The Social Democrats of Scholarship: Austrian Imperial Peripheries and the Making of a Progressive Science of Nationality, 1885–1903
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Publication InfoPrendergast, Thomas (2015). The Social Democrats of Scholarship: Austrian Imperial Peripheries and the Making of a Progressive Science of Nationality, 1885–1903. Religions, 6(4). pp. 1232-1248. 10.3390/rel6041232. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/11695.
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Thomas R. Prendergast is a Ph.D. Candidate in History and Nathan J. Perilman Fellow in Judaic Studies at Duke University. His research explores modern East Central Europe from a global and Jewish perspective, in particular how this region shaped concepts of empire, federalism, and internationalism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He has presented his work at conferences in the United States and Europe, including the German Studies Association Conference and American Association for Sla
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