The spatial control of meaning through the mapping and marketing of patrimony in Catalonia, Spain [electronic resource] / Christopher Robert McIntyre

McIntyre, Christopher Robert
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390 p.
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This dissertation argues that nationalists in Europe draw upon the products and processes of European integration in order to foster their goals of defining and defending their self-described cultures. It does this by examining the reconfiguration of Catalan space in the context of Spain's transition to democracy and entrance into the European Union. I focus on the links between place-making, sentiment, and nationalism. Over the past twenty years, Catalonia has become an autonomous region in Spain, and its government, the Generalitat, has recreated &ldquo;traditional&rdquo; Catalan geographical units, the <italic>comarques</italic>. The significance of <italic>comarques </italic> in Catalan nationalist thought hinges on the perceived connection between people, culture, and place. The dissertation focuses on the production of one <italic>comarca</italic> in particular: the Baix Emporda. In chapters on water, rural tourism, and agricultural production and consumption, I examine parallel processes whereby various groups define Catalonia's natural and cultural patrimony in a context of resurgent Catalan nationalism and the range of economic and social changes Catalans are undergoing.
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Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 60-11, Section: A, page: 4073.
Adviser: Katherine Verdery.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Johns Hopkins University, 2000.
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0599527552