This book provides an introductory survey to contemporary nationalism in East Central Europe. It examines the problem of nationalism in the region in the wake of the collapse of communism and attempts to place recent events within a historical context. The book contains selected essays devoted to specific countries as well as those covering nationalism on a regional basis. A further reading list is included to encourage a deeper probing into the problem of nationalism in East Central Europe.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 1995|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.02(d)|
Table of ContentsList of Tables - Preface - Notes on the Contributors - List of Abbreviations - The Problem of Definition: Nationalism, Nation and Nation-State; P.Latawski - Nationalism in East Central Europe: Old Wine in New Bottles?; W.Roszkowski - Empire, War and the Nation-State in East Central Europe; R.Pearson - Bulgarian Nationalism: Permutations on the Past; D.M.Perry - The Road to Separation: Nationalism in Czechoslovakia; J.Morison - Hungarian National Identity: Definition and Redefinition; R.A.Haynes - Nationalism in Poland; F.Millard - Nationalism and Nationality in Romania; M.Rady - Nationalism in the Former Yugoslavia; J.R.Lampe - What to Do About Nationalism?: The Recurring Dilemma of Western Policy in East Central Europe; P.Latawski - Further Reading - Index