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Revolutionary totalitarianism, pragmatic socialism, transition. Volume One, Tito's Yugoslavia, stories untold
Gorana Ognjenoić, Jasna Jozelić, editors
New York, New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Baker Berry DR1302 .R48 2016
Politics and the peasantry in post-war Turkey : social history, culture and modernization
Yildirmaz, Sinan, author
New York : I.B. Tauris, 2017
"When the Ottoman Empire collapsed following the First World War, the feudal system which had survived untouched in much of Anatolia began to change. Kemal Ataturk's task of building a nation 'from the people up' meant that the peasantry, by far Turkey's largest ethnographic group, became an important symbol of social cohesion. Here, Sinan Yildirmaz analyses the history of modern Turkey through the material culture of this peasantry - their speeches, social club documents, art and diaries - and reveals a rich social and political life which flowered after the Second World War. Politics and the Peasantry in Post-War Turkey is the first history to show how the changing peasantry laid the foundations for the modern Turkish state, and will be essential reading for students and scholars of the Ottoman Empire and of the History of Modern Turkey."--
Baker Berry DR590 .Y55 2017
Is the Turk a white man? : race and modernity in the making of Turkish identity
Ergin, Murat, 1977- author
Boston : Brill, 
Why this book should not have been written -- The republican conversion narrative -- Encounters with the "west" -- Race in early republican Turkey -- Close encounters and racial discourses -- Race in contemporary Turkey -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry DR434 .E74 2017
Bosnia's paralysed peace
Bennett, Christopher, author
London : Hurst & Company, 2016
Baker Berry DR1752 .B46 2016
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