Publications

Other publications

The Royal Basque Society of the Friends of the Country, in their eagerness to spread Basque culture, published numerous books in each of its Commissions and its Delegaciones en Corte (Offices at Court) and in Mexico. Examples include the work Guía de vascos en el Archivo General de Sevilla, by José Garmendia Arruebarrena; the "Memoria del Exilio Vasco. Cultura, pensamiento y literatura de los escritores transterrados en 1939", coordinated by Emilio Palacios Fernández (2000); "La Literatura de los jesuitas vascos expulsos (1767-1815)", by Antonio Astorgano Abajo (2009); and "José Mª de Odriozola y Oñativia (1782-1864). De las bellas artes a las ciencias matemáticas y físicas", by Julián Serrano (2009).

It has also been the source of various collections, such as the "Colección Ilustración Vasca", published since 1990 with "La Botánica y los Naturalistas en la Ilustración Vasca", by Ángel Goicoetxea Marcaida; the Colección "Estudios e Informes", which began with the "Problemática del agua y de los residuos sólidos en las Corporaciones Locales", by Antón Azcona; the "Colección Lanak", which began in 1994 (Contains conferences and public speeches by Royal Basque Society members in Bizkaia; the Colección "Hitzez Hitz" Bilduma, whose first volume was dedicated to Temas Culturales Vascos/Euskal Kultura-Gaiak penned by Julio Caro Baroja, Vicente Palacio Atard, Leandro Silván, Antonio Tovar and Francisco Yndurain; or the "Colección EKINTZAK", whose fifth issue was dedicated to "La Generación del 98".

It prompted the publication of the Proceedings of Seminars and Meetings: "Actas de la IIIª Semana de la Delegación en Corte" dedicated to "De Bellas Letras y Artes en Euskalherria, hoy", directed by Guadalupe Rubio de Urquía [Delegación en Corte, 1994]; the"Iºs Encuentros sobre Historia. Siglo XVIII" [Vitoria, 1999]; the "Aulas de Bioética" organized as part of the Conference on Bioethics held since 2000 [Commission of Gipuzkoa]; the various "Jornadas Vizcaya ante el s. XXI/ Bizkaia XXI mende aurrez"; or the Congres "Ilustración, Ilustraciones and the "XI Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Historia de las Ciencias y de las Técnicas", held in Intsausti Palace in 2007 and 2011.

Also printed were journals such as "Estudios Vizcaínos. Revista del Centro de Estudios Históricos de Vizcaya", first published in Bilbao in 1970 under the direction of Andrés Eliseo Mañaricua Nuere, or the journal "Munibe" by Anthropology-Archaeology and Natural Sciences, which is run today by the Aranzadi Science Society.

In 1991 the Royal Basque Society of the Friends of the Country began publishing its newsletter under the name of "Orria" to keep members informed of its work and this was carried out quarterly by the respective Commissions and Delegación en Corte (Office at Court). This publication has been replaced by the inclusion of the annual report in the journal, published annually by the Society, and the regular and timely delivery of the most up-to-date online distribution of information by the Secretariat.

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