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El anarquismo durante la Guerra Civil. Algunas reflexiones historiográficas

Giovanni C. Cattini and Carles Santacana
Ayer
No. 45, El anarquismo español (2002), pp. 197-219
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41324844
Page Count: 23
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El anarquismo durante la Guerra Civil. Algunas reflexiones historiográficas
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Abstract

La historiografía sobre la Guerra Civil se ha visto muy influenciada por el peso que este hecho histórico ha tenido en la conformación de los discursos políticos posteriores. En este sentido, el artículo intenta plantear, en primer lugar, el influjo que tuvieron en la historiografía sobre el anarquismo durante la Guerra las polémicas entre comunistas y anarquistas. Es lo que denominamos viejos prejuicios, que favorecieron unas interpretaciones tremendamente ideologizadas. Posteriormente, se pone el acento en los avances historiográficos logrados en las décadas de 1980 y 1990, que permiten conocer mejor el alcance de la revolución, así como el papel de la propaganda y las formas de organización del movimiento anarquista. Finalmente, se llama la atención sobre la problemática del estudio de la violencia política, que algunas interpretaciones quieren vincular expresamente al anarquismo, en una muestra de lo que son nuevos prejuicios que desde la actualidad viven incómodamente el estudio de las propuestas alternativas y revolucionarias. The historiography about the Spanish Civil War has been profoundly affected by the influence that this historical fact has had over the subsequent political discourses. Following this reasoning, this paper reflects in the first place upon how the controversy between Comunists and Anarchists has influenced the historiography about the Anarchist movement during the Civil War. This kind of historical reasoning —called «old preconception»—has favoured the emergence of strongly ideologized interpretations. Secondly, the emphasis is placed on the historiographical progress that took placed during the 1980's and 1990's and allowed a better knowledge of the revolution extent, as well as of the role played by the propaganda and the diverse platforms of organization in the Anarchist movement. Finally, the paper points at the issue of political violence, that some interpretations try to represent as directly tied to the Anarchism. This is seen as an example of the «new preconceptions», that nowadays witness with discomfort the emergence of new and revolutionary historical studies.

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