Episode 16- Food Scarcity and Women's Daily Lives in the Early Franco Years
12019-02-25T20:45:51-08:00Joseph Brown5eac7ef3705d9f80e567b77e809a27064bd00249316343Audio Podcast by Historias on SoundCloud discussing the Franco Dictatorship. Immediately following the Spanish Civil War, Spain faced a terrible food crisis. Suzanne Dunai examines how the policies of the early Franco dictatorship brought on this crisis and how ordinary Spaniards, particularly women, dealt with it on a day-to-day basis. From ration cards to bartering, from canning to buying on the black market, Spanish women showed a remarkable resilience as they sought to feed their families in this time of devastating scarcity.plain2019-02-25T20:53:46-08:00SoundCloud2018/10/01 05:24:08 +0000507687387Historiascc-by-nc-saAudio PodcastFranco DictatorshipJoseph Brown5eac7ef3705d9f80e567b77e809a27064bd00249
1media/Woman with heels and gun.jpgmedia/Woman with heels and gun.jpg2018-10-16T10:32:27-07:00Republican v. Nationalist Woman22Meg Pearsonplain2019-04-04T19:02:27-07:00 I'm hoping to have the lay out of this project be a mix of media displaying the lives of women during the Republican and Nationalist controls of Spain, as well as the "ideals" for those women and their treatment, along with text examining the media and adding further information from research. The treatment and daily lives of these women were affected by which party had control of the government, the war itself, the part of the country they lived in, and many other factors. This exhibit will seek to explain the roller coaster of changes that Spanish women in this period endured and how that has affected their position in Spanish society today.
Republican Era Topics: Right to Vote Political Office Family Planning Ideal Woman War Topics: Involvement on both sides Mass graves Educator executions Fleeing A Woman's Place Franco Era Topics: Stripped of Rights The Church Home Makers (cooking classes) Alteration of Media Ideal Woman Post Franco Era Topics: Reform Women Speaking Out Changes in Media Women's Place Now (conclusion)