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The Historical Practice in Diversity

Transcultural Interactions from the Early Modern Mediterranean World to the Postcolonial World
  • 278 Pages
  • 4.99 MB
  • English

Berghahn Books
Ethnic studies, Social history, History, Archaeology / Anthropology, History: World, Anthropology - Cultural, General, Citizenship, Cross-cultural studies, Ethnicity, Group identity, Multicultur
ContributionsDirk Hoerder (Editor), Christiane Harzig (Editor), Adrian Shubert (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12202604M
ISBN 101571813772
ISBN 139781571813770

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