Imagining Frontiers, Contesting Identities

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Steven G. Ellis, Lud'a Klusáková
Edizioni Plus, 2007 - History - 458 pages
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Contents

Identity Change as a Consequence of the Migration Experience
21
Historiographical Perspectives in France
43
Civility and savagery
59
State Formation and the Tudor Monarchy c 14001603
77
Stories of Violence and Blood
93
Borders and Frontiers or state and power
125
Foreigners and Citizens in the Renaissance Period
155
Nation State Building and Identity
175
Immigration in the Dutch Republic
263
Rethinking Yugoslav Economic Migrations towards
277
Mass Emigration from Northern Finland
303
iMages oF identity
319
The Image of Balkan Muslims in Czech and French Journals
339
Russian Imperial Responses to Finnish History
353
Let us be like the Finns The Image of Finland and the Finns as
377
the Profile of the Bourgeoisie
393

Ethnocultural Frontiers and the DeConstruction
189
Contesting identities through Migration
229
the New English
243
Images
413
Notes on Contributors
431
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