Rochester Studies in East and Central Europe

Series Editor: Timothy Snyder

Rochester Studies in East and Central Europe publishes works relating to all areas in the region, as well as the East and Central European diaspora. Special emphasis is given to the role of democracy in post-Communist countries.

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  • Witnessing Romania's Century of Turmoil

    Nicolae Margineanu
    Edited by Dennis Deletant
    University of Rochester Press
    Combining the intimacy of memoir and the precision of history, the story of psychologist Nicolae Margineanu's imprisonment and survival conveys in striking detail the corrosive impact of Communist rule in Romania. Learn More

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  • The Utopia of Terror

    Edited by Rory Yeomans
    University of Rochester Press
    Offers a complex consideration of the relationship of mass terror and utopianism under the fascist government of wartime Croatia. Learn More
    $125.00

  • Smolensk under the Nazis

    Laurie R. Cohen
    University of Rochester Press
    Drawing on oral-history interviews and other sources, this work provides fascinating accounts of how Soviets, Jews, and Roma fared in the Russian city of Smolensk under the 26-month Nazi occupation. Learn More
    $99.00

  • Revolution and Counterrevolution in Poland, 1980-1989

    Andrzej Paczkowski
    University of Rochester Press
    Examines the 1980 Solidarity revolution in Poland, the government's subsequent establishment of martial law in response, in 1981, and the eventual transition to democracy in 1989. Learn More
    $99.00

  • Post-Communist Transition

    Grzegorz W. Kolodko
    University of Rochester Press
    An examination by Poland's former Minister of Finance of the underlying reasons why the transition from state-controlled to free market economies has not been as smooth as envisaged by the relevant governments and international organizations. Learn More
    $60.00

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  • The Polish Singers Alliance of America 1888-1998

    Stanislaus A. Blejwas
    University of Rochester Press
    A history of an American ethnic cultural organization and its close ties to the cause of Polish sovereignty. Learn More
    $90.00

  • The Polish Formalist School and Russian Formalism

    Andrzej Karcz
    University of Rochester Press
    A comparison of two schools of literary criticism, showing how the Polish Formalist School modified and transcended the original ideas of Russian Formalism. Learn More
    $90.00

  • Polish Cinema in a Transnational Context

    Edited by Ewa Mazierska, Michael Goddard
    University of Rochester Press
    This volume introduces a novel treatment of Polish cinema by discussing its international reception, performance, co-productions, and subversive émigré auteurs, such as Andrzej Zulawski and Walerian Borowczyk. Learn More
    $90.00

  • Plebeian Modernity

    Ilya Gerasimov
    University of Rochester Press
    Deciphers typical social practices as a hidden language of communication in urban plebeian society Learn More

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  • Nazi Policy on the Eastern Front, 1941

    Alex J. Kay, Jeff Rutherford, David Stahel
    University of Rochester Press
    Essays provide current interpretations of Germany's military, economic, racial, and diplomatic policies in 1941. Learn More

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