Panslavism and national identity in Russia and in the Balkans, 1830-1880: images of the self and others
Panslavism and National Identityexamines the emergence of Panslavic postulates over the course of three events: the 1848 Slav Congress in Prague, the Ethnographic Exhibition in conjunction with the 1867 Slav Congress in Moscow; and the resurgence of Panslav solidarity during the 1875-78 uprising in Bosnia-Hercegovnia. As an aspect of the Slav national revival, Panslavism evolved as a unifying relational event stressing the historical and cultural continuum; however, the Panslav aspirations were often interpreted as a new threat to the established balance of powers in Europe.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Panslavic Aspirations and the Prague Slav Congress of 1848
Slavophil and Panslavic Aspirations in Russia 18301880
4 other sections not shown
Aksakov aspirations Austria-Hungary Bakunin Balkan Belgrade Bodianskyi Bosnia Bosnia and Hercegovina cause Cherniaev Christian Committee Congress in Prague Croatian Czech delegates Diary Dostoevskii Eastern Question Emperor entitled Ethnographic Exhibit Europe European evaluation Evans fighting Frantisek Palacky German Gladstone Granovskii Hercegovina Herder's Herzen historian historical Hungary idea intellectuals Istorija journal Karadzic Khomiakov Kollar leaders liberation literary reciprocity Ljudevit Gaj ln addition Ludovit Stur Matica Matica srpska Metropolitan Mihailo military Montenegro Moreover Moscow University Moslem national revival Nevesinje Novi Sad Occupation Bosniens Omladina oppression Palacky Panslavic Pasha Pelagic Pelagic's Petersburg poem Pogodin political population Prague Prague Slav Congress published Russian Russian volunteers Safarik Samarin scholars Serbian-Turkish Serbs Sevcenko Skerlic Slavianofil'stvo Slavic languages Slavic nations Slavophils Slovak social society South Slavs srpska Stur Subotic thought Tsimbaev Turkey Turkish Turks Ukrainian United Serbian Youth uprising in Bosnia-Hercegovina Uspenskii Western Writer wrote young