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Chris Ealham

Chris Ealham
(Chris Ealham) Charla “Los mitos de la II República” de Chris Ealham.jpg
Born1965 Edit this on Wikidata (age 55)
Kent Edit this on Wikidata

Chris Ealham (born 1965) is a British historian and hispanist. He is specialised in the history of anarchism in Spain.

Biography

Born in Kent (England) in 1965.[1][2] He earned a PhD in 1995 from Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, reading a dissertation titled Policing the Recession: Unemployment, Social Protest and Law-and-Order in Republican Barcelona, 1930-1936, supervised by Paul Preston.[3][4]

A former lecturer at Cardiff University and Lancaster University, Ealham, based in Madrid, works as lecturer at Saint Louis University Madrid Campus.[5] A partaker in the often acrimonious debate on Spanish civil war historiography, Ealham argues populist historians have set in motion a pro-Franco revisionism in Civil War studies.[6]

Works

Author
  • — (2005). La lucha por Barcelona. Clase, cultura y conflicto, 1898-1937. Madrid: Alianza Editorial.[7]
  • — (2010). Anarchism and the city: Revolution and counter-revolution in Barcelona, 1898-1937. Oakland: AK Press.[8]
  • — (2015). Living Anarchism: José Peirats and the Spanish Anarcho-Syndicalist Movement. Oakland: AK Press.
  • — (2015). Vivir la anarquía, vivir la utopía. José Peirats y la historia del anarcosindicalismo español. Madrid: Alianza Editorial.[9][10]
Editor
  • Ealham, Chris; Richards, Michael, eds. (2005). The Splintering of Spain: Cultural History and the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939. New York: Cambridge University Press.[11]

References

Citations
  1. ^ Miguel Capell 2016, p. 12.
  2. ^ Martínez 2016.
  3. ^ Gorostiza 2012, p. 327.
  4. ^ Romero Salvadó 2014, p. 453.
  5. ^ Vadillo Muñoz 2017, p. 540.
  6. ^ Burrowes 2016, p. 6.
  7. ^ Rey Reguillo 2007, p. 264–270.
  8. ^ Gorostiza 2012, pp. 327–329.
  9. ^ Freán Hernández 2016.
  10. ^ Vadillo Muñoz 2017, pp. 539–541.
  11. ^ Greene 2006, p. 93–94.
Bibliography