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Un socialiste argentin à Nice : les effets de l'exil sur la pensée politique de Manuel Ugarte (1921-1933)

Abstract : This article is part of an argentine history of political ideas. It deals with the thought of Manuel Ugarte (1875-1951), an atypical socialist writer whose work articulates the themes of nationalism, Latin American continental unity and anti-imperialism. More precisely, we focus here on the period during which this author, because of the lack of interest for his ideas in his native country, lived in Nice between 1921 and 1933. Our goal is to determine the effects of this "voluntary" exile on his thought and to understand the influence of those he met (he collaborated in France with Barbusse's review Monde). Our general aim is to understand the consequences of the distance on his perception of the Argentine political situation and to correlate the evolution of its ideas with its biography.
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Submitted on : Thursday, August 4, 2011 - 2:08:25 PM
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Erwan Sommerer. Un socialiste argentin à Nice : les effets de l'exil sur la pensée politique de Manuel Ugarte (1921-1933). Cahiers de la Méditerranée, Centre de la Méditerranée Moderne et Contemporaine (CMMC) - Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, 2011, pp.89-100. ⟨halshs-00613324⟩

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