History Derailed: Central and Eastern Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century

By Ivan T. Berend | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
 List of Illustrationsvii
 Prefacexi
 Acknowledgmentsxix
 Introduction: The Emerging West as an Ideal and Model for the East1
1.The Challenge of the Rising West and the Lack of Response in the “Sleeping” East5
 The Rise of Northwestern Europe / 5 / Demographic Changes, Agricultural Revolution, and Proto-Industrialization in the West / 8 / The New Scientific Thinking and Western Values / 12 / The Stagnation and Relative Decline of the European “Peripheries” / 16 / Traditional Demographic Trends; Absence of Agricultural Revolution and Proto-Industrialization / 26 / The Western Worldview and Local Values / 31 / Revolution in the West and Hibernation in the East / 35 / 
2.Romanticism and Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe41
 Romanticism as Vehicle of Nation-Building / 41 / Linguistic Nationalism: Folklore and Language Reforms / 48 / Literature, Music, Art, and Historiography in the Service of the National Idea / 57 / Emancipating the Peasantry—through Art / 64 / The Creation of National Myths / 68 / Cultural Institutions and Public Buildings / 78 / Spreading the National Gospel: The Media and the Coffeehouses / 82 / 

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