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The European Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (EBSEES) - 1991-2007

The European Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (EBSEES) collects books, journal articles, reviews and dissertations from Eastern Europe (former countries of Eastern Bloc) which were published in Belgium, Germany, Finland, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland from 1991 to 2007. The segment "Literature" and "Culture" of the European Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies contains 18.000 bibliographic entries (from the total asset of 85.000). More information can be found here.

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La destruction des confins

in: Cultures d'Europe centrale, 2003
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Les privatisations à l'Est: une question de marchandage politico-économique

Labaronne, Daniel, in: Revue d'Études comparatives Est-Ouest 33, 2002, pp. 205-226
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Le mythe des confins

in: Cultures d'Europe centrale, 2003
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La destruction des confins

in: Cultures d'Europe centrale, 2003
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La destruction des confins

in: Cultures d'Europe centrale, 2003
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La destruction des confins

Bechtel, Delphine; Galmiche, Xavier, in: Cultures d'Europe centrale, 2003, pp. 5-11
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La destruction des confins

Bechtel, Delphine; ; Galmiche, Xavier, in: Cultures d'Europe centrale, 2003
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Vozroždenie starych nauk o gosudarstve - put' k sisteme gumanističeskich social'no-političeskich nauk

Bortis, Heinrich, in: Socijal'ni ta politični nauky u Spivdružnosti nezaležnych deržav = Social and political sciences in the Commonwealth of Independent States, red. kolehija H. Bortis ... et al., 1999, pp. 38-60
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A response to Bogdan Nadolu

Baytchinska, Krassimira, in: Social sciences and political change: promoting innovative research in post-socialist countries, Robin Cassling ... et al. (eds), 2003, pp. 101-105
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The notion of diasystem: dialectological and sociolinguistic issues

Nuorluto, Juhani, in: Zentrum und Peripherie in den slavischen und baltischen Sprachen und Literaturen, Robert Hodel (Hg.), 2004, pp. 217-225