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Entangled interactions between religion and national consciousness in central and eastern Europe / edited by Yoko Aoshima.

Publication:
Boston : Academic Studies Press, [2020]
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (216 pages).
Series:
Lithuanian studies without borders.
Lithuanian studies without borders
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Subjects:
Nationalism -- Europe, Central -- History -- 19th century.
National characteristics, Central European.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This book elucidates the complicated relationship between religion and national consciousness in the modern world, highlighting various cases in Central and Eastern Europe. Though those analyses, the authors show how religion, far from disappearing, strongly impacted the emerging national consciousness. Starting with the pre-modern era in this region, the book examines the long-term transformation of religious, political, and social situations of the region. In addition, the book considers the impact of imperial powers, which tended to be linked with a universal religion. It finally sheds light on the multifaceted nature of nations in this region, which contributes to evoke a new vision of the historical transformation of the region that enriches the general theories of nationalism.
Contents:
Front matter
Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Uniate Martyr Josaphat and His Role as a Confessionalizing, Integrating, and Nationalizing Influence
Conversion and Culture in Russia’s Western Borderlands, 1800–55
Religion in the Rhetoric of the 1863–64 Uprising
Orthodox Christianity Emerging as an Ethical Principle in School Education in the 1860–70's
The Roman Catholic Clergy and the Notion of Lithuanian National Identity
The Nobility in the Lithuanian National Project in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century: The Approach of the Catholic Clergy
Praising Christ, Serving the Nation: The Ideology of the Catholic Newspaper Biełarus (1913–15)
Defining the Public Sphere through Cultural Boundaries: Creating a “Czech” National Society in Nineteenth-Century Bohemia
“Building” Nationalism: St. Elisabeth’s Church in Lemberg
Local Governance and Religion in the Kingdom of Poland, 1905–14: Multireligious Relief Actions for Unemployed Workers in Łódź
Max Weber and Eastern Europe: The Religious Background to Modern Nationalism
Index
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Aoshima, Yoko, editor.
ISBN:
1-64469-357-7
OCLC:
1175911874
Publisher Number:
10.1515/9781644693575 doi