Readings

In this section, those interested can find useful readings about Atlantic Empires’ and other topics related with this issue.

Benton, lauren-ACQUIRING EMPIRE BY LAW

Botella, Eva-DEBATING EMPIRES, INVENTING EMPIRES

Fernández Sarasola, Ignacio-LA CONSTITUCIÓN DE 1812

Fernández Sebastián, Javier-EL CONCEPTO DE INDEPENDENCIA

Fuentes Juan Francisco-NACIÓN, SOBERANÍA Y TERRITORIO

Portillo Valdés-CONSTITUCIONALISMO ANTES DE LA CONSTITUCIÓN

Portillo Valdés-CRISIS E INDEPENDENCIAS

Zantedeschi, Franchesca-LINGUA E NAZIONE IN EUROPA

Zantedeschi, Franchesca-NAZIONI E NAZIONALISMO IN EUROPA

About atlanticempires

ATLANTIC EMPIRES (Æ) is the short name of a group of advanced research in Modern History hosted and financed by Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard University (RCC). The complete name of the group is From Empire to Nation: The Making of Modern Nations in the Crisis of the Atlantic Empires (17th-20th Centuries), which constitutes also the field of its research. The group will be working at Real Colegio Complutense from July 1 thru August 31, 2010. Throughout this period, Æ will develop its research project and present its first findings and results in a set of seminars and panels, some of them with the contribution of other specialists and groups of research. Also, Æ will host three extraordinary conferences at RCC, given by Prof. J. Varela Ortega (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and Fundación Ortega y Gasset, Madrid), Prof. David Armitage (Harvard University), and Prof. Stanley Payne (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Æ benefits from the financial support of Banco Santander. Æ is composed by eleven researchers: Juan Francisco Fuentes (director), Eva Botella (coordinator), Octavio Ruiz-Manjón, Josep Maria Fradera, Javier Fernández Sebastián, José Antonio Sánchez Román, María Antonia Fernández, Margarita Márquez, Antonio Terrasa, Florentino Rodao and Regina Martínez (grant holder and responsible of the blog).
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