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Author Bieber, Florian.

Title Debating the End of Yugoslavia
Published Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (276 pages)
Series Southeast European Studies 5 ; v. 5
Southeast European Studies 5
Contents Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Part I The State of the Debate; 1 On the Current and Future Research Agenda for Southeast Europe; 2 Yugoslavia's Dissolution: Between the Scylla of Facts and the Charybdis of Interpretation; 3 Disputes about the Dissolution of Yugoslavia and its Wake; 4 Political Science and the Yugoslav Dissolution: The Evolution of a Discipline; 5 Does Scholarly Literature on the Breakup of Yugoslavia Travel Well?; 6 The Dissolution of Yugoslavia as Reflected Upon by Post-Yugoslav Sociologists; 7 Studying 'Reality' as 'It Is'
8 Debating the End of Yugoslavia in Post-Milošević Serbia9 Social Inequalities and the Study of Yugoslavia's Dissolution; Part II New Directions in Research; 10 What Do We Know about the Lebenswelt of Yugoslavs?; 11 Milošević posing as Saviour of the Communist Regime: A Reassessment; 12 Serbian Political Elites and the Vance-Owen Peace Plan; 13 Before the Storm: Croatian Efforts to Integrate Republic of Serb Krajina from Early 1992 to August 1995; 14 Revisiting Nationalism in Yugoslavia: An Inside-Out View of the Nationalist Movement in Kosovo
Summary Debating the End of Yugoslavia is less an attempt to re-write the dissolution of Yugoslavia, or to provide a different narrative, than to take stock and reflect on the scholarship to date. New sources and data offer fresh avenues of research avoiding the passion of the moment that often characterized research published during the wars and provide contemporary perspectives on the dissolution. The book outlines the state of the debate rather than focusing on controversies alone and maps how different scholarly communities have reflected on the dissolution of the country, what arguments remain op
Notes 15 The Yugoslav Chronotope: Histories, Memories and the Future of Yugoslav StudiesIndex
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Yugoslavia -- History -- 1992-2003 -- Historiography
Yugoslavia -- History -- 1992-2003.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Archer, Rory.
Galijaš, Armina.
ISBN 1409467120