A childhood under the bombs

Cycle of dialogues

  • The exhibition “A childhood under the bombs” is an attempt to explain, through the artistic expressions of children, what meant the bombing of the civilian population during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939 war). How can wars still take place in other places? Have we learned anything about our history? Do we know what really happened?
  • This cycle gathers national and international experts to reflect on these and other issues throughout different sessions in the form of dialogues.

 

30.01.19
«Children, the refugee and the displaced population»
Dialogue with Jesús J. Alonso Carballés (University of Limoges) and Alicia Alted (UNED).
Chair: Jordi Guixé (curator of the cycle).

6.02.19
«How the bombing experience is expressed»
Dialogue with Núria Padrós (University of Vic) and Mireia Capdevila (Historical Archive of the Carles Pi i Sunyer Foundation).
Chair: Francesc Vilanova i Vila-Abadal (UAB / Archive Carles Pi i Sunyer).

13.02.19
«Bombed cities and their reconstruction»
Dialogue with Olivia Muñoz Rojas (independent researcher) and Jordi Guixé (EUROM).

20.02.19
«The politics of fear»
Dialogue with Javier Rodrigo (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
and Ramon Arnabat (Rovira i Virgili University).
Chair: Jordi Guixé (curator of the cycle).

27.02.19
«Responsibility and impunity»
Dialogue with Anaïs Franquesa (Iridia, Center for the Defense of Human Rights) and David Bondia (Institute for Human Rights of Catalonia).
Chair: Francesc Vilanova i Vila-Abadal (UAB / Archive Carles Pi i Sunyer).

6.03.19
«Resilience»
Dialogue with Jorge Barudy (Centro EXIL) and Montserrat Iniesta (El Born CCM).
Chair: Francesc Vilanova i Vila-Abadal (UAB / Archive Carles Pi i Sunyer).


By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close