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Rethinking World War I

Occupation, Liberation, and Reconstruction

George Robb and W. Brian Newsome

administration of Belgium. 8 German occupation of western Russia has also evolved into a subject of sustained scholarship, figuring not only in Vejas Liulevicius’s War Land on the Eastern Front: Culture, National Identity, and German Occupation in World War I

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Roberto Farneti

Integration and National Identity: The Challenge of the Nordic States . London : Routledge . Hetherington , Marc J ., and Thomas Rudolph . 2015 . Why Washington Won’t Work: Polarization, Political Trust, and the Governing Crisis . Chicago

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The Timeline of a Concept

Juan Francisco Fuentes

: inward, it implies a reinforcement of identity policies so as to exclude “others”—usually immigrants—from the national community; and outward, it involves a reactive, highly emotional, mobilization against a powerful external agent, for instance, the

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Pablo Facundo Escalante

“Our discipline works under a tacit presupposition of teleology .” —Reinhart Koselleck At the end of the nineteenth century, republicanism became the mythomoteur on which France’s identity was shaped throughout the following century. Back then, the

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Hugo Bonin and Aleksandra Konarzewska

One Swallow Does Not a Spring Make Pasi Ihalainen, The Springs of Democracy: National and Transnational Debates on Constitutional Reform in the British, German, Swedish and Finnish Parliaments, 1917–1919 (Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society

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Frank Battaglia

“Dress and jewellery [ sic ] played a major part in constituting individual and group identity in early Anglo-Saxon England,” archaeologists continue to remind us, with women’s roles being pivotal in the establishment of “sixth-century kindred

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From Exoticism to Authenticity

Textbooks during French Colonization and the Modern Literature of Global Tourism

Claudine Moïse

that are being circulated or the uses of language, especially linguistic interactions. From Self to Other It is necessary to begin by identifying the relation of the self to the other, which will thus enable me to analyze the dynamics of identity

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Heritage (Erfgoed) in the Dutch Press

A History of Changing Meanings in an International Context

Hanneke Ronnes and Tamara Van Kessel

, only in the last decades of the nineteenth century did erfgoed become fully imbued with what are since then the key elements of heritage , namely, that it is a national or local identity marker—historical, beautiful, unique—in need of preservation

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Debating the “Jewish Question” in Tunisia

War, Colonialism, and Zionism at a Mediterranean Crossroads, 1914–1920

Chris Rominger

tunisiens israélites” [Incorporation of Jewish Tunisian subjects], Alapetite to M. Briand, 16 Nov. 1916. 47 Similar accusations were leveled against Jews in the Hapsburg Empire, for example; see Marsha L. Rozenblit, Reconstructing a National Identity: The

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Annabel Brett, Fabian Steininger, Tobias Adler-Bartels, Juan Pablo Scarfi, and Jan Surman

sides of the Alps developed a “monarchic ideology of integration” (148) based on traditional values and ideas of order as well as religious-theological justifications. Positively connoted national, regional, and local identities were developed against