Myths and boundaries in south-eastern Europe / Pål Kolstø, editor.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Hurst & Co., ©2005.
Description
xi, 357 pages : illustrations (some color), map ; 22 cm

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Subject(s)
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Introduction: Assessing the role of historical myths in modern society / Pål Kolstø
  • The symbolic identity of Croatia in the triangle crossroads-bulwark-bridge / Ivo Žanić
  • The boundary on the Drina: the meaning and development of the mythologem / Ivo Goldstein
  • Bosnian historical reality and its reflection in myth / Srečko M. Džaja
  • The sanctification of enmity: churches and the construction of founding myths of Serbia and Croatia / Vjekoslav Perica
  • Adamant and treacherous: Serbian historians on religious conversions / Bojan Aleksov
  • The evolution of boundary: defining historical myths in Serbian academic and public opinion in the 1990s / Ana Antić
  • Between destiny and contingency: variations on historical narratives in the arts during the break-up of Yugoslavia / Zoran Terzić
  • Ancient nationhood and the struggle for statehood: historiographic myths in the Republic of Macedonia / Ulf Brunnbauer
  • Historical myths: the Bulgarian case of pride and prejudice / Albena Hranova.
ISBN
  • 185065767X ((hd. bd.))
  • 9781850657675 ((hd. bd.))
  • 1850657726 ((pbk.))
  • 9781850657729 ((pbk.))
OCLC
62314611
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