Bulgaro-Turkish encounters and the re-imaging of the

Neuburger, Mary
March 1997
East European Quarterly;Mar1997, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Discusses the attempts by Bulgaria to define the place of its Turkish minority within the national body politic. How Turkish minority came about; Clarification of common views held on Bulgarian nationalism since 1878; Details on Bulgarian 1944-89 communist regime; Effect of visions of place of Turkish minority on Bulgarian collective identity; Conclusions of discussion.


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