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Imagined empires : tracing imperial nationalism in Eastern and Southeastern Europe

Imagined empires : tracing imperial nationalism in Eastern and Southeastern Europe

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Stamatopoulos, Dēmētrios, 1969-, editor.
Title Statement
Imagined empires : tracing imperial nationalism in Eastern and Southeastern Europe / edited by Dimitris Stamatopoulos.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Budapest ;   New York :   Central European University Press,   2021.  
Physical Medium
309 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9789633861776 (hardback) 9789633861783 (pdf)
요약
"The Balkans offer classic examples of how empires imagine they can transform themselves into national states (Ottomanism) and how nation-states project themselves into future empires (as with the Greek "Great Idea" and the Serbian "Načertaniye"). By examining the interaction between these two aspirations this volume sheds light on the ideological prerequisites for the emergence of Balkan nationalisms. With a balance between historical and literary contributions, the focus is on the ideological hybridity of the new national identities and on the effects of "imperial nationalisms" on the emerging Balkan nationalisms. The authors of the twelve essays reveal the relation between empire and nation-state, proceeding from the observation that many of the new nation-states acquired some imperial features and behaved as empires. This original and stimulating approach reveals the imperialistic nature of so-called ethnic or cultural nationalism"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Nationalism --Balkan Peninsula --History. National characteristics, Balkan. Religion and state --Balkan Peninsula --History. Imperialism.
Subject Added Entry-Geographic Name
Balkan Peninsula --Ethnic relations --History.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
520 ▼a "The Balkans offer classic examples of how empires imagine they can transform themselves into national states (Ottomanism) and how nation-states project themselves into future empires (as with the Greek "Great Idea" and the Serbian "Načertaniye"). By examining the interaction between these two aspirations this volume sheds light on the ideological prerequisites for the emergence of Balkan nationalisms. With a balance between historical and literary contributions, the focus is on the ideological hybridity of the new national identities and on the effects of "imperial nationalisms" on the emerging Balkan nationalisms. The authors of the twelve essays reveal the relation between empire and nation-state, proceeding from the observation that many of the new nation-states acquired some imperial features and behaved as empires. This original and stimulating approach reveals the imperialistic nature of so-called ethnic or cultural nationalism"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
650 0 ▼a Nationalism ▼z Balkan Peninsula ▼x History.
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650 0 ▼a Religion and state ▼z Balkan Peninsula ▼x History.
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651 0 ▼a Balkan Peninsula ▼x Foreign relations ▼x History.
651 0 ▼a Balkan Peninsula ▼x Politics and government.
651 0 ▼a Turkey ▼x History ▼y Ottoman Empire, 1288-1918.
700 1 ▼a Stamatopoulos, Dēmētrios, ▼d 1969-, ▼e editor.
945 ▼a KLPA

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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction

Dimitris Stamatopoulos



Part I: The Ottoman Empires



1. Prelates Weeping on Demand, Prelates Nationalists, Prelates Janissaries: Instrumentalist Discourses and Power Entanglements of the Christian Orthodox Clerical Elites in the Late Ottoman Empire

Dimitris Stamatopoulos



2. Hellenizing the Empire through Historiography: Pavlos Karolidis and Greek Historical Writing in the Late Ottoman Empire

Fujinami Nobuyoshi



3. International Crisis and Empire: Muslim and Jewish Solidarity with the Ottoman Imperial Ideal in the Greek-Ottoman War of 1897

Ariadni Moutafidou



Part II: The Balkan Empires



4. Imaging Empire and the Collective Memory in Serbia, 1908-1914

Bogdan Trifunovic



5. An Attractive Enemy: The Conquest of Constantinople in Bulgarian Imagery

Nikolay Aretov



6. "Turkish Illyrians" or Bulgarians/Serbs? Ottoman South Slavs within the Croatian and Bulgarian National Models (1830s-1840s)

Naoum Kaytchev



Part III: Eastern Slavic Empires



7. Russia in Serbian and Bulgarian National Mythologies until the First World War

Magdalena Zakowska



8. The Russian View on Balkan Nationalism (1878-1914)

Lora Gerd



9. How to build a Holy City: "New Romes" and "New Jerusalems" in the 16th-18th Century Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

Liliya Berezhnaya



Part IV: Ottoman Utopias and Dystopias



10. Balkan Nationalisms against the Oriental Empire: Balkan National Poetry and the Disavowal of a Literary System

Maro Kalanztopoulou



11. Differing Perceptions of Ottoman Rule in the Bulgarian Ethnic Narrative of the Revival

Eleonora Naxidou



12. Against the Imperial Past: The Perception of the Turk and Greek "Enemy" in the Albanian National Identity-building Process

Konstantinos Giakoumis



List of Contributors

Index

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