Do the Balkans begin in Vienna? : the geopolitical and imaginary borders between the Balkans and Europe / Ana Foteva.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Foteva, Ana, (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Peter Lang, [2014]
Series:Austrian culture ; v. 47.
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505 0 |a The Balkans between imagination and geopolitics -- Traditions constituting european identity -- Geographical, geopolitical, and cultural borders of the Balkans -- Colonial/imperial legacies and postcolonial struggles -- Setting the stage for the current project -- 1. Travelogues of war and travelogues of peace -- Black lamb and grey falcon : the south Slavs and the "imperial" West -- Balkan ghosts : the Balkans as a wormhole of space-time -- Milo Dor's larger homeland : a paradigm for an inclusive Europe -- Once again for Thucydides : narrative islands of peace amidst of war -- 2. Serbia : the country between the West and the East -- Serbian identity between conflicting ottoman, habsburg, and Slavic Orthodox influences -- the role of the theatre in the construction of national identity -- Vojvodina in the age of linguistic misunderstanding -- Modernizing Western influences threaten to change Ottoman Serbia -- Creating the nation in the revolutionary turmoil of 1848 -- 3. Bosnia and Herzegovina : the country of multiple belonging or the place where Orient and Occident face each other -- Colonialism and imperialism in Bosnia and in the Balkans -- Bosnia's "uncanny" geography : the sense of national identity -- The conflict between Habsburg supranational and local national identity -- Politics in Bosnia -- Habsburg resonances in the former Yugoslav and present day Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Badger in court : dialogue of misunderstanding between the subaltern and the colonizer -- Ivo Andric and the Habsburg language politics for Bosnia -- The bridge on the Drina : a narrative of consolidation or disintegration? -- Literary reception and political interpretations of Andric's fiction -- Not a clash of civilizations, but a war between nations -- 4. Slovenia and Croatia : Central Europe between the Balkans and Europe -- The Slovenian and Croatian national paradigms in the Habsburg period -- Habsburg versus national identity -- Arabella : nineteenth century Slavonia as a utopian chronotopos of an ideal future society -- The Radetkzy March : Habsburg identity between irony and utopia -- 5. The Balkans as prolific topic in Western European media -- The beginning of hostilities between Serbia and austria-Hungary -- Serbian diary : war between a nation of engineers, painters, and poets and a nation of peasants -- The last days of mankind : drama as a high court of justice -- The Austrian spectators become actors in the theater of the First World War -- Voyage by dugout : the Balkans as a dystopian utopia -- The Balkans in the axis of utopia and dystopia -- 6. Political myth and memory in the Habsburg monarchy and in the Balkans -- Joseph Roth's ambivalent reminiscence of the Habsburg myth -- Tito and me : a late poetic resistance to idolatry from Habsburg to Tito and beyond -- What has remained of the Balkans? 
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