Argentina’s Partisan Past
Nationalism and the Politics of History
Michael Goebel is Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (lecturer/assistant professor) of Global History at the Free University Berlin and John F. Kennedy Fellow at the Center for European Studies, Harvard University.
List of acronyms Glossary Introduction I. Argentina’s two pantheons: from mitrismo to revisionism 1. Mitrismo, Argentina’s “official” history 2. The Nueva Escuela and the Centenary Generation 3. Nacionalismo, populist nationalists and the emergence of historical revisionism II. Between co-optation and opposition: Peronism, nationalism and the politics of history, 1946–55 1. Prelude to Perón: nacionalismo and the military, 1943–46 2. Intellectuals, nationalism and the Peronist state 3. Peronism and the pantheon of national heroes 4. The effects of Peronist nationalism III. The deepening polarisation: the proscription of Peronism and its politics of history, 1955–66 1. Intellectuals and the rise of left-wing revisionism 2. The politics of history under the Liberating Revolution 3. Frondizi’s “integrationism” and the emergence of Peronist-nationalist youth groups IV. The apogee of revisionism: nationalism, political violence and the politics of history, 1966–76 1. Nationalism and history in the Onganía regime 2. History narratives and the rise of middle-class student Peronism 3. The return of Peronism: revisionism’s victory? V. New narratives for a new era? Shifts, decline and resurgence of nationalist constructions of the past since 1976 1. Nationalism and the proceso 2. The rise of irredentism and the decline of partisan nationalism 3. Nationalism and democratisation: laying revisionism to rest? 4. The accommodation and resurgence of revisionism under Menem and the Kirchners Conclusion Bibliography Index
Publication: April 27, 2011
Series: Liverpool Latin American Studies 11