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Chapter 3. The Construction and Deconstruction of Rural Property

Mungiu-Pippidi, Alina (16 févr. 2013)

Peasant land tenure in historical perspective Rural societies have no memory. Seasons of their life are very much alike, and peasants do not indulge in record-keeping: only the propertied classes do. Consequently, no-one in Nucşoara or in Scorniceşti can look back beyond their grandparents’ ...

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Chapter 1. Toribia del Val and the Mysterious Wayfarer of Casas de Benítez

Christian, William A. (21 janv. 2013)

For several years the medievalist Lisa Bitel and the photographer Matt Gainer attended the monthly visions of María Paula Acuña, a mother of six in her fifties, in the Mojave Desert of California. I went twice, taking students. Typically, hundreds of Latino-American pilgrims would be waiting when ...

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Chapter 3. Young, Religious, and Radical: The Croat Catholic Youth Organizations, 1922–1945

Prlenda, Sandra (11 févr. 2013)

“Everything’s getting organized! Freemasons, socialists, and liberals are organizing, so let us organize, too.”Anton Mahnič, bishop of Krk, 1903 This often quoted call to religious youth marks the beginning of what is known as the Croatian Catholic movement. It led to several political and ...

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Austria and Germany

Hormayr, Joseph Von (16 févr. 2013)

Title: Österreich und Deutschland (Austria and Germany) Originally published: Gotha, In der Beckerschen Buchhandlung, 1814 Language: German Excerpts used are from Kurt Adel, ed., Joseph Freiherr von Hormayr und die vaterländische Romantik in Österreich (Wien: Bergland Verlag, 1969), pp. 132–135 ...

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Chapter 7. Race in China

Dikötter, Frank (23 janv. 2013)

The construction of the Han Dikötter on his approach to the study of ChinaI do not generally like to describe myself specifically as a historian of China, as I identify more with the general field of historical practice rather than with any particular geographical location. When we study such ...

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Chapter 7. Time

Forgács, Éva (23 janv. 2013)

'THE development of art is a thing of slow growth. It requires time and plenty of it. It cannot be forced. What would have become of me with insufficient time to struggle through my problems? … I found Gropius open to discussion. Only he wants to see quick results. For him, "It takes too long. It ...

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Stones for the rampart

Kamiński, Aleksander (20 déc. 2012)

Title: Kamienie na szaniec (Stones for the rampart) Originally published: Warsaw, Tajne Wojskowe Zakłady Wydawnicze – Komisja Propagandy Biura Informacji i Propagandy Komendy Głównej AK, 1943 Language: Polish The excerpts used are from J. Gorecki [Aleksander Kamiński], Stones for the Rampart. ...

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Motherland, or Silistra

Kemal, Namik (16 févr. 2013)

Title: Vatan yahud Silistre (Motherland, or Silistra) Originally published: Istanbul, n.p., 1889 Language: Ottoman Turkish Excerpts taken from Vatan yahud Silistre, reprinted by the Turkish Ministry of Culture (Ankara, 1990), pp. 25–34; 44–46; 56–57; and 84–85. The play was translated into ...

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Communist Secret Services on the Screen

Uitz, Renáta (23 janv. 2013)

The visual record of Hungary’s transition to democracy is marked with comfortably familiar (if not canonical) images of key events and personalities. No visual representation of the Hungarian transition which takes its topic and itself seriously is complete without the black-and-white film of Imre ...

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Chapter Three. Collective Remembering and Collective Forgetting

Byford, Jovan (23 janv. 2013)

Ivan Kuzminović: “We have just canonized the famous Bishop Nikolaj. This is a man who writes in his book Nationalism of St Sava that Adolf Hitler is a man who will promote [the values of St Sava]… Do you want me to give you the exact quote? I can read it out, I have it here.”Vladimir ...

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