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Introduction

  • Niccolò Fattori
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Migration History book series (PSMH)

Abstract

The introduction offers an overview of the methodological framework of this study, and its key elements: the historical and geographical coordinates, the idea of migrant community as a network of social relations and the relationship between the community and its organized structures. It will also define what is meant with “Greek” in contemporary sources, and how the complexity of this definition influenced the reception of the migrants.

Keywords

Ancona Greek migration Community Identity Natio 

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  • Niccolò Fattori
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