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Your tardy correspondent has now updated his listing of citations and
abstracts for articles of interest in _Slavic Review_. They may be found
at gopher://gopher.ttu.edu:70/11/Pubs/lijpn/HABS/contents/slavrev. Please
note that, since _Slavic Review_'s operations have moved to the University
of Illinois, the full text web archives of six issues for 1994 and 1995
has moved to http://ragnar.econ.uiuc.edu/~slavrev/upenn/postslav.html
The link on the HABSBURG home page has been updated.
Here is the report for the first two issues of 1996:
Correspondent: Jim Niessen
Volume 55, Number 1 (Spring 1996)
Gale Stokes, John Lampe, and Dennison Rusinow with Julie Mostov, "Instant
History: Understanding the Wars of Yugoslav Succession," 136-60
The review essay surveys a large number of recent English language works
on the prehistory and ongoing history of the fall of Yugoslavia and the
Bosnian conflict. Scholarly and popular accounts employing an historical,
social science, and journalistic approach are discussed.
Volume 55, Number 2 (Summer 1996)
Tom Priestly, "Denial of Ethnic Identity: The Political Manipulation of
Beliefs about Language in Slovene Minority Areas of Austria and Hungary,"
While placing the problem in the context of literature about linguistics
and ethnicity (the Windisch and the Vend theories), the study cites
contemporary and historical accounts on the interwar and World War II era
politics of Austria and Hungary.