Eastern Europe History (3)

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[Dissertation], Jan 2017

Following Joseph Stalin’s death in 1953, Nikita Khrushchev became leader of the Soviet Union and ushered in a liberalization campaign that reverberated outward to certain Eastern European natio...

Author/s: Cory Scurr, PhD,  

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[Dissertation], Jan 2009

Using the tool of witnessing, Eastern European authors look westward intending to facilitate the reemergence of what the West imagines to be its limit-space: Eastern Europe. It is my dissertation's go...

Author/s: Eva R Hudecova, PhD,  

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[Thesis], Jan 2011

Lelov, an otherwise quiet village about fifty miles south of Cracow (Poland), is where Rebbe Dovid (David) Biederman founder of the Lelov ultra-orthodox (Chasidic) Jewish group, - is buried. His grave...

Institution: University of Bradford
Author/s: Lucja Morawska, PhD,  

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[Thesis], Feb 2024


Institution: National University
Author/s: Paul Castronova ,