CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Regional Perspectives in Global Context
This peer-reviewed series publishes high-quality research on various historical, social and cultural aspects of Central and Eastern Europe. Going beyond the traditional “area studies” perspective, it aims at stimulating a dialogue and exchange between scholarship produced in and on Central and Eastern Europe and other academic research traditions, in a global context.
The series has an interdisciplinary orientation, including history, anthropology, archaeology, political science, sociology, legal studies, economics, religion, literary studies, cultural studies, gender studies, theatre, film and media studies, and art history, including monographs, collections of studies, and editions of source materials. Comparative studies at various sub-national, national and trans-national levels are especially welcome.
Pasts, Inc. is the academic host of the series which is edited in cooperation with its publisher, Brill.
Constantin Iordachi (Central European University, Budapest)
Maciej Janowski (Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences/Central European University, Budapest)
Balázs Trencsényi (Central European University, Budapest)
- Gábor Kármán. The Princes of Transylvania in the Thirty Years War. 2023.
- Judit Pál, Vlad Popovici, Oana Sorescu-Iudean, ed., Elites, Groups, and Networks in East-Central and South-East Europe in the Long 19th Century. 2022
- Maciej Górny. Drawing Fatherlands. Geographers and Borders in Inter-war Europe. 2022
- Markian Prokopovych, Carl Bethke, and Tamara Scheer, ed., Language Diversity in the Late Habsburg Empire. 2019
- Ferenc Laczó, Hungarian Jews in the Age of Genocide. An Intellectual History, 1929–1948. 2016
- Lisa Pope Fischer, Symbolic Traces of Communist Legacy in Post-Socialist Hungary. Experiences of a Generation that Lived During the Socialist Era. 2016
- Silvia Sovic, Pat Thane, and Pier Paolo Viazzo, eds., The History of Families and Households. 2015
- Gábor Almási and Lav Šubarić, eds., Latin at the Crossroads of Identity. The Evolution of Linguistic Nationalism in the Kingdom of Hungary. 2015
- Nevenko Bartulin, The Racial Idea in the Independent State of Croatia. 2014
- Liliya Berezhnaya & Christian Schmitt, Iconic Turns. Nation and Religion in Eastern European CInema since 1989. 2013
- Deniss Hanovs & Valdis Tēraudkalns, Ultimate Freedom – No Choice. The Culture of Authoritarianism in Latvia, 1934–1940. 2013
- László Péter, Hungary's Long Nineteenth Century. Constitutional and Democratic Traditions in a European Perspective. Collected studies. Edited by Miklós Lojkó. 2012