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Germanistik in Ireland: Jahrbuch der = Yearbook of the German Studies Association (GSAI): Volume 14/2019: Special Issue: Ethnic German Writers of Communist Eastern Europe/ Ethnisch deutsche Autoren im kommunistishen Osteuropa/ guest editorsd: Brian Haman..., Maria Irod...; editor: Gillian Pye...with Sabine Strümper-Krobb...
New Europe College Yearbook: Pontica Magna Program 2018-2019: The SMES development constraints in transitional and developing countries: Georgia & Romania/ Kaha Baindurashvili; State-led modernization and middle class subjectivities in post-soviet Azerbaijan/ Cristina Boboc; The other witch: ethnic minorities and witchcraft accusations in the Grand Dutchy of Lithuania/ Vital Byl; On Permanent migrant temporariness: the case of Moldovans in Italy/ Olga Cojocaru; Women of the Gulag in Liziko Kavtaradze's memoir: 'wives', urkas and political prisoners / Tamta Melashvili; Narratives of the Armenian polemics with the Muslims from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries/ Anna Ohanjanyan; 'Mimicking' the west? Russia's legitimization discourse from Georgia war to the annexation of Crimea/ Vasile Rotaru; [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Yearbook: Gerda Henkel Program 2016-2020/Living conditions and (re)defining identity in the Gulag: a study based on autobiographical texts belonging to people from Bessarabia and Bucovina deported to Kazakhstan/ Aurelia Felea; The Jewish community and Russian authorities/ Artem Kharcenko; 'Instead of myself, I entrust to be in the court and to attend...': advocates in eighteenth-century Sloboda Ukraine/ Svitlana Potapenko; Hrabské in search of 'Divine and human law': the history of Greek Catholic - Orthodox Conflict in one village in interwar Slovakia/ Viktoriia Serhiienko; Dead-letter regimes in the post-soviet space: Strategies and communication/ Evgeny Troitsky; [foreword by Katharina Biegger; editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program Yearbook 2019-2020: Knowing from experience: on induction in a broader sense and the intuition of essences/ Alexandru Bejinariu; Seeing like a bank: a money lender's perspective on the end of the Cold War/ Adrian Grama; La figure de Narcisse dans la littérature médiévale/ Alexandra Ilina; Religious imagination and immigration in Spinoza's political treatise/ Razvan Ioan; Narratives of space: Traditions between oral and written memory/ Anamaria Iuga; Divided collective memory and the judicialization of (past) necropolitical practices around institutions for children with disabilities in Romania / Leyla Safta-Zecheria; Peddlers, peasants, icons, engravings: the portrait of the tsar and Romanian nation-building, 1888-1916/ Andrei Sorescu; The Time of the chalice: of marriages, ancestors, and sons among gypsies in Romania/ Catalina Tesar; red Grivita: the building of a socialist neighborhood in Bucharest (1944-1958)/ Andrei Razvan Voinea; [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]
New Europe College Stefan Odobleja Program Yearbook: 2018-2019: Judging Originality: the limits of intellectual property in architectural works/ Sebastian Botic; Contested Orthodoxy: Latins and Greeks in late medieval Jerusalem/ Valentina Covaci; Cars and Global Late Socialism/ Alina-Sandra Cucu; The Imperial Signs' (Nisan-i Hümayun): framing Muslim-Christian Relations in the seventeenth century Mediterranean/ Radu Dipratu; The Youth and the Unified Nation: social control and discipline in Romanian interwar high schools/ Anca Filipovici; The Structure of Rural Households in 19th century Moldavia and Wallachia: approaching old censuses, revisiting paradigms/Bogdan Mateescu; Plants as instruments of Knowledge in Early Modern Natural Philosophy/ Oana Lidia Matei; The British Connection: Jews and Judaism in the Anglican-Romanian Orthodox interfaith relations/ Ion Popa; Wie wohnt Jesus Gemäss den Apokryphen Thomasakten?/Cosmin Daniel Pricop [editor: Irina Vainovski-Mihai]