The Franco regime used science and the arts to break its isolation and project itself abroad. This diplomatic aspect also had an internal derivative, since it allowed it to modernize both areas based on this given legacy, contemporary situations, and regional particularities, both at an artistic and cultural level, as well as economic and energy. To talk about it, we have invited two renowned specialists who will present their latest research to us.
“Spanish art as an ambassador of Francoism” by Genoveva Tusell García (UNED)
“Invisible borders: the regionalization of the electricity market in Spain 1940s-1990s” by María del Mar Rubio Varas (Universidad Pública de Navarra)