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München : Oldenbourg Verlag, 2013
480 s. : il., faksimile ; 25 cm

ISBN 978-3-486-72296-3 (váz.)
Südosteuropäische Arbeiten ; 151
Obsahuje bibliografie a bibliografické odkazy
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Table of contents // I. Introduction... 7 // 1. Hannes Grandits, Ulf Brunnbauer // The Ambiguous Nation. Socialist and Post-Socialist Nation-Building in Southeastern Europe in Perspective... 9 // 2. Holm Sundhaussen // Ambiguities of "Natural”and “Artificial” Nations: Introductory Remarks ... 43 // II. Power Politics and Nation-Building... 55 // 3. Husnija Kamberovic // Between Muslimdom, Bosniandom, Yugoslavdom and Bosniakdom: // The Political Elite in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the late 1960s and early 1970s... 57 // 4. Admir Mulaosmanovic // The Identity Factory. Agrokomerc and the Population of the Bihacka Krajina . . 77 // 5. Ala §ve$ // Explaining Economy in the Transnistrian Regional Identity Project: // A Case Study... 103 // 6. Carna Brkovic // Ambiguous Notions of "National Self” in Montenegro ... 131 // III. The Role of Intellectuals... 151 // 7. Dženita Sarac Rujanac // Constructing the Nationalist Image and Confronting "Muslim nationalists”: // The Lawsuit against Muslim Intellectuals in Sarajevo in 1983... 153 // 8. Ermis Lafazanovski // The Intellectual as Place of Memory: Krste Petkov Misirkovs Role in the Macedonian and Moldovan National Movements... 179 // 9. Irena Stefoska // Nation, Education and Historiographic Narratives: The Case of the // Socialist Republic of Macedonia (1944-1990)... 195 // 5 // IV. Contested Memories and Histories... 231 // 10. Vladimir Dulovic // Mount Lovcen and Njegos between “Aleksandars Chapel” and // “Meštrovits Mausoleum
Symbolic Orientation and Re-orientation // in Montenegro in the Socialist Era... 233 // 11. Gabriela Welch // (Re-)Producing Spaces, Deriving Identities: Symbolic Appropriations // of World War Two Commemorations in the Republic of Moldova... 261 // 12. Ludmila D. Cojocaru // “Republica Moldova, Patria Mea!” The Moldovan Nation-Building Project // in Search of Reification and Legitimacy... 283 // 13. Saša Nedeljkovic // Local Memory and Identity Strategies of Montenegrin Immigrants in the Village ofLovcenacin Vojvodina... 307 // V. The Nation in Popular Culture and Arts... 329 // 14. Ivona Opetcheska Tatarcheska // Dance Culture and National Identity Politics in the Republic of Macedonia ... 331 // 15. RozitaDimova // The Poet in the “Biblical” Land: Etatisation of Art and Art Festivals in the Republic of Macedonia... 353 // 16. Lidija Vujacic // Building a Country’s Image Through Popular Culture: How Carnival Festivities and Music Events Have Redefined the Image of Montenegro... 371 // VI. Significations of the Nation... 389 // 17. Virgiliu Birlädeanu // From Bessarabia to the Republic of Moldova: Inventing, Constructing and Imagining National Spaces... 391 // 18. Iva Lucie // Making the “Nation” Visible: Socialist Census Policy in Bosnia // in the early 1970s... 423 // 19. Zarko Trajanoski // “National” Flags in the Republic of Macedonia... 449 // Contributors... 479 // 6

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