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) Between Sociology and History. Essays on Microhistory, Collective Action, and Nation Building . Helsinki : SKS/ Finnish Literature Society . 227 – 246 . Angelelli , C

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, Nation Building, and Ethnic Struggle, 1918–1930 . London: Cornell University Press, 1995. Livezeanu I. Cultural Politics in Greater Romania: Regionalism

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. Frolova-Walker , Marina . 1998 . “National in Form, Socialist in Content”: Musical Nation-Building in the Soviet Republics . Journal of the American Musicological Society 51 , no. 2 , 331 – 371

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Ottoman World: A Volume of Essays in Honor of Norman Itzkowitz (Psychohistory Press 2008 ) 344 – 66 . Zürcher , E. J. , The Young Turk Legacy and Nation Building from the

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; Tagungsband in Drucklegung). 3. Zu den zentralistischen Maßnahmen in Groß-Rumänien und ihre Auswirkung auf die Provinz Siebenbürgen siehe Livezeanu, Irina: Cultural Politics in Greater Romania. Regionalism, Nation

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Compromise, Political Salvation: The Greek Catholic Church and Nation-building in Eastern Europe . The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, no. 1003. Pittsburgh : Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh

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, S.O., Okoronkwo, N.O., Abba, A.A. (eds), Entomology in Nation Building: The Nigerian Experience. Proceed. ESN 30th Ann. Conf., Kano, Nigeria, 4th–7th October 1999, pp. 207–214. Ahmed, S., Hassan, M., Hussain, S

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Bell, D. A. (2011): Singapore: The City of Nation Building. In: Bell, D. A. — de-Shalit, A. (eds): The Spirit of Cities. Why the Identity of a City Matters in a Global Age . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press

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. Statehood, Administration and Regional Dynamics in Austria-Hungary, 1867–1914 . In Augusteijn , Joost – Storm , Eric (eds) Region and State in Nineteenth-Century Europe. Nation-Building, Regional Identities and Separatism , 111 – 128 . Basingstoke

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in Hamburg and 21 times in Vienna. 63 Both his commitment to the piece and his reservations in relation to the opera’s association with nation-building are illustrated in his remark to sympathetic ears in 1901: You can’t imagine how annoyed I was

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