Table of contents for Fields of wheat, hills of blood : passages to nationhood in Greek Macedonia, 1870-1990 / Anastasia N. Karakasidou.
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Pt. I: Constructing Visions of the Historical Past: The Politics of Reading, Writing, and Telling of History
1: Between Oral Memory and Written History: Re-Membering the Past
2: Exchanging Identities: The Makings of the Guvezna Market Community
3: Converging Frontiers of Greek and Bulgarian Nationalism: Religious Propaganda, Educational Competition, and National Enlightenment in Macedonia, 1870-1903
4: The Macedonian Struggle in Guvezna: Violence, Terror, and the Scepter of National Liberation, 1903-1908
Pt. II: Class Reformation and National Homogenization: Processes of Consolidation and Change Following the Advent of Greek Rule
5: Crossing the Moving Frontier: Group Formation and Social Closure in the Era of Refugee Settlement, 1922-1940
6: Administering the "New Lands" of Greek Macedonia: Class Reformation and National Homogenization, 1913-1940
7: Sponsoring Passages to Nationhood: Material and Spiritual Patronage in Assiros
Conclusion: Reconstructing the Passages of Nationhood
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Assiros Region (Greece) History 19th century, Assiros Region (Greece) History 20th century, Ethnohistory Greece Assiros Region, Nationalism Greece Macedonia 19th century, Nationalism Greece Macedonia 20th century