Origins of the Czech Nati. has been added to your Cart. Admirably fills a gap in the history of Czech nationalism. By focusing on a small group of intellectuals and popularizers, Agnew illustrates the early contours of Czech national ideology and self-image.
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Series: Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies. Published by: University of Pittsburgh Press. In the aftermath of the revolution of 1989, as so many times before, the problems of national identity and the historical heritage were again being actively debated.
Aims to contribute to a renewed interpretation of a crucial period in Czech history, as the historical profession . Agnew argues that the Czech national revival of the 19th century has its intellectual origins in the Enlightenment.
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For Agnew the beginnings of the Czech national revival represented above all a process of cultural and intellectual change and construction.
Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002. Hugh LeCaine Agnew, Origins of the Czech National Renascence.
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Start by marking Origins of the Czech National Renascence as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Hugh Agnew develops the argument that Czechoslovakia's ce With the fall of socialism in Europe, the former East bloc nations experienced a rebirth of nationalism as they struggled to make the difficult transition to a market-based economy and self-governance. The dissolution of Czechoslovakia, in particular, underscored the power of ethnic identity and ancestral loyalties.
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Free 2-day shipping Hugh Agnew develops the argument that Czechoslovakia's celebrated national . Russian and East European Studies.
Hugh Agnew develops the argument that Czechoslovakia's celebrated national revival of the mid-eighteenth century has its intellectual roots in the Enlightenment and defined the nation's character and future development. He describes how intellectuals in eighteenth-century Bohemia and Moravia-the patriotic intelligentsia -used their discovery of ury history and literature to revive the antiquated Czech vernacular and cultivate a popular ethnic consciousness.