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A.A. 2011/2012 --- Alessandria

EAST EUROPEAN HISTORY



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The course provides three distinct directions: students must choose one of three. The development of course will cover broadly all three directions.
Direction A): East-Central and South-Eastern Europe from 1905 to EU eastward enlargement (2004)
[Part I: 1. Wars and Revolutions, 1905-1918. 2. New Europe, 1918-1938. 3. Long War, 1938-1945. Part II: 4. Brutal Peace, 1945-1948. 5. High Stalinism and its consequences, 1948-56. 6. Thaw and Consolidation, 1956-1975. Part III: 7. Final Crisis, 1975-1985. 8. End of Communist Systems, 1985-1989. Part IV. 9. Soft Transitions, 1989-1999 (Poland, Hungary, Cech Republic, Slovakia). 9. New Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania). 10. Hard Transitions, 1989-1999 (Romania, Albania, Former Yugoslavia). Part V: New Europe, 1999-2004. 11. New Member States of the EU. 12.The Western Balkans.
Direction B): From the Russian Empire to the Russian Federation (1905-2004)
Part I: 1. 1905-1922: Wars and Revolutions. Part II: 2. 1922-1929: creation of the Soviet system. 3. 1929-1939: . Part III: 4. 1939-1948: defeat and rebirth. 5. 1948-1953: a world power established . Part IV 6. 1953-1964: the thaw that failed 7. 1964-1975: zenith of the soviet of the system. 8. 1975-1991: decline and dissolution. 9. 1991-2004: the Russian Federation.
Direction C: Modern Turkey (1908-2004)
Parte I: 1. From the Young Ottomans to the Young Turks. 2. Transition to the Republic1(908-1923). Part II: Republican Turkey (1923-1950). Parte III: From the transition to democracy to the neo-islamist governments (1950-2004)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE BIBLIOGRAPHY
Direction A):
J. Rothschild, East-Central Europe between the two wars (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1974)
B. Fowkes, Eastern Europe from 1945-1969. From Stalinism to Stagnation (Harlow: Longman, 2000)
B. Gökay, Eastern Europe since 1970 (Harlow: Longman, 2001)
P. Kenney, The Burdens of Freedom. Eastern Europe since 1989 (London: Zed Books, 2006)
Direction B):
G. Hosking, A History of the Soviet Union, 1917-1991 (London-Glasgow: Fontana, 1992, final edition)
S. Kotkin, Amargeddon Averted. The Soviet Collapse, 1970-2000(New York: Oxford University Press, 2001)
S. Lovell, Destination in Doubt: Russia since 1989 (London: Zed Books, 2006)
Direction C)
E. Zürcher, History of Turkey (London: Tauris, 2004) (Part II and Part III)
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