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Wrongdoing in Spain, 1800-1936: Realities, Representations, Reactions


Samuel Llano is a cultural historian who specialises in the music, literature and history of Spain, as well as its relations with other countries. His current research deals with music, marginality and social disorder in Madrid in the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, with a particular focus on flamenco, street music and the workhouse bands. Llano is the author of Whose Spain?: Negotiating “Spanish Music” in Paris, 1908-1929 (OUP, 2012), winner of the Robert M. Stevenson Award of the American Musicological Society. He has also published in the Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, the Journal of the Royal Musical Association, and various collections of essays.

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