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Rein, Raanan

REIN, Raanan

REIN, Raanan. Israeli, b. 1960. Genres: History. Career: IDF radio station, foreign news editor, 1979-82; Hadashot newspaper (Hebrew), Tel Aviv, foreign news editor, 1984-87; Estudios Interdisciplinarios de America Latina y el Caribe (Spanish), Tel Aviv, associate editor, 1992-97; Tel Aviv University, lecturer, 1992-96, senior lecturer, 1996-98, associate professor, 1998-2001, professor, 2001-. National Academy of History, Argentina, member. Publications: The Franco-Peron Alliance: Relations between Spain and Argentina, 1946-1955, 1993; In the Shadow of the Holocaust and the Inquisition: Israel's Relations with Francoist Spain, 1997; Populism and Charisma: Peron's Argentina (in Hebrew), 1998; Spain and the Mediterranean since 1898, 1999; Argentina, Israel, and the Jews, 2003. EDITOR: (with T. Medin) Society and Identity in Argentina (in Hebrew), 1997; (with T. Medin) Mexico since the Revolution (in Hebrew), 1999; The Spanish Civil War (in Hebrew), 2000. Contributor articles and reviews to English, Spanish, and Hebrew periodicals. Address: Dept of History, Tel Aviv University, 69978 Ramat Aviv, Israel. Online address: [email protected]

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