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History Research Institutes in Southeast-Europe. A Handbook

Ed. by Ulf Brunnbauer

The Center for the Study of Balkan Societies and Culture (CSBSC) in Graz initiated a research project on recent historiography on Southeast Europe funded by the Austrian Ministry of Education, Science and Culture. The handbook gives an overview of the most significant historical research institutes in the countries of Southeast Europe (Albania, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia) - with a separate section on Kosovo -, and Slovenia. Aside from state-run historical research institutes, important non-governmental research centres are included in the documentation, as well as museums and archives, in as far as they carry out research. With this comprehensive information, the handbook details the institutional richness and variety of historiography in the region. It not only reveals the foci of research and the directions of state funding for historical writing, but offers details on the character and output of historical institutes enabling readers to locate them and obtain an idea of what kind of research they do. Each chapter includes information on the institutional affiliation of the respective institute, its structure and staff, as well as its research topics and major publications. Institutes are identified by their original name as well as its English translation. Contact details are also given.

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