W drugiej połowie 2009 roku na Uniwersytecie we Fryburgu odbyła się międzynarodowa konferencja podsumowująca 20 lat przemian społecznych i politycznych w Europie środkowo-wschodniej. Efektem spotkania jest książka, która dzisiaj została włączona do naszych zbiorów (do katalogu tędy). 20 years after the collapse of communism : expectations, achievements and disillusions of 1989 / ed. by Nicolas Hayoz, Leszek Jesień, Daniela Koleva (eds). 2011, Peter Lang, ISBN 9783034305389 to pokaźnych rozmiarów dzieło: ponad 680 stron i 30 rozdziałów. Książka ukazała się w renomowanej serii Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe (więcej informacji na stronie wydawcy).

Spis treści: Introduction : Paths of Ambiguous Transformation after 20 Years / Nicolas Hayoz, Daniela Koleva, Leszek Jesien -- A Sketch on Europeanization with the EU in Focus : Poland 1989-2004-2009 / Leszek Jesien -- The Influence of EU Conditionality and Europeanization on the Consolidation of Macedonia / Zhidas Daskalovski -- From Big Political Change to Permanent Change of Governments. The Logic of 20 Years of Political Party Competition in Central and Eastern Europe / Blagovesta Cholova, Daniel Bochsler -- Beyond Democracy : The Relevance of Informal Power in Eastern Europe / Nicole Gallina, Nicolas Hayoz -- Trust, Path Dependence and Historical Legacy: The Second Decade after Transition / Valentina Dimitrova-Grajzl -- The Missing 'Functional Elite' and the Challenge of Democratization / Arben Hajrullahu -- The Promise of 1989 - Kosovo's Lost Treasure / Mentor Agani, Remzije Istrefi -- Nationalism, Democracy and Independence Revisited : The Cases of Kosovo and Abkhazia / Benedikt Harzl -- External (F)actors in Democratization: Lessons From the Georgian Experience / Ghia Nodia -- Societal Values in Georgia: Twenty Years Later / Giga Zedania -- Mythologies of Postsocialism : The Legends of Revolution and Transition Twenty Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall / Christian Giordano -- Baltic Lieux de mémoire of the 1990s to Early 2000s: Nostalgia, Trauma, Change / Irina Novikova -- Different Meanings of May 9th, Victory Day over Nazi Germany for Russia and the Baltic States / Tomas Kavaliauskas -- (Re)writing History in the 1990s: Croatia and World War II Politics of Remembrance in Croatia - from the 1990s to the Present Day / Stefan Dietrich -- Post-Soviet Ukraine and Belarus Dealing with "The Great Patriotic War" / Andriy Portnov -- "Cossacks into State-Builders" - Constructing Historical "Cossack-Statehood" in Ukraine : A Case Study / Christophe von Werdt -- The Forgotten Legacy of Solidarnosc and Lost Opportunities to Build a Democratic Capitalist System Following the Fall of Communism in Poland / Krzysztof Brzechczyn -- Hope for the Past? Postsocialist Nostalgia 20 Years Later - Martin Pogacar : Traces of Yugoslavia: Yuniverse Beyond Nostalgia / Daniela Koleva -- Current Czech Opinion of the pre-1989 and post-1989 Regimes: Disillusionment with Politics, Regardless of Party Political Allegiances / Jan Culík -- Recasting Transitions after The Fall: Global Governance of Trauma and the Politics of Life in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Jasmina Husanovic -- High Heels and Blue Jeans. What Are the Visible Signs of Democracy? / François Ruegg -- Nation, Border and Territory - Reflecting on Croatian Experiences / Nenad Miscevic -- From Controlled Liberalism to Real Pluralism. The Development of Philosophy in Poland at the End of the Communist Era / Jan Wolenski -- Between a Valley of Joy and a Valley of Nothingness. The Year 1989 and Polish Literature / Maciej Urbanowski -- How to Tell the Truth with Words: Romanian Post-Communist Literature Negotiating Memories: Romanian Literature Reloaded / Ioana Both -- Essay and Travelogue. Two Literary Genres that Have Been Rediscovered during the Debate on the Yugoslavian Collapse / Michael Müller -- Blaming versus Healing: Facing Communist Informers of the Past, and a Literary Example in Péter Esterházy's Revised Edition / Judit Friedrich -- Crimes Against Everyday Life, or On the Patho-Anthropology of Socialism / Alexander Kiossev.

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