Origins, Margins, Ruptures & Continuity
Edited By Victor A Friedman, Goran Janev and George Vlahov
Macedonia and its Questions: Origins, Margins, Ruptures and Continuity is a multi-disciplinary book of 11 chapters, containing contributions that span the fields of linguistics, political science, sociology, history and law. The title of the book purposefully references but simultaneously interrogates and challenges the idea that certain nation-states and certain ethnicities can in some way constitute a "question" while others do not. The "Macedonian Question" generally has the status of a problem that involves questioning the very existence of Macedonians and one of the aims of this volume is to reframe the nature of the discussion.
The editors warmly thank the Australian Macedonian Human Rights Committee (AMHRC) for logistic and organizational assistance. Gratitude is also extended to Dr. Karl Smith for editorial work and preparation of the chapter manuscripts in print-ready format. Many thanks are due to the Series Editor of Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe, Prof. Dr. Christian Voss (Humboldt University, Berlin) for his support and advice. Lastly, the editors are very grateful to the authors of the chapters in this volume.
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