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Uprisings, rebellions, revolutions, civil wars: Conceptual oscillations in the European periphery

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Uprisings, rebellions, revolutions, civil wars: Conceptual oscillations in the European periphery

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12 November 2021

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This paper examines how a local uprising as that in Peloponnese in 1821 from the very beginning turned to be associated with the concept of revolution and not with the concepts of rebellion or of civil war, as happened in the Spanish and Italian cases. It compares the Greek case with the Latin American ones. It seeks to contextualise the concept of revolution and understand its uses synchronically with the events taking as a vantage point the so-called European periphery which includes the Russian North and the Ottoman South of Europe, Russian society and revolutionaries themselves.

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https://dimensionsof1821.com/abstracts/#a-diall

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The Russian Empire and the Greek world: Local, European and global histories in the Age of Revolution

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