Identity / Narrative / History / Nationalism

Anderson, Benedict. ‘Western Nationalism and Eastern Nationalism. Is there a difference that matters?’ In New Left Review 9 (May-June 2001).

Bar-On, Dan. The “Others” Within Us: Changes in the Israeli Identity from a Psychosocial Perspective (introduction). Jerusalem: Ben Gurion Publication with Mosad Bialik, 1999.

Bell-Fialkoff, Andrew. ‘A Brief History of Ethnic Cleansing.‘ In Foreign Affairs 72/3 (1993): 110-121.

Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe, Joint History Project:

The Ottoman Empire. Thessaloniki: CDRSEE, 2005.
Nations and States in Southeast Europe. Thessaloniki: CDRSEE, 2005.
The Balkan Wars. Thessaloniki: CDRSEE, 2005.
The Second World War. Thessaloniki: CDRSEE, 2005.

Enns, Diane. Identity and Victimhood. Questions for Conflict Management Practice. [Berghof Occasional Paper No. 28, May 2007].

Forca, Ksenija and Majda Puaca. ‘Nationalism Entails Discrimination.’ In Helena Rill, Tamara Smidling & Ana Bitoljanu, eds. 20 Pieces of Encouragement for Awakening and Change. Peacebuilding in the Region of the Former Yugoslavia. Belgrade, Sarajevo: CNA, 2007, 64-74.

Hyvärinen, Matti, Anu Korhonen & Juri Mykkänen, eds. The Travelling Concept of Narrative. The Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies 1 (2006).

Ivekovic, Rada. ‘Women, Nationalism and War: “Make Love Not War.”‘ In: Jelisaveta Blagojevic and Dusan Djordjevic Mileusnic, eds. Selected Papers – Belgrade Women’s Studies Journal; Anniversary Issue 1992/2002. Belgrade: Centar za ženske studije, 2002: 101-109.

King, Charles. ‘The Myth of Ethnic Warfare.’ In Foreign Affairs 80/6 (2001):165-170.

Pesic, Vesna. ‘Serbian Nationalism and the Origins of the Yugoslav Crisis.’ Peaceworks 8 (April 1996). United States Institute for Peace.


Useful online sources:

Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe


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