Interview with Alfonso Pérez Agote: history and memory in today’s Spain

Alfonso Pérez-Agote is professor of sociology at the University Complutense of Madrid and coordinator of the Groupe Européen de Recherche Interdisciplinaire sur le Changement Religieux (GERICR). His research focus on nationalism, collective identities, religious and cultural plurality, religious change and secularization, and the new forms of political and social mobilization.

He is a member of the International Panel on Exiting Violence‘s working group “Radicalisation: a comparative perspective“.

In this video, Alfonso Pérez Agote talks about memory and history in today’s Spain, influenced by the legacy of Francoism.

Subtitles are available in English.