Pamela Radcliff

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Pamela Radcliff
Born1956 (age 62–63)
NationalityAmerican
OccupationHistorian
AwardsFulbright Fellowship (1992)[1]
Eleanor Roosevelt Award (1997)[2]
Keller-Sierra Prize (1998)[3]
UC Distinguished Teaching (1999)[2]
Academic background
EducationScripps College, B.A.[4]
Alma materColumbia, M.A., Ph.D.[4]
Academic work
Era20th century
InstitutionsUC San Diego
Main interestsModern Spanish history, democracy, gender and citizenship

Pamela Beth Radcliff is an American historian and professor at the University of California at San Diego and an authority on the history of modern Spain.[5][6][7] Her research focuses on mass politics, gender issues, civil society and democratic transitions.[8][4][5][9][10][11][12][13] She did a Teaching Company course entitled Interpreting the 20th century: the Struggle over Democracy.[14][15] Her publications on modern Spanish history received numerous positive reviews.[16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23] She has received numerous awards for her scholarship and teaching, such as the Keller-Sierra Prize for her monograph From Mobilization to Civil War: The politics of polarization in the Spanish city of Gijón, 1900-1937.[3]

Selected publications[edit]

  • Interpreting the 20th century: the Struggle over Democracy, The Teaching Company, Chantilly, Virginia, 2004[2][15]
  • From mobilization to Civil War: The politics of polarization in the Spanish city of Gijón, 1900-1937, Cambridge University Press, 1996)[5][24] Published in 2004 by the editor Debate in Spanish with the title De la movilización a la Guerra Civil. Historia política y social de Gijón (1900-1937), pp. 269-271, p. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011). [11][25]
  • Constructing Spanish Womanhood: Female Identity in Modern Spain, University of New York, 1998, (co-editor with Victoria Lorée Enders)[13]
  • Modern Spain: 1808 to the Present, John Wiley & Sons, May 8, 2017
  • Making Democratic Citizens in Spain: Civil Society and the Popular Origins of the Transition, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. xvii plus 414 pp.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ February 1, 1993, University of California San Diego, Notice of Department of History awards, honors, fellowships, special projects or publication of books, Retrieved October 15, 2017, "... Pamela B. Radcliff ... received a Fulbright Fellowship ..."
  2. ^ a b c The Teaching Company, professor bio page, Pamela Radcliff, Professor Pamela Radcliff, Ph.D., Retrieved October 15, 2017, "....In 1997, she received the Eleanor Roosevelt College Excellence in Teaching Award ... in 1999, she was awarded ... the University of California Distinguished Teaching Award...."
  3. ^ a b Western Association of Women Historians, Frances Richardson Keller-Sierra Prize, 1998, Pamela Beth Radcliff, From Mobilization to Civil War: The Politics of Polarization in the Spanish City Gijón 1900-1937, (Cambridge University Press, 1997).
  4. ^ a b c UC Merced, Spain in the Modern World, Retrieved October 13, 2017, "...Pamela Radcliff is chair of the History Department and a historian of Modern Spain ... research has focused on mass politics, gender, civil society and democratic transitions. ... Making Democratic Citizens explores the grass-roots contribution of ordinary men and women to Spain’s much celebrated democratic transition of the 1970s, ... She has been carrying out research in Madrid for thirty years ... Radcliff ... B.A. from Scripps College and M.A. and Ph.D. from Columbia University...."
  5. ^ a b c Cruz 1998.
  6. ^ Celia Amoros, August 15, 2009, El Pais, Feminismo y legitimidad democrática (Feminism and democratic legitimacy), Retrieved October 13, 2017, "... Radcliff considers that the style of feminist militancy clashed with that of the political culture of transition..."
  7. ^ SD Metro Magazine, October 12, 2011, Daily Business Report — Oct. 12, 2011, Retrieved October 13, 2017, "...Pamela Radcliff, chair of the UCSD History Department and a historian of modern Spain...."
  8. ^ a b Project Muse, Montserrat Miller, Winter 2013, Journal of Social History, Volume 47, Number 2, Winter 2013, pp. 545-547, Making Democratic Citizens in Spain: Civil Society and the Popular Origins of the Transition by Pamela Beth Radcliff (review), Retrieved October 13, 2017
  9. ^ Seidman 1999, pp. 221-223.
  10. ^ Fesefeldt 2006, pp. 269-271.
  11. ^ a b Messenger 2012, pp. 221-223.
  12. ^ González Madrid 2012, pp. 325-329.
  13. ^ a b Miller 2000, pp. 206-208.
  14. ^ University of Toronto, Library Catalogue, [https://search.library.utoronto.ca/details?6020035 Interpreting the 20th century [videorecording] : the struggle over democracy], Chantilly, Virginia, 2004, Retrieved October 13, 2017
  15. ^ a b The Teaching Company, Interpreting the 20th Century: The Struggle Over Democracy, by Pamela Radcliff, U. California San Diego
  16. ^ Digital Commons, Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies, Messenger, David A. (2012) "Review of: Pamela Beth Radcliff, Making Democratic Citizens in Spain: Civil Society and the Popular Origins of the Transition, 1960-1978," Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies: Vol. 37 : Iss. 1 , Article 28.
  17. ^ Apellido, Jesus, La polarización de la sociedad española. From mobilization to Civil War. The politics of polarization in the Spanish city of Gijón, 1900-1937. Pamela Radcliff. Cambridge University Press, Nueva York, 1996, ,Revista de Libros, 1998, [1]
  18. ^ Sasha D. Pack, SUNY Buffalo, The Journal of Modern History, Volume 84, Number 4, December 1, 2012, Retrieved October 13, 2017
  19. ^ Cambridge Core, April Smith, December 1998, Review, Volume 43, Issue 3, pages 488-498, Retrieved October 13, 2017
  20. ^ González Madrid, Damián Alberto, Vínculos de Historia, number 1, 2012, Radcliff, Pamela B., Making democratic citizens in Spain. Civil Society and the Popular Origins of the Transition, 1960-78, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, article, ISSN 2254-6901, pages=325-329
  21. ^ Making Democratic Citizens in Spain: Civil Society and the Popular Origins of the Transition, 1960–78, by Pamela Beth Radcliff, Stephen Jacobson (reviewer), English Historical Review 2013 128: 509-511
  22. ^ E Magazine, June 13, 2017, Political Dissent in Democratic Athens- Intellectual Critics of Popular Rule, "...Radcliff ... presentation of modern Spanish history incorporates the latest thinking on key issues of modernity, social movements, nationalism, democratization and democracy...", Retrieved October 13, 2017
  23. ^ Apellido, Fesefeldt, Henrike, De la movilización a la Guerra Civil. Historia política y social de Gijón (1900-1937) by Pamela Beth Radcliff, Iberoamericana (2001-), volume 6, 2006, june 2006, pages 269-271, jstor = 41676273, ISSN 1577-3388
  24. ^ Seidman.
  25. ^ Gonzalez Madrid 2012, pp. 325-329.