Entangled Histories of the Balkans - Volume One: National Ideologies and Language Policies

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BRILL, 2013 M07 15 - 568 páginas
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The authors in this volume seek to treat the modern history of the Balkans from a transnational and relational perspective in terms of shared and connected, as well as entangled, histories, transfers and crossings.
 

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What a waste of paper. The same old crap regurgitated ad naseum...
All other nations keep their language but Croatian is lumped together with Serbian, even today!
Enough already! Croats speak
Croatain and Vuk Draskovic was a Serbian propagandist who saw a way to justify the expansion plans of the political planners..."take their language, take their culture, talk their land".
....and the battle still continues with the continued nonsense I read here.
 

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Nations and National Ideologies in the Balkans
3
PreNational Identities in the Balkans
13
The Greek Question in Moldavia and Wallachia 16111863
67
BulgarianGreek DisEntanglements
149
Formulating and Reformulating Ottomanism
241
Macedonian Identity at the Crossroads of Greek Bulgarian and Serbian Nationalism
273
Section Two Languages and Language Policies in the Balkans
331
Languages and Language Policies in the Balkans
333
The Fate of SerboCroatian
341
The Standardization of the Macedonian Language and the BulgarianMacedonian Linguistic Controversies
419
Contexts and Priorities
489
Index
523
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