Hellenicity Between Ethnicity and Culture

ISBN-10: 0226313301
ISBN-13: 9780226313306
Edition: 2005
Authors: Jonathan M. Hall
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Description: Hall explores the question of national identity in the context of ancient Greece, drawing on a wide range of evidence to determine when, how, why and to what extent the Greeks conceived themselves as a single people.

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List price: $41.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 6/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.012

Hall explores the question of national identity in the context of ancient Greece, drawing on a wide range of evidence to determine when, how, why and to what extent the Greeks conceived themselves as a single people.

Jonathan M. Hall is the Phyllis Fay Horton Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities and professor in the Departments of History and Classics and the College at the University of Chicago. He is the author of Ethnic Identity in Greek Antiquity, which received the 1999 Charles J. Goodwin Award for Merit from the American Philological Association.

List of Maps and Figures
List of Abbreviations
Used in Notes and Bibliography
Preface
Note on Nomenclature and Orthography
Theory and Method in Studying Ethnicity Introduction Defining Ethnicity Discourse and Praxis
Saying and Doing
The Question of Origins Greek Views of Greek Beginnings The Invention of the Indo-Europeans The Coming of the Greeks The Becoming of the Greeks Ethnic Unity in the Bronze Age?
Hellen's Sons
Blood and Belonging in Early Greece The Akhaians of South Italy and the Peloponnese The Ionians and Aiolians of Asia Minor The Dorian Invasion
Fact or Fiction? The Origins of Dorian Self-Consciousness
Identity and Alterity? The View from the Margins 'Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea'
Encounters in the Mediterranean Aggression and Accommodation 'When Two Worlds Collide'
The Question of Acculturation Barbarophonoi
The Linguistic Factor Perceptions of Others
The Literary Testimony Identity at the Margins?
Land and Peoplehood
The Ethnogenesis of the Hellenes What's in a Name? 'Hellas' and 'Hellenes' Commune Graeciae consilium
Delphi and Hellas Patrai and genos
Olympia and the Hellenes The Birth of a Nation
From Ethnicity to Culture The Barbarian Enters the Stage The Ascendancy of Culture Panhellenism and the 'School of Hellas' Looking Ahead
The Hellenistic Period Epilogue
Dating Early Greek Poets
The Historicity of Early Olympic Victors
Bibliography
Index of Ancient
Sources Index

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