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The Usable Past

Greek Metahistories
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ISBN-13:
9781461718024
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
224
Autor:
K. S. Brown
Serie:
Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

In this volume, K.S. Brown and Yannis Hamilakis bring together scholars of history, archaeology, and anthropology to explore the located and contextual nature of historical narratives through the lens of twentieth-century Greece.
In this volume, K.S. Brown and Yannis Hamilakis bring together scholars of history, archaeology, and anthropology to explore the located and contextual nature of historical narratives. The contributors analyze contested historic rituals, building styles, and traditions-looking through the unique lens of twentieth-century Greek identity-paying particular attention to the ways these social phenomena and cultural artifacts manifest tension between 'official' and 'unofficial' narratives of the past. Though focused on the changing historical basis of Greek culture and identity, this work further serves as an important theoretical contemplation of how our view of the past is shaped by our relationship with the present.
Chapter 1 The Cupboard of Yesterdays? Critical Perspectives on the Usable PastPart 2 Projects: The State in ActionChapter 3 Monumental Visions: the Past in Metaxas' weltanschauungChapter 4 "Learn History!" Antiquity, National Narrative, and History in Greek Educational TextbooksChapter 5 The Politics of Currency: Stamps, Coins, Banknotes, and the Circulation of Modern Greek TraditionPart 6 Fractures: Resisting the National NarrativeChapter 7 The Macedonian Question in the 1920s and the Politics of HistoryChapter 8 Recollecting Difference: Archive-Marxists and Old Calendarists in an Exile CommunityChapter 9 The Ethnoarchaeology of a "Passive" Ethnicity. The Arvanites of Central GreecePart 10 Conversations: From Past to PresentChapter 11 Dimitris Pikionis and Sedad Eldem: Parallel Reflections of Vernacular and National ArchitectureChapter 12 Spaces in Tense: History, Contingency, and Place in a Cretan CityChapter 13 Poked by the 'Foreign Finger' in Greece: Conspiracy Theory or the Hermeneutics of Suspicion?Chapter 14 Afterword

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