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Sport, Nation, Gender: Basque Soccer Madness
A centenarian Basque soccer club, Athletic Club (Bilbao) is the ethnographic locus of this dissertation. From a center of the Industrial Revolution, a major European port of capitalism and the birthplace of Basque nationalism ...
Violence Between Equals. An Investigation on the Ontological Concept of Change.
Concept of violence is usually presented in the field as a concept closely related to power (Sorel 1976, Harendt 1972, Betz 1977, Dewey 1980, Graver 1970, Morriss 1987, or Paul Wolff 1969 among others). Nonetheless, after ...
Ethnography of #Nasf: An Innovation Community of Practice of Self-Branded Entrepreneurs in Navarre.
This multi-faceted ethnography focuses on a self-branded entrepreneur's innovation community of practice, known as #NASF, and aims to understand the reasons for its birth and the trajectory of its development. More ...
The End of ETA (2007-2011): Narratives from the Media and from the Actors
The Basque separatist armed organization ETA laid down arms in 2011 after forty years of armed campaign for independence. It was not a consequence of political negotiations. The Basque group did not achieve its goals. Yet, ...
The Roles of a Basque-inspired Cooperative in the Community Based Economic Development in Cleveland, Ohio
Although globalization and internationalization have dominated the social fabrics of our today’s world, the significance of local places remains sound. The local level development approach can potentially become a geographical ...
Sagebrush Laborers: Basque Immigrants in Nevada’s Sheep Industry, International Dimensions, and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954
This study explores the history of Basque immigration to the rangelands of Nevada. It views the Basque immigrant sheepherder labor within the social, economic, political, and cultural context of Nevada. Tensions and conflicts ...
Homeward Bound: The Influence of Emigration and Return on Aezkoa Valley and its Surrounding Rural Communities in Northern Navarre at the turn of the 19th Century
The aim of this dissertation is to provide a study on Basque transnational migration from the perspective of the homeland. The goal is to see to what extent this transnational migration influenced and impacted local ...
WHY EUZKO-GOGOA? THE BASQUE LITERARY AND INTELLECTUAL IDENTITY IN THE DIASPORIC CULTURAL MAGAZINE EUZKO-GOGOA (1950-1960)
A magazine written only in the Basque language with the focus of maintaining alive a culture and language on the brink of extinction under the hands of a totalitarian government. A cultural work created by an exiled priest ...
"Through the Language of Food: Creating Linguistic and Cultural Value through Basque (Euskara) Semiotics to Market Local Gastronomic Products"
Basque gastronomy has become world-renowned over the last few decades, drawing locals and tourists alike to savor regional products, congregate over food and drink in neighborhood bars, and indulge in six-course meals in ...