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The Tarragona press

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The Hemeroteca has published informative works on the history of the press in Tarragona and its surroundings since the end of the 18th century. These are some of our more noteworthy publications:

Tarragona y su prensa

Josep-P. Virgili y Sanromà.
Work in two volumes: the first up to 1936 and the second from 1936 to 1980.

La Prensa de Valls al siglo XIX

Joana Vives y Brescó.
Work produced in collaboration with the Institut d'Estudis Vallencs.

La Prensa y las publicaciones periódicas en la Ribera d'Ebre

Josep Sánchez y Cervelló and Cinta Margalef y Faneca.
Work produced in collaboration with the Centre d’Estudis de la Ribera d’Ebre.

La Prensa y la historia en la Conca de Barberà, 1889-1939

Roser Puig y Tàrrech, Josep M.T. Grau y Pujol and Jaume Felip y Sánchez.
Work produced in collaboration with the Centre d’Estudis de la Conca de Barberà.

Lo que pasa

First Catalan weekly published in Tarragona, 1868. The facsimile issue includes a study carried out by Pedro Antonio Heras Caballero and María Isabel Sánchez Villanueva.

España a finales del siglo XVIII

Compilation of the cycle of conferences held in the Aula Magna of the Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres de Tarragona, 1980, in which the professors Gonzalo Anes, Antonio Domínguez Ortiz, Carlos Martínez Shaw, José Manuel Cuenca Toribio, Pere Molas Ribalta, Nazario González and Pierre Vilar participated.

El Sexenio Revolucionario

Enrique Díaz and Carlos Mas. A collection intended for making work dossiers for students based on the collections of The Hemeroteca. Work devoted to the period between 1868 and 1874.

Jornadas de Historia Antoni Agustín y su tiempo, 1517-1786

Brings together in two volumes the addresses and communications of Cardinals Alfons Stickler, Joan Bada, Pere Molas, Antonio Domínguez Ortiz, Bernard Vincent, Nazario González, Manuel Fernández Álvarez, Bruno Anatra, Karl Rudoll, David Salinas, Henry Kamen, Ricardo García Cárcel, Bartolomé Benassar and Sebastián García Martínez. The work was published in 1986.

 
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