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Identities under Threat

Abstract:

East Central Europe has an exceptionally broad, deep and centuries-long legacy of ethnic mixing, one that was shattered by radical and often violent ‘unmixing’, along theoretically sharper ethnic lines after 1945, on Stalin’s instructions.

These legacies mean categories of belonging are especially freighted, and politically scrutinised right into the present. It also makes the region particuarly relevant to the study of complex, hybrid phenomena that result, but that are hard to ca...

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Accepted manuscript

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Department:
Oxford, HUM, Medieval & Modern Lang Fac
Publisher:
Romanian Cultural Institute Publisher's website
Publication date:
2016-12-05
Pubs id:
pubs:667566
URN:
uri:ec42b697-9d98-4205-b32e-83d6c354de00
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uuid:ec42b697-9d98-4205-b32e-83d6c354de00
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pubs:667566
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English
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