Rampart Nations: Bulwark Myths of East European Multiconfessional Societies in the Age of Nationalism

Intro -- Rampart Nations -- Copyright -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on Transliteration and Toponyms -- Part I - Background -- Introduction - Constructing a Rampart Nation: Conceptual Framework -- Chapter 1 - The Origins of Antemurale Christianitis Myths: Remarks on the Pr...

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Main Author: Berežnaja, Lilija 1971-
Contributors: Hein-Kircher, Heidi 1969- (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: New York, NY Berghahn Books, Incorporated 2019
Series/Journal:New Perspectives on Central and Eastern European Studies v.1
Further subjects:B Group identity ; Europe, Eastern
B National characteristics, East European
B Electronic books
B Ethnicity ; Europe, Eastern
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Parallel Edition:Print version: Berezhnaya, Liliya: Rampart Nations : Bulwark Myths of East European Multiconfessional Societies in the Age of Nationalism. - New York, NY : Berghahn Books, Incorporated,c2019. - 9781789201475
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Summary:Intro -- Rampart Nations -- Copyright -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on Transliteration and Toponyms -- Part I - Background -- Introduction - Constructing a Rampart Nation: Conceptual Framework -- Chapter 1 - The Origins of Antemurale Christianitis Myths: Remarks on the Promotion of a Political Concept -- Part II - (De-)Sacralizing and Nationalizing Borderlands -- Chapter 2 - Not a Bulwark, but a Part of the Larger Catholic Community: The Romanian Greek Catholic Church in Transylvania (1700-1850) -- Chapter 3 - Securitizing the Polish Bulwark: The Mission of Lviv in Polish Travel Guides during the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries -- Chapter 4 - Ghetto as an "Inner Antemurale"? Debates on Exclusion, Integration, and Identity in Galicia in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries -- Chapter 5 - Holy Ground and a Bulwark against "the Other": The (Re)Construction of an Orthodox Crimea in the Nineteenth-Century Russian Empire -- Chapter 6 - Bastions of Faith in the Oceans of Ambiguities: Monasteries in the East European Borderlands (Late Nineteenth-Beginning of the Twentieth Century) -- Chapter 7 - "The Turkish Wall": Turkey as an Anti-Communist and Anti-Russian Bulwark in the Twentieth Century -- Part III - Promoting Antemurale Discourses -- Chapter 8 - Why Didn't the Antemurale Historical Mythology Develop in Early Nineteenth-Century Ukraine? -- Chapter 9 - Translating the Border(s) in a Multlingual and Multiethnic Society: Antemurale Myths in Polish and Ukrainian Schoolbooks of the Habsburg Monarchy -- Chapter 10 - Mediating the Antemurale Myth in East Central Europe: Religion and Politics in Modern Geographers' Entangled Lives and Maps
Chapter 11 - Bulwarks of Anti-Bolshevism: Russophobic Polemic of the Christian Right in Poland and Hungary in the Interwar Years and Their Roots in the Nineteenth Century -- Chapter 12 - Defenders of the Russian Land: Viktor Vasnetsov's Warriors and Russia's Bulwark Myth -- Part IV - Reflections on the Bulwark Myths Today -- Chapter 13 - Antemurale Thinking as Historical Myth and Ethnic Boundary Mechanism -- Chapter 14 - Concluding Thoughts on Central and Eastern European Bulwark Rhetoric in the Twenty-First Century -- Index
ISBN:1789201489