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Nationbuilding and the Politics of Nationalism

Essays on Austrian Galicia

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$18.95 • £15.95 • €17.00

ISBN 9780674603127

Publication Date: 10/20/1982

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  • Preface
  • 1. Introduction: Empire and Province [Andrei S. Markovits]
  • 2. The Ukrainians in Galicia Under Austrian Rule [Ivan L. Rudnytsky]
  • 3. The Poles in the Habsburg Monarchy [Piotr Wandycz]
  • 4. Jewish Assimilation in L’viv: The Case of Wilhelm Feldman [Ezra Mendelsohn]
  • 5. Ivan Vahylevych (1811–1866) and the Ukrainian National Identity [Peter Brock]
  • 6. The Rise of Jewish National Politics in Galicia, 1905–1907 [Leila P. Everett]
  • 7. Voluntary Artisan Associations and the Ukrainian National Movement in Galicia (the 1870s) [John-Paul Himka]
  • 8. Natalia Kobryns’ka: A Formulator of Feminism [Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak]
  • 9. The Language Question as a Factor in the National Movement in Eastern Galicia [Paul R. Magocsi]
  • 10. The Image of Austria in the Works of Ivan Franko [Leonid Rudnytzky]
  • 11. Bibliographic Guide to the History of Ukrainians in Galicia: 1848–1918 [Paul R. Magocsi]
  • List of Contributors
  • Map
  • Table of Geographic Names
  • Index

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