TWENTY-FIVE LECTURES ON MODERN BALKAN HISTORY
(THE BALKANS IN THE AGE OF NATIONALISM)
by Steven W. Sowards

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Table of contents / complete list of the lectures

TOPIC 1: Defining the "Balkans:" An other Europe

TOPIC 2: The "Old Regimes" in the Balkans before 1790

TOPIC 3: The earliest national revolutions, 1804-1830

TOPIC 4: The Revolution of 1848 and its legacy

TOPIC 5: The impact of the wider world: Economic, social, political

TOPIC 6: The failure of change from above: Reform in Macedonia and Bosnia-Hercegovina

TOPIC 7: Balkan nationalisms: Serbia and Greece

TOPIC 8: World War I: Causes and legacies

TOPIC 9: Limitations of Western models in the interwar period

TOPIC 10: Balkan politics during World War II

TOPIC 11: The coming of the Cold War

TOPIC 12: The Balkans in the age of bi-polar politics

TOPIC 13: Explaining the revolutions of the 1980s

LIST OF MAPS

BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE

Copyright 1996 by Steven W. Sowards


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