A Multiethnic Region and Nation-State in East-Central Europe: Studies in the History of Upper Hungary and Slovakia from the 1600s to the Present
By: Laszlo Szarka (author)Hardback
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The studies in A Polyethnic Region in East-Central Europe are devoted to the Hungarian minority in Slovakia, examining the altered Hungarian- Slovak relationship from various angles. They analyze the conflicts between Slovak and Hungarian nationalism, the historical stages in the organization of minority selfgovernment, and the system of relations termed the "triadic nexus" by scholars, in which Hungary's attempts at territorial revision and Slovakia's efforts at assimilation often put the Hungarian community in Slovakia in a difficult position.
Laszlo Szarka served as director of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences' Minority Research Station from 2000 to 2009.
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