War and Citizenship: Enemy Aliens and National Belonging
from the French Revolution to the First World War by Daniela
Caglioti, past Member in the School of Historical Studies, was
published by Cambridge University Press on November 19,
The security of a nation and the safety of its
population versus the protection of constitutional liberties and
human rights is a quandary that arose in the aftermath of 9/11, but
it is not novel to the twenty-first century. Discrimination
“Who are you?” A simple question sometimes requires
a complex answer. When a Homeric hero is asked who he is (e.g.
Iliad 7.123 ff.), his answer consists of more than just
his name; he provides a list of his ancestors. The history of his
family is an...