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Symposium to Highlight Memory and History of Spanish Civil War

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Students enrolled in a new history class at Cal State Fullerton will present a Monday, April 9, symposium on the memory and history of the 1936-39 Spanish Civil War. Titled “The Good Fight,” the free, public event takes place in Room 360 of the Pollak Library and features the following program:

4-5 p.m. — Student digital exhibition commemorating the 80th anniversary of the XV Abraham Lincoln Brigade

5-7 p.m. — “History, Memory and the Spanish Civil War: Digital Possibilities”

  • “A Virtual Museum of the Spanish Civil War” presented by Adrian Shubert, York University
  • “Visualizing Polyphonic Histories in the Iberian Peninsula: Rituals of Recognition and Mass Grave Exhumations” presented by Wendy Perla Kurtz, UCLA
  • “Public History and the Spanish Civil War: Islands of Memory” presented by Antonio Cazorla Sánchez, Trent University

For more information, contact Aitana Guia, assistant professor of history, at 657-278-7035 or