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From believers to compatriots: the case of Vojvodovo, a 'Czech' village in Bulgaria

Citace: [] JAKOUBEK, M. From believers to compatriots: the case of Vojvodovo, a 'Czech' village in Bulgaria. Nations and Nationalism, 2010, roč. 16, č. 4, s. 675-695. ISSN: 1354-5078
Druh: ČLÁNEK
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: From believers to compatriots: the case of Vojvodovo, a 'Czech' village in Bulgaria
Rok vydání: 2010
Místo konání: b.m.
Název zdroje: b.n.
Autoři: PhDr. Mgr. Marek Jakoubek Ph.D.
Abstrakt CZ: Článek se zabývá transformací identity obyvatel Vojvodova v letech 1900-1950
Abstrakt EN: The subject matter of this study emerged from a hypothesis that the members of emigrant groups who left the Czech lands before the period of ´national revival´, had not originally shared Czech national culture/identity which was created only after their departure and transmitted to the ´Czechs abroad´ within the scope of so-called fellow-countryman care executed by the Czechoslovak Republic in the interwar period. The basis of our hypothesis concerns a constructivist concept of nation which we consider more appropriate for examining fellow-countryman communities than the primordialist theoretical approach which had constituted the very base for Czech ethnography having fellow-countrymen as one of its central subjects before the Velvet Revolution. We will apply the concept while examining fellow-countrymen in Vojvodovo, a village in North-East Bulgaria, and, more fundamentally, while analyzing and describing processes of cultural change taking place in the Vojvodovo community in connection to the spread of nationalist ideology.
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