Seeing the Albanians through Serbian Eyes: The Inventors of the Tradition of Intolerance and Their Critics, 1804-1939

@article{Stefanovic2005SeeingTA,
  title={Seeing the Albanians through Serbian Eyes: The Inventors of the Tradition of Intolerance and Their Critics, 1804-1939},
  author={Djordje Stefanovic},
  journal={European History Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={35},
  pages={465 - 492}
}
  • D. Stefanovic
  • Published 1 July 2005
  • Political Science
  • European History Quarterly
The rise of the modern national states in the post-Ottoman Balkans was accompanied by coercive assimilation, deportation, and even extermination of ethnic minorities, especially the local Muslims. In the formative periods of the Serbian state and Royal Yugoslavia, ethnic Albanians were repeatedly subjected to most exclusionary and discriminatory policies. While these actions of the Serbian élite were guided by the geopolitical security pressures and the coercive utopia of homogeneous nation… 

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