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Central Europe 2021

Aava N23
European Minorities and the Estonian Law on Cultural Autonomy for National Minorities

Ádám CE23
The Revival of the First of December in Szeklerland

Antal CE5
Hungary: Constitutionalized Populist Dictatorship

Asavei CE9
The Vernacular Memories of the Official Portrait of Nicolae Ceausescu

Behr and Turkowski CE5
Is There a “Populist” Ruling Elite? Insights from Poland

Blackington CE12
Mobilizing Memory: Perceptions of the Communist Transition in Anti-PiS Protests

Budryté CE8
From Transnational to Local Remembrance: European Roma Genocide Memory and the Commemoration of Samudaripenin Lithuania

Dembińska and Cloutier CE10
Tourism Industry in De Facto States: Internal and External Legitimization Strategies of Statehood

Dobos CE1
Conceptualization, Operationalizaton and Efficiency: The Case of Non-Territorial Cultural Autonomies in Central and South Eastern Europe

Gál CE18
Healthy Babies for the Nation: The Evolution of the State Child Welfare System in Interwar Banat and Transylvania

Germane N23
A “Melancholy Enterprise”? Revisiting German and Jewish Minorities’ Cooperation at the European Nationalities Congress, 1925-1933

Gyollai CE19
How Hungarian Police Interpret and Enact Anti-Immigrant Discourse: A Phenomenological Perspective

Harrington CE10
A Fifth Column? Anti-Secession Sentiment Amongst Transnistria’s Moldovans, 1989-1990

Holc CE19
Representations of Gay Life in Anti-Gay Poland: National and Counter-National Strategies

Hungler CE1
Defining and Circumventing the “Deserving” and “Idle Poor”: The Roma and the COVID-19 Employment Package in Hungary

Huszka CE7
Minorities as Citizens: The Legal Mobilization for Language Rights by the Hungarian Minority in Romania

Jürgens CE19
Nationalist and Far-Right Extremist Political Parties in EU-Member-States

Kelly CE23
Nation-Painting: Modern Art & Mutual Understanding in Divided States

Kranz TH4
Women and the Nation in East German Television

Kushnir TH1
The “Idea of Europe” in Transition

Kyncl CE22
Lidice Memorial: A Symbol of Crime Against Humanity at the Service of a State Narrative

Lodzinski CE7
The Policy on Public Signage in Minority Languages Versus the Language Tradition of the State: A Change of the Linguistic Landscape in Poland?

Marandici CE10
Rule Takers or Rule Shapers? Exploring De Facto State Agency Across Patron-Client Dyads via a Paired Comparison of Taiwan and Transnistria

Marin CE9
Communism for Young People: The Illustrated Guide of the Romanian Communism

Merabishvili CE20
Nationalist Affects of Pride and Trauma in Hungary: Defending Europe at the Trianon Border

Mulej N23
Sovereignty of Völker: The German Nationalist Takeover of the European Nationalities Congress and the New Nationality Paradigm, 1933-1938

Naxera CE4
“Sudeten Germans or Immigration?” The Use of History and Othering of Germans in the Speeches of the Czech President Miloš Zeman

Negura CE18
Resistance to Schooling and Nation-Building in the Soviet and Romanian Borderlands During the Interwar Period (1918-1940)

Nestakova CE11
Pro-Natal/Anti-Women Policies in Slovak Republic During World War II

Ort CE22
Remembering Reinhard Heydrich: The Politics of Memory in Nazi-Occupied Prague, 1942-1945

Pap CE1
Definitions Matter: Hate Crime Legislation, Identity Politics, and Penal Populism

Patakfalvi-Czirják and Barna CE23
“We Are of One Blood”: The Mainstreaming of Nationalism in Popular Music in Hungary

Petrova N14
From Democratization to Populism: Explaining the Rise and Resilience of Populism in Central Europe

Pistan CE15
European Memory and Identity in the Context of Integration Processes: Some Critical Reflections on the EU Politics of Remembrance

Rac CE18
Linguistics and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Hungary: From the Theory of Hungarian-Hebrew Linguistic Affinity to the Dismissal of Finno-Ugric Studies

Radonić TH3
Post-Communist Memorial Museums: Representations of “Our” and “Their” Victims

Rusu CE4
Street Renaming in Post-Socialist Romania: A Quantitative Analysis of Toponymic Change

Sadecki CE4
Politicization of Collective Memory in Orbán’s Hungary: The Case of the Centenary of the Treaty of Trianon

Sagatiene CE20
Is Soviet Nuremberg Happening in the European Court of Human Rights?

Sata CE5
Illiberal Populism: A Synergy of Xenophobic Nationalism, Identitarian Religion and Anti-Gender Mobilization?

Stewart CE4
Laulupidu and Identity Politics in Estonia

Svensson CE2
Radicalism and Moderation at the Edges of the Nation: Attitudes to Fences and Re-Bordering in Hungary

Taranu CE17
A Romanian Political Story: The Nationalism of Nicolae Iorga Revisited

Udrea and Smith CE13
Minority Protection and Kin-State Engagement: Karta Polaka in Comparative Perspective

Weber CE15
The Recognition of Open Ghettos in East Europe: A Historical Legal Quest Dealing with Rights of Survivors and Collective Memory of the East European Holocaust

Woodard CE20
“A German is Whoever Was a Good Nazi”: How and Why the Deutsche Volksliste Re-Emerged in Cold War Resettler Migration

Zsigmond and Papp CE7
Trapped in Prejudice: The Ethnic Minority Hungarian Youth and the Refugees/Migrants Question