Announcing a new series from CEUPress "Crisis, Conflict and Security in Central and Eastern Europe"
Central European University Press
Announcing a new series from CEUPress
Crisis, Conflict and Security in Central and Eastern Europe
Heidi Hein-Kircher, Herder-Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe, Marburg, Germany.
Liliya Berezhnaya, University of Münster, Germany; Central European University, Vienna, Austria; Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium.
Security, crisis and conflicts play a crucial role in the international relations of Central and Eastern European states and in internal affairs, between national, ethnic and religious groups. Crises, conflicts, security issues and their perceptions are closely linked to state building, nationalism, the fall of Soviet hegemony, as well as multi-ethnicity and multi-culturality in Central and Eastern Europe.
The series discusses the emergence, fostering and sustainability of conflicts and crises, as well as the perception of security problems and the attempts to create security from various perspectives in modern times. The series includes volumes written by scholars of various disciplines, but with a focus on history. It aims to provide interpretations and historical dimensions relating to the current triggers of in-security and conflicts in Central and Eastern Europe. Doing so, the series provides an innovative insight into current and urgent research problems.
Monika Baar, European University Institute, Italy Margarita Balmaceda, Seton Hall, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, USA
Werner Distler, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Andrea Gawrich, University of Giessen, Germany
Ana Ivasiuc, Maynooth University, Ireland
Jerzy Kochanowski, University of Warsaw, Poland Otá Konrad, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic
Klaus Richter, University of Birmingham, UK Olga Sezneva, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
David Smith, University of Glasgow, UK
Darius Staliūnas, Institute for Lithuanian History, Lithuania
Andras Szalai, CEU Democracy Institute, Hungary
Topics of relevance to the series might include:
Nationalism and imperialism as triggers of conflict
Migration, as a result of, or as a trigger of, crises
Memory cultures, memory politics, memory wars
Political, economic and societal transformation/transition
Wars, flight and expulsion
Social engineering as a tool for conflict prevention and resolution (such as deportations)
Historicizing and conceptualizing the notions of “security”, “conflict” and “crisis” in Central and Eastern Europe
Please, contact series editors for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Dr. Liliya Berezhnaya, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Historisches Seminar - Abteilung für Osteuropäische Geschichte
Telefon: 0251 / 83 24122 (Sekretariat), E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org