The emergent Indignados movement in Spain is transforming Spanish politics and society, heralding an end to the Transition since Franco, and responding to multiple legitimation crises in Spain and in Europe. This movement is rooted in the Stop Evictions campaign led by Ada Colau in Barcelona following the bursting of the subprime mortgage bubble in the wake of the 2008; as well as the 15-M Movement arising in May 2011 Puerta del Sol of Madrid, symbolizing the Indignez-Vous outrage of a lost generation.
Join author Richard R. Weiner and RCC Director José Manuel Martínez Sierra for a discussion and Q&A about this book.
Speakers: Richard R. Weiner, Professor of Political Science/Dean at Rhode Island College; Faculty Affiliate, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University; José Manuel Martínez Sierra, RCC Director; Jean Monnet ad personam Professor of EU Law and Government, Faculty Affiliate, Co-chair of the European Union Law and Government Study Group, Southern Europe in the European Union Study Group, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University
Sponsors: RCC; The Challenge to Design a Technological Agora Study Group