The volume Gli Stati romani durante l’età napoleonica tra dominazione e ricerca di consenso, published in 2013, gathers the results of on-going research dealing with the Papal state during the Napoleonic period. While many recent works have focused on the opposition to French occupation, violence and constriction, this book examines the search for "consensus", seen by French civil servants as the only way for building up a renovated and efficient Roman State. Nonetheless, at the end of the period, the restored pontifical State resorted to the modern coercion tools introduced by the French, for example the Police, whereas, in spite of Cardinal Consalvi’s efforts, it abandoned any attempt to build a public opinion.)" />
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Recensioni. Stato e società nell’Europa napoleonica / Forme del dominio e organizzazione del consenso nella Roma napoleonica
Titolo Rivista: PASSATO E PRESENTE 
Autori/Curatori: Marco Meriggi, Catherine Brice 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2014 Fascicolo: 93  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  23 P. 153-175 Dimensione file:  161 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PASS2014-093010
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The author discusses the articles collected in the recent volume Napoleonische Expansionspolitik. Okkupation oder Integration? showing how Napoleonic policies triggered contrasting reactions in different European countries. On the one hand, they encouraged the emergence of new élites; on the other hand, they led to the transformation or collapse of traditional ones. The experience of the administrative State and its ambiguous "civilizing mission" was equally shocking and unexpected for both the upper and the lower classes.

The volume Gli Stati romani durante l’età napoleonica tra dominazione e ricerca di consenso, published in 2013, gathers the results of on-going research dealing with the Papal state during the Napoleonic period. While many recent works have focused on the opposition to French occupation, violence and constriction, this book examines the search for "consensus", seen by French civil servants as the only way for building up a renovated and efficient Roman State. Nonetheless, at the end of the period, the restored pontifical State resorted to the modern coercion tools introduced by the French, for example the Police, whereas, in spite of Cardinal Consalvi’s efforts, it abandoned any attempt to build a public opinion.


Keywords: Eta napoleonica, Stato amministrativo, Orientalismo, Costituzionalismo, Societa tradizionale / Italia 1796-1815, Impero napoleonico, Roma, Politica e societa, Stato amministrativo

Marco Meriggi, Catherine Brice, in "PASSATO E PRESENTE" 93/2014, pp. 153-175, DOI:10.3280/PASS2014-093010

   

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