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The representation of external threats : from the Middle Ages to the modern world

Author: Eberhard Crailsheim; María Dolores Elizalde Pérez-Grueso
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2019]
Series: History of warfare, v. 123.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 'The Representation of External Threats', Eberhard Crailsheim and Maria Dolores Elizalde present a collection of articles that trace the phenomenon of external threats in a multitude of settings across Asia, America, and Europe. The scope ranges from military threats against the Byzantine rulers of the 7th century to the perception of cultural and economic threats in the late 19th century Atlantic, and includes  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Representation of external threats.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2019]
(DLC) 2018056647
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eberhard Crailsheim; María Dolores Elizalde Pérez-Grueso
ISBN: 9789004390157 9004390154
OCLC Number: 1076411340
Description: xv, 466 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Representations of External Threats: Approaches and Concepts for Historical Research / Eberhard Crailsheim --
The Opposition of Own/Alien as a Source of the External Threat: Reflections on Supra-State Sovereignization Politics and 19th-Century / Pan-Slavism, Vladimir Belous --
Deus Adiuta Romanis: Threat and Threat Communication in the Eastern Roman Empire / Theresia Raum --
Scottish Interlopers and Indigenous Resistance: Threats to the Spanish Empire in Late 17th-Century Panama / Marie Schreier --
The Umbilical Cord of Threats: the Securitization of Infidel Attacks on the Early Modern Banten Sultanate, Indonesia / Simon C. Kemper --
The Enemy Within: 'Gypsies' as EX/INternal Threat in the Habsburg Monarchy and in the Holy Roman Empire, 15th-18th Century / Stephan Steiner --
Performing the Ottoman Threat: Visual and Discursive Representations of Armenian Merchants in Early Modern Poland and Moldavia / Alexandr Osipian --
The 'Pale of Settlement': a Particular Form of Separation of the 'Own' and the 'Alien' in the Russian Empire / Anna Abalian --
Back to the Huns: the German Threat in the European Collective Imagination, 1527-1914 / Federico Niglia --
External Authority or External Threat? Thomas Hobbes and the Politically Troubled Times of Early Modern England / Ionut Untea.
Series Title: History of warfare, v. 123.
Responsibility: edited by Eberhard Crailsheim, María Dolores Elizalde.

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In 'The Representation of External Threats', Eberhard Crailsheim and Maria Dolores Elizalde present a collection of articles that trace the phenomenon of external threats in a multitude of settings across Asia, America, and Europe. The scope ranges from military threats against the Byzantine rulers of the 7th century to the perception of cultural and economic threats in the late 19th century Atlantic, and includes conceptual threats to the construction of national histories.0Focussing on the different ways in which such threats were socially constructed, the articles offer a variety of perspectives and interdisciplinary methods to understand the development and representations of external threats, concentrating on the effect of 'threat communication' for societies and political actors.

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