Engineers and the Making of the Francoist Regime

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0:00:00Introduction
0:00:46What is the Book about?
0:02:08Theories and Methods
0:04:22Sources and Materials
0:05:30What was the Role of the Scientists and Engineers?
0:07:06Comparison: European Dictatorships and Democracies
0:09:22Results

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Jul 7 2015Podcast

Engineers and the Making of the Francoist Regime

Lino Camprubí, a Research Scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, published his book on science and technology in Spain, “Engineers and the Making of the Francoist Regime” in 2014 by MIT Press. The study is a stunning analysis of how scientists and engineers participated in building the Francoist state. In this podcast episode Lino Camprubí discusses the theories and methods he adopted and the materials he worked with when researching for his book.

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MPIWG, Berlin

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A podcast about how scientists and engineers participated in building the Francoist state