Panslavism and national identity in Russia and in the Balkans, 1830-1880: images of the self and others

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East European Monographs, 1994 - History - 177 pages
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.

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