Against populisms and clichés

We are witnessing historiographical times as unpredictable as they are strange. The impact of globalization has undoubtedly transformed national historiographies. In many cases, history is used as an alibi by populists, cheaters and propagandists. The confusion is of such caliber that a part of the generation of veteran and experienced historians, to which the author of this book belongs, now republishes “youth” books and, that is the amazing thing, they tell the same thing as fifty years ago, Which gives a measure of how bored they must have been. They maintain the same fake and black legendary version of the history of Spain that you can imagine. For them, Spain is intolerant, non-existent, Catholic and lately “plurinational”, which could have saved us … See More.

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