Volume 45, 2018/1-3

ISSUE 1
2018, Vol. 45, no. 1, East Central Europe and the Problematic of the International

THEMATIC ISSUE
Guest Editor: Mladen Medved

Introduction. East Central Europe and the Problematic of the International
By: Mladen Medved - see full text in the attachment
The “Law” of Uneven and Combined Development: Part 1. Sources and Components
By: Neil Davidson
Trotsky or Wallerstein? Approaching the Habsburg Monarchy in the Nineteenth Century
By: Mladen Medved
National History as a History of Compacts. Jus Publicum Europaeum and Suzerainty in Romania in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
By: Andrei Dan Sorescu
Liberalism, Colonialism and Liberal Imperialism
By: David Williams

REVIEW ARTICLE

Local Faces, Human Crimes—New Histories of the Hungarian Holocaust
By: Ilse Josepha Lazaroms

BOOK REVIEWS
Another Hungary: The Nineteenth-Century Provinces in Eight Lives, written by Nemes, Robert
By: Ágoston Berecz
The Great Departure: Mass Migration from Eastern Europe and the Making of the Free World, written by Zahra, Tara
By: Kristina E. Poznan
The Rise and Fall of Belarusian Nationalism, 1906–1931, written by Rudling, Per Anders
By: Catherine Gibson
Zionists in Interwar Czechoslovakia: Minority Nationalism and the Politics of Belonging, written by Lichtenstein, Tatjana
By: Jan Rybak

For more, see Brill's page.

ISSUE 2-3
2018, Vol. 45, no. 2-3, State Socialist Experts in Transnational Perspective. East European Circulation of Knowledge during the Cold War

THEMATIC ISSUE
Guest Editor: Bogdan C. Iacob

Introduction. State Socialist Experts in Transnational Perspective. East European Circulation of Knowledge during the Cold War (1950s–1980s)
By: Bogdan C. Iacob, Corina Doboș, Raluca Grosescu, Viviana Iacob and Vlad Pașca - see full text in the attachment

A Détente Equation: The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and Socialist Experts before Helsinki (1947–1975)
By: Vlad Pașca

Scenes of Cold War Diplomacy: Romania and the International Theatre Institute, 1956–1969
By: Viviana Iacob

Global Challenges, Local Knowledges: Politics and Expertise at the World Population Conference in Bucharest, 1974
By: Corina Doboș

Together but Apart: Balkan Historians, the Global South, and unesco’s History of Humanity, 1978–1989
By: Bogdan C. Iacob

From Border Fetishism to Tactical Socialism
By: Gabriela Nicolescu

FURTHER ARTICLES

The “Law” of Uneven and Combined Development: Part 2. Scope and Developments
By: Neil Davidson

Conflicting Interests in the Comecon Integration. State Socialist Debates on East-West-South Relations
By: Tamás Gerőcs and András Pinkasz

BOOK REVIEWS

Britain and Interwar Danubian Europe: Foreign Policy and Security Challenges, 1919–1936, written by Dragan Bakić
By: Miklós Lojkó

Catastrophe and Utopia: Jewish Intellectuals in Central and Eastern Europe in the 1930s and 1940s, edited by Laczó, Ferenc, and Joachim von Puttkamer
By: Agnes Katalin Kelemen

Rationed Life: Science, Everyday Life, and Working-class Politics in the Bohemian Lands, 1914–1918, written by Kučera, Rudolf
By: John Deak

The Monumental Nation: Magyar Nationalism and Symbolic Politics in Fin-de-siècle Hungary, written by Varga, Bálint
By: Ágoston Berecz

For more, see Brill's page.