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Ideologies and National Identities

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John Lampe
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Mark Mazower

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1John R. Lampe is Professor of History at the University of Maryland, College Park, and past Director of East European Studies at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington.

2Constantin Iordachi completed his doctoral dissertation at the Central European University, Budapest; a study of the evolution of the concept of citizenship in Romania; he teaches at the University of Bucharest.

3Mark Biondich completed his doctoral dissertation on Stjepan Radić and the Croatian Peasant Party in history at the University of Toronto and works for the Canadian Ministry of Justice in Ottawa.

4Sandra Prlenda is a historian from Zagreb, affiliated with the Centre for Women’s Studies in Zagreb, where she works on nationalism and religion in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

5James Frusetta is a Ph.D. candidate in history at the University of Maryland, College Park; his doctoral dissertation is a study of intersections between Bulgarian and Macedonian identity. He has taught at the American University in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria.

6Andrew B. Wachtel is Professor of Slavic Language and Literature at Northwestern University, Department of Slavic Languages and Literature and Director of the Program in Comparative Literary Studies at Northwestern; his areas of interest include Russian and South Slavic literatures.

7Ildiko Erdei is an anthropologist who teaches at the University of Belgrade, Department of Ethnology and Anthropology, and focuses mainly on the anthropology of political rituals and urban anthropology.

8Maja Brkljačić is completing her doctoral dissertation in history at Central European University, Budapest; her main areas of interest are the history of Communism and the representation of history.

9Rossitza Guentcheva completed her doctoral dissertation in history at Cambridge University and teaches at the University of Sofia; her research interests include the history of Communism and the history of perception.

10Robert C. Austin is Project Coordinator at the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Toronto and a Consultant for Intermedia Global Research and Evaluation, Washington, DC.

11Marko Bulatović is a Ph.D. candidate in history at the University of Toronto; his doctoral dissertation is a study of Yugoslavism in the interwar Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

12Dejan Jović completed his doctoral dissertation at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is a Lecturer in Politics at the University of Stirling, and a regular contributor to the Economics Intelligence Unit for the area of former Yugoslavia.

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