Der Donauraum 2014 Jg. 54, Heft 1-2: Remembrance Culture and Common Histories in the Danube Region
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The past twenty-five years in Southeastern Europe have witnessed extensive efforts by states, intellectuals, parties and ordinary citizens to re-evaluate, rewrite and revise the past. […] Yet, these new narratives frequently did not serve open and diverse reflection but sought to justify new/old narratives. […] This special issue examines these efforts on three levels: official new narratives, remembrance in popular culture, such as music and film, and larger social processes of identity construction.” Florian Bieber, Introduction$ $ $0$0$ $0$31.12.1899$VOL4$11.01.2017$0$KOS$18.07.2016$0$3$AAAGLjAAGAAAoxrAAk$
- Florian Bieber (Hg.)
- Florian Bieber Univ.-Prof. Dr., M.A. in Political Science and History, Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Vienna, M.A. in Southeast European Studies from Central European University (CEU) Budapest, currently Professor in South East European History and Politics and director of the Center for South East European Studies at the University of Graz.