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Sicily and the Mediterranean

Migration, Exchange, Reinvention

  • Editors
  • Claudia Karagoz
  • Giovanna Summerfield

About this book


The island of Sicily has for centuries been a meeting point where civilizations transformed one another and gave life to the cultural developments at the foundation of European modernity. The essays collected here explore Sicily as a place where these cultural interactions have produced conflict but also new material and intellectual exchange.


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About the authors

Norma Bouchard, University of Connecticut, USA Gaetano Cipolla, St. John's University, USA Pinella Di Gregorio, University of Catania, Italy Geoffrey Hull, Macquarie University, New South Wales Lina Insana, University of Pittsburgh, USA Iolanda Lanzafame, University of Catania, Italy Giovanna Palombo, University of California, Berkeley, USA Maria Sorbello, University of Catania, Italy

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