La monarquía borbónica y el señorío de Vizcaya en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII: ¿centro contra periferia?

The traditional political and institutional historiography has described the relationship between the Basque Provinces and the Bourbon Monarchy of the 18th Century as a continuous conflict between the central power and the periphery. In the last decades that interpretation has been deeply revised by... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Martínez Rueda, Fernando
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Oviedo: Area de Derecho Constitucional 2013
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Laburpena: The traditional political and institutional historiography has described the relationship between the Basque Provinces and the Bourbon Monarchy of the 18th Century as a continuous conflict between the central power and the periphery. In the last decades that interpretation has been deeply revised by the constitutional historiography and by the new social history. Taking those new historiographical approaches as starting-point, this paper analyses the relationship between the Señorío of Biscay and the Crown during the second half of the XVIII Century from a new viewpoint: the study of the institutional officials (Agente and Deputy at the court) and the relational network (patrons of the Señorío of Biscay at the administration of the Monarchy) that mediated between the provincial elite and the Monarchy.