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Hochbaum Philipp

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Hochbaum Philipp
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Studii
 
Perioada: Octiombrie 2003 - Martie 2010
Institutia de invatamant: Universität Leipzig
Specializarea: Studii Religioase; Istoria Estului şi Sudestului Europei
Titlul obtinut la absolvire: Magister Artium
Istorie
"Von der Konfessionsgemeinschaft zu Nationen - die Banater Rumänen und Serben im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert"

 

Prof. Dr. univ. Rudolf Gräf
Articole prezentate
Perioada desfasurarii: 2011
Denumire conferinta: Cha(lle)nging Democracy at the Beginning of the 21st century
Institutia organizatoare: Universitates Babes-Bolyai
Titlu articol prezentat: The Bosniacs: Between Religion and Nationality?
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Cuvinte cheie: religion; national consciousness; Bosnia and Herzegovina
Abstract: The current interaction of both religious awareness and national consciousness among the Bosniacs is a result of two major processes. Given the identity management in former communist Yugoslavia, they were officially named “Bosnian Muslims” instead, a religious term being used to describe a national identity as well. A limited religious revival was initiated by the state to strengthen their ethno-national identity, but this process accelerated during the 1980s. In the context of the civil war from 1992 to 1995 the Bosnian Muslims, who now called themselves “Bosniacs”, were urged to find an own nationally defined position in dealing with Bosnian Serbs and Bosnian Croats. According to their political elite, Islam was supposed to play an important role in this self-determination process. Absorbing secular elements as well, they were given different perspectives on their own national positioning. These different positions keep on influencing the still ongoing process of forming of the Bosniacs´ national identity in postwar society. Furthermore, the shape of present Bosnian Islam is still not fully developed, given the recent turbulences of the civil war.
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Articole publicate
Revista/Volum: Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai - Europaea
Anul publicarii: 2012
Indexare BDI: http://www.ceeol.com/aspx/publicationdetails.aspx?publicationId=ae229005-2942-11d7-9885-000021fa9e2e
Titlu articol: Südosteuropa als Migrationsraum am Beispiel der serbischen Besiedlung des Habsburgerreichs bis zum 18. Jahrhundert
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Cuvinte cheie: migration, multiethnic societies, religion, modern national identities, re-projection of national identity
Abstract: South-Eastern Europe´s ethnic shape was highly influenced by migration throughout its history, which can be defined as a “migration history”. Probably the most important of them is the Serbian immigration to Southern Hungary, which was later to become Ottoman territory and – as a result of the Ottomans being defeated by Austria – part of the Habsburg Monarchy thereafter. Of outstanding importance is the Serbian Migration organized by patriarch Arsenije III. Čarnojević from 1690, also known as „The Great Migration“(Velika Seoba). With the Serbs also settling in Banat, this multiethnic region became an object of retroactive, ethnicity-based claims in modern Serbian and Romanian historiography. They both reproject ethnic differences and identities upon a population that was ethnically diverse, but not yet nationally differentiated according to contemporary criteria. ¬¬¬
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Institutia primitoare: Universität Leipzig
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De la: 01 Aprilie 2012
Pana la: 30 Septembrie 2012

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