Contaminated and heterogeneous, the Sicilian identity - cultural, linguistic, institutional identities - draws its nourishment from different contributions. A piece of which is the Catalan imput that, following a period of initial enthusiasm, will merge into the economic and political tissue of the islands. The paper aims to analyze the processes of meeting, clash and eventually fusion of Sicilians and Catalans, focusing on the mechanisms of consolidation and co-existence, the identity spaces cut out by ones and the others in two key moments: after the Sicilian Vespers, and the early fifteenth century.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Tra il Tirreno e Gibilterra. Un mediterraneo iberico?|
|Numero di pagine||45|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|
|Nome||EUROPA E MEDITERRANEO|