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Between 2010 and 2013 the European Science Foundation project "Cuius Regio" undertook a study of the reasons for cohesion of some European regions, including the analysis of the ways for cohesion of two peripherical Iberian entities: Portugal and Catalonia. A scientific meeting held in Lleida in 2012 facilitated the collection of contributions from outstanding researchers in order to analyse how specific identities in the periphery of the Iberian Peninsula were created in the Middle Ages and how they evolved until the 19 th century. History, Literature and Language are being discussed in this…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Between 2010 and 2013 the European Science Foundation project "Cuius Regio" undertook a study of the reasons for cohesion of some European regions, including the analysis of the ways for cohesion of two peripherical Iberian entities: Portugal and Catalonia. A scientific meeting held in Lleida in 2012 facilitated the collection of contributions from outstanding researchers in order to analyse how specific identities in the periphery of the Iberian Peninsula were created in the Middle Ages and how they evolved until the 19 th century. History, Literature and Language are being discussed in this book in order to understand the reasons for creating specific territorial identities and also to compare their different evolutions, that have resulted in different political realities in our current times.
  • Produktdetails
  • Identities / Identités / Identidades .5
  • Verlag: Peter Lang Ltd. International Academic Publishers
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: .431650, 431650
  • Neuausg.
  • Seitenzahl: 529
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26. März 2015
  • Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch
  • Abmessung: 226mm x 154mm x 28mm
  • Gewicht: 780g
  • ISBN-13: 9783034316507
  • ISBN-10: 303431650X
  • Artikelnr.: 42590534
Autorenporträt
Flocel Sabaté is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Lleida and former director of the Institute for Research into Identities and Society. He has served as an invited professor in the universities of Paris-I, Poitiers, Yale, UNAM (Mexico), Cambridge and ENS (Lyon). He is doctor honoris causa of the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Argentina). Luis Adão da Fonseca is Professor of Medieval History (retired) at the University of Porto and President of the Scientific Council of the Centro de Estudos da População, Economia e Sociedade. He has served as an invited professor in the universities of Navarra, São Paulo, Johns Hopkins and EHESS (Paris).
Inhaltsangabe
Contents: Flocel Sabaté/Luis Adão da Fonseca: The Spain that never was: The Iberian peninsula from its peripheries - Luis A. García Moreno: La conquista musulmana del noreste hispano. Supuestos y consecuencias - Michel Zimmermann : Écriture diplomatique et mémoire documentaire aux origines de l'histoire catalane - Josep Moran/Joan Anton Rabella: The process of scripturising Catalan - Philip D. Rasico: Cries of Abuse and Injustice in Early Catalan: Notes on the Language of the Rancures, Clams and Querimònies (11 th and 12 th Centuries) - José Augusto de Sotomayor-Pizarro: Political Origins of Portugal. From Country to Kingdom (1096-1143/1157) - Lúcia Rosas: Architecture and Identity - Tomàs de Montagut: Cuius Generalis : The erudite notion of Justice in the Crown of Aragon and Catalonia (12 th -18 th Centuries) - Stephano Maria Cingolani: The myth of the origins and royal power in the late medieval Crown of Aragon - Paula Pinto Costa/Luís Adão da Fonseca: Historiography and Portuguese identity: How in Medieval Portugal the kingdom is seen through the eyes of the Iberian Peninsula - Maria Cristina Pimenta: The perception of the Iberian Peninsula from the periphery: Portugal in the fifteenth century - Andrea Knox: Nuns on the Periphery? Irish Dominican Nuns and assimilation in Lisbon - Vicent Josep Escartí: The word Espanya ("Spain") in 15 th and 16 th Century Catalan literature - Antoni Simon: The concept of Spain in Catalan and Hispanic political thought from the era of reason of state - Robert von Friedeburg: How "new" is the "New Monarchy"? Clashes between princes and nobility in Europe's Iron Century - Pedro Cardim: Portugal unido, y separado . Propaganda and the discourse of identity between the Habsburgs and the Braganza - Eulàlia Miralles: National history, own language and otherness: Catalonia in the 16 th -18 th Centuries - Giovanni C. Cattini/David Cao: Uses of the Medieval Past in the Political Culture of 19 th Century Catalonia - Maria da Conceição Meireles Pereira: Historical Reference in the 19 th Century Portuguese Discourse - Òscar Costa: Re-imagining the State: Pan-Iberianism and Political Interventionism in the Context of Catalan Nationalism - Dick E.H. de Boer: Iberian identities - some final remarks.
Rezensionen
"In conclusion, Catalonia and Portugal: The Iberian Peninsula from the Periphery offers scholars a rich assortment of contributions that address several aspects and periods of Portuguese and Catalan history, from the Middle Ages to the recent past." (Robert Patrick Newcomb, e-Journal of Portuguese History, Vol. 14, number 1, 2016)