Rampart nations : bulwark myths of East European multiconfessional societies in the age of nationalism / edited by Liliya Berezhnaya and Heidi Hein-Kircher.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks; New perspectives on Central and Eastern European studies ; volume 1Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (viii, 406 pages) : illustrations, mapsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1789201489; 9781789201482Subject(s): National characteristics, East European | Group identity -- Europe, Eastern | Ethnicity -- Europe, Eastern | Religious pluralism -- Europe, Eastern | Nationalism -- Europe, Eastern | National security -- Social aspects -- Europe, EasternAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Rampart nations.DDC classification: 947 LOC classification: DJK26.5 | .R36 2019Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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"The "bulwark" or antemurale myth--whereby a region is imagined as a defensive barrier against a dangerous Other--has been a persistent strand in the development of Eastern European nationalisms. While historical studies of the topic have typically focused on clashes and overlaps between sociocultural and religious formations, Rampart Nations delves deeper to uncover the mutual transfers and multi-sided national and interconfessional conflicts that helped to spread bulwark myths through Europe's eastern periphery over several centuries. Ranging from art history to theology to political science, this volume offers new ways of understanding the political, social, and religious forces that continue to shape identity in Eastern Europe"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: constructing a rampart nation : conceptual framework / Liliya Berezhnaya and Heidi Hein-Kircher -- The origins of Antemurale Christianitatis myths : remarks on the promotion of a political concept / Kerstin Weiand -- Not a bulwark, but a part of the larger Catholic community : the Romanian Greek Catholic Church in Transylvania (1700-1850) / Ciprian Ghisa -- Securitizing the Polish bulwark : the mission of Lviv in Polish travel guides during the late 19th and early 20th centuries / Heidi Hein-Kircher -- Ghetto as an "inner Antemurale"? Debates on exclusion, integration, and identity in Galicia in the nineteenth and early twentieth century / Jurgen Heyde -- Holy ground and bulwark against "the other" : the (re- )construction of an orthodox Crimea in the 19th-century Russian Empire / Kerstin Jobst -- Bastions of faith in the oceans of ambiguities : monasteries in the East European borderlands (late 19th-beginning of the 20th centuries) / Liliya Berezhnaya -- "The Turkish wall" : Turkey as an anti-communist and anti-Russian bulwark in the 20th century / Zaur Gasimov -- Why didn't the Antemurale historical mythology develop in early 19th-century Ukraine? / Volodymyr Kravchenko -- Translating the border(s) in a multilingual and multiethnic society : Antemurale myths in Polish and Ukrainian schoolbooks of the Habsburg monarchy / Philipp Hofeneder -- Mediating the Antemurale myth in East Central Europe : religion and politics in modern geographers' entangled lives and maps / Steven Seegel -- Bulwarks of anti-Bolshevism : Russophobic polemic of the Christian right in Poland and Hungary in the interwar years and their roots in the 19th century / Paul Srodecki -- Defenders of the Russian land : Viktor Vasnetsov's "warriors" and Russia's bulwark myth / Stephen M. Norris -- Antemurale thinking as historical myth and ethnic boundary mechanism / Pal Kolsto -- Concluding thoughts on Central and Eastern European bulwark rhetoric in the 21st century / Paul Srodecki.
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