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Chasing the Past: Geopolitics of Memory on the Margins of Modern Greece$
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Pierre Sintès

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781786940896

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781786940896.001.0001

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Mobilities, heritage and the construction of border territories

Mobilities, heritage and the construction of border territories

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(p.135) Chapter 4 Mobilities, heritage and the construction of border territories
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Chasing the Past: Geopolitics of Memory on the Margins of Modern Greece
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Pierre Sintès

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781786940896.003.0005

Since 2010, new research in the border territories between Greece, Albania and the Republic of Macedonia has prompted Pierre Sintès to think further about new forms of territoriality, particularly linked to the increasing promotion of cultural heritage. Through examination of what these processes involve in terms of the appropriation of space, this new work builds on earlier thoughts on the relations between social communities and places, now covering more directly communities’ usage and perceptions of the past. The chapter also treats Thesprotia as a case study to demonstrate the different trends which, today, characterise these rural Greek peripheral spaces, but which are also emblematic of wider dynamics.

Keywords:   Greece, Albania, Republic of Macedonia, Territoriality, Cultural heritage, Locality, Greek peripheral spaces, Border territories

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