The forge of the European identity through the relational capital of Salvador de Madariaga (1930-1960)
The Salvador de Madariaga fund also retains abundant correspondence with high society of the political and intellectual elites of the central years of the twentieth century. Thereby, we intend to comply with the sentence of Jean Monnet: nothing can be done without people, nothing can last without institutions. The individual and collective levels converge. Madariaga's interlocutors can allow us to enter into the ideological worlds of the main trends involved in the design of the process of European construction: Christian democracy, social democracy, liberalism, and conservatism.
Results of research
- Seminar (in the first quarter of 2018) to present and discuss the results.
- Articles of indexed journals