El universo ideológico de los ingenieros de caminos españoles a través de la Revista de Obras Públicas (1853–1899),” Ayer, 68, 4 (2007): 193–219; and José Luis Ramos Gorostiza and Tomás Martínez Vara, “Las ideas económicas de los ...
Author: Lino Camprubi
Publisher: MIT Press
How engineers and agricultural scientists became key actors in Franco's regime and Spain's forced modernization. In this book, Lino Camprubí argues that science and technology were at the very center of the building of Franco's Spain. Previous histories of early Francoist science and technology have described scientists and engineers as working “under” Francoism, subject to censorship and bound by politically mandated research agendas. Camprubí offers a different perspective, considering instead scientists' and engineers' active roles in producing those political mandates. Many scientists and engineers had been exiled, imprisoned, or executed by the regime. Camprubí argues that those who remained made concrete the mission of “redemption” that Franco had invented for himself. This gave them the opportunity to become key actors—and mid-level decision makers—within the regime. Camprubí describes a series of projects across Spain undertaken by the civil engineers and agricultural scientists who placed themselves at the center of their country's forced modernization. These include a coal silo, built in 1953, viewed as an embodiment of Spain's industrialized landscape; links between laboratories, architects, and the national Catholic church (and between technology and authoritarian control); vertically organized rice production and research on genetics; river management and the contested meanings of self-sufficiency; and the circulation of construction standards by mobile laboratories as an engine for European integration. Separately, each chapter offers a fascinating microhistory that illustrates the coevolution of Francoist science, technology, and politics. Taken together, they reveal networks of people, institutions, knowledge, artifacts, and technological systems woven together to form a new state.
Author: Hugh Richard SlottenPublish On: 2020-04-09
... Revista de Obras Públicas (1853–1899),” Ayer, 68 (2007), 193–219. 11 Eduardo Ortiz, “The Nineteenth-Century International Mathematical Community and Its Connection with Those on the Iberian Periphery,” in L'Europe Mathematique, ed.
Author: Hugh Richard Slotten
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
This volume in the highly respected Cambridge History of Science series is devoted to exploring the history of modern science using national, transnational, and global frames of reference. Organized by topic and culture, its essays by distinguished scholars offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date nondisciplinary history of modern science currently available. Essays are grouped together in separate sections that represent larger regions: Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, East and Southeast Asia, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Oceania, and Latin America. Each of these regional groupings ends with a separate essay reflecting on the analysis in the preceding chapters. Intended to provide a balanced and inclusive treatment of the modern world, contributors analyze the history of science not only in local, national, and regional contexts but also with respect to the circulation of knowledge, tools, methods, people, and artifacts across national borders.
1776 529 Madrid . REVISTA DE OBRAS PUBLICAS , Serie I , 10 vols . 1853-62 ; Serie II , Vols . 1 - III , 1863-65 — together 13 vols . 4to . 225 large folding plates oj Canal and River Works , Architecture , Engineering , etc. ed . 24.
REVISTA DE GEOGRAFIA COMERCIAL , órgano de la sociedad de geografia comercial . 5 vols . , fol . Madrid , 18 ** - ' 94+ REVISTA DE OBRAS PUBLICAS : carreteras y caminos vecinales puentes , ferro carriles ... Madrid , 1853 - '62 .
Author: María Vázquez-FariñasPublish On: 2021-02-15
Thirdly, the Revista de Obras Públicas (Journal of Public Works), founded in 1853, together with the official reports and statistics of the time, has furnished relevant data.2 Likewise, the annual reports of the companies and the ...
Author: María Vázquez-Fariñas
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Business & Economics
This book analyses the economic history of the company and entrepreneurship in Spain from the 15th century to the present. It evaluates the economic theory, the formation of the figure of the entrepreneur, as well as the structure of the companies. This exploration of the businessmen in Spain over several centuries is something that has not been done until now. Joining the great Spanish historiographical debate about the existence or not of entrepreneurship, the book brings together research in very different historical contexts and junctures. It presents a selection of cases of companies and entrepreneurs from Spain, from different sectors, regions and periods, from boom to crisis, from the wine businessman to the railway sector, from private banking to the pioneers of the Spanish travel agency business. It will be of interest to academics and students in economic history, business and management history, as well as researchers in entrepreneurship & small business management.
Author: Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain). LibraryPublish On: 1895
Boletim do ministerio das obras publicas , commercio e industria . No. 3 , setembro , 1853 . Lisbom , 1853. 8vo . Collecção de legislação de 1886 e 1887 relativa a obras publicas e minas publicada na Revista de obras publicas e minas .
Author: Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain). Library
Most of his writings are published in the Revista de Obras Publicas, one of the first engineering journals founded in 1853. Boix worked for the Madrid water supply authority and was particularly involved in the design and the execution ...
Author: Willi Hager
Publisher: CRC Press
More than 850 individuals partly forgotten by name, but sometimes found in historical writings, together with many well known or recently deceased persons are presented in terms of bio-data, short career highlights, and main advances made to the profession with a short biography of the main writings. If available, a portrait is also included. Hydraulicians in Europe, Volume 2 is a continuation of the first volume, both in outline and in coverage and pagination. Volumes 1 and 2 include more than 1500 biographies.
... en los puertos ( y en las ciudades ) de las últimas décadas del siglo XIX : la Revista de Obras Públicas publicada desde 1853 y las Memorias sobre el Estado de las Obras Públicas en España que apareció por primera vez en 1856.
Author: Agustín Guimerá Ravina
Publisher: Ed. Universidad de Cantabria
Coordinados por el área de Historia moderna de la Universidad de Cantabria, se recogen en este décimo volumen de la Biblioteca Navalia las ponencias desarrolladas por expertos, de varios países, en historia naval, economistas, historiadores, ingenieros portuarios, urbanistas e historiadores del arte, en el curso “La ciudad portuaria atlántica en la historia: siglos XVI-XIX”, celebrado entre el 4 y 7 de julio de 2005 en el Aula del Mar Rector Jordá, iniciativa cultural y docente en la que colaboran la Universidad de Cantabria, Autoridad Portuaria de Santander, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo y RETE (Asociación internacional para la colaboración entre puertos y ciudades). Pasado, presente y futuro constituyen los tres tiempos para este estudio interdisciplinar centrado en la fachada atlántica europea, sus ciudades, bajo una perspectiva urbanística, económica, artística, demográfica, comercial... con especial referencia a la ciudad de Santander al coincidir con su 250 aniversario de la concesión del título de ciudad.