The Hidden Frontier: Ecology and Ethnicity in an Alpine Valley
This award-winning classic in the study of ethnicity, identity, and nation-building has a new introduction (on which Eric Wolf collaborated near the end of his life) that shows the continuing validity of the book s innovative approach to ethnography, ecology, culture, and politics. The authors investigated two Alpine villages the German-speaking community of St. Felix and Romance-speaking Tret only a mile apart in the same mountain valley.
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The Forging of Tyrolese Identity
Torments of Nationalism
The Economic Development of the Rural Sector
History of an Upland Valley
The Mountain Estate
The New Economic Order
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Page 332 - Wolfgang Steinacker, Der Begriff der Volkszugehörigkeit und die Praxis der Volkszugehörigkeitsbestimmung im altösterreichischen Nationalitätenrecht (=Schriften des Instituts für Sozialforschung in den Alpenländern an der Universität Innsbruck, IX, Innsbruck 1932); Brix, Die Umgangssprache in Altösterreich zwischen Agitation und Assimilation, 355-357.
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