Dějiny jihovýchodní Evropy (Balkánu) na stránkách časopisu Slovanský přehled
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The History of Southeast Europe (the Balkans) in the Pages of the Journal Slavonic Review
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The goal of this article is to provide concise information about in what ways, and how well the Slavonic Review has managed, over the course of its publishing history to date, to reflect on social and political events in the region of Southeast Europe (or, more specifically, the Balkan Peninsula). The focal point of analysis is on the period after 1964, when the Slavonic Review, which had, until that time, been more broadly conceived as a multidisciplinary revue covering the Slavic lands, was transformed into a historical journal that expanded its scope to include the Slavic and non-Slavic states of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. In its conclusion the study attempts to describe and evaluate the contemporary thematic orientation of contributions focusing on the history of Southeastern Europe that have been published in the Slavonic Review.
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