Nationality in East-Central Europe: Perception and Definition before 1848
This chapter presents an essay on the perception and definition of nationality in East and Central Europe before 1848. It explores the political, socio-economic, and intellectual background to the rise of national identity in East-Central Europe and the existence of national allegiances during this period. It also examines the role of the westernized intellectuals who acted both as conduits and as agents of change and formulated cosmopolitan cultural influences as national agendas.
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