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As part of the Cuadernos y Debates Collection, the CEPC has published the work Historia del levantamiento, guerra y revolución de España [History of uprising, war and revolution in Spain] (Conde de Tereno, introduction by Joaquín Varela Suanzes-Carpegna). The publication provides researchers and interested individuals with a key source of information on the history of this tumultuous period.

Conde de Tereno, Historia del levantamiento, guerra y revolución, Download from the archive 7.400KB

Conde de Toreno, Historia del levantamiento, guerra y revolución de España. Download from the archive 7.400 kb 

 
  


This work brings together a series of articles on the theme of women and constitutionalism. The articles were published in the digital journal Historia Constitucional between 2008-2012, at the same time as the bicentenary of the Cortes de Cádiz and the Constitution 1812, and were accordingly revised and updated for the current edition. 
The book aims to fill in the historical gap that exists with regards to the inclusion of women in constitutional history, by demonstrating the ´Original Sin of State Constitutionalism´ - the exclusion of women from political rights at the time when men were historically awarded political and legal rights.  

Irene Castells (edit.), Mujeres y Constitucionalismo Histórico español. Seis Estudios_(3.742 kb)constitucionalismo

  

Constitutional history is not just developed through the creation and implementation of official constitutions that have governed the country over the years. Essentially the just reflect one reality: the reality of those who managed to get their ideas heard. Alongside the official documentation there is a whole range of works demonstrating alternative opinions and ideologies that did not become effective Constitutions. These types of texts were particularly common during between 1809 and 1823, a time when many individuals apart from public life  attempted to write their own constitutional models for the good of the nation. These projects demonstrate the wealth of ideology at the time of the first constitution, in which a whole range of models were debated; centralized and decentralized, progressive and conservative, radical and moderate. They were real-life constitutions, hidden away in the shadows, only to remain silenced by the existing Constitutions.

Constituciones en la sombra.Proyectos constitucionales españoles (1809-1823)(2.700 kb)