Stanford Studies on Central and Eastern Europe

Norman Naimark, Larry Wolff, series editors
Margo Irvin, SUP editor

This book series focuses on the history, politics, culture, and society of Central and Eastern Europe. Defined broadly, the region includes the Balkans and Ukraine, the historical territory of the Habsburg Empire, and the Baltic states. Poland, Hungary, Romania, and the Czech and Slovak lands are central to the focus of the series. Studies of the early modern and modern periods are welcome, as are contemporary topics, especially those that have cross-regional, multi-disciplinary, and comparative dimensions. In particular, we invite work that takes advantage of recent access to both historical and societal materials from the region itself.

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