New Issue of Anthropological Journal of European Cultures

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How do European societies differ from what had been hoped and designed in the years 1989-1991? Contributors in this special issue explore whether this period continues to define individuals, societies and historical representations of Eastern Europe and beyond.

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Volume 26, Issue 1

Que reste-t-il de nos amours? The Expectations of 1989-1991 Revisited
Guest Editors: Francisco Martínez and Marcos Farias Ferreira

Introduction
Que reste-t-il de nos amours?: The Expectations of 1989-1991 Revisited
Francisco Martínez
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Articles
Play of Mirrors: An Encounter of Personal Biographies with Europe's Journey
Marcos Farias Ferreira
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The End of the European Honeymoon?: Refugees, Resentment and the Clash of Solidarities
Siobhan Kattago
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It Was Not Meant to Be This Way: An Unfortunate Case of Anglo-Saxon Parochialism?
Tom Frost
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How Much 'Europeaness' Remains in Contemporary Russia?
Larisa Deriglazova
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To Whom Does History Belong?: The Theatre of Memory in Post-Soviet Russia, Estonia and Georgia
Francisco Martínez
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Those Who Decide about the Fate of the Foreigner: A Commentary
Tiina Ann Kirss
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Book Review
Gabriela Kiliánova
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