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The Balkans and the West : constructing the European other, 1945-2003 / edited by Andrew Hammond.

Contributor(s): Hammond, Andrew [edt].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, cop. 2004Description: xxiii, 236 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0754632342 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Balkan Peninsula -- Relations -- Europe, Western | Europe, Western -- Relations -- Balkan Peninsula | Europe -- Politics and government -- 1945- | Balkanski poluotok Balkan u književnosti - 20. stoljeće | engleska književnostOnline resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Britain and the Yugoslav general election of November 1945 / Jim Evans -- Primitivism and the modern : a prolonged misunderstanding / Felicity Rosslyn -- The rhetoric of economics : Cold War representation of development in the Balkans / Michael Haynes -- The red threat : Cold War rhetoric and the British novel / Andrew Hammond -- Seeing red : America and its allies through the eyes of Enver Hoxha / Timothy Less -- Paradoxes of occidentalism : on travel literature in Ceaușescu's Romania / Alex Drace-Francis -- Images of the West in Serbian and Croatian prose fiction, 1945-1995 / Celia Hawkesworth -- Western writing and the (re)construction of the Balkans after 1989 : the Bulgarian case / Yonka Krasteva -- Albanians, Albanianism and the strategic subversion of stereotypes / Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers -- Albania after isolation : the transformation of public perceptions of the West / Fatos Lubonja -- Between a Balkan "home" and the "West" : popular conceptions of the West in Bulgaria after 1945 / Galia I. Valtchinova -- Milošević, Serbia and the West during the Yugoslav wars 1991-95 / Tom Gallagher -- Savage tribes and mystic feuds : Western foreign policy statement on Bosnia in the early 1990s / Riikka Kuusisto -- The Balkans conflict and the emergence of the information operations doctrine / Philip M. Taylor -- War in the hall of mirrors : NATO bombing and Serbian cinema / Nevena Daković.
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Britain and the Yugoslav general election of November 1945 / Jim Evans -- Primitivism and the modern : a prolonged misunderstanding / Felicity Rosslyn -- The rhetoric of economics : Cold War representation of development in the Balkans / Michael Haynes -- The red threat : Cold War rhetoric and the British novel / Andrew Hammond -- Seeing red : America and its allies through the eyes of Enver Hoxha / Timothy Less -- Paradoxes of occidentalism : on travel literature in Ceaușescu's Romania / Alex Drace-Francis -- Images of the West in Serbian and Croatian prose fiction, 1945-1995 / Celia Hawkesworth -- Western writing and the (re)construction of the Balkans after 1989 : the Bulgarian case / Yonka Krasteva -- Albanians, Albanianism and the strategic subversion of stereotypes / Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers -- Albania after isolation : the transformation of public perceptions of the West / Fatos Lubonja -- Between a Balkan "home" and the "West" : popular conceptions of the West in Bulgaria after 1945 / Galia I. Valtchinova -- Milošević, Serbia and the West during the Yugoslav wars 1991-95 / Tom Gallagher -- Savage tribes and mystic feuds : Western foreign policy statement on Bosnia in the early 1990s / Riikka Kuusisto -- The Balkans conflict and the emergence of the information operations doctrine / Philip M. Taylor -- War in the hall of mirrors : NATO bombing and Serbian cinema / Nevena Daković.

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