Reclaiming Basque : language, nation, and cultural activism / Jacqueline Urla.
The author examines some of the changing methods, modes of representation, and discourse of the movement to revitalize Euskara, the Basque language spoken by the people of the Pyrenees Mountains in northern Spain. The movement rose at the end of the 19th century, and re-emerged as a social movement during the waning years of the Franco regime. Among her topics are Euskara and Basque nationhood from heritage to practice, making a modern language, mapping and measuring Basque, and Basque in the free-radio soundscape.

Reclaiming Basque : language, nation, and cultural activism / Jacqueline Urla.

The author examines some of the changing methods, modes of representation, and discourse of the movement to revitalize Euskara, the Basque language spoken by the people of the Pyrenees Mountains in northern Spain. The movement rose at the end of the 19th century, and re-emerged as a social movement during the waning years of the Franco regime. Among her topics are Euskara and Basque nationhood from heritage to practice, making a modern language, mapping and measuring Basque, and Basque in the free-radio soundscape.