Lecture 11 -- Nations and Regions

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Nations and Regions Wednesday, September 29
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6/13/11 Reading for Friday Don H. Doyle, Nations Divided: America, Italy, and the Southern Question (2002), pp. 4-95.
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6/13/11 States containing pronounced regional Germany – North, South, & Former Communist East
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6/13/11 Brazil – São Paolo, Nordeste, & Amazon Basin Portugal – “European” North and “Moorish” South Russia – “European” West and Provincial South and East
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6/13/11 Sources of Regional Distinctions Economic Developments: Uneven Growth of Industrialization U.S. Italy Germany Urbanization Romanticization of and condescension
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6/13/11 Geopolitical Developments: Territorial expansion by existing
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