Southeastern Europe 36 (2012), 2

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Southeastern Europe 36 (2012), 2.
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Southeastern Europe is edited and produced in cooperation with the Istituto per l’Europa Centro-Orientale e Balcanica (IECOB) in Bologna, Italy.

Southeastern Europe is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to publish innovative research on contemporary developments in Southeastern Europe.

Southeastern Europe (print ISSN 0094-4467, online ISSN 1876-3332) is published three times a year by Brill, P. O. Box 9000, 2300 PA Leiden, The Netherlands, brill.nl.

CONTENTS

Articles

Alma Vardari-Kesler (Tel-Aviv University), Politics of Protest in Supervised Statehood: Co-Shared Governance and Erosion of Citizenship. The case -study of the Vetevendosje! Movement in Kosovo
149

Rory Archer (University of Graz), Assessing turbofolk controversies: popular music between the nation and the Balkans
178

Sílvia Gómez Mestres (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Jose Luis Molina (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Sarah Hoeksma (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Miranda Lubbers (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Bulgarian migrants in Spain: Social networks, patterns of transnationality, community dynamics and cultural change in Catalonia (North-eastern Spain)
208

Mitja Zagar (Universities of Ljubljana and Primorska/Littoral, Koper), (Re) -Thinking and (Re) -Imagining South-Eastern Europe or an Intellectual-Existential Journey to the Balkans
237

Debate

Ivaylo Ditchev (University of Sofia), “A Comment on Maria Todorova, Bones of contention. The living archive of Vasil Levski and the making of Bulgaria’s national hero (Budapest and New York: Central European University Press: 2009)“
251

Stefan Troebst (University of Leipzig), “A Comment on Maria Todorova, Bones of contention. The living archive of Vasil Levski and the making of Bulgaria’s national hero (Budapest and New York: Central European University Press: 2009)“
256

Maria Todorova (University of Illinois), “A Response to Ivaylo Ditchev and Stefan Troebst’s Comments on Bones of contention. The living archive of Vasil Levski and the making of Bulgaria’s national hero”
264

Book Reviews

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Southeastern Europe 36 (2012), 2. in: H-Soz-Kult, 20.03.2013, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-7511>.
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