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Cuadernos de historia (Santiago)

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Abstract

ECHEVERRY TAMAYO, Juan David. Nation, majesty and sovereignty in New Kindom of Granada between 1810 and 1830. Cuadernos de Historia [online]. 2019, n.51, pp.33-57. ISSN 0719-1243.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-12432019000200033.

When analyzing the process of construction of independent states in Latin America, a decisive question immediately arises: how to overcome the nationalist perspective with which the Spanish monarchical decomposition has been addressed, which triggered the appearance of the American republics? One of the major problems of this historiographical paradigm is to affirm that all the political entities that emerged after 1810 constituted a proto-nation waiting for an opportunity to gain its self-determination in the style of the Enlightenment and the French Revolution, enclosing the process in the historiographic prototypes of the Anglo-French world.Thus, the objective of this work is to investigate the tools used by the Hispanic world to face the advent of the nation and modern sovereignty. To track the evolution of these processes, political speeches, pronouncements from political bodies, government institutions and newspapers will be used to account for the profound changes experienced at the time. All this in an attempt to connect the neogranadino case with what happened in the whole of the Spanish nation, since there is no doubt that throughout the Empire there was a massive fragmentation process at the same time whose character was not isolated.

Keywords : Nation; Latin American independences; nation-state; national identities.

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