Muslim Identity and the Balkan State

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Hugh Poulton, Suha Taji-Farouki
Hurst, 1997 - Balkan Peninsula - 250 pages
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Bogen er opdelt i en række artikler og essays med følgende overskrifter: Islam, Ethnicity and State in the Contemporary Balkans. Strategies for Sustaining a Vulnerable Identity: the Case of the Bulgarian Pomaks. From Religious Identity to Ethnic Mobilisation: the Turks of Bulgaria before, under and since Communism. Changing Notions of National Identity among Muslims in Thrace and Macedonia: Turks, Pomaks and Roma. The Muslim Population in FYROM (Macedonia): Public Perceptions. Islam, State and Society in Post-Communist Albania. The Kosovo Albanians: Ethnic Confrontation with the Slav State. The Sandzak: A Perspective of Serb-Muslim Relations. Turkey as Kin-state: Turkish Foreign Policy towards Turkish and Muslim Communities in the Balkans. Sustaining Turkish-Islamic Loyalities: the Diyanet in Western Europe. After Dayton

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