Muslim Identity and the Balkan State (Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA) Book S. v.7)

Muslim Identity and the Balkan State (Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA) Book S. v.7)

By: Hugh Poulton (editor), Suha Taji-Fa (editor)Paperback

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This work focuses on the current situation of Balkan Muslims, their relationship with the state, and the links between their ethnic and religious identities.

Contents

Islam, ethnicity and the state in the contemporary Balkans, Hugh Poulton; sustaining a vulnerable identity - the case of the Bulgarian Pomaks (Yulian Konstantinov); from religious identity to ethnic mobilization - the Turks of Bulgaria before, during and after Communism, Wolfgang Hopken; national identity among Muslims in Thrace and Macedonia - Turks, Pomaks and Roma, Hugh Poulton; political change and the revival of Islamic consciousness in Post-Communist Albania, Elira Cela and Genc Lamani; the Muslim population in Macedonia, Natasha Gaber; the Kosovo Albanians - ethnic confrontations with the Slav state, Hugh Poulton and Miranda Vickers; the Sandzak - a perspective on Serb-Muslim relations, Milan Andrejevich; Turkey as kin-state - Turkish foreign policy towards Turkish and Muslim communities in the Balkans, Hugh Poulton; sustaining Turkish-Islamic loyalties - the Diyanet in Western Europe, Nico Landman.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781850653486
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 250
  • ID: 9781850653486
  • weight: 547
  • ISBN10: 1850653488

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