Self-perceptions, denials, and expressions: Istrianity in a nationalizing Croatia, 1990–1997

@article{Ashbrook2005SelfperceptionsDA,
  title={Self-perceptions, denials, and expressions: Istrianity in a nationalizing Croatia, 1990–1997},
  author={John E. Ashbrook},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2005},
  volume={33},
  pages={459 - 487}
}
All the changes of statehood, political and administrative interventions in the last century have influenced … the national, demographic, cultural, economic and social composition of Istrian villages as well as the coastal towns they surround. Thus it is not strange that today when Istrians discuss borders what they are really discussing is themselves and their identity, strategies for everyday life and the practices with which they have symbolically and physically interpreted the existence of… Expand

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