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Author Zanou, Konstantina,
Title Transnational patriotism in the Mediterranean, 1800-1850 : stammering the nation / Konstantina Zanou.
Imprint Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
2018
Edition First edition.

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Subject Transnationalism -- Political aspects -- Mediterranean Region -- History -- 19th century.
Nationalism -- Mediterranean Region -- History -- 19th century.
Patriotism -- Mediterranean Region -- History -- 19th century.
Mediterranean Region -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I : One island, three (trans)national poets -- Part II : Imperial nationalism between religion and revolution -- Part III : Memoirs of lives suspended between Patrias -- Part IV : Intellectuals as 'bridges' across the sea.
Summary Transnational Patriotism in the Mediterranean, 1800-1850: Stammering the Nation investigates the long process of transition from a world of empires to a world of nation-states by narrating the biographies of a group of people who were born within empires but came of age surrounded by the emerging vocabulary of nationalism, much of which they themselves created. It is the story of a generation of intellectuals and political thinkers from the Ionian Islands who experienced the collapse of the Republic of Venice and the dissolution of the common cultural and political space of the Adriatic, and who contributed to the creation of Italian and Greek nationalisms. By uncovering this forgotten intellectual universe, Transnational Patriotism in the Mediterranean retrieves a world characterized by multiple cultural, intellectual, and political affiliations that have since been buried by the conventional narrative of the formation of nation-states. The book rethinks the origins of Italian and Greek nationalisms and states, highlighting the intellectual connection between the Italian peninsula, Greece, and Russia, and re-establishing the lost link between the changing geopolitical contexts of western Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Balkans in the Age of Revolutions. It re-inscribes important intellectuals and political figures, considered 'national fathers' of Italy and Greece (such as Ugo Foscolo, Dionysios Solomos, Ioannis Kapodistrias, and Niccolo Tommaseo), into their regional and multicultural context, and shows how nations emerged from an intermingling, rather than a clash, of ideas concerning empire and liberalism, Enlightenment and religion, revolution and conservatism, and East and West.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 16, 2019).
ISBN 9780191093036 electronic book
0191093033 electronic book
9780191830785 electronic book
019183078X electronic book
9780198788706
OCLC # 1061148179
Additional Format Print version 9780198788706