Search for dissertations about: "Grekland"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 20 swedish dissertations containing the word Grekland.

  1. 1. Battlefields of memory The Macedonian conflict and Greek historical culture

    University dissertation from Umeå : Institutionen för idé- och samhällsstudier, Umeå universitet

    Author : Erik Sjöberg; Umeå universitet.; [2011]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Greece; history; 20th century; historical culture; uses of history; Macedonian question; historiography; nationalism; genocide; identity politics; Grekland; historia; 1900-talet; historiekultur; historiebruk; den makedonska frågan; historiografi; nationalism; folkmord; identitetspolitik; historia; History;

    Abstract : In 1991, a diplomatic controversy arose between Greece and the newly independent Republic of Macedonia, regarding naming, minority rights and the use of historical symbols. The claims of the new state to the name Macedonia and the historical heritage associated with it were perceived as a threat against Greek national identity and history itself. READ MORE

  2. 2. Women and worship at Philippi : : Diana/Artemis, and other cults in the early Christian era

    University dissertation from Portland : Astarte Shell Press

    Author : Valerie A. Abrahamsen; Uppsala universitet.; [1995]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Women and religion; Greece; Philippi Extinct city ; Goddesses; Greek; Greece; Philippi Extinct city ; Cults; Greece; Philippi Extinct city ; Excavations Archaeology ; Greece; Philippi Extinct city ; Women in Christianity; Religion; Kvinnor; Filippi; Grekland; Kvinnor; Filippi; Religion;

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  3. 3. Farming the land in Late Antiquity : the case of Berbati in the Northeastern Peloponnese

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Stockholm University

    Author : Jenni Hjohlman; Stockholms universitet.; [2002]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Lantbruk; historia; Grekland; Peloponnesos; 500-talet; 600-talet; Grekland; fornlämningar; Berbati; Pyrgouthi;

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  4. 4. Psychê : själens antropologi i det antika Grekland

    University dissertation from CTR

    Author : Anna Törngren; [2008]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; kleos; psychê; history of greek writing; philossophy; oral tradition; immortality; myth; death; Homer; Plato;

    Abstract : The subject of the thesis is the psych, a Greek word whose closest equivalent is the Swedish ?sjl?, the English ?soul?, the French ?me? and the German ?Seele?. The meanings of these words are far from being the same. What is more, the Greek psych has shifting meanings, both synchronically and diachronically speaking. READ MORE

  5. 5. Weeping for the res publica : Tears in Roman political culture

    University dissertation from CTR

    Author : Johan Vekselius; Lund University.; Lunds universitet.; [2018-04-06]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Antikens och forntidens historia; Antikens Rom; Romersk historia; Romerska riket; Kejsare; Tårar; Sorg; Gråt; känslohistoria; känslostudier; känslodisciplinering; Känslor; Latinsk litteratur; Grekisk litteratur; Antiken; Dygder och Laster; Dygder; Retorik; Historieskrivning; Talekonst; CIcero; Seneca; Tacitus; Livius; Antikens Grekland; Klassisk grekiska; Den romerska republiken; Kejsartid; Latinsk historieskrivning; Grekisk historieskrivning; Antikens historia; Antikens kultur och samhällsiv; Begravningar; Rome; Ancient Rome; Late Republican Rome; late Republic; Historiography; history of emotions; Tears; Weeping; Mourning; Virtues; Virtus; Pity; Clementia; Pietas; Oratory; Rhetoric; Cicero; Tacitus; Livy; The Roman Empire; The Roman Emperor; Latin historiography; Greek historiography; Grief; Ancient History; Classics; Ancient Greece; Funerals;

    Abstract : The thesis explores the meaning and function of tears in Roman political culture during the Republic and the Early Empire in various historical settings: mourning, the law court, and in different political contexts where power, authority, and subjection were expressed or exercised. This is carried through by reading representations of weeping in Greek and Latin literary works in different genres, written by different authors. READ MORE