Psico(socio)logía e identidad de la frontera en la época moderna

Translated title of the contribution: Borderland's psycho(socio)logy and identity during the Early Modern Age

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Abstract

From both a bibliographical analysis and personal work in archives, the author makes some reflections about borderlands. He esteems that a summary about bibliographical studies regarding the frontier is a very difficult one. Notwithstanding, he believes that, nowadays, a new way of analysing the frontier has been established. This new way consists on a new non based on wars approach that considers, joined together, borderlands, frontiers and social psychology as the new branches of that approach. Consequently, this paper aims to cover up three fields. It aims to focus on the frontier as a concept, it tries to establish the identity and the resilience of that frontier and it wants to present three models of frontier and the consequences of those models in the early modern ages.
Translated title of the contributionBorderland's psycho(socio)logy and identity during the Early Modern Age
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)093-120
Number of pages28
JournalManuscrits. Revista d'Història Moderna. ISSN 0213-2397
Issue number26
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Keywords

  • Estado moderno
  • Frontera
  • Resiliencia
  • Conflicto
  • Identidad
  • Territorio
  • Cultura
  • Política
  • Europa
  • Cataluña
  • Francia
  • España
  • Estat modern
  • Resiliència
  • Conflicte
  • Identitat
  • Territori
  • Catalunya
  • França
  • Espanya
  • Early modern state
  • Frontier
  • Resiliency
  • Conflict
  • Identity
  • Land
  • Culture
  • Policy
  • Europe
  • Catalonia
  • France
  • Spain

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