Slavism


Also found in: Dictionary.

Slavism

 

a word or morpheme of Slavic origin used in a non-Slavic language. [23–1623–]

References in periodicals archive ?
Consequently, all three cohesive forces of Eastern Europe have disappeared: (i) atheistic elites (irrespectively from their ethnic, religious, social and linguistic background); (ii) antifascism; and (iii) Slavism.
Erol Rizaov analyzes for Utrinski Vesnik that the Serbian politics is running away from facing its history, with the wars on the threshold of the 21 century that dramatically reduced the material and human resources of the country while Macedonia, instead of using the advantages that it broke out of Yugoslavia without a bullet shot, is in search of ancient history and more glorious past on the account of Slavism that causes an identity crisis.
The third musical source behind Dvorak's Slavism was not derived from any folklore but was more intellectual.
chapter 6 gives a detailed account of Conrad's attempts to negotiate a writing position between the Scylla of Slavism and the Charybdis of Polishness, as a result of a move by both British critics and Polish writers to place him in and out of a tradition of English Letters.
Rossos's essay on the Macedonians constitutes a historiographical analysis of how the various strands in Macedonian nationalism from the Bulgaro-centric to Slavism and to mass national consciousness ('nasism', the sense of our-ness) coalesced in 'Macedonianism and the Macedonian nationalism of the left' (p.
For whose sake, Eastern Europe has been barred of all important debates such as that of slavism, identity, social cohesion (disintegrated by the plunder called 'privatization'), secularism and antifascism?
Bakunin's aim was to shed parochial Slavism in the interests of an internationalist pan-Slavism.