4 edition of East-Central European region found in the catalog.
East-Central European region
George H. Hodos
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||George H. Hodos.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 157 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||99006881|
This book is a comprehensive treatment of the East Central European region between the First and Second World Wars. The narrative is glib, fluid and thoroughly readable. The author provides copious tables and maps for easy reference, but this is not a "statistical" s: 3. East Central Europe in the historiography of the countries of the region. Lublin: Institute of East Central Europe, (OCoLC) Online version: Kłoczowski, Jerzy. East Central Europe in the historiography of the countries of the region. Lublin: Institute of East Central Europe, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
Central and Eastern Europe is a term encompassing the countries in Central Europe (the Visegrád Group), the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Europe (the Balkans), usually meaning former communist states from the Eastern Bloc (Warsaw Pact) in rly literature often uses the abbreviations CEE or CEEC for this term. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and . East Central Europe in the Middle Ages provides a much-needed overview of the history of the region from the time when the present nationalities established their state structures and adopted Christianity up to the Ottoman conquest. Jean Sedlar’s excellent synthesis clarifies what was going on in Europe between the Elbe and the Ukraine during.
The conclusions of all three books were roughly the same: Moscow designed and executed the communist seizure of power in East Central Europe for the purpose of extending its sphere of influence in Europe and the world. The takeover was performed . Choice Outstanding Academic Title for The Historical Atlas of Central Europe covers the area from Poland, Lithuania, and the eastern part of Germany to Greece and western Turkey and extends in time from the early fifth century to the present. This new edition of the Historical Atlas of East Central Europe, first published in to great acclaim, incorporates the enor/5(5).
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These and other statements make their book an interesting contribution and worth debating to understand the current situation in East-Central Europe. At the same time, there are reasons why the book’s explanatory model with regard to the region should be expanded.
East-Central Europe is the region between German- West Slavic- and Hungarian-speaking Europe and the Eastern Slavic lands of Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. Those lands are described as situated "between two": "between two worlds, between two stages, between two futures". In the geopolitical sense, East-Central Europe can be considered alongside Western and Eastern Europe, as one of.
This book provides an analysis of the European Parliament elections with a focus on East-Central European countries. The authors offer conceptual insights into Euroscepticism and discuss traditionally familiar concepts in a new light, pairing East-Central European Euroscepticism with visions of illiberal democracy, on the one hand, and showing the increasing Europeanisation of Eurosceptic.
An examination of East-Central European history, this book looks to the past for the roots of the cleavage between the eastern and western regions of Europe and the reasons for the east-central.
Book Description. Covering territory from Russia in the east to Germany and Austria in the west, The Routledge History of East East-Central European region book Europe since explores the origins and evolution of modernity in this turbulent region.
This book applies fresh critical approaches to major historical controversies and East-Central European region book, expanding the study of a region that has experienced persistent and. An illuminating study of the demographic, cultural, and socioeconomic condition of East Central European Jewry, the book focuses on the internal life of Jewish communities in the region and on the relationships between Jews and gentiles in a nationalist environment.
During the period following Iosif Stalin’s death, the fate of the East Central European region was determined by, on the one hand, the political status quo worked out at Yalta inand on the other hand, by the unstable and undefined New Course in Soviet policy under the dictator’s successors.
The Economy of East Central Europe, book. Stages of Transformation in a Peripheral Region. The Economy of East Central Europe, DOI link for The Economy of East Central Europe, This is a new and comprehensive overview which incorporates fresh research and recent changes to the region to trace this economic.
Byzantine Military Organization on the Danube, 10thth Centuries (East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, ) by Alexandru Madgearu | Aug 1, out of 5 stars 2. Abstract: The focus of this article is the introduction of the category of historical legacy as the most adequate heuristic device in.
The book provides a thought-provoking overview of some main differences in political, economic and social development between West - en C/E Europe, from Medieval times to the present. The backward economic development and unhappy and very bloody history in the region, for instance, is not something of the 20th century only but has been the case.
Pub_AbstractText: This thesis proposes an alternative governance structure for east central Europe - the Intermarium. The Intermarium is based on the development of a supplementary federal structure capable of controlling factionalism and nationalism utilizing concepts from James Madison's Tenth Federalist.
In particular, James Madison's approach to mitigating and preventing the formation of. Although the Middle Ages saw brilliant achievements in the diverse nations of East Central Europe, this period has been almost totally neglected in Western historical scholarship.
East Central Europe in the Middle Ages provides a much-needed overview of the history of the region from the time when the present nationalities established their state structures and adopted Christianity up. Most countries in the region reformed their media industries through broadcasting acts and yet, many problems still persist.
The need for informed and imaginative debate is as strong as ever. This volume contains ten studies that explore the current situation of the media in East Central Europe. Florin Curta is Waldo W.
Neikirk Professor of Medieval History and Archaeology at the University of Florida. His books include: The Making of the y and Archaeology of the Lower Danube region, c.
(), which received the Herbert Baxter Adams prize of the American Historical Association; and Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, (). Types and stereotypes is the fourth and last volume of a path-breaking multinational literary history that incorporates innovative features relevant to the writing of literary history in general.
Instead of offering a traditional chronological narrative of the periodthe History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe approaches the region s literatures from five. Get this from a library. The East-Central European region: an historical outline. [George H Hodos] -- Examining East-Central European history, this book looks to the past for the roots of the cleavage between the east and west Europe and the reasons for the East-Central countries' backward and.
This book provides an introductory survey to contemporary nationalism in East Central Europe. It examines the problem of nationalism in the region in the wake of the collapse of communism and attempts to place recent events within a historical context.
The book contains selected essays devoted to. "This book is the culmination of a lifetime of academic research and thinking by one of the most prominent scholars of East Central Europe Ambitious in scope and engagingly argued, Janos's book is well worth reading by any serious student of East European or postcommunist politics." (Journal of Interdisciplinary History)Reviews: 2.
Throughout the Cold War era, the Iron Curtain divided Central Europe into a Communist East and a democratic West, and we grew accustomed to looking at this part of the world in bipolar ideological terms.
Yet many people living on both sides of the Iron Curtain considered themselves Central Europeans, and the idea of Central Europe was one of the driving forces behind the revolutionary year of 5/5(1).
Abstract: The article analyzes the ways in which the concept of Central Europe and related regional classifications were. Book Description.
Medieval Networks in East Central Europe explores the economic, cultural, and religious forms of contact between East Central Europe and the surrounding world in the eight to the fifteenth century.
The sixteen chapters are grouped into four thematic parts: the first deals with the problem of the region as a zone between major power centers; the second provides case .Secular law remained largely customary and uncodified in east central Europe.
While much of south-eastern Europe had remained Christian ever since Roman times, most of east central Europe was Christianized during the high Middle Ages.
The Baltic region came later, Lithuania only being converted after South-eastern Europe was influenced first by Byzantine and then Italian law.