[Non-Czech Bohemians as Theoreticians of Ethnicity and Nationalism]
Type of publication: Research Article
ethnicity, nationalism, Czech lands, E.K. Francis, E. Gellner, W. Kuhn, K.W. Deutsch, H. Kohn, E. Lemberg, K.V. Müller, G.R. Schroubek, F. Seibt
The article examines the work of a number of scholars born in the Czech lands (historians, philosophers, sociologists, ethnographers, literary critics) to discuss the contributions made by Central-Europeans intellectuals to the shaping of theories of nationalism and ethnicity. Some of them, living as exiled émigrés, took active part in the development of the humanities in English-speaking countries, while others were involved in the academic life of Central Europe. The author seeks to find answers to the question of why topics related to ethnic, national, linguistic, and cultural identity were so important for the non-Czech Bohemians as to compel them to single those out of the everyday as subjects for scrupulous analysis.
Lozoviuk, P. 2015. Necheshskie bogemtsy kak teoretiki etnichnosti i natsionalizma [Non-Czech Bohemians as Theoreticians of Ethnicity and Nationalism]. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 2: 169-190
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