Не търсят гърци, а ромеи да бъдат. Православната културна общност в Османската империя. ХV – ХІХ в.
They don’t want to be Greeks but Romaeans. Orthodox Cultural Community in the Ottoman Empire. 15th – 19th centuries.
Author(s): Raymond Detrez
Contributor(s): Nikolay Aretov (Editor)
Subject(s): History, Cultural history, Studies of Literature, Comparative history, History of ideas, Political history, Social history, Modern Age, Philology
Published by: Кралица Маб
Keywords: Balkans; Orthodox Christianity; Ottoman Empire; Culture; language
Summary/Abstract: “They want to be Romans...” The Bulgarians and the Orthodox Christian community in the Ottoman Empire deals with the history of the Orthodox Christian community in the Ottoman Empire in the pre-national period with a particular focus on the Bulgarians. The books consists of previously published articles in English and Bulgarian, which are translated and thoroughly adapted by the author so they can be read as chapters of a coherent monograph. After describing and analysing the Balkan “cultural union” (conceived after the model of the Balkan linguistic union), the Orthodox Christian community and (the uncompleted development of) a Balkan Orthodox Christian proto-nation, the author attempts to illustrate the explanatory force of this approach on the basis of a number of case studies: the “double yoke” and the Phanariotes, the Plovdiv ‘Gudilas’ (Graecized Bulgarians), the Ohrid Orthodox Christian community in the early 19th century, Grigor Părličev as a representative of the Orthodox Christian community.
- Print-ISBN-13: 978-954-533-146-6
- Page Count: 308
- Publication Year: 2015
- Language: Bulgarian