By Michael Dietler
During the 1st millennium BCE, complicated encounters of Phoenician and Greek colonists with natives of the Iberian Peninsula reworked the area and inspired the total background of the Mediterranean.
One of the 1st books on those encounters to seem in English, this quantity brings jointly a multinational staff of participants to discover old Iberia’s colonies and indigenous societies, in addition to the comparative examine of colonialism. those scholars—from more than a few disciplines together with classics, heritage, anthropology, and archaeology—address such subject matters as alternate and intake, altering city landscapes, cultural alterations, and the ways that those concerns performed out within the Greek and Phoenician imaginations. Situating historic Iberia inside Mediterranean colonial historical past and developing a theoretical framework for drawing close encounters among colonists and natives, those stories exemplify the hot highbrow vistas opened through the engagement of colonial experiences with Iberian history.
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Aquilué et al. 2002; Marcet and Sanmartí-Grego 1989; Rouillard 1991:244–81; Sanmartí-Grego 1992. Rouillard 1991. See Osuna et al. 2000; Rouillard, chapter 5 in this volume. See Bresson and Rouillard 1993; Rouillard 1991, and chapter 5 in this volume. Sanmartí-Grego 1992:29. See Domínguez 2002; Rouillard 1991, and chapter 5 in this volume. See Badie et al. ; Rouillard, chapter 5 in this volume. See Rouillard, chapter 5 . Primarily Bats 1998, 2000. Gras 2000; Py 1995. Dietler 1997, 2005b, 2007b; Py 1993.
My own pragmatic preference is to reserve the word imperialism to indicate an ideology or discourse that motivates and legitimizes practices of expansionary domination by one society over another. I use the word colonization to indicate the act of imposing political domination over foreign territory and people, and use founding colonies to denote the act of establishing new settlements of colonists in alien lands, whether or not this is accompanied by colonization. This also implies that I use the word colony in a sense that is both far narrower than its nineteenth- and twentieth-century usage and broader than its original Latin meaning.
I do not harbor a futile pedantic desire to establish a semantic orthodoxy or to impose my definitions on the other authors in this book (in any case, rapid perusal of even a few chapters will make it abundantly clear that this has not happened 67). Rather, definitions are of concern for two reasons. First, these are all terms about which there is general consensus regarding their importance yet little agreement about their precise definition. 68 The contributors to this volume obviously share in this terminological heterodoxy.