La nación viril. Imágenes masculinas de España en el africanismo reaccionario después de la derrota de Annual (1921-1927).

TitleLa nación viril. Imágenes masculinas de España en el africanismo reaccionario después de la derrota de Annual (1921-1927).
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsDelgado, Gemma Torres
JournalAyer: Revista de Historia Contemporánea
Volume106
Issue2
Pagination133 - 158
Date Published04/2017
Abstract

This article analyses Spanish colonial discourse about Morocco, concentrating on the Rif wars. The most reactionary sectors of the Army of Africa conceived this colonial project as one of national regeneration - one that would recover the inherent imperial nature of Spain. We analyze how the discourse generated by this nationalist project was based upon the recovery of an alleged national virility and how the nation was represented through male images. By focusing on masculinity, the article analyses how gender has been used to imagine the nation. (English) [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Translated TitleThe Virile Nation: Masculine Images of Spain in the Reactionary Africanism After the Defeat of Annual (1921-1927)
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