Just published: The Inhabited Ruins of Central Europe:Re-imagining Space, History and Memory
1 January 2017
From: 22 November 2013
This compilation of 11 essays investigates how multiple and opposing elements coexist in modern Central European history; how they are transposed from one cultural and temporal register to another; how they emerge and are maintained in constantly renewed, productive tensions between past and present, reality and fiction, continuity and disappearance.
With contributions from UCL SSEES academics Tim Beasley-Murray and Peter Zusi, the volume’s editors are Derek Sayer, Professor of Cultural History at Lancaster University and Dariusz Gafijczuk, former SSEES Teaching Fellow in Sociology.
Available from Palgrave Macmillan, New York. ISBN 9781137305855