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Individuals who migrate, ideas which migrate: a rewriting of the history of the Mediterranea Sea in the 19th century
Journal Title: SOCIETÀ E STORIA  
Author/s:  Daniela Luigia Caglioti 
Year:  2018 Issue: 162 Language: Italian 
Pages:  7 Pg. 827-833 FullText PDF:  29 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SS2018-162008
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The essay discusses the book Mediterranean Diasporas and focuses in particular on the entanglement between migration history and intellectual history and on the transnational perspective adopted by the authors of the various contributions.
Keywords: Migrations, diasporas, Mediterranean Sea, intellectuals

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Daniela Luigia Caglioti, Individuals who migrate, ideas which migrate: a rewriting of the history of the Mediterranea Sea in the 19th century in "SOCIETÀ E STORIA " 162/2018, pp. 827-833, DOI:10.3280/SS2018-162008

   

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