In Hoc Signo Vinces: The Politics of Religion as a Source of Power and Conflict

A new article on the politics of religion concerning the Early Balkan Slavic studies:

Albert Doja, "In Hoc Signo Vinces: The Politics of Religion as a Source of Power and Conflict." Politics, Religion & Ideology, vol. 20, no. 4, 2019, pp. 447-466. https://doi.org/10.1080/21567689.2019.1697871.

H-Diplo Article Review 912 on “The Policy of Serbian Expansion, with Specific Reference to Albanians in the Decade Preceding the Balkan Wars.”

H-Diplo Article Review
No. 912
18 December 2019

Article Review Editors: Cindy Ewing and Diane Labrosse
Web and Production Editor: George Fujii

Ethem Çeku.  “The Policy of Serbian Expansion, with Specific Reference to Albanians in the Decade Preceding the Balkan Wars.”  The International History Review 41:1 (2019):  23-38.  DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1080/07075332.2017.1402802.

CS: The History of Yugoslavia [J. Krapfl, 2018]

Throughout its existence, Yugoslavia was among the most complex countries in Europe. Uniting Catholic Croats and Slovenes, Orthodox Serbs, Bosnian Muslims, and a variety of less numerous peoples, Yugoslavia provided at various times in its history a model of synergetically integrated diversity as well as horrific examples of civil war and genocide.

Call for proposals for SHERA-sponsored panel at ASEEES 2019 (Deadline February 1, 2019)

The SHERA Board invites proposals for the Society’s sponsored panel at the 2019 ASEEES Annual Conference. The conference will be held in San Francisco from November 23 to 26, 2019 and the theme is "Belief." More information on the convention theme can be found here

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