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We, the People

Politics of National Peculiarity in Southeastern Europe

Analyzes the processes of nation-building in nineteenth and early-twentieth-century south-eastern Europe. A product of transnational comparative teamwork, this collection represents a coordinated interpretation based on ten varied academic cultures and traditions.

The originality of the approach lies in a combination of three factors: [a] seeing nation-building as a process that is to a large extent driven by intellectuals and writers, rather than just a side effect of infrastructural ...

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  • Éditeur : Central European University Press
  • Collection : CEUP collection
  • Lieu d’édition : Budapest
  • Année d’édition : 2009
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 23 janvier 2013
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9789639776289
  • EAN électronique : 9786155211669
  • Nombre de pages : 392 p.

Part I. Ethnos and Citizens: Versions of Cultural-Political Construction of Identity

Kinga-Koretta Sata
The People Incorporated

Constructions of the Nation in Transylvanian Romanian Liberalism, 1838–1848

Tchavdar Marinov
We, the Macedonians

The Paths of Macedonian Supra-Nationalism (1878–1912)

Balázs Trencsényi
History and Character

Visions of National Peculiarity in the Romanian Political Discourse of the 19th Century

Part II. Nationalization of Sciences and the Definitions of the Folk

Desislava Lilova
Barbarians, Civilized People and Bulgarians

Definition of Identity in Textbooks and the Press (1830–1878)

Levente T. Szabó
Narrating “the People” and “Disciplining” the Folk

The Constitution of the Hungarian Ethnographic Discipline and the Touristic Movements (1870–1900)

Stefan Detchev
Who are the Bulgarians?

“Race,” Science and Politics in Fin-de-siècle Bulgaria

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