Table of contents for Conflicting loyalties in the Balkans : the great powers, the Ottoman Empire and nation-building / edited by Hannes Grandits, Nathalie Clayer and Robert Pichler.


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Introduction * Janus-Faced Europeanisation * Vagrants, Prostitutes and Bosnians: Making and Unmaking European Supremecy in Ottoman Southeast Europe -- Malte Furhmann * Schools for the Descruction of Society: School Propaganda in Bitola 1860-1912 -- Bernard Lory * Amateurs as Nation Builders? The Significance of Associations for the fomration and Nationalisation of Greek Society in the Nineteenth Century -- Ioannis Zelepos * Ambiguous Actors, Conflicting Strategies * The Dimensions of Confessionalisation in the Ottoman Balkans at the Time of Nationalisms -- Nathalie Clayer * Violent Social Disintegration: A Nation-Building Strategy in Late-Ottoman Herzegovina -- Hannes Grandits * In the Service of the Sultan, in the Service of the Revolution: Local Bulgarian Notables in the 1870s -- Alexander Vezenkov * Refrained Loyalties * The Mobilisation of the Ottoman Jewish Population during the Balkan Wars (1912-3) -- Eyal Ginio * Catholic Albanian Warriors for the Sultan in Late-Ottoman Kosovo -- Eva Anne Frantz * Elite Projects, Divergent Realities * Mission, Power and Violence: Serbia's National Turn -- Natasa Miskovic * Nationalism at (Symbolic) Work: Social Disintegration and the National Turn in Melnik and Stanimaka -- Galia Valtchinova * Conclusion




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Balkan Peninsula -- History.
Balkan Peninsula -- Social conditions.
Nation-building -- Balkan Peninsula -- History.
Balkan Peninsula -- Politics and government.
Nationalism -- Balkan Peninsula -- History.
Social change -- Balkan Peninsula -- History.
Balkan Peninsula -- Ethnic relations.
Turkey -- History -- Ottoman Empire, 1288-1918.