For the first time, the history of Catalonia explained from a pluralist, universal conception.
Under the direction of the history professor Borja de Riquer, a thorough book of history with a popular orientation, ordered by key dates, with a hundred historians and experts in every age and subject offering us a portrait of Catalonia and its contributions to Europe and the world from prehistory down to contemporary times.
A world history of Catalonia with a plural, open, universal, global conception, inspired by modern trends in French historiography, which transcends the commonplaces in our collective memory.
Polyphonic, accessible, with critical rigor, this history situates Catalonia in a global and universal context and asks questions that help us understand the past, present, and future of this country in relation to the rest of the world.
Another history of Catalonia is possible…