Political Uses of the Past: The Recent Mediterranean Experience
Jacques Revel, Giovanni Levi
Taylor & Francis US, 2002 - Political Science - 125 pages
This work addresses political and historiographical uses of history. A group of leading historians and thinkers discuss questions of collective identity and representation in relation to the fluctuating concept of "Past" and its changing relevance. Among the topics are Greek historiographical questions, Balkan history, the Armenian problem, and the Plaestine historical narrative.
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