History popularised and Tweeted: Emotions and Social Representations around the Conquest of Navarre in 1512
Mugueta Moreno, Íñigo
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This study analyses the social representations and uses of the Conquest of Navarre in 1512 by the troops of Castile. Starting from an analysis of the feelings that David Lowenthal thinks history arouses, the interpretations of it by non-university authors linked to the Basque nationalist groups, Nabarralde and Nafarroa Bizirik will be analysed. The repercussions of these interpretations in the society of Navarre will also be evaluated through a series of cultural manifestations. Some of the most important are those on social networks such as Twitter, where the theories of some of these authors have achieved a large following.
Is part ofImago temporis: medium Aevum, 2018, núm. 12, p. 57-90
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