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[Reading] ➶ Imagining the Balkans By Maria N. Todorova – Horsebackridingcolorado.us

Imagining the BalkansUn Renume De Trista Faima A Insotit Balcanii De A Lungul Acestui Secol Pentru Europa Occidentala, Regiunea N A Reprezentat Mai Mult Decat Un Butoi Cu Pulbere Si Totusi, In Ciuda Crizelor Periodice Care Au Strabatut Acest Spatiu, Imaginea Sa In Constiinta Europeana N A Fost Dintotdeauna Sumbra Vreme De Secole Balcanii Au Fost Priviti Ca Un Teritoriu Exotic Si Fascinant, Inzestrat Cu Intregul Farmec Al Orientului.Maria Todorova, Cercetatoare Americana De Origine Bulgara, Analizeaza Inceputurile Acestei Imagini, Relevandu I Avatarurile Si Descifrandu I Consecintele Asupra Istoriei De Ieri Si De Azi.traducere De Mihaela Constantinescu Si Sofia Oprescu

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Imagining the Balkans By Maria N. Todorova – Horsebackridingcolorado.us


  1. says:

    Back when I was a kid, there was a Serbian guy in my hometown who ran a good little bakery that I used to go to with my old man Unfortunately, somewhere around the Kosovo War, he started blaming all the shit going down in the Balkans on the Jewish New York Times This colored my view of the Balkan perspe...


  2. says:

    Impecabil n definirea a ce nu sunt Balcanii nu sunt identici cu imaginarul colectiv occidental format dup o serie de prejudec i i conjunctur politic dar ceva mai pu in conving toare n descrierea a ce sunt Balcanii, monografia lui Todorova e totu i o surs enciclopedic rar p...


  3. says:

    Essential reading for anyone interested in challenging the commonly held assumption that the Balkans exist as a separate entity from that of continental Europe While Todorova s style is dense and pedantic, h...


  4. says:

    The Balkans an area considered relatively inconsequential by larger or important nations However, the Balkan states have been through a lot of turmoil and change The author tries to make us aware of some of the interesting history of this region, albeit in an overly pedantic and roundabout way.Colonial powers would always maintain that they did folks a favour by civil...


  5. says:

    Ne mogu da se otmem utisku da sam i ja, kao osoba koja ivi na ovim prostorima, prihvatila itav korpus ideja o Balkanu kao anomalnom i nedovoljno razvijenom poluostrvu ije se zemlje, na putu ka EU utrkuju ko e ...


  6. says:

    karl marx n hayalet metaforu nu balkanlara uygulayan maria todovora, imagining the balkans oxford university press olarak bas lan ve dilimize ileti im yay nlar taraf ndan kazand r lan bu kitab nda avrupa n n kendi i indeki tekisi olan balkanlar ele al yor.todovora ya g re balkanlar avrupa n n vey ocu udur kendi i inde tekisidir, bat yla do u aras nda kalm bir toplumdur ne kadar avrupa k tas i inde olsa da zaman nda oryantalist mant kla do u hakk nda kurulan fantezilerin imdi balkanlar hakk nda kuruldu unu ve balkanlardan ok farkl bir imaj n bat yaz n nda dola t n s yleyen todovora, bunun i in k t kelime olarak balkanla mak balkanisation tabirinin akademik ve g ndelik dilde bat d ncesindeki kar l n s yler par alanmak balkanlar, ger ekte b yle midir kitapta bu konu zerinde ok fazla durulmaz balkanlar n b yle g r nmesine ne neden olmu tur buna daha fazla odaklan r yazar.yazar kitab nda u konuya da dikkat eker, balkanlarda da avrupa farkl bir imaja sahiptir o u balkan vatanda kendilerini avrupal olarak g rmez hatta fransa, ingiltere gibi lkelere gidenlere avrupa ya gitti denir, zira kendileri bu k tay sahiplenmez bu imaj onlara zorla m a lanm t r yoksa tersine, avrupal olduklar d ncesi mi d ar dan gelmi tir bilinmez ama ironik bir at ma yuna...


  7. says:

    Ksi ka Todorovej przedstawia podej cie zachodniej Europy i podr nik w pochodz cych z takich kraj w jak Wielka Brytania, Francja czy Niemcy do Grecji, Bu garii, S owenii, Rumunii, Chorwacji i pozosta ych kraj w ba ka skich.


  8. says:

    Good but confusingly organized.


  9. says:

    I could give a summary of this book, but instead I ll let the author speak for herself in the Afterword from pages 193 and 194 When I started writing this book, whose working title was Balkanism, I found to my surprise and delight that balkanism was an uninhabited category, something exceptionally rare in the humanities This circumstance allowed me to use the term s both a mirror and foil of Orientalism, to both pay homage to Edward Said and to argue for a substantive difference between the two categories and phenomena To put it succinctly, balkanism expresses the idea that explanatory approach to phenomena in the Balkans often rest upon a discourse or a stable system o f stereotypes that place the Balkans in a cognitive straightjacket I argued for the historicity of balkanism, which was shaped as a discourse in the early decades of the twentieth century, but whose genealogy can be traced from patterns of representation from the 16 century onward I thus insisted on the historical grounding of balkanism in the Ottoman period, when the designation Balkan first entered the peninsula Arguably, some aspects of the balkanist discourse grew out of the earlier schism between the churches of Rome and Constantinople, but the ...


  10. says:

    It has good points, but the author has enlarged the book without reason, the whole book can be summarized up in a few arguments Crusade wasn t initiated by the Balkans, religious wars either, nor the nationalism, nor the anti semitism.

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