Volume 4, Number 2, 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Great War and Eastern Europe

Introduction

p. 149
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Weltschmerz in the Banat: The Great War, Globalization, and Miloš Crnjanski’s Novel Dnevnik o Čarnojeviću

pp. 151-171

The Great War and the 1918–19 Revolutions as Experienced and Remembered by the Hungarian Peasantry

pp. 173-194
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From Imperial to National: Przemyśl, Galicia’s Transformation through World War I

pp. 195-218
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Burgenland and the Austria-Hungary Border Dispute in International Perspective, 1918–22

pp. 219-246
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On the Front Line in Someone Else’s War: Mallakastër, Albania, 1916–18

pp. 247-263
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Articles

Détente, Recognition, and Citizenship: The Case of East Germany

pp. 265-289
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The Uzbek Wild Card in the New Great Game in Central Asia

pp. 291-308

Research Notes

A Personality Cult’s Rise and Fall: Three Cities after Khrushchev’s “Secret Speech” and the Stalin Monument that Never Was

pp. 309-326
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The Role of Russian Federal and Regional Political Elites in the Modernization of Public Administration

pp. 327-346
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Book Reviews

Imperial Apocalypse: The Great War and the Destruction of the Russian Empire by Joshua A. Sanborn (review)

pp. 347-349
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The Thaw: Soviet Society and Culture during the 1950s and 1960s ed. by Denis Kozlov and Eleonory Gilburd (review)

pp. 351-353
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Fantomy rossiiskogo obshchestva by Zh. T. Toshchenko (review)

pp. 355-359
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Notes on the Contributors

pp. 361-367