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Albania Albania

 

Flag_of_Austria-Hungary_(1869-1918).svg Austria-Hungary

#005: Islam, Gender and Civil Society in post-Ottoman Bosnia and Yugoslavia (1878-1941)

#011: The Croatian Question in the Late Habsburg Empire and the road to a Yugoslav state

#027: Nationalism, folk culture and history in Habsburg Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia & HerzegovinaBosnia & Herzegovina

#005: Islam, Gender and Civil Society in post-Ottoman Bosnia and Yugoslavia (1878-1941)

#017: Muslim nation-building in Socialist Yugoslavia

Bulgaria Bulgaria

#012: National political elites in late 19th and early 20th century Balkans

Croatia Croatia

 

Cyprus Cyprus

 
Greece Greece
#001: “Traditional Friends and Orthodox Brothers”: Greek-Serbian Freindship in the 1990s between Discourse and Praxis  
#002: Left-wing Youth Politics, Leisure and Sexuality in Post-Dictatorship Greece, 1974-1981
#007: Torture Centers in Greece and Argentina during the Military Dictatorships
#010: Muslims in Greece between Empire and Nation State: The Case of Thessaly and Arta, 1878-1897

Ex-Yugoslavia-Flag-icon SFR Yugoslavia

#008: Street and Place (re)Naming and Public Memorialization in Former Yugoslav Countries

#014: Italian pop culture in Yugoslavia: Transfers and encounters across the Adriatic, 1950s-1960s

#025: Discussing corruption in Yugoslavia, 1918-2000

Kosovo Kosovo

 

Macedonia FYR Macedonia

 

Moldova Moldova

 

Montenegro Montenegro

 

Turkey Ottoman Empire

#004: Bringing the Social into the Intellectual – Orthodox Historiography in the Ottoman Balkans
#018: Les Jeunes Turcs: Sauver l’Empire et créer la Nation
#020: Space, wealth, and power in the Ottoman Empire
#026: The making of Orientalism and Turkish Studies in Italy, 1861-1911
#028: Slavery and servitude in the Ottoman Mediterranean

 Romania Romania

#009: Beyond the Obligation to Remember: Silence, Transnationalism and Memory Culture  in Romania

#012: National political elites in late 19th and early 20th century Balkans

#021: On the road with Romanian migrants and traders

Serbia(Yugoslavia) Serbia

#001: “Traditional Friends and Orthodox Brothers”: Greek-Serbian Freindship in the 1990s between Discourse and Praxis  
#022: A look at Vučić’s Serbia and the emergence of new social movements

Slovenia Slovenia

#019: A New Town in Socialist Yugoslavia in comparative perspective

Turkey Turkey

#013: The return of the Near East? A perspective on the Arab World, Turkey and Southeast Europe

#016: Balkan migrants in Turkey: Naturalization, identifications, and associations

#023: Turkish labor unions under AKP rule

#024: Kemalism and the making of modern Turkey

 

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