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Iberian ModalitiesA Relational Approach to the Study of Culture in the Iberian Peninsula$
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Joan Ramon Resina

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9781846318337

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781846318337.001.0001

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Iberia Reborn: Portugal through the Lens of Catalan and Galician Nationalism (1850–1950)

Iberia Reborn: Portugal through the Lens of Catalan and Galician Nationalism (1850–1950)

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(p.83) Chapter Five Iberia Reborn: Portugal through the Lens of Catalan and Galician Nationalism (1850–1950)
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Iberian Modalities
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Xosé M. Núñez Seixas

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9781846318337.003.0006

Portugal acquired particular relevance in the non-independentist projects of Iberian sub-state nationalisms seeking to assert their national cultures. Portugal would be the most effective counterweight to Castile. In the Catalanist case, Portugal could complete a phase of the confusing, early 20th century ‘imperial’ project of Catalan cultural modernism and conservative nationalism. Vital Catalonia would lead and export a formula of multinational empire based on plurality, cooperation and brotherhood. Portugal would also be the reference point for affirming Galicia's autonomous cultural existence as a national community, and would help elevate the social and cultural status of Galician language and culture. It would also give Galicia a unique peninsular role as the privileged intermediary between Portugal and the other peninsular nations. Portuguese reaction to this different but complementary appeals from the Iberian periphery was, however, much less enthusiastic.

Keywords:   Portugal, Catalan nationalism, Galician nationalism, Iberianism, Republicanism, Cultural relations, Iberian peninsula

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