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History of Communism in Europe
History of Communism in Europe

Publishing House: Zeta Books
Subject(s): History
Frequency: 1 issues
ISSN: 2069-3206
Status: Later issues not available

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Short Description

History of Communism in Europe (HCE) is a journal edited by the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile, Romania (www.iiccr.ro/en). HCE is open to interdisciplinary research sensitive to the conceptual complexity and methodological sophistication required by in-depth inquiry into the totalitarian experience and radical societal experiments of the recent past. The editors encourage young scholars, in particular, to assess novel historical, cultural, and polit¬ical findings within the ex-Soviet Bloc: Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Poland, former GDR or various states of the former USSR or Yugoslavia. HCE favors original contributions relying on newly de-classified archival documents in former communist countries. Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Marius Stan E-mail: marius.stan@iiccr.ro Webpage: http://www.zetabooks.com/history-of-communism-in-europe.html Scientific board : Florian Bieber (CEU Budapest Hungary/ Jena University Germany) Ulf Brunnbauer (Regensburg University Germany) Michael David-Fox (Georgetown University USA) Dennis Deletant (Georgetown University USA) Dominique Colas (Political Science Faculty Paris France) Mark Kramer (Harvard University USA) István Rév (CEU/OSA Budapest Hungary) Jaques Rupnik (Political Science Faculty Paris France) Aleksandr Stykalin (Institute for Slavic and Balkan Studies Moscow Russia) Lavinia Stan (St. Francis Xavier University Canada) Grigori Shkundin (Moscow University Russia) Holm Sϋndhaussen (Free University Berlin Germany) Jean-Charles Szurek (CNRS Paris France) Vladimir Tismăneanu (Maryland University USA)