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Michael Richards

Associate Professor in Contemporary European History


Prólogo (2016)
Book Chapter
Richards, M. (2016). Prólogo. In I. Fernandez de Mata (Ed.), Lloros vueltos puños: El conflicto de los “desaparecidos” y vencidos de la guerra civil española, vi-xii. Comares

Summary of current debates about civil war and memory in Spain

Paul Preston, The Spanish holocaust: inquisition and extermination in twentieth-century Spain (London: Harper Collins, 2012) (2014)
Journal Article
Graham, H., Labanyi, J., Marco, J., Preston, P., & Richards, M. (2014). Paul Preston, The Spanish holocaust: inquisition and extermination in twentieth-century Spain (London: Harper Collins, 2012). Journal of Genocide Research, 16(1), 139-168. https://doi.org/10.1080/14623528.2014.878120

Part of Forum responding to publication of Professor Paul Preston's The Spanish Holocaust

Recordando la guerra de España: Violencia, cambio social e identidad colectiva desde 1936 (2014)
Book Chapter
Richards, M. (2014). Recordando la guerra de España: Violencia, cambio social e identidad colectiva desde 1936. In P. Anderson, & M. D. Arco Blanco (Eds.), Lidiando con el pasado: Represión y memoria de la guerra civil y el franquismo, 217-232. Editorial Comares

Study of post-civil war memory in Spain and changes in society and collective identity

After the civil war: Making memory and re-making Spain since 1936 (2013)
Book
Richards, M. (2013). After the civil war: Making memory and re-making Spain since 1936. Cambridge University Press

The Spanish Civil War was fought not only on the streets and battlefields from 1936 to 1939 but also through memory and trauma in the decades that followed. This fascinating book reassesses the eras of war, dictatorship and transition to democracy in... Read More about After the civil war: Making memory and re-making Spain since 1936.

Antonio Vallejo Nágera: Heritage, psychiatry and war (2012)
Book Chapter
Richards, M. (2012). Antonio Vallejo Nágera: Heritage, psychiatry and war. In M. Á. D. Arco Blanco, & A. Quiroga Fernández (Eds.), Right-Wing Spain in the Civil War Era: Soldiers of God and Apostles of the Fatherland, 1914-1945, 195-224. Continuum