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The early-modern nationalism in Ukraine and Belarus: comparative analysis
Pavel Tereshkovich (Belarus State University (Minsk, Biélorussie))

24 mars 2006

Séance Histoire nationale / mémoire nationale présidée par Sophie COEURE, maître de conférence en histoire contemporaine, École normale supérieure
The destinies of Ukrainian and Belarusian nations look quite similar from the point of view of historical perspective. Each nation was of non-historical, peasant origin. Their culture, language and dominant confession made them too close to the Russian one. At the same time, the level of the national mobilization of the Ukrainians was much higher than that of the Belarussians. The majority of specialists on the national history of East-Central Europe believe that basically this is the result of the inspired role of the Western Ukraine (Eastern Galicia). It is argued in the report that the differences were much deeper. They were on the level of general modernization, structure of the cities population, character of social stratification and upward social mobility, the social role of the historical memory, etc.

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Non disponible Pavel Tereshkovich (Belarus State University (Minsk, Biélorussie))
head of the Department of Ethnology, Faculty of History, Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belorus)
co-Director, Center for Advanced Studies and Education, European University for Humanities (Minsk, Belorus)