The Archives of Democracy, on the occasion of the 80 th anniversary of the Second Republic, is organizing a lecture series that aims to collect some of the main lessons that took place in Alicante during the period of the Second Republic, a dynamic city with an extensive root republicanism.
Monday April 4, 2011
ALICANTE CITY LIFE OF THE REPUBLIC II. Juan Martínez Leal, Doctor in History and professor of secondary education.
Tuesday April 5, 2011
PRESENCE AND PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN. Cases Adriana Sola, BA in History.
Wednesday April 6, 2011
EDUCATION REFORM. Monica Moreno, Doctor in History and Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Alicante.
Thursday April 7, 2011
CLOSING. Speakers: Josefina Bueno, Vice-Chancellor of University Extension of the AU., Josep Beviá Pastor, Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Archives of Democracy, Francisco Moreno, Doctor in History and Lucas Carbonell, representing the family of Lorenzo Carbonell, first mayor Alicante of the Second Republic.
The sessions will take place at 20:15 h. Attendance is free to fill your room, the pre-registered have priority.
Registered students attend 80% of the sessions may request proof of attendance of the coordinator of the cycle.
Josep Pastor Beviá
Alicante Town University Venue and Archives of Democracy.