Agrarianism as Modernity during the Twentieth-Century Europe: The Golden Age of the Peasantry
​Аграризмът като модерност в Европа през ХХ век. Златната епоха на селячеството
Category: Interwar periodBulgaria during the Interwar period
Language: Bulgarian


   While Soviet communism and its relationship to modernity are widely studied, the agrarian experiment in Eastern Europe is rarely been subject to historical analysis. The present comparative study traces the history of agrarianism after WWI and explores its place as an alternative modernity to capitalism and communism.
   Drawing on rich archival material, the book explores the transnational connections between the paradigmatic cases in Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia, as well as the International Agrarian Bureau in Prague (IAB), revealing contradictions in the interpretations of agrarianism.
   The study convincingly restores interwar agrarianism to its rightful place as one of the original and significant political trends in 20th century Europe.
Table of contents


Изпитанието на войната

Селянинът излиза на световната сцена

Преобразяване на нацията

Между стремежи и ограничения

Делегитимиране на земеделската алтернатива: Диптих на корупцията на Стамболийски и измяната на Радич

Спускане на завесата



Азбучен указател
Publisher Paradigma
Language Bulgarian
Pages 328
Illustrations b/w figures
Binding paperback
ISBN 978-954-326-487-2
Creation date 2022
Size 16 х 24 cm

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