(Re)Constructing Communities in Europe, 1918-1968. Senses of Belonging Below, Beyond and Within the Nation-State
London/New York : Routledge
Routledge Studies in Modern European History ; 37
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RICH - Radboud Institute for Culture & History
SubjectEurope and its Worlds after 1800; Repertoires of Representation
This volume addresses the discursive mechanisms behind the attempts to (re)construct communities at urban, local and transnational levels, which were manifest against the background of class antagonism, political polarization and social disruption in the era between the end of the Great War and the cultural revolution of the 1960s.
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