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245 00 Beyond mosque, church, and state :|balternative narratives
of the nation in the Balkans /|cedited by Theodora
Dragostinova and Yana Hashamova.
264 1 Budapest ;|aNew York :|bCentral European University Press,
300 1 online resource
338 online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
504 Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 Part I. Historical dilemmas -- Emergence and historical
development of Muslim communities in the Ottoman Balkans :
historical and historiographical remarks / Nikolay Antov -
- From exorcism to historicism : the legacy of empire and
the pains of nation-making in the Balkans / Ipek K.
Yosmaoglu -- Patriotic publics : rethinking empire,
nationality, and the popular press in Ottoman and Habsburg
Bosnia / Edin Hajdarpasic -- In search of the Bulgarians :
mapping the nation through national classifications /
Theodora Dragostinova -- Faith and nation : politicians,
intellectuals, and the official recognition of a Muslim
nation in Tito's Yugoslavia / Brenna Miller -- The feeble
charm of national(ist) communism : intellectuals and
cultural politics in Zhizhkov's Bulgaria / Irina Gigova --
Part II. Contemporary debates -- E mos shikjoni kish e
xhamija (and look not to church and mosque) : how Albania
and Macedonia illuminate bosnia and bulgaria / Victor A.
Friedman -- Women between state and mosque : compliance or
agency? / Yana Hashamova -- (Post?)national portraits from
the postsocialist soundstage : three Bulgarian folkloric
productions of the 2000s / Donna A. Buchanan -- Who
brought Ataka to the political scene? : analysis of the
vote for Bulgaria's radical nationalists / Maria Popova --
Local governance in Bosnia : addressing ethno-nationally
and locally defined interests? / Paula M. Pickering.
520 2 "Ethnic diversity and national tensions in the Balkans
have long attracted the attention of the international
community of scholars and policy-makers who have tried to
understand how states, societies and people in the area
negotiate complex religious and ethno-national identities.
By exploring the development of these issues in Bulgaria
and Bosnia while also drawing parallels with Macedonia,
this volume uses the three most diversely populated areas
in the Balkans to engage complex questions. What
institutions of state building are capable of managing
diverse ethno-religious traditions and conflicting
national identities? How do people on the ground respond
to state-sponsored political projects at the local
community level? In what ways do studies of cultural
representations of ethno-national and religious conflicts
call attention to inequality and human rights violations?
How have studies of human rights problems in the Balkans
contributed to changes in international law? More
generally, what is the role of the humanities and social
sciences in developing a discourse on the subject of
conflict resolution and human rights? The volume engages
the question of ethno-national conflicts and identities
from three perspectives: historical interpretations of
national conflict and ethno-religious tensions in the
context of empire- and state-building; cultural debates as
reflected in the use of language and dance, film, and
media production and circulation as tools for nation-and
community-building; and current political controversies
over national resurgence and human rights both in the post
-Yugoslav War context and in connection to European Union
integration"--Provided by publisher.
650 0 Nationalism|zBalkan Peninsula|xHistory.
650 0 Nation-building|zBalkan Peninsula|xHistory.
650 0 Ethnicity|xPolitical aspects|zBalkan Peninsula|xHistory.
650 0 Identification (Religion)|xPolitical aspects|zBalkan
650 0 Ethnic conflict|zBalkan Peninsula|xHistory.
650 0 Human rights|zBalkan Peninsula|xHistory.
651 0 Balkan Peninsula|xEthnic relations|xPolitical aspects
651 0 Bulgaria|xEthnic relations|xPolitical aspects|xHistory.
651 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina|xEthnic relations|xPolitical
651 0 Macedonia|xEthnic relations|xPolitical aspects|xHistory.
655 4 Electronic books.
655 7 History.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628
700 1 Dragostinova, Theodora,|d1972-|eeditor.
700 1 Hashamova, Yana,|eeditor.
710 2 JSTOR|eissuing body.
776 08 |iPrint version:|tBeyond mosque, church, and state.
|dBudapest ; New York : Central European University Press,
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