Ivorypress provided the venue for a dialogue about the books, which offer in Spanish and English a selection of texts first published in the newspaper ‘El País.’
The collection of texts is illustrated with over 2,500 images, and 2,000 protagonists of the years straddling two centuries parade through them.
Invalidating the idea that the times we are living are unconducive to criticism, and heralding the discipline’s future, Luis Fernández-Galiano has published Alexandrine Years. The two-volume bilingual book compiles a good part of the weekly pages tha
El conocimiento en estos días de un contrato secreto de la Operación Chamartín, en el que se establecen las condiciones de la venta de 1.200 millones de metros cuadrados públicos titularidad de ADIF, a una entidad privada constituida por el BBVA y el
The autumn of the West could be dusk or dawn. The depth of the crisis has bred an atmosphere of melancholic resignation, but the resulting austerity bears a promise of emotional rebirth. With everyone now an expert in the ‘dismal science,’ economic i
A specter haunts the world: the rebellion of the middle classes. In the latest episode, the cities of Brazil and Turkey have been the scene of an uprising against political and economic elites by young people summoned through social networks and prov
We cry out for transparency while clamoring for privacy. The blurred lines between public and private, however, make it hard to address these opposed demands. On the one hand, political conflict has invaded the personal lives of elected and appointed
For nationalisms, history can be either vitamin or vaccine: vitamin when a mythical past is made up to exalt the excellence of a people, vaccine when the flimsy consistency of these tales is placed under examination. Although we thought that national