Bibliography Spanish

Spain

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Martha A. Ackelsberg. Free Women of Spain: Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women. Indiana University Press. . 250pp.

Charles W. Anderson. The Political Economy of Modern Spain: Policy-Making in an Authoritarian System. University of Wisconsin Press. . 282pp.

Theo Aronson. Royal Vendetta: The Crown of Spain, 1829-1965. Bobbs-Merrill. . 246pp.

William C. Atkinson. A History of Spain & Portugal. Penguin Books. . 382pp.

Eric N. Baklanoff. The Economic Transformation of Spain and Portugal. Praeger. . 211pp.

Sebastian Balfour; Paul Preston (editors). Spain and the Great Powers in the Twentieth Century. Routledge. . 274pp.

Sebastian Balfour (editor). The Politics of Contemporary Spain. Routledge. . 239pp.

David S. Bell (editor). Democratic Politics in Spain: Spanish Politics After Franco. London: Frances Pinter. . 203pp.

Martin Blinkhorn. Carlism and Crisis in Spain, 1931-1939. Cambridge University Press. . 394pp.

Luis A. Bol�n. Spain: The Vital Years. J. B. Lippincott. . 396pp.

Rodrigo Botero. Ambivalent Embrace: America's Troubled Relations with Spain from the Revolutionary War to the Cold War. Greenwood Publishing Group. . 176pp.

Carolyn P. Boyd. Historia Patria: Politics, History, and National Identity in Spain, 1875-1975. Princeton University Press. . 358pp.

Raymond Carr. Spain: A History. Oxford University Press. . 335pp.

Bohdan Chudoba. Spain and the Empire, 1519-1643. University of Chicago Press. . 299pp.

Roger Collins. Spain: An Oxford Archaeological Guide. Oxford University Press. . 328pp.

Robert G. Colodny. Spain: The Glory and the Tragedy. New York: Humanities Press. . 96pp.

James W. Cortada (editor). Spain in the Twentieth-Century World: Essays on Spanish Diplomacy, 1898-1978. Greenwood Press. . 294pp.

John A. Crow. Spain: The Root and the Flower: A History of the Civilization of Spain and of the Spanish People. Harper & Row. . 475pp.

Tomasa Cuevas. Translated by Mary E. Giles. Prison of Women: Testimonies of War and Resistance in Spain, 1939-1975. SUNY Press. . 247pp. Women incarcerated as a result of the Spanish Civil War.

R. Trevor Davies. The Golden Century of Spain, 1501-1621. Macmillan. . 327pp.

Samuel D. Eaton. The Forces of Freedom in Spain, 1974-1979: A Personal Account. Hoover Press. . 169pp.

John Huxtable Elliott. Imperial Spain, 1469-1716. New American Library. . 406pp.

J. A. Fern�ndez-Santamar�a. The State, War and Peace: Spanish Political Thought in the Renaissance, 1516-1559. Cambridge University Press. . 316pp.

Carlos Fuentes. The Buried Mirror: Reflections on Spain and the New World. Houghton Mifflin. . 399pp.

Max Gallo. Spain Under Franco: A History. E. P. Dutton. . 390pp.

Jane S. Gerber. The Jews of Spain: A History of the Sephardic Experience. Free Press. . 333pp.

Richard Gillespie; Fernando Rodrigo; Jonathan Story (editors). Democratic Spain: Reshaping External Relations in a Changing World. Routledge. . 227pp.

David Gilmour. The Transformation of Spain: From Franco to the Constitutional Monarchy. Quartet Books. . 322pp.

Jan Glete. War and the State in Early Modern Europe: Spain, the Dutch Republic and Sweden as Fiscal-Military States, 1500-1660. Routledge. . 277pp.

Michael Glover. Legacy of Glory: The Bonaparte Kingdom of Spain, 1808-1813. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. . 353pp.

Joseph Harrison. An Economic History of Modern Spain. Holmes & Meier. . 187pp.

Richard Herr. The Eighteenth-Century Revolution in Spain. Princeton University Press. . 484pp.

Paul Heywood. The Government and Politics of Spain. Macmillan. . 331pp.

Paul Heywood (editor). Politics and Policy in Democratic Spain: No Longer Different?. Routledge. . 239pp.

J. N. Hillgarth. The Mirror of Spain, 1500-1700: The Formation of a Myth. University of Michigan Press. . 584pp. Spain viewed by outsiders.

Edgar Holt. The Carlist Wars in Spain. Dufour Editions. . 303pp.

John David Hughey. Religious Freedom in Spain: Its Ebb and Flow. Books for Libraries Press. . 211pp.

Carmen Irizarry. The Thirty Thousand; Modern Spain and Protestantism. Harcourt, Brace & World. . 399pp.

Jos� Alvarez Junco. The Emergence of Mass Politics in Spain: Populist Demagoguery and Republican Culture, 1890-1910. Sussex Academic Press. . 213pp.

Henry Kamen. Empire: How Spain Became a World Power, 1492-1763. HarperCollins. . 608pp.

Henry Kamen. Spain in the Later Seventeenth Century, 1665-1700. Longman. . 418pp.

Henry Kamen. The War of Succession in Spain, 1700-15. Weidenfeld & Nicolson. . 436pp.

Robert W. Kern. Liberals, Reformers, and Caciques in Restoration Spain, 1875-1909. University of New Mexico Press. . 153pp.

Marsha Kinder (editor). Refiguring Spain: Cinema, Media, Representation. Duke University Press. . 370pp.

Chaim U. Lipschitz. Franco, Spain, the Jews, and the Holocaust. Ktav Publishing House. . 237pp.

Alan Lloyd. The Spanish Centuries: A Narrative History of Spain from Ferdinand and Isabella to Franco. Garden City, NY: Doubleday. . 395pp.

Paul MacKendrick. The Iberian Stones Speak: Archaeology in Spain and Portugal. Funk & Wagnalls. . 238pp.

Salvador de Madariaga. The Fall of the Spanish American Empire. New York: Macmillan. . 443pp.

Kenneth Maxwell; Steven Spiegel. The New Spain: From Isolation to Influence. Council on Foreign Relations. . 126pp.

Lyle N. McAlister. Spain and Portugal in the New World, 1492-1700. University of Minnesota Press. . 585pp.

Grant S. McClellan. Spain and Portugal: Democratic Beginnings. H. W. Wilson. . 228pp.

I. L. McClelland. Ideological Hesitancy in Spain, 1700-1750. Liverpool University Press. . 152pp.

Luis Moreno. The Federalization of Spain. Taylor & Francis. . 182pp.

Antonio Dom�nguez Ortiz. The Golden Age of Spain, 1516-1659. Basic Books. . 361pp.

Julia L. Ortiz-Griffin; William D. Griffin. Spain and Portugal Today. Peter Lang. . 242pp.

Stanley G. Payne. A History of Spain and Portugal. University of Wisconsin Press. . (2 vols.) 718pp.

Stanley G. Payne. Franco and Hitler: Spain, Germany, and World War II. Yale University Press. . 328pp.

Stanley G. Payne. Spain: A Unique History. University of Wisconsin Press. . 304pp.

Paul Preston. Spain in Crisis: The Evolution and Decline of the Franco R�gime. Barnes & Noble. . 341pp.

Dante Anthony Puzzo. Spain and the Great Powers, 1936-1941. Columbia University Press. . 296pp.

John Fraser Ramsey. Spain: The Rise of the First World Power. University of Alabama Press. . 341pp.

Sebastian Royo; Paul Christopher Manuel (editors). Spain and Portugal in the European Union: The First Fifteen Years. Routledge. . 338pp.

Edward Dwight Salmon. Imperial Spain: The Rise of the Empire and the Dawn of Modern Sea-Power. New York: Henry Holt and Company. . 154pp.

H. N. Savory. Spain and Portugal: The Prehistory of the Iberian Peninsula. Praeger. . 324pp.

Henry F. Schulte. The Spanish Press, 1470-1966: Print, Power, and Politics. University of Illinois Press. . 280pp.

Henry Dwight Sedgwick. Spain: A Short History of Its Politics, Literature, and Art from Earliest Times to the Present. Boston: Little, Brown. . 400pp.

Sacheverell Sitwell. Spain. B. T. Batsford. . 148pp.

Fernando Le�n Sol�s. Negotiating Spain and Catalonia: Competing Narratives of National Identity. Intellect Books. . 155pp.

Christopher Storrs. The Resilience of the Spanish Monarchy, 1665-1700. Oxford University Press. . 271pp.

M�nica Threlfall; Christine Cousins; Celia Valiente. Gendering Spanish Democracy. Routledge. . 239pp.

J. B. Trend. The Origins of Modern Spain. New York: Russell & Russell. . 220pp.

Pierre Vilar. Spain: A Brief History. Pergamon Press. . 140pp.

Benjamin Welles. Spain: The Gentle Anarchy. Praeger. . 386pp.

Arthur P. Whitaker. Spain and Defense of the West: Ally and Liability. Harper. . 408pp. For the Council on Foreign Relations

Howard J. Wiarda; Margaret MacLeish Mott. Catholic Roots and Democratic Flowers: Political Systems in Spain and Portugal. Greenwood Publishing Group. . 215pp.


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TitleBibliografía Española (The Spanish Bibliography)
Web site addresshttp://www.bne.es/en/Servicios/BibliografiaEspanola/
Start dateBegan 1959
Period coveredPrinted: 1958-2006
CD-ROM: 1976-2007
On-line: 2007 to date
Current sizeOn line database: 206,250
CD-ROM: 1,222,500
Media coveredMonographs, serials, cartography and printed music (electronic and printed)
General selection criteriaIncludes Spanish publishing output received by the National Library of Spain under the Legal Deposit Act
Selection criteria for digital resourcesThe coverage of the Spanish Bibliography includes direct access electronic resource received under Legal Deposit but not on-line resource. Including on line resource is in progress
Exclusions policies appliedThe Spanish Bibliography excludes school books for children and primary school and minor publications
Primary organisation responsible for national bibliographic controlThe National Library of Spain is responsible for the national bibliographic control, it is the national bibliographic agency (NBA)
Web site address of national bibliographic agencyhttp://www.bne.es/es/LaBNE/http://www.bne.es/es/Servicios/
Co-operative structures orrelationships supporting the production of the national bibliography There is no a co-operative structure for national bibliography
Single integrated or multiple categorised bibliographiesThe Spanish Bibliography is a single publication with different types of materials organized in separate files
Sources of bibliographic metadata used to produce national bibliographyThe source to produce NB is data created in-house: bibliographic records of the National Library of Spain (NLS)
Relationship to national legal deposit legislation or voluntary deposit arrangementsMaterial included in the Spanish Bibliography is received by the National Library of Spain under Legal Deposit law. Printers are obliged by law to send copies of all new printed publications
Relationship to national Cataloguing in Publication (CIP) programmeThere is no CIP programme in the National Library of Spain
No pre publication records
Media & format options The Spanish Bibliography is available in the following formats:
* Printed 1958-2006 replaced by PDF version 2007- to date
* CD-ROM 1976-2007
* MARC exchange file
Access options to national bibliographic metadataWeb catalogue and Spanish Bibliography on line, Z39.50
Metadata enhancements offered via online servicesTable of contents and book jackets, project with some universities is now beginning to develop
Web 2.0 services offered -
Frequency of service updatesThe Spanish Bibliography on line updates: Monographs(monthly), Serials (quarterly), Printed music (annually) and Cartography (biannually)
Target audiences for servicesLibrarian professionals in general, scientific researches, members of the public and book trade
Uses made ofservices offered Acquisition/selection, derived cataloguing and regional and thematic bibliographies
Pricing policy for national bibliographic servicesSpanish Bibliography on line operate on a free basis
Availability of metadata for re-useSpanish Bibliography metadata is released for free into the public domain without restriction (except for profit business)
Metadata formats MARC21
Cataloguing codeReglas de Catalogación (RdC) Spanish cataloguing rules, ICP
Levels of description offeredISBD, RdC Level 2
Subject standardsUDC, Encabezamientos de Materia de la Biblioteca Nacional de España (EMBNE)
Name authority standardsRdC / GARR
Is NBA affiliated to IFLA SC?Yes
Date information submittedFebruary 2010
Information supplied byFrancisca Movilla López
Chief of Spanish Bibliography Sectión
National Libray of Spain

Bibliography, national bibliographies

Last update: 5 October 2012

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