Controrisorgimento

Nicola Guerra
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Questo studio, basandosi su fonti di archivio e pubblicazioni dell'epoca, prende in esame, nel territorio corrispondente all'attuale provincia di Massa Carrara, gli eventi e le condizioni sociali successive alla presa di potere sabauda del 1859. Il quadro che emerge si dimostra da subito complesso ed articolato evidenziando una situazione sociale e politica ben lontana dalla collettiva sollevazione popolare filounitaria spesso narrata. È presente, infatti, una reazione filoestense, determinata da scelte e comportamenti individuali e collettivi, che assume i tratti tipici di un movimento di resistenza e di un fenomeno di volontariato militare. L'inquadramento di tali eventi all'interno del dibattito storiografico nazionale porta l'autore a formulare e rispondere ad un chiaro interrogativo: il Risorgimento fu moto di unificazione nazionale, rivoluzione mancata o guerra civile?
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Nicola Guerra
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Published on
May 25, 2012
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Pages
134
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ISBN
9788890416804
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Language
Italian
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Genres
History / Essays
History / Europe / Italy
History / Historiography
History / Military / General
History / Revolutionary
History / Social History
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Nicola Guerra
Nicola Guerra
Scientific Study from the year 2011 in the subject History Europe - Other Countries - Newer History, European Unification, Turku School of Economics, language: Italian, abstract: The present paper discusses the Counter-Risorgimento movement (Controrisorgimento) in Northern Tuscany focusing mainly on the historiographical issues regarding the current research on the Risorgimento-phenomenon and the concept of the Death of the Nation (Morte della Patria) suggested by Renzo de Felice and Ernesto Galli della Loggia. The approach of Italian historical research toward Risorgimento, as well as the Resistance (or Civil War), has traditionally been very black and white: the protagonists of the events have been divided into moral categories of good and evil as a result of the political function of historical writing and a historical reconstruction of both sides of the story is still, quite surprisingly, to be written. This article proposes a new and less apologetic approach to the study of the Italian Risorgimento by looking at the phenomenon as the conclusive point of a great internal conflict. The article discusses the Counter-Risorgimento movement primarily from a local perspective but it also aims to widen and to rethink the methodological approach that has traditionally been adopted by historians in relations with the Risorgimento. In conclusion, the article proposes a more holistic approach to the study of the Risorgimento most of all by taking in consideration also the experience of the counter-forces of which we know very little today and by deconstructing the political and rhetoric pathos that still influences the historical representation of this phenomenon.
Nicola Guerra
Nicola Guerra
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