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Muslim Land, Christian Labor : Transforming Ottoman Imperial Subjects into Bulgarian National Citizens, c. 1878-1939.

Author: Anna M Mirkova
Publisher: Budapest : Central European University LLC, 2017.
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This book tells the history of how Ottoman Muslim subjects became citizens of Balkan Christian nation-states. The analysis concentrates on southern Bulgaria, a region marked by shifting borders, competing Turkish and Bulgarian sovereignties, rival nationalisms, and migration. These kinds of problems accompanied to the disintegration of the dynastic empires into nation-states. The monograph demonstrates how local  Read more...
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Mirkova, Anna M.
Muslim Land, Christian Labor : Transforming Ottoman Imperial Subjects into Bulgarian National Citizens, c. 1878-1939.
Budapest : Central European University LLC, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anna M Mirkova
ISBN: 9789633861622 9633861624
OCLC Number: 1000454021
Description: 1 online resource (306 pages)
Contents: Cover ; Title page ; Copyright page ; Table of Contents; List of Maps, Tables, and Illustrations; Acknowledgements; List of Key Ottoman Turkish and Bulgarian Terms; Note on Names, Transliterations, and Dates; Introduction; Chapter One: The Eastern Crisis, Russia's "Civilizing Mission" in the Balkans, and the Emergence of Eastern Rumelia; Chapter Two: Repatriation, Postwar Reconstruction, and the Limits of Pluralismin Eastern Rumelia; Chapter Three: An Experiment in Pluralistic Governance: Emigration and the Emergence of National Politics. Chapter Four: Anchoring Unified Bulgaria on "Muslim" LandChapter Five: Muslim Land vs. Bulgarian Labor: The Cost of Building a Modern Capitalist Nation; Chapter Six : Land, Nation, Minority; Chapter Seven: Debating Community and Citizenship; Conclusion; Select Bibliography; Index; Back Cover.

Abstract:

This book tells the history of how Ottoman Muslim subjects became citizens of Balkan Christian nation-states. The analysis concentrates on southern Bulgaria, a region marked by shifting borders, competing Turkish and Bulgarian sovereignties, rival nationalisms, and migration. These kinds of problems accompanied to the disintegration of the dynastic empires into nation-states. The monograph demonstrates how local post-Ottoman constructions of capitalism engendered nation and citizenship. The analysis shows how land that belonged to Muslims-individually or communally-became symbolic and material.

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