nUMBER 50 · 2005Revista Internacional de los Estudios Vascos. RIEV, 50, 2

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Donostia : Eusko Ikaskuntza, 2005
Barros, Amandio Jorge Morais...[et al.]


Issue no. 50.2 (2005.2) of the International Journal of Basque Studies (RIEV), the first of the issues published under the direction of Aingeru Zabala, includes, in the Tribuna section, five articles in various aspects of Basque history, economics and art: Amândio Barros examines the commercial relations between peoples from the Iberian Bay of Biscay coast and the Portuguese north in the beginning of the modern era; Bernard Darretche exposes the situation of the Port of Bayonne in a future Euro-regional context; José Luis García del Busto chronologically reviews the valuable production of music by Carmelo Bernaola and the composer?s human dimension; Gorka Martínez Fuentes approaches one of the main cultural associations in Alava during the last quarter of the 19th century; and last but not least, Elías Mas studies the unequal urban development of the three capitals of the Basque Autonomous Community during the period of economic upsurge in the post-Spanish-Civil-War period. The habitual sections continue, like Reseña, with critiques on recent publications on Basque and universal matters, Tesis (the list of doctoral theses read in the universities of Vasconia during the first quarter of 2005) and Noticia, with information on new publications on economics, the Eusko Ikaskuntza Manuel Lekuona Prize awarded to Elías Amézaga, the XVI Basque Studies Congress on "Sustainable Development", and the 100 issues of Fontes Linguae Vasconum, the Basque linguistic journal.