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Migratory and Refugee Movements Arnautash and Tracks of the Migration of New and Old Albanian in the Balkan Peninsula

Meli Shopi, Denis Himci, Rozeta Bici


Our article will reflect through an attentive scientific, linguistic, literary and historical analysis the tracks of the new and old Albanian migrations in the Balkan Peninsula. Only through a careful browse, study, and research of a full literature we will aim toward the following issues: - The Turkish, Bulgarian and Odesë's Arnautash; - The Albanian language in Arnautash settlements of Mandricë in Turkey and in Ukraine; - The role of Arnautash migration in the Albanian National Renaissance and in the Albanian alphabet; - Famous personalities in the Albanian literary and philosophical thinking formed in Mergata Arnaute; (Istanbul Society and Bucharest Society) etc. The period of the Albanian National Renaissance, considered to be one of the most important periods in our history, would be associated with ideas and principles which would represent Albanian's national ideology inside and outside the territory of Albania, by facing the historical conditions faced by the Balkan’s reality. Therefore, the problems and concerns which Albanians had did not exist only inside Albanian borders, but they existed also in other places where the Albanians lived. The conclusions which resulted from this paper will show once again that this historical-linguistic and literary analysis will present that piece of problematic Albanian reality which was and is encountered in the Albanian Migration in the Balkan Peninsula.

Keywords: Arnautash, Albanian language, Migration, Renaissance, Personalities, Society.

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