Santiago de Pablo


 

Santiago de Pablo

Santiago de Pablo is a professor of Modern History at the University of the Basque Country.  He is the author of numerous wokrs, the most recent of which includes The Basque Nation On-Screen - Cinema, Nationalism, and Political Violence (2012) & Diccionario ilustrado de simbolaos del nacionalismo vasco (2012) and En tierra de nadie: Los nacionalistas vascos en Alava (2008), and Tierra sin paz: Guerra Civil, cine y propaganda en el Pais Vasco (2006).  In English he is also the author of "The Basque Country through the Nazi Looking Glass, 1933-1943" in War, Exile, Justice and Everyday Live 1936-1946 (2011), and, with John K. Walton, of "Culture, Commerce, Capitalism and Commemoration: Dmitri Piterman and the Alaves Football Museum" in Sports, History and Heritage (2012).  He is also editor of the Basque research journal Sancho el Sabio, and member of the Academia de las Artes y Ciencias Cinematograficas de Espana.  His research interests include the political and social history of the Basque Country, cinema and history, and the history of nationalism.

In 2010, Mr. de Pablo was the William A. Douglass Distinguished Scholar at the Center for Basque Sutdies, University of Nevada, Reno.