At the roots of Italian identity / Edoardo Marcello Barsotti.Material type: TextSeries: Routledge studies in the modern history of ItalyPublisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781003058045; 1003058043; 9781000331332; 1000331334; 9781000331295; 1000331296; 9781000331370; 1000331377Subject(s): Italians -- Race identity -- History -- 19th century | Italians -- Ethnic identity -- History -- 19th century | Nationalism -- Italy -- History -- 19th century | National characteristics, Italian | Intellectuals -- Italy -- History -- 19th century | Physical anthropology -- Italy -- History -- 19th century | Italy -- History -- 1789-1870 | HISTORY / General | HISTORY / Historiography | HISTORY / Europe / ItalyDDC classification: 945/.083 LOC classification: DG455Online resources: Taylor & Francis | OCLC metadata license agreement
The 'Primacy of the Nation.' Vincenzo Cuoco and the Quest for Italian Identity -- A Plural Italy? Archaeology, Linguistics, and Racial Types in the Restoration Age -- The 'Lombard Question': Catholic Liberal Intelligentsia and the Racialization of the Romano-Germanic Encounter -- On the Complexities of the Ethnogenesis: Giandomenico Romagnosi and Carlo Cattaneo on National 'Stocks' and Racial 'Types' -- Reconsidering Primacy and National Genealogies: 'Nation' and 'Race' in the Debate among Moderates, 1843-1846 -- The 'Science of Nations.'
"This book investigates the relationship between the ideas of nation and race among the nationalist intelligentsia of the Italian independence movement of the nineteenth century and argues that ideas of race played a considerable role in defining Italian national identity"-- Provided by publisher.
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