Cover East/West


book € 14,00
e-book € 9,99
Formato:  ePub
series "Voci"
pp. 176, Brossura, 978-88-15-29972-7
publication year 2022



We are experiencing a dramatic return to a rupturing between Europe’s East and West. A decade ago, no one could have imagined a recurrence of the polarization between Russia (and, more generally, Asia) and the European Union along the ancient, almost forgotten fault line separating two European historical traditions: the Western and Latin, on the one hand, and, on the other, the post-Byzantine. Nonetheless, history is once again called into play and manipulated for geopolitical purposes. But how did the borders between East and West emerge? And how important a role can they play, now and in the future?

Egidio Ivetic teaches Modern History, History of the Mediterranean, and History of Eastern Europe at the University of Padua.

I. Europa e Oriente d’Europa
II. Il confine dell’Occidente
III. La seconda e la terza Roma
IV. L’Europa di mezzo
V. Kaliningrad, Odessa, Sarajevo
VI. L’impossibile Jugoslavia
VII. L’ultima frattura

See also

copertina A History of the Adriatic
copertina Donne medievali
copertina L'era dell'interlegalità
copertina A letto nel Medioevo