Jan 25, 2018
Scientific Journals under Franco. Legitimated Scientific Knowledge and Its Places and Actors
- 14:00 to 15:30
- Dept. III
- Fernando García Naharro
Fernando García Naharro (Madrid, 1985) is a Postdoctoral researcher in the Romanisches Seminar (Institut für Sprache, Literatur und Medien, Europa-Universität Flensburg). With a training in Anthropology and Contemporary History, his main research interests include history of the book and media, history of publishing, science and technology studies and semiotics. He has done several research internships in UK (University of Leeds), USA (University of California Davis) and Catalonia (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona). His dissertation, entitled The role of science. Scientific and technical literature under Franco (1939-1966), was a history of science and technology publishing in Spain, with a special emphasis on the collective production of the scientific publications. With information taken from publishing houses ́records and the publishing programmes of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) he intended to provide new information for understanding the history of the conditions and habits that governed the production and reception of scientific publications in a dictatorial context.
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