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    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Südosteuropa
      Pages
      303-306
      Author (Review)
      • Low-Beer, Ann
      Language (Review)
      English
      Language (Monograph)
      English
      Editor (Monograph)
      • Dimou, Augusta
      Title
      Transition and the Politics of History Education in Southeast Europe
      Year of publication
      2009
      Place of publication
      Göttingen
      Publisher
      V&R; unipress
      Series
      Eckert. Die Schriftenreihe
      Series (vol.)
      124
      Number of pages
      402
      ISBN
      978-3-89971-531-6
      Subject classification
      History of education, Political History
      Time classification
      20th century → 1990 - 1999, 21st century, 21st century → 2000-2009
      Regional classification
      Europe → Eastern Europe → Moldavia, Europe → Southern Europe → South Eastern Europe → Albania, Europe → Southern Europe → South Eastern Europe → Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe → Southern Europe → South Eastern Europe → Croatia, Europe → Southern Europe → South Eastern Europe → Macedonia, Europe → Southern Europe → South Eastern Europe → Serbia, Europe → Southern Europe → South Eastern Europe → Slovenia
      Subject headings
      Aufsatzsammlung
      Schulbuchrevision
      Geschichtsunterricht
      Publication date
      Jan 19, 2011 04:48 PM
      recensio.net-ID
      6cecf6b6f2f58f4197101af2e611778a
      DOI
      10.15463/rec.1189731415
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Augusta Dimou (ed.): Transition and the Politics of History Education in Southeast Europe (reviewed by Ann Low-Beer)