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CEES related books, papers and journals of interest to teachers.

Western Europe:

  • Fahrni, Dieter (1997) An Outline History of Switzerland: From the Origins to the Present Day. Zurich: Pro Helvetia.
  • Halbrook, Stephen P. (1998) Target Switzerland: Swiss Armed Neutrality in World War II. Rockville Centre, NY: Sarpedon.
  • Kivikari, Urpo (1996) The Legacy of the Hansa: The Baltic Economic Region. Helsinki: Otava Publishing.
  • Linder, Wolf (1994) Swiss Democracy: Possible Solutions to Conflict in Multicultural Societies. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
  • Sigg, Oswald (1991) Switzerland’s Political Institutions. Zurich: Pro Helvetia.
  • Wenger, Bernhard (1988) The Four Literatures of Switzerland. Zurich: Pro Helvetia.

Central and Eastern Europe:

  • Kivikari, Urpo (1996) The Legacy of the Hansa: The Baltic Economic Region. Helsinki: Otava Publishing.
  • Chinezu, Ion (1997) Aspects of Transylvanian Hungarian Literature (1919-1929). Cluj-Napoca: Fundatia Culturala Romana.

Russia and the Former Soviet Union:

  • Boterbloem, Kees (1999) Life and Death under Stalin: Kalinin Province, 1945-1953. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
  • Dmytryshyn, Basil, ed. (1974) Modernization of Russia under Peter I and Catherine II. NY: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Fitzpatrick, Sheila (1999) Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times: Soviet Russia in the 1930s. Oxford: Oxford U. Press.
  • Fjelstad, Joseph, ed. (1993) In Our Own Words: A People’s Commentary on Life in the Former Soviet Union Then and Now. Moscow: “Scorpion”.
  • Haslam, Jonathan (2000) The Vices of Integrity: E.H. Carr, 1892-1982. London: Verso.
  • Lentin, A. (1973) Russia in the Eighteenth Century: From Peter the Great to Catherine the Great. London: Heinemann.
  • Parlakian, Nishan and Cowe, S. Peter, eds. (2001) Modern Armenian Drama: An Anthology. NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Raeff, Marc, ed. (1972) Catherine the Great: A Profile. New York: Hill and Wang.
  • Slade, John (1999) The New St. Petersburg: The First Five Years, 1991-1996. New York: Woodgate International.
    ---- (1996) Crimean Tatars: Repatriation and Conflict Prevention. NY: Open Society Institute.
    ---- (1999) Eurasia’s Dispossessed: NGO’s and Human Security. NY: Open Society Institute.
    ---- (2000) Russland in Europa? Innere Entwicklungen und Internationale Beziehungen – Heute. Cologne: Böhlau.


Working Papers of the UCLA Center For European And Russian Studies

  • Berend, Ivan T. The Minority Question: Core Versus Peripheries in Europe. Working Paper No. 1.
  • Sugar, Peter. Religion, Nationalities and Politics in East Central Europe. Working Paper No. 2.
  • Enyedi, Gyorgy. Integration with Diversity: Formation of a European Urban System. Working Paper No. 3
  • Brubaker, Rogers. Myths and Misconceptions in the Study of Nationalism. Working Paper No. 4.
  • Stark, Tamas. The Jewish Holocaust in Hungary, Romania and Slovakia Revisited. Working Paper No.5.
  • Supple, Barry. The City of London and the Rise and Decline of the British Economy. Working Paper No. 6
  • Agnew, John. ROME: The Monumental City in Liberal and Fascist Periods, 1870-1943. Working Paper No. 7.
  • Todorova, Maria. SARAJEVO: The City and the Symbol. Working Paper No. 8.
  • Supple, Barry. Market Town and Ivory Tower: Cambridge in Modern British History. Working Paper No. 9.
  • Kaplan, Temma. Barcelona’s Folk Traditions in the Works of Picasso and Gaudi. Working Paper No. 10.
  • Heikkila, Pauli (1998). Why Finland? The Finnish Model of the Information Society.

Other Published Papers

  • Marer, Paul (1999). Economic Transformation, 1990-1998. In A. Braun and Z. Barany, eds. Dilemmas of Transition: The Hungarian Experience. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Van Ham, Peter (2000) Europe’s New Defense Ambitions: Implications for NATO, the US, and Russia. The Marshall Center Papers, No. 1.
    ---- (1999) Indicators of the Finnish Society. Tampere: Tammer-Paino Oy.


  • ECPR: The Circular of the European Consortium for Political Research. Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring 2000.
  • European Affairs. Vol. 1, No. 4, Fall 2000.
  • The European Quarterly: A New Voice for a New Europe. No. 1, Summer 1997.
  • The Federalist Debate: Papers for Federalists in Europe and the World. Vol. 13, No. 1, April 2000 (New Series).
  • Transylvanian Review. Vol. 8, Nos. 3-4; Vol. 9, Nos. 1-2.

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