In: Slavica Slovaca, vol. 47, no. 1
Year, pages: 2012, 76 - 79
Slovak matters in France in the works of French Slavists, Slavic studies in France, Slavic immigrants in Paris, E. Denis, L. Leger, L. Eisenmann.
The subject of the paper is a concise history of the penetration of the slovak matters in France in the works of French Slavists. Beginning from 19th century, Slovak matters started to be strongly promoted in the French environment. Especially 1830’s are an important period when the French environment started to notice Slavs much more intensively. The beginnings of the development of Slavic studies in France are linked to the arrival of Slavic immigrants in Paris and their activities. Later by the establishment of the Department of Slavic languages and literature and issuing of the magazine Revues des Deux Mondes. In the second half of the 19th century more and more information about the Slavic people, but also about expatriates in France became known. Slavic Studies began to be developed, which is represented by the personalities as E. Denis, L. Leger and many others. The result of their work is that the Slavic problem in France is gaining an important position and is of great importance especially for the Slavic peoples of the Habsburg monarchy, among them the Slovaks.
How to cite:
Mojdis, J. 2012. Slovenská otázka v dielach francúzskych slavistov na konci 19. a začiatkom 20. storočia. In Slavica Slovaca, vol. 47, no.1, pp. 76-79. 0037-6787 .
Mojdis, J. (2012). Slovenská otázka v dielach francúzskych slavistov na konci 19. a začiatkom 20. storočia. Slavica Slovaca, 47(1), 76-79. 0037-6787 .