The Myth of Homogeneity Moves to Madrid

Complutense University will host the project from 15 February 2022 thanks to a Marie Curie grant from from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

In summer 2021 the EU-funded Una4Career programme granted funding to Emmanuel to continue the project at the Department of Political History, Theory and Geography of Complutense University in Madrid. The grant will mostly be devoted to finalising the outcomes of the projects, notably the drafting of a monograph on majority-minority relations in interwar Western Europe, along with the finalisation of some articles.

Emmanuel will also be affiliated with the research group Elites, Identities and Political Processes in the History of the 20th Century and will collaborate with the research project Global Spain: Spanish Identities in Transnational Perspective, directed by Javier Moreno Luzón, Alejandro Quiroga (both at Complutense University), and Xosé-Manoel Núñez-Seixas (from the University of Santiago de Compostela).

Emmanuel will benefit from the broad and in-depth expertise in Spanish, European and transnational history of the members of the Department, as well as from the many relevant archives held in Madrid. In 2023, he will also spend three months at the Centre for Political History of the University of Antwerp, where he will collaborate with Maarten van Ginderachter and other researchers on the Flemish part of the project. He will of course also take advantage of being in Belgium to consult archives in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent.

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