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Diana Mishkova
Marius Turda
Balazs Trencsenyi

Glossary of Key Terms Used for the Construction of Collective Identity

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The following glossary gives an orientation for the reader to trace the most important occurrences of notions, used for devising discourses of collective identity in the region, throughout the four volumes of our project. It contains the key cultural, political and institutional concepts and conceptual clusters, as well as the relevant ethnonyms. The abbreviations refer to the volume, the page and the original language of the excerpt [thus III/1/128–130 (Gre) refers to the occurrence of a term in an excerpt of a text originally written in Greek, which can be found in part 1 of vol. 3, on the pages indicated].

Alb – Albanian, Arm – Armenian, Bos – Bosnian, Bul – Bulgarian, Cro – Croatian, Cze – Czech, Eng – English, Fre – French, Ger – German, Gre – Greek, Hun – Hungarian, Ita – Italian, Mac – Macedonian, Pol – Polish, Rom – Romanian, Ser – Serbian, Ser-Cro – Serbo-Croatian, Slk – Slovak, Slv – Slovene, Tur – Turkish

Albania, Albanians, I/79 (Gre), I/121–124 (Alb), I/260–262 (Alb), I/3...

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