Heavenly Serbia: From Myth to Genocide
Hurst, 1999 - 233 страници
Heavenly Serbia traces Serbia's expansionist impulses to Serbian national mythology. The dominant myth - that of "Heavenly Serbia" - appeared soon after the Battle of Kosovo in 1389. It attributed the Serb's defeat by the Turks and the loss of the medieval Serbian state to the Serb's preference for moral salvation over military victory. By emphasizing their commitment to the heavenly kingdom and promising an eventual restoration of the Serbian empire, this myth helped the Serbs to bear their centuries-long domination by a foreign power. Though they ultimately shed the Turkish yoke and regained statehood in the nineteenth century, the Serbs, according to Anzulovic, retained this central myth in the form of feelings of superiority to their neighbors, and a sense of destiny ordaining them to become the dominant power in the Balkans. The myth has been perpetuated by political and religious leaders, historians, novelists, and artists, and has found acceptance abroad as well.
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Turkish rule in Serbia did not end the politicization of the Serbian Orthodox
Church but only changed its nature . When the autocephalous Serbian Orthodox
Church was reestablished as a patriarchate with the seat in the Kosovo town of
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Serbian , and written in both alphabets . Both also stressed literature . In the
Serbian readers , the literature was identified as Serbian , or Catholic and
Western , two euphemisms for Croatian literature . Although the emphasis in the
There was no Serbian state at all , and the principal mark of Serbian national
identity was membership in the Serbian Orthodox Church . The Serbian millet ,
that is , the Ottoman ethnoreligious community under the jurisdiction of the
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An independent scholar living in Washington, DC, Anzulovic interprets Serbia's violent history as a consequence of historical legacies: Saint Sava's mystical identification of the church and nation ... Прочетете пълната рецензия
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