Peripheral Identities (Sammelband)

Peripheral Identities: Iberia and Eastern Europe Between the Dictatorial Past and the European Present

Allgemeine Angaben


Teresa PinheiroBeata CieszynskaEduardo Franco

Warschau, Lissabon
978-989-973-280-3 ( im KVK suchen )
Thematik nach Sprachen
Portugiesisch, Spanisch, Sprachübergreifend
Iberian Studies Slavonic Studies


The edited book Peripheral Identities. Iberia and Eastern Europe between the dictatorial past and the European present fills up the re¬search gap on mutual readings and comparisons between Slavic and other Eastern European countries, on the one hand, and the Iberian nations, on the other hand. The book intends to contribute to contemporary comparative area studies, as well as to epistemological and ethical debates about the question of otherness and centre-periphery dynamics, and can be of use for educational and research purposes.


Part I: Theoretical Approach
Beata Elzbieta Cieszynska / José Eduardo Franco / Teresa
Pinheiro (University of Lisbon / Cheimnitz University of
Technology): “Mapping National and European Identities.
Eastern Europe and Iberia between Centres and Peripheries”
Annabela Rita (University of Lisbon): “Identity and
Otherness: Coordinates of a Cartography of Identity”
Francisco Nazareth (Camões Institute, Sofia): Occi-
dentalism and Post-Empire(s) in Semi-Peripheral European
Societies: Balkan and Iberian Cultural Parallels”
Part II: Representations of
Iberia in Eastern Europe
Fernando Cristóvão ( University of Lisbon): “Polish
Travellers on the Iberian Peninsula” 47
Beata Elzbieta Cieszynska (Kazimierz Wielki University in
Bydgoszcz / University of Lisbon): “The Myth(s) of Iberia
in Poland and Other Countries of the Former Eastern Bloc
” 63
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Anna Kalewska (University of Warsaw): „Portugal Stereotypes
in Poland, or, The Pictures in our Mind. Long away from the
Perils of Life” 81
Jörg Seidel (Chemnitz University of Technology): „The
Portuguese Carnation Revolution in East-Germany’s Neues
Deutschland“ 93
Luís Machado de Abreu (University of Aveiro):
“Leszek Kołakowski’s Scepticism in the Age of
Suspicion” 105
Olga Russinova/ Kirill Titaev (European University of St.
Petersburg): “Portugal in RuNet: Space of Descriptions, Space of
Appearance” 115
Part III: Representations of
Eastern Europe in the Iberian Peninsula
José Eduardo Franco / Paula Carreira (University of Lisbon):
“The Slavic World as Horizon and Frontier of Europe.
Representations of Slavic Countries in the Jesuit journal
Brotéria” 129
Carme Fernández Pérez-Sanjulián (University of A Coruña):
“Soutelo and Potocky or The Fraternity of the Enslaved
Nations” 191
Maria Isabel Morán Cabañas (University of Santiago
de Compostela): “Approaches to Slavic Immigration
in Twentieth-First Century Portuguese and Spanish
Literature: A Comparative Analysis” 203
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Part IV: National and European Identity
Wolfgang Aschauer (Chemnitz University of Technology): „Peripheral Identities in Hungary“ 219
Sonja Koroliov (University of Haale/Wittenberg): “Balkan Visions: Conceptualizations of Europe in Contemporary Macedonia” 227
Ulrich Best (York University, Toronto): “Postcolonial Poland? Discourses on Postcolonialism between Nationalism and the Western Gaze” 239
Miloš Havelka (Charles University, Prague): “Central European Constructions of Central and Eastern Europe, or, What is the Centre and who are the Central Europeans?” 255
Teresa Pinheiro (Chemnitz University of Technology): “Iberian Identities between the Colonial Past and the European Present” 269
Cláucio Serra Domingues (University of Münster): “In the Name of April – Building the Past around a Political Myth in Portuguese Democracy” 281
Notes on Contributors 311



Ersteller des Eintrags
Teresa Pinheiro
Sonntag, 15. Januar 2012, 18:01 Uhr
Letzte Änderung
Sonntag, 15. Januar 2012, 18:01 Uhr