Spanish Studies : An Introduction

Spanish Studies : An Introduction

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Acknowledgements xii
List of illustrations xiii
Introduction: What Does It Mean to Be Spanish? 1 (2)
Hispanic v. European Identity: Where is Spain? 3 (25)
Introduction: between Europe and Latin 3 (2)
America
Language and community: Spain and the New 5 (4)
World
Hispanic nations: democracy and development 9 (3)
Spain and European culture 12 (5)
Franco-Cantabrian art 13 (1)
Spain's Roman heritage 14 (1)
Al-Andalus 15 (2)
Europeanism and Ortega y Gasset 17 (4)
Integration into Europe 21 (7)
Feature: Borges, a universal Latin 23 (1)
American?
Readings: Julian Marias, `Raza' and 24 (3)
Vicente Verdu, `Europa, Patria querida'
Further reading 27 (1)
Spanishness: How Spanish are the Spaniards? 28 (21)
Introduction: Spain and `nation-ness' 28 (2)
Spain the nation 30 (6)
Lo espanol: describing `Spanishness' 36 (4)
A modern democratic state 40 (9)
Feature: 1992, el ano de las maravillas 44 (1)
Reading: Amando de Miguel, `Espana, una 45 (2)
sociedad vital y desmoralizada'
Further reading 47 (2)
Place: Y tu, de que tierra eres? 49 (15)
Introduction: You are where you are 49 (3)
Spanish subnationalism 52 (3)
A sense of place 55 (9)
The plaza 55 (1)
The beach 56 (1)
The patio 57 (1)
The local shop 58 (1)
The garden 59 (1)
Feature: Changing places---emigration and 60 (1)
immigration
Reading: Xavier Rubert de Ventos, `Madrid 61 (2)
and Barcelona'
Further reading 63 (1)
Language: How do Spaniards Speak? 64 (21)
Introduction: language and identity 64 (1)
The story of Spanish 65 (9)
Multilingual Spain 69 (1)
Basque 70 (1)
Catalan 71 (3)
Galician 74 (11)
Communicative contrasts: Spanish and 75 (1)
English
Courtesy, politeness and cordiality 76 (2)
Argumentation 78 (1)
Non-verbal communication: body posture 78 (2)
and gesture
Feature: Spatial expression in Spanish 80 (1)
and English
Reading: Jose Antonio Marina, `La 81 (3)
comicidad'
Further reading 84 (1)
Icons and Archetypes: Who are their Heroes? 85 (22)
Introduction: iconic human figures 85 (3)
`Yo pienso, y es asi verdad ...': Don 88 (4)
Quixote de la Mancha
Other classic Spanish figures 92 (15)
El Cid---hero and myth 92 (2)
Celestina---tragicomic anti-heroine 94 (2)
Teresa of Avila---la santa de la raza 96 (3)
Don Juan---archetypal seducer of women? 99 (2)
Feature: Christopher Columbus---more 101 (1)
famous than Jesus Christ?
Reading: Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote 102 (4)
de la Mancha
Further reading 106 (1)
Love: How do they Love? 107 (24)
Introduction: love, sex and gender 107 (2)
`El amor verdadero lo puedo todo' 109 (6)
The poetry of love 115 (6)
Gender issues in Spain 121 (10)
Use of place and space 124 (1)
Women in church and school 125 (1)
Domestic chores 126 (1)
Feature: Flamenco dance 126 (1)
Reading: Manuel Vicent, `Una historia de 127 (3)
amor'
Further Reading 130 (1)
Money: Food and Shelter, Wealth and Power 131 (21)
Money, goods and meanings 131 (2)
The Spanish economy 133 (3)
Money and the Spaniard 136 (4)
Traditional Castilian attitudes to work 137 (1)
and money
`La cultura del pelotazo' 138 (2)
`Getting on': the picaresque novel 140 (4)
Lazarillo de Tormes
Money and power: business culture and 144 (8)
political culture
Cultural differences in organizations: 144 (2)
the Hofstede survey
Political corruption and cultural 146 (2)
difference
Feature: Tourism in Spain 148 (1)
Reading: Miguel Delibes, Los santos 148 (3)
inocentes
Further reading 151 (1)
Home and School: Learning to Be a Spaniard 152 (17)
Introduction: the formative influence of 152 (2)
home and school
The family in Spain 154 (3)
Modern Spanish education 157 (3)
Education as universalization: el valor de 160 (9)
educar
Feature: Youth culture 164 (1)
Reading: Josefina R. Aldecoa, Historia de 165 (3)
una maestra
Further reading 168 (1)
Faith: What do Spaniards Believe? 169 (18)
Introduction: religion and ideology 169 (1)
The Spanish Church and the emergence of 170 (3)
orthodoxy
The Church in the modern age 173 (3)
Popular manifestations of faith? Andalusian 176 (4)
fiestas and romerias
`Mi religion es luchar con Dios': faith, in 180 (7)
Miguel de Unamuno
Feature: Maimonides---a guide for the 183 (1)
perplexed?
Reading: Rosa Montero, `El mas aca' 184 (1)
Further reading 185 (2)
Death: ... acercandonos al hoyo ... 187 (28)
Death, culture and society 187 (1)
Bullfighting 188 (4)
Death and honour in Golden Age drama 192 (3)
Un million de muertos: the Spanish Civil War 195 (5)
Literary perspectives on human mortality 200 (15)
Manrique and Lorca: two versions of death 200 (6)
Approaching the end 206 (5)
Feature: Picasso's `Guernica' 211 (1)
Reading: Camilo Jose Cela, La familia de 212 (2)
Pascual Duarte
Further reading 214 (1)
Bibliography 215 (6)
Index 221