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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  • A Clean Sweep?

    T. David Curp
    University of Rochester Press
    An examination of how the Polish state and its people worked together to ethnically cleanse and colonize eastern Germany after 1945. Learn More
    $90.00

  • An American in Warsaw

    Edited by Vivian Hux Reed, M. B. B. Biskupski, Jochen Böhler, Jan-Roman Potockio
    University of Rochester Press
    Hugh Gibson, US Minister to Poland from 1919 to 1924, recorded his involvement with the rocky first years of Polish statehood in this collection of official dispatches and personal letters. Learn More
    $60.00

  • The Balkans as Europe, 1821-1914

    Edited by Timothy Snyder, Katherine Younger
    University of Rochester Press
    Focusing on state formation and the identity-geopolitics relationship, makes the case that the Balkans were at the forefront of European history in the century before World War I Learn More

    Starting at: $39.95

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  • Between East and West

    Izabela Kalinowska
    University of Rochester Press
    A comparison between Russian and Polish texts of travels to the Orient in the Nineteenth-Century. Learn More
    $80.00

  • Coming of Age under Martial Law

    Svetlana Vassileva-Karagyozova
    University of Rochester Press
    Examines a selection of post-1989 coming-of-age novels authored by the generation of Polish writers whose transition from adolescence to adulthood coincided with Poland's transition from communism to liberal democracy. Learn More
    $85.00

  • Critical Thinking in Slovakia after Socialism

    Jonathan L. Larson
    University of Rochester Press
    Critical Thinking in Slovakia after Socialism interrogates the putative relationship between critical thought and society through an ethnographic study of civic discourse in post-1989 Slovakia. Learn More
    $90.00

  • Globalization and Catching-Up in Transition Economies

    Grzegorz W. Kolodko
    University of Rochester Press
    Globalization and post-communist transition are currently two of the most important economic issues. Kolodko considers the links between them, and the way forward for post-socialist economies. Learn More
    $90.00

  • Ideology, Politics, and Diplomacy in East Central Europe

    Edited by M. B. B. Biskupski
    University of Rochester Press
    An examination of the ways in which East Central Europe has been impacted by the interaction of politics, ideology, and diplomacy in the twentieth century. Learn More

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  • Kyiv as Regime City

    Martin J. Blackwell
    University of Rochester Press
    Charts the resettlement of the Ukrainian capital after Nazi occupation and the returning Soviet rulers' efforts to retain political legitimacy. Learn More

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  • Literary Translation and the Idea of a Minor Romania

    Sean Cotter
    University of Rochester Press
    Examines translations by canonical Romanian writers Lucian Blaga, Constantin Noica, and Emil Cioran, arguing that that their works reveal a new, "minor" mode of national identity. Learn More
    $85.00

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