Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2016.
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Part I. Historical dilemmas
Emergence and historical development of Muslim communities in the Ottoman Balkans : historical and historiographical remarks / Nikolay Antov
From exorcism to historicism : the legacy of empire and the pains of nation-making in the Balkans / Ipek K. Yosmaoglu
Patriotic publics : rethinking empire, nationality, and the popular press in Ottoman and Habsburg Bosnia / Edin Hajdarpasic
In search of the Bulgarians : mapping the nation through national classifications / Theodora Dragostinova
Faith and nation : politicians, intellectuals, and the official recognition of a Muslim nation in Tito's Yugoslavia / Brenna Miller
The feeble charm of national(ist) communism : intellectuals and cultural politics in Zhizhkov's Bulgaria / Irina Gigova
Part II. Contemporary debates
E mos shikjoni kish e xhamija (and look not to church and mosque) : how Albania and Macedonia illuminate bosnia and bulgaria / Victor A. Friedman
Women between state and mosque : compliance or agency? / Yana Hashamova
(Post?)national portraits from the postsocialist soundstage : three Bulgarian folkloric productions of the 2000s / Donna A. Buchanan
Who brought Ataka to the political scene? : analysis of the vote for Bulgaria's radical nationalists / Maria Popova
Local governance in Bosnia : addressing ethno-nationally and locally defined interests? / Paula M. Pickering.
The book provides a textbook for upper level undergraduate and graduate courses on the Balkans, nationalism, state-building, and identity in a comparative European perspective. (source: Nielsen Book Data)