BALKAN NATIONALISM(S) AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE 1 Uneven Nation Formation and the Disruptive Effect of the Bal-kan Wars Vemund Aarbake, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 2 Revolutionary and Counterrevolutionary Violence in late Otto-man Macedonia (1897-1912): Political Goals, Technical Patterns, and Nationalized Memories Tasos Kostopoulos, University of Ioan-nina 3 “Balance of Criminality” : Recording and Observing the Ethnic Conflicts in the Mürzsteg Macedonia (1903-1909) Fuat Dündar, Brandeis University 4 Depiction of the Enemy: Ottoman Propaganda Books in the Balkan wars of 1912-1913 Cengiz Yolcu, Istanbul 29 Mayıs University 5 Hristofor Hesapchiev and the Bal-kan Wars Dr. Igor Despot, Independent Researcher 6 The War “at Home”: States of Mind and Testimonies in Romania during the Balkan Wars (1912-1913) Leonidas Rados, A.D. Xenopol History Institute 7 How Trauma Travels: Oral History’s Means and Ends Keith Brown, Thomas J. Watson Institute, Brown University 8 Visual Modernity and the Balkan Wars (1912-13) Karl Kaser, University of Graz 9 Chronotopes on Wheels: Anna Karenina and the Train Episodes in Trotsky’s Balkan War Michel De Dobbeleer, Ghent University 10 Scope and Limitations of Dalmatian Politics Regard-ing the Balkan Wars (1912-1913 Ante Brali, University of Zadar 1 The Greek Community of Thessaloniki and the Chal-lenge of the Young Turks, 1908-1912 Evanghelos Heki-moglou, The Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki 2 Privi-leged but Equal: The Privilege Question in the Context of Ottoman Constitutionalism Fujinami Nobuyoshi, Tsuda College 3 The Transformation of Loyalties as a Continuous Process: Ottomanism and its Different Ver-sions in the Aftermath of the Young Turk Revolution Ileana Moroni, University of Basel 4 The Young Turks’ Policy Towards the Greeks of Pontus in the Elections of 1908 and 1912 Euripides P. Georganopoulos, Independ-ent Scholar 5 The Young Turk Movement and its Impact on Thessaloniki’s Jews Rena Molho, Independent Scholar 6 The Young Turks Revolution and the Changes in Russia’s Balkan Policy Tina Georgieva, University of Sofia 7 The Young Turks’ Hürriyet and the Bulgarians’ Hopes Yura Konstantinova, Institute for Balkan Studies & Center of Thracology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences 8 The Policy of the Young Turks and the Bulgarian-Greek Rapprochment, 1908-1912 Zorka Parvanova, In-stitute for Balkan Studies & Center of Thracology, Bul-garian Academy of Sciences 9 Oscillating Between In-clusionary Autonomy and Secessionist Independence: Identification Shifts and the Dynamics of Albanian Per-ceptions of the Young Turks Movement Ilir Kalemaj and Konstantinos Giakoumis, University of New York in Tirana and Ilir Kalemaj, University of New York in Tirana 10 The Albanian Vilayets of the Ottoman Empire: Between Young Turks (or CUP) and Balkan Players, 1909-1912 James N. Tallon, Lewis University 11 Mothers, Spies and Signs: Unionist Perceptions of Women at Fin-de-Siècle Duygu Coşkuntuna, Atatürk In-stitute for Modern Turkish History, Boğaziçi University for Young Turk PolicymakersVemund Aarbakké, Va-sileios Koutsoukos and Georgios Niarchos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
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