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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The Ancient World Under Contemporary Lens: Right Wing Extremists In France In 80s And 90s, Or, About The Instrumentalism Of Antiquity [o Mundo Antigo Visto Por Lentes Contemporâneas: As Extremas Direitas Na França Nas Décadas De 1980 E 90, Ou Da Instrumentalidade Da Antigüidade]|
|Author:||da Silva G.J.|
|Abstract:||This work analyses the uses of the ancient world by right-wing French extremists as means to establish comprehensions of the contemporary world, aiming at the legitimization of rights derived from origin. It proposes a reflection upon the role of the past in relation to the strategy games and identity affirmations based on the instrumentalization carried out by analyzed groups (GRECE, Front National and Terre et Peuple). This work was developed considering the premise that the Past, its writings and readings are powers and generate powers.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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