内なる東洋:近代ブルガリアのイスラム教徒少数民族と国民国家の模索<br>The Orient within : Muslim Minorities and the Negotiation of Nationhood in Modern Bulgaria

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内なる東洋:近代ブルガリアのイスラム教徒少数民族と国民国家の模索
The Orient within : Muslim Minorities and the Negotiation of Nationhood in Modern Bulgaria

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 264 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780801441325
  • DDC分類 305.69709499

基本説明

Explores how Muslim minorities were integral to Bulgaria's struggle to extricate itself from its Ottoman past and develop a national identity, a process complicated by its geographic and historical positioning between evolving and imagined parameters of East and West.

Full Description


Bulgaria is a Slavic nation, Orthodox in faith but with a sizable Muslim minority. That minority is divided into various ethnic groups, including the most numerically significant Turks and the so-called Pomaks, Bulgarian-speaking men and women who have converted to Islam. Mary Neuburger explores how Muslim minorities were integral to Bulgaria's struggle to extricate itself from its Ottoman past and develop a national identity, a process complicated by its geographic and historical positioning between evolving and imagined parameters of East and West. The Orient Within examines the Slavic majority's efforts to conceptualize and manage Turkish and Pomak identities and bodies through gendered dress practices, renaming of people and places, and land reclamation projects. Neuburger shows that the relationship between Muslims and the Bulgarian majority has run the gamut from accommodation to forced removal to total assimilation from 1878, when Bulgaria acquired autonomy from the Ottoman Empire, to 1989, when Bulgaria's Communist dictatorship collapsed. Neuburger subjects the concept of Orientalism to an important critique, showing its relevance and complexity in the Bulgarian context, where national identity and modernity were brokered in the shadow of Western Europe, Russia/USSR, and Turkey.

Table of Contents

Illustrations                                      ix
Preface xi
A Note on Transliteration, Translation, and xv
Sources
Introduction 1 (17)
1. The Bulgarian Figure in the Ottoman Carpet: 18 (37)
Untangling Nation from Empire
2. Muslim Rebirth: Nationalism, Communism, and 55 (30)
the Path to 1984
3. Under the Fez and the Foreskin: Modernity 85 (31)
and the Mapping of Muslim Manhood
4. The Citizen behind the Veil: National 116(26)
Imperatives and the Re-dressing of Muslim Women
5. A Muslim by Any "Other" Name: The Power of 142(27)
Naming and Renaming
6. On What Grounds the Nation?: Parcels of Land 169(28)
and Meaning
Conclusion 197(6)
Bibliography 203(14)
Index 217