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Recently published: "Comparative Southeast European Studies" 71, no. 4 (2023)

In the latest issue Svetlana Suveica and Petru Negura have compiled a thematic section on "Everyday Ethnicity and Popular Responses to Nation-Building Projects in Moldova after 1989".

The thematic section contains ontributions by Vladimir Solonari, Keith Harrington, Jennifer Cash, Elena-Ana Daniela and Ion Marandici. Is among the first compilations to focus on recent nation-building processes in Moldova and is recommended to your attention.
In the open section, Christophe Solioz contributes a compelling essay that pays tribute to one of the great contemporary Slovenian literary figures, the late Boris Pahor (1913-1922).
In addition, the issue contains four book reviews.

Comparative Southeast European Studies 71, no. 4 (2023) (open access)