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Mediterranean diasporas : politics and ideas in the long 19th century / edited by Maurizio Isabella and Konstantina Zanou
HerausgeberIsabella, Maurizio ; Zanou, Konstantina
ErschienenLondon ; New Delhi ; New York ; Sydney : Bloomsbury Academic, An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016
Umfang
xiii, 217 Seiten ; 24 cm : 1 Karte
SchlagwortMittelmeerraum / Politik / Idee / Geschichte 1800-1900
ISBN978-1-4725-7665-1 ; 978-1-4725-7664-4 ; 9781472576675 ; 9781472576668
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List of contributors -- Map of the Mediterranean -- Introduction: The sea, its people and their ideas in the long nineteenth century / Maurizio Isabella and Konstantina Zanou -- Letters from Spain : the 1820 revolution and the liberal international / Juan Luis Simal -- An itinerant liberal : Almeida Garrett's exilic itineraries and political ideas in the age of southern European revolutions (1820-1834) / Gabriel Paquette -- Learning lessons from the Iberian Peninsula : Italian exiles and the making of a Risorgimento without people, 1820-1848 / Grégoire Bron -- Mediterranean liberals? : Italian revolutionaries and the making of a colonial sea, ca. 1800-1830 / Maurizio Isabella -- Ottomans on the move : Hassuna d'Ghies and the "new Ottomanism" of the 1830s / Ian Coller -- Imperial nationalism and Orthodox enlightenment : a diasporic story between the Ionian Islands, Russia and Greece, ca. 1800-1830 / Konstantina Zanou -- Away or homeward bound? : the slippery case of Mediterranean place in the era before nation-states / Dominique Kirchner Reill -- The strange lives of Ottoman liberalism : exile, patriotism, and constitutionalism in the thought of Mustafa Fazil Pasa / Andrew Arsan -- From southern Italy to Istanbul : trajectories of Albanian nationalism in the writings of Geronimo de Rada and Sami Frashëri, ca. 1848-1903 / Artan Puto and Maurizio Isabella -- Ottomanism with a Greek face : Karamanli Greek Orthodox diaspora at the end of the Ottoman Empire / Vangelis Kechriotis -- Afterword: Writing Mediterranean diasporas after the transnational turn / Thomas Gallant

"Mediterranean Diasporas looks at the relationship between displacement and the circulation of ideas within and from the Mediterranean basin in the long 19th century. In bringing together leading historians working on Southern Europe, the Balkans, and the Ottoman Empire for the first time, it builds bridges across national historiographies, raises a number of comparative questions and unveils unexplored intellectual connections and ideological formulations. The book shows that in the so-called age of nationalism the idea of the nation state was by no means dominant, as displaced intellectuals and migrant communities developed notions of double national affiliations, imperial patriotism and liberal imperialism. By adopting the Mediterranean as a framework of analysis, the collection offers a fresh contribution to the growing field of transnational and global intellectual history, revising the genealogy of 19th-century nationalism and liberalism, and reveals new perspectives on the intellectual dynamics of the age of revolutions"--From publisher's website