Catalans and Scots: Union and Discord
John H. Elliott, José Álvarez Junco and José Andrés Rojo
On 29 October 2018 a dialogue took place at the Rafael del Pino Foundation between John Elliot, Regius Professor Emeritus of Modern History at Oxford University, and José Álvarez Junco, Emeritus Professor of History at the Faculty of Political Science of the Complutense University of Madrid, on the occasion of the presentation of Elliot's book "Catalans and Scots. Union and Discord", a work which, according to Elliot, expresses a historian's concern for what is happening in his own environment and for offering a vision of it with a very long view of history that establishes similarities and differences in order to better understand the separatist movements in Scotland and Catalonia.
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