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The Resource Do the Balkans begin in Vienna? : the geopolitical and imaginary borders between the Balkans and Europe, Ana Foteva

Do the Balkans begin in Vienna? : the geopolitical and imaginary borders between the Balkans and Europe, Ana Foteva

Label
Do the Balkans begin in Vienna? : the geopolitical and imaginary borders between the Balkans and Europe
Title
Do the Balkans begin in Vienna?
Title remainder
the geopolitical and imaginary borders between the Balkans and Europe
Statement of responsibility
Ana Foteva
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Foteva, Ana
Dewey number
327.49604
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Austrian culture,
Series volume
volume 47
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  • Balkan Peninsula
  • Europe, Western
  • Balkan Peninsula
  • Europe, Western
  • Borderlands
  • Borderlands
  • Geopolitics
  • Geopolitics
  • Balkan Peninsula
  • Europe, Western
Label
Do the Balkans begin in Vienna? : the geopolitical and imaginary borders between the Balkans and Europe, Ana Foteva
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
The Balkans between imagination and geopolitics -- Traditions constituting european identity -- Geographical, geopolitical, and cultural borders of the Balkans -- Colonial/imperial legacies and postcolonial struggles -- Setting the stage for the current project -- 1. Travelogues of war and travelogues of peace -- Black lamb and grey falcon : the south Slavs and the "imperial" West -- Balkan ghosts : the Balkans as a wormhole of space-time -- Milo Dor's larger homeland : a paradigm for an inclusive Europe -- Once again for Thucydides : narrative islands of peace amidst of war -- 2. Serbia : the country between the West and the East -- Serbian identity between conflicting ottoman, habsburg, and Slavic Orthodox influences -- the role of the theatre in the construction of national identity -- Vojvodina in the age of linguistic misunderstanding -- Modernizing Western influences threaten to change Ottoman Serbia -- Creating the nation in the revolutionary turmoil of 1848 -- 3. Bosnia and Herzegovina : the country of multiple belonging or the place where Orient and Occident face each other -- Colonialism and imperialism in Bosnia and in the Balkans -- Bosnia's "uncanny" geography : the sense of national identity -- The conflict between Habsburg supranational and local national identity -- Politics in Bosnia -- Habsburg resonances in the former Yugoslav and present day Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Badger in court : dialogue of misunderstanding between the subaltern and the colonizer -- Ivo Andric and the Habsburg language politics for Bosnia -- The bridge on the Drina : a narrative of consolidation or disintegration? -- Literary reception and political interpretations of Andric's fiction -- Not a clash of civilizations, but a war between nations -- 4. Slovenia and Croatia : Central Europe between the Balkans and Europe -- The Slovenian and Croatian national paradigms in the Habsburg period -- Habsburg versus national identity -- Arabella : nineteenth century Slavonia as a utopian chronotopos of an ideal future society -- The Radetkzy March : Habsburg identity between irony and utopia -- 5. The Balkans as prolific topic in Western European media -- The beginning of hostilities between Serbia and austria-Hungary -- Serbian diary : war between a nation of engineers, painters, and poets and a nation of peasants -- The last days of mankind : drama as a high court of justice -- The Austrian spectators become actors in the theater of the First World War -- Voyage by dugout : the Balkans as a dystopian utopia -- The Balkans in the axis of utopia and dystopia -- 6. Political myth and memory in the Habsburg monarchy and in the Balkans -- Joseph Roth's ambivalent reminiscence of the Habsburg myth -- Tito and me : a late poetic resistance to idolatry from Habsburg to Tito and beyond -- What has remained of the Balkans?
Control code
ocn880235494
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (pages cm)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781453909706
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)880235494
Label
Do the Balkans begin in Vienna? : the geopolitical and imaginary borders between the Balkans and Europe, Ana Foteva
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
The Balkans between imagination and geopolitics -- Traditions constituting european identity -- Geographical, geopolitical, and cultural borders of the Balkans -- Colonial/imperial legacies and postcolonial struggles -- Setting the stage for the current project -- 1. Travelogues of war and travelogues of peace -- Black lamb and grey falcon : the south Slavs and the "imperial" West -- Balkan ghosts : the Balkans as a wormhole of space-time -- Milo Dor's larger homeland : a paradigm for an inclusive Europe -- Once again for Thucydides : narrative islands of peace amidst of war -- 2. Serbia : the country between the West and the East -- Serbian identity between conflicting ottoman, habsburg, and Slavic Orthodox influences -- the role of the theatre in the construction of national identity -- Vojvodina in the age of linguistic misunderstanding -- Modernizing Western influences threaten to change Ottoman Serbia -- Creating the nation in the revolutionary turmoil of 1848 -- 3. Bosnia and Herzegovina : the country of multiple belonging or the place where Orient and Occident face each other -- Colonialism and imperialism in Bosnia and in the Balkans -- Bosnia's "uncanny" geography : the sense of national identity -- The conflict between Habsburg supranational and local national identity -- Politics in Bosnia -- Habsburg resonances in the former Yugoslav and present day Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Badger in court : dialogue of misunderstanding between the subaltern and the colonizer -- Ivo Andric and the Habsburg language politics for Bosnia -- The bridge on the Drina : a narrative of consolidation or disintegration? -- Literary reception and political interpretations of Andric's fiction -- Not a clash of civilizations, but a war between nations -- 4. Slovenia and Croatia : Central Europe between the Balkans and Europe -- The Slovenian and Croatian national paradigms in the Habsburg period -- Habsburg versus national identity -- Arabella : nineteenth century Slavonia as a utopian chronotopos of an ideal future society -- The Radetkzy March : Habsburg identity between irony and utopia -- 5. The Balkans as prolific topic in Western European media -- The beginning of hostilities between Serbia and austria-Hungary -- Serbian diary : war between a nation of engineers, painters, and poets and a nation of peasants -- The last days of mankind : drama as a high court of justice -- The Austrian spectators become actors in the theater of the First World War -- Voyage by dugout : the Balkans as a dystopian utopia -- The Balkans in the axis of utopia and dystopia -- 6. Political myth and memory in the Habsburg monarchy and in the Balkans -- Joseph Roth's ambivalent reminiscence of the Habsburg myth -- Tito and me : a late poetic resistance to idolatry from Habsburg to Tito and beyond -- What has remained of the Balkans?
Control code
ocn880235494
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (pages cm)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781453909706
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)880235494

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