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Women and ETAThe Gender Politics of Radical Basque Nationalism$
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Carrie Hamilton

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780719075452

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719075452.001.0001

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Nationalism goes public

Nationalism goes public

(p.62) 3 Nationalism goes public
Women and ETA

Carrie Hamilton

Manchester University Press

This chapter examines the ways in which Euskadi ta Askatasuna (ETA) emerged into open conflict with the Spanish state at the end of that decade. It argues that nationalist movements are constructed in part through public performance and spectacle, and that a striking feature of nationalist public performance was the way in which it mirrored the gendered performances and discourse of the Franco state. The interviews with women active in Basque nationalist politics in the 1960s highlight the contrast between the public rituals of Francoism and the opposing political culture of family and local community.

Keywords:   ETA, Spanish state, nationalist movements, public performance, gendered performances, Franco state, public rituals, Francoism, political culture

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