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NUOVA SERIE, Vol. 39, No. 117 (3), Discorsi agli elettori (DICEMBRE 2004), pp. 841-844
Published by: Società editrice Il Mulino S.p.A.
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Ballinger's book eloquently illustrates how in a border society, undergoing vast demographic, social and political transformations, history functions as a legitimating resource. Ballinger must inevitably draw upon the history and historiography of this region. She has to some extent been drawn into trajectories which preclude a contiguity of visions and a permeability of memories.
Quaderni storici © 2004 Società editrice Il Mulino S.p.A.