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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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Transcaucasian triptych

Therborn, Göran, in: New Left Review, 2001
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"Zur geschichtlichen Anthropologie: Traditionelle rechtliche sowie gesellschaftliche Institutionen und Normen auf dem Gebiet des heutigen Serbien und Montenegro", in: Serbien und Montenegro: Raum und Bevölkerung - Geschichte - Sprache und Literatur - Kultur - Politik - Gesellschaft - Wirtschaft - Recht. Hrsg. von Walter Lukan, Ljubinka Trgovčević und Dragan Vukčević in Zusammenarbeit mit Valeria Heuberger, Thede Kahl, Andrej Mitrović, Miroslav Polzer und Mirjam Polzer-Srienz

Naumović, Slobodan; Pavković, Nikola, in: Österreichische Osthefte 47, 1-4, 2005, pp. 91-122
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O skupni zgodovini Slovenije in Koroške = Zur gemeinsamen Geschichte Kärntens und Sloweniens

Stergar, Janez, in: Kärnten - Slowenien: Belastete Grenze im "neuen Europa"? Hrsg.: Peter Karpf ..., 2005, pp. 257-289
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Le communisme

Adler, Alexandre, Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 2001, 127 p.
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De la principauté des Balshic à la domination vénitienne : recherches sur le Zéta (Montenegro) aux XIVe - XVe siècles

Minvielle Debat, Christine, s.l., s.n., 2001, pp. 735 f.
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Geschichte des Russischen Reiches und der Sowjetunion

Köln [etc.], Böhlau, 2002, xi, 539 p.
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Rewriting Caucasian history : the medieval Armenian adaptation of the Georgian Chronicles : the original Georgian texts and the Armenian adaptation / translated with introduction and commentary by Robert W. Thomson

Thomson, Robert W., Oxford, Clarendon li,408p. ( oriental monographs), 1996
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Neoclassicism in the 1920s: Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Poland

Zwickl, András, in: Social sciences and political change: promoting innovative research in post-socialist countries, Robin Cassling ... et al. (eds), 2003, pp. 207-214
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A response to András Zwickl

Pachmanová, Martina, in: Social sciences and political change: promoting innovative research in post-socialist countries, Robin Cassling ... et al. (eds), 2003, pp. 215-217
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Itämeren maailma (The Baltic Sea world)

Klinge, Matti, Helsinki, Otava, 1995, 176 p., ill