Women Travelers in the Balkans

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History

 

Written by:

Mildred V

 

Date added:

August 21, 2012

 

Level:

University

 

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A

 

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12 / 3081

 

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One writer in 1900 explains what “the Balkans” means to him, “the term accurately describes the wild and lawless countries between the Adriatic and the Black Seas.” There is a sense of “otherness”, a deep gulf that separates Europe and Asia, a line dividing Christendom and Islam, and a complexity with which it is difficult to come to terms...
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In some respects, perceptions of the Balkans have not changed for centuries, however one change is novel: more recently we have defined the Balkans in a political and economic context, whereas previous generations have assessed the area in terms of religion. Furthermore, between the mid-nineteenth century and the first quarter of the twentieth century, the majority of the commentators and publishers were women...
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