The establishment of regime of the Second Republic In 1931, on the 90th anniversary of the change that it brought about in the History of Spain, he six lectures of the XXI edition of the Contemporary Political History Course who organize, from April 14 to 16, the León y Castillo de Telde House-Museum and the Faculty of Geography and History from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, with the collaboration of the Juan Negrín Foundation.
The course, with free entrance prior registration, will analyze the processes that generated the change of political regime, from the Monarchy to the Republic, and also the social and economic situation in the early 1930s. The political transformations that began in 1931 will have a decisive impact on the Contemporary History of Spain, marking the lives of different generations. Furthermore, it constitutes a period of extraordinary relevance in the international context of the first half of the 20th century.
The program of the course promoted by the museum dependent on the Council of Culture of the Cabildo Gran Canaria will also analyze the political forces present in the initial moments of the Republic, the new political framework introduced by the Republican Constitution, the transformations and the new rights of women from those dates, in addition to the international context and Spanish foreign policy at that stage.
During the three days of this initiative, the professors of the ULPGC Daniel Castillo, María Luisa Monteiro Quintana, Candelaria González Rodríguez, Francisco Quintana Navarro and Juan Fernando López Aguilar, in addition to the director of the course, the Professor of Contemporary History. Jose Miguel Perez Garcia
The conferences will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at the León y Castillo de Telde House-Museum on April 14 and 15, and at the headquarters of the Juan Negrín Foundation, on April 16.
April 14, León House Museum and Telde Castle
18.00 hours. Why was the Second Spanish Republic established?, by the professor of Contemporary History and director of this course, José Miguel Pérez García.
19.00 hours. 1931. Spain and the great depression. Economic and social structure, given by the doctor in History of Economic Institutions, Daniel Castillo.
April 15, León House Museum and Telde Castle
18.00 hours. Political parties in 1931, by the doctor of Contemporary History, María Luisa Monteiro Quintana.
19.00 hours. 1931. The arrival of the Second Republic and the conquest of rights for women, by the collaborating professor Candelaria González Rodríguez.
April 16, Juan Negrín Foundation, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
18.00 hours. The Second Republic on the international scene 1931-1936, by the professor of Contemporary History Francisco Quintana Navarro.
19.00 hours. The political framework: the 1931 Constitution, by the professor of Constitutional Law Juan Fernando López Aguilar.