The End of Ottoman Rule in Bosnia Conflicting Agencies and Imperial Appropriations
Postwar Continuity and New Challenges in Central Europe, 1918–1923 The War That Never Ended
The Greek Revolution in the Age of Revolutions (1776-1848) Reappraisals and Comparisons
Garibaldi’s Radical Legacy Traditions of War Volunteering in Southern Europe (1861–1945)
Sinti and Roma in Germany (1871-1933) Gypsy Policy in the Second Empire and Weimar Republic
German Neo-Pietism, the Nation and the Jews Religious Awakening and National Identities Formation, 1815–1861
By Hannes Grandits
December 31, 2021
This book focuses on the end of four centuries of Ottoman rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1870s. After an introduction to the region and the political zeitgeist of the late 1860s and early 1870s, it examines in detail the dramatic years beginning in the summer of 1875, when the outbreak of ...
Edited By Celia Donert, Eve Rosenhaft
December 24, 2021
This book explores the legacies of the genocide of Roma in Europe after the end of the Second World War. Hundreds of thousands of people labelled as ‘Gypsies’ were persecuted or killed in Nazi Germany and across occupied Europe between 1933 and 1945. In many places, discrimination continued ...
Edited By Tomasz Pudłocki, Kamil Ruszała
September 30, 2021
This book presents a multi-layered analysis of the situation in Central Europe after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The new geopolitics emerging from the Versailles order, and at the same time ongoing fights for borders, considerable war damage, social and economic problems and ...
Edited By Gábor Gyáni
September 30, 2021
Recent collection of essays discusses the historical event and the multifarious consequences of the 1867 Compromise (Ausgleich, Settlement), conducted between the Habsburg monarch, Francis Joseph and the Hungarian political ruling class. The whole story has usually been narrated from a plainly ...
Edited By Paschalis M. Kitromilides
September 10, 2021
The Greek Revolution in the Age of Revolutions (1776-1848) brings together twenty-one scholars and a host of original ideas, revisionist arguments, and new information to mark the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution of 1821. The purpose of this volume is to demonstrate the significance of the ...
Edited By Eleni Braat, Pepijn Corduwener
June 30, 2021
Back in 1989, many anticipated that the end of the Cold War would usher in the ‘end of history’ characterized by the victory of democracy and capitalism. At the thirtieth anniversary of this momentous event, this book challenges this assumption. It studies the most recent era of contemporary ...
By Enrico Acciai
November 30, 2020
Between the two world wars, thousands of European antifascists were pushed to act by the political circumstances of the time. In that context, the Spanish Civil War and the armed resistances during the Second World War involved particularly large numbers of transnational fighters. The need to fight...
By Joep Schenk
October 23, 2020
Throughout history rivers have always been a source of life and of conflict. This book investigates the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine’s (CCNR) efforts to secure the principle of freedom of navigation on Europe’s prime river. The book explores how the most fundamental change in ...
Edited By Beatrice Scutaru, Simone Paoli
July 29, 2020
This book provides a fresh interdisciplinary analysis into the lives of migrant children and youth over the course of the twentieth century and up to the present day. Adopting biopolitics as a theoretical framework, the authors examine the complex interplay of structures, contexts and relations of ...
By Simon Constantine
July 07, 2020
This book concerns the persecution of the Sinti and Roma in Germany during the Second Empire (1871–1918) and Weimar Republic (1919–1933). It traces the ways in which discriminatory treatment towards 'Gypsies' developed in a state ostensibly committed to individual liberty and equal treatment under ...
By Doron Avraham
July 03, 2020
This book focuses on the national conceptualization of Judaism and Jews by German neo-Pietists from the early Restoration (1815) until the New Era (neue Ära, 1858-1861), at which point Prussia and other German states embarked on a liberal course. The book demonstrates how a certain understanding of...
Edited By Sabrina P. Ramet
May 26, 2020
This monograph focuses on the challenges that interwar regimes faced and how they coped with them in the aftermath of World War One, focusing especially on the failure to establish and stabilize democratic regimes, as well as on the fate of ethnic and religious minorities. Topics explored include ...