New Approaches to Balkan Studies
In New Approaches to Balkan Studies, the editors have collected thirteen papers that explore issues of image and national identity in the Balkans; democracy, nationalism, and the related ethnic and political conflicts that have plagued the region; and leadership and conflict in Yugoslavia throughout the twentieth century. The contributors presented these papers at the annual Socrates Kokkalis Graduate Student Workshop, which was organized by the Kokkalis Program on Southeastern and East-Central Europe at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. The contributors—international scholars in disciplines that include literature, economics, political science, anthropology, sociology, international relations, and public policy—lead the reader to a less-traveled path to the study of the Balkans.
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The Imaginary and Real Heritage of Byzantium
DEMOCRACY NATIONALISM AND CONFLICT
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