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Race and the Yugoslav Region
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Introduction: what does race have to do with the Yugoslav region? 1 Popular music and the 'cultural archive' 2 Histories of ethnicity, nation and migration 3 Transnational formations of race before and during Yugoslav state socialism 4 Postsocialism, borders, security and race after Yugoslavia Conclusion Index

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Catherine Baker is Senior Lecturer in Twentieth Century History at the University of Hull

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'Catherine Baker bravely focuses on what many scholars working on Yugoslavia, post-Yugoslav nations, and/or the Balkans have avoided or not been able to grapple with: race.' Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 'The book is a poignant study of race and references an extensive and rich amount of literature. It fills an important gap in scholarship on Yugoslavia and Southeast Europe which often lacks a critical analysis of race. I believe it is a necessary read for those interested in Southeast and East European Studies, as well as postsocialism studies. Those interested in critical race theory, postcolonial studies, cultural studies, history, and anthropology will obtain a great deal from the text.' The Anthropology of East Europe Review -- .

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