András Máté-Tóth, a professor in the study of religions at the University of Szeged, in Szeged, Hungary, has written an excellent study of the interaction of religion and national identities among the various nation of East Central Europe, called Freiheit und Populismus: Verwundete Indentitäten in Ostmitteleuropa. He draws on a wide range of resources about the national identities of this geographical territory, as well as theoretical works about the developing identities of people around the world. He also draws upon works covering religious identities in relation to ethnic and national identity and discusses religious communities in the area under discussion.
"Book Review: András Máté-Tóth, Freiheit und Populismus:Verwundete Indentitäten in Ostmitteleuropa,"
Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe: Vol. 40
, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/ree/vol40/iss7/9