We, the People: Politics of National Peculiarity in Southeastern Europe

Diana Mishkova

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Synopsis: Analyzes the processes of nation-building in nineteenth and early-twentieth-century south-eastern Europe. A product of transnational comparative teamwork, this collection represents a coordinated interpretation based on ten varied academic cultures and traditions.

About the Author: Diana Mishkova is Director of Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia

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