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Chris Kostov
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ISBN10: 3034301960, ISBN13: 9783034301961, [publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften] Softcover as new unused
[Stoneyford, Ireland] [Publication Year: 2010]
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Chris (Hristo) Kostov
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84.11
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ISBN10: 3034301960, ISBN13: 9783034301961, [publisher: Peter Lang Jul 2010] Softcover Neuware - During the twentieth century Macedonia had a very turbulent history. Essentially, the region became the apple of discord among the Balkan states. Ethnic identity formation among immigrants from Macedonia to Canada followed the political developments in the Balkans.This book illustrates the late emergence of an ethnic Macedonian community in Toronto and the roots of the clash between the Macedonian, Greek and Bulgarian ethnic communities. The author tackles a number of important questions: When did the Macedonian ethnic identity start in Canada What was the ethnic affiliation of the first Macedonian immigrants' cultural organizations and churches in Toronto Why did they use the Bulgarian language Why do their first churches continue to be called Macedono-Bulgarian churches Did all immigrants have one monolithic ethnic identity The author relies upon three different types of literature: national identity development and theories; Balkan history; and ethnic studies of the Bulgarian, Macedonian and Greek settlements of Toronto. Oral interviews, conducted in Toronto by the author and other researchers, enhance this volume. The book sheds light on a much contested subject which continues to fuel debate from Skopje, Athens and Sofia to Toronto and Melbourne. 332 pp. Englisch
[Bergisch Gladbach, Germany] [Publication Year: 2010]
Chris (Hristo) Kostov
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84.11
AHA-BUCH GmbH /AbebooksDE
ISBN10: 3034301960, ISBN13: 9783034301961, [publisher: Peter Lang Jul 2010] Softcover Dieser Artikel wird erst nach der Bestellung gedruckt.Neuware - During the twentieth century Macedonia had a very turbulent history. Essentially, the region became the apple of discord among the Balkan states. Ethnic identity formation among immigrants from Macedonia to Canada followed the political developments in the Balkans.This book illustrates the late emergence of an ethnic Macedonian community in Toronto and the roots of the clash between the Macedonian, Greek and Bulgarian ethnic communities. The author tackles a number of important questions: When did the Macedonian ethnic identity start in Canada What was the ethnic affiliation of the first Macedonian immigrants' cultural organizations and churches in Toronto Why did they use the Bulgarian language Why do their first churches continue to be called Macedono-Bulgarian churches Did all immigrants have one monolithic ethnic identity The author relies upon three different types of literature: national identity development and theories; Balkan history; and ethnic studies of the Bulgarian, Macedonian and Greek settlements of Toronto. Oral interviews, conducted in Toronto by the author and other researchers, enhance this volume. The book sheds light on a much contested subject which continues to fuel debate from Skopje, Athens and Sofia to Toronto and Melbourne. 332 pp. Englisch
[Einbeck, Germany] [Publication Year: 2010] ...
Chris (Hristo) Kostov
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84.11
Rheinberg-Buch /AbebooksDE
ISBN10: 3034301960, ISBN13: 9783034301961, [publisher: Peter Lang Jul 2010] Softcover Neuware - During the twentieth century Macedonia had a very turbulent history. Essentially, the region became the apple of discord among the Balkan states. Ethnic identity formation among immigrants from Macedonia to Canada followed the political developments in the Balkans.This book illustrates the late emergence of an ethnic Macedonian community in Toronto and the roots of the clash between the Macedonian, Greek and Bulgarian ethnic communities. The author tackles a number of important questions: When did the Macedonian ethnic identity start in Canada What was the ethnic affiliation of the first Macedonian immigrants' cultural organizations and churches in Toronto Why did they use the Bulgarian language Why do their first churches continue to be called Macedono-Bulgarian churches Did all immigrants have one monolithic ethnic identity The author relies upon three different types of literature: national identity development and theories; Balkan history; and ethnic studies of the Bulgarian, Macedonian and Greek settlements of Toronto. Oral interviews, conducted in Toronto by the author and other researchers, enhance this volume. The book sheds light on a much contested subject which continues to fuel debate from Skopje, Athens and Sofia to Toronto and Melbourne. 332 pp. Englisch
[Bergisch Gladbach, Germany] [Publication Year: 2010]
Chris Hristo Kostov
USD
239.77
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Date: 2010-07-28. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be re-issue. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! 2010. ISBN 3034301960 [US]
Chris Hristo Kostov
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381.15
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Date: 2010-07-28. New. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May be re-issue. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! 2010. ISBN 3034301960 [US]

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