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What can post/colonial studies and their approaches contribute to our understanding of the Austro-Hungarian (k.u.k.) occupation and administration of Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1878 to 1914? This anthology presents some possible answers to this research question which goes back to a workshop held at the University of Antwerp in 2005. Later more researchers were invited from the small international circle of established and emerging experts to contribute to this new perspective on the imperial intermezzo of Bosnia-Herzegovina (which is usually overshadowed by the two World Wars and the Yugoslav…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
What can post/colonial studies and their approaches contribute to our understanding of the Austro-Hungarian (k.u.k.) occupation and administration of Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1878 to 1914? This anthology presents some possible answers to this research question which goes back to a workshop held at the University of Antwerp in 2005. Later more researchers were invited from the small international circle of established and emerging experts to contribute to this new perspective on the imperial intermezzo of Bosnia-Herzegovina (which is usually overshadowed by the two World Wars and the Yugoslav Succession Wars of the 1990s). Alternative readings of both Austrian and Bosnian history, literature, and culture are meant to serve as a third way, as it were, bypassing the discursive fallacies of Habsburg nostalgia and nationalist self-victimization. As a result, the essays of this interdisciplinary volume (collected and available in print for the first time) focus on the impact the Austro-Hungarian presence has had on Bosnia-Herzegovina and vice versa. They consider both the contemporary imperialist setting as well as the expansionist desire of the Habsburg Monarchy directed southward. Exploring the double meaning of the German title WechselWirkungen, the authors consider the consequences of occupation, colonization and annexation as a paradigm shift affecting both sides: not only intervention and interaction at a political, economic, social, cultural, and religious level, but also imposed hegemony along with cultural transfer and hybridity. Finally, the imperial gaze at the Balkan region outside of the Habsburg territories is included in the form of three exemplary case studies on Albania and Montenegro.

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Autorenporträt
Clemens Ruthner is Professor of German and European Studies at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. His teaching and research interests include Austrian and German nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature, Central European studies, images of the Self and the Other (alterity), postcolonial studies, and literary/ cultural theory. He has published extensively on these topics, including two volumes within Peter Lang's Austrian Culture series on the playwright Franz Grillparzer (2007) and on Austrian sexuality (2011).
Diana Reynolds Cordileone is Professor of History at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California. Her research focuses on the exhibitionary cultures of central and southern Europe and their roles in creating invented traditions and national identities. Her most recent book is Alois Riegl and Vienna 1858-1905: An Institutional History (2013).
Ursula Reber holds a PhD in German literature and Classics with a dissertation on literary metamorphoses. She is the chief editor of Kakanien revisited (www.kakanien.ac.at), an internet platform for Central and East European Studies based in Vienna, Austria.
Raymond Detrez has taught Balkan history at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, since 1991. He was also a professor of East European and Modern Greek history/culture and the director of the Center for Southeast European Studies at Ghent University, 1997-2013. He has published extensively on Eastern European history (particularly Balkan history), national identities, and Balkan nationalism.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents: Clemens Ruthner: Bosnia
Herzegovin: post/colonial?
Raymond Detrez: Reluctance and Determination: The Prelude to the Austro
Hungarian Occupation of Bosnia
Herzegovina in 1878
Ian Sethre: Occupation and Nation
Building in Bosnia
Herzegovina,1878
1914
Robert J. Donia: The Proximate Colony: Bosnia
Herzegovina under Austro
Hungarian
Bojan Aleksov: Habsburg Confessionalism and Confessional Policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Aydan Babuna: The Story of BoSnjastvo
Zijad sehic: Das Militärwesen in Bosnien
Herzegowina, 1878
1918
Maximilian Hartmuth: K.(u.)k. colonial? Contextualizing Architecture and Urbanism in Bosnia
Herzegovina, 1878
1918
Diana Reynolds Cordileone: Inventing Traditions in Bosnia: The Carpet Factory in Sarajevo, 1878
1918
Bojan Bujic: Artistic or Political Manifestation? Organized Music
Making in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Austro
Hungarian Period
Clemens Ruthner: Besetzungen: A Post/Colonial Reading of Austro
Hungarian and German Cultural Narratives on Bosnia
Herzegovina, 1878
1918
Nikola Ornig: 'Der fortschrittliche Moslim'? Zum Bild der muslimischen Bevölkerung Bosniens zwischen 'modernem' Islam und kultureller Alterität
Riccardo Concetti: Halbmond über der Narenta im medialen Wandel. Robert Michels Produktion zwischen Roman und Film
Nedad Memic: Sprachwende zum Westen. Zur Internationalisierung des Wortschatzes in der bosnisch
herzegowinischen Presse des 19. Jahrhunderts
Stikn Vervaet: Cultural Politics, Nation Building and Literary Imagery: Towards a Post
colonial Reading of the Literature(s) of Bosnia
Herzegovina, 1878
1918
Marina Antic: Historicizing Bosnia: Kosta Hörmann and Bosnia's Encounter with Modernity
Christian Marchetti: 'Frontier Ethnography'. Zur colonial situation der österreichischen Volkskunde auf dem Balkan im Ersten Weltkrieg
Isa Blumi: Seeing Beyond the River Drin: Ottoman Albanians and Imperial Rivalry in the Balkans after 1878
Ursula Reber: Habsburgische Begegnungen mit nomadischen Kriegerstämmen. Montenegro als strategischer Schauplatz.

Contents: Clemens Ruthner: Bosnia-Herzegovin: post/colonial? - Raymond Detrez: Reluctance and Determination: The Prelude to the Austro-Hungarian Occupation of Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1878 - Ian Sethre: Occupation and Nation-Building in Bosnia-Herzegovina,1878-1914 - Robert J. Donia: The Proximate Colony: Bosnia-Herzegovina under Austro-Hungarian - Bojan Aleksov: Habsburg Confessionalism and Confessional Policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Aydan Babuna: The Story of Bosnjastvo - Zijad Sehic: Das Militärwesen in Bosnien-Herzegowina, 1878-1918 - Maximilian Hartmuth: K.(u.)k. colonial? Contextualizing Architecture and Urbanism in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1878-1918 - Diana Reynolds Cordileone: Inventing Traditions in Bosnia: The Carpet Factory in Sarajevo, 1878-1918 - Bojan Bujic: Artistic or Political Manifestation? Organized Music-Making in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Austro-Hungarian Period - Clemens Ruthner: Besetzungen: A Post/Colonial Reading of Austro-Hungarian and German Cultural Narratives on Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1878-1918 - Nikola Ornig: "Der fortschrittliche Moslim"? Zum Bild der muslimischen Bevölkerung
Bosniens zwischen "modernem" Islam und kultureller Alterität - Riccardo Concetti: Halbmond über der Narenta im medialen Wandel. Robert Michels Produktion zwischen Roman und Film - Nedad Memic: Sprachwende zum Westen. Zur Internationalisierung des Wortschatzes in der bosnisch-herzegowinischen Presse des 19. Jahrhunderts - Stikn Vervaet: Cultural Politics, Nation Building and Literary Imagery: Towards a Post-colonial Reading of the Literature(s) of Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1878-1918 - Marina Antic: Historicizing Bosnia: Kosta Hörmann and Bosnia's Encounter with Modernity - Christian Marchetti: "Frontier Ethnography". Zur colonial situation der österreichischen Volkskunde auf dem Balkan im Ersten Weltkrieg - Isa Blumi: Seeing Beyond the River Drin: Ottoman Albanians and Imperial Rivalry in the Balkans after 1878 - Ursula Reber: Habsburgische Begegnungen mit nomadischen Kriegerstämmen. Montenegro als strategischer Schauplatz.