The South Slav Journal, a bi-annual established in 1975.
Table of Contents:
The South Slav Journal, Vol. 31 No. 1-2 (119-120), 2012 (New Series)
Zhidas Daskalovski, Liberal Neutrality and Public Holidays: Case study Macedonia
Sasa Knezevic, What the Principality of Montenegro Demanded from the Great Powers during the Annexation Crisis of 1908
Tahir Mahmutefendic, The Impact of Transition on Welfare and the Distribution of Income in South-East European Countries
Szilard Szabo, Bosnia-Herzegovina's Administration under Habsburg Rule, 1878-1918
Mark Thompson, The Last Years of Danilo Kis
Slobodan G. Markovich, New and Old Evidence on the Show Trial of General Mihailovich
Book Review by Maja Nenadovic.
Call for Papers:
The South Slav Journal is now soliciting articles related to the peoples of all South Slav Lands from the fields of anthropology, economics, history, the humanities (broadly understood), international affairs, and political science. We also welcome opinion pieces, and fiction.
While continually accepting submissions from the fields outlined above, we are also now calling for papers for thematic issues on
Anthropology in the South Slav Lands
Russia in the Balkans
Economic and Social Development in the Balkans
Please note that all academic articles are put through peer-review. Opinion pieces must not contain offensive language.
Submissions and correspondence may be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would particularly welcome contributions from authors who have resided in any of the republics of the former Yugoslavia, or in neighbouring countries. We are pleased to publish rational contributions to the continuing dialogue about the problems still existing in the countries and regions of the former Yugoslavia. You may have some personal experiences to share. All we ask - as the journal endeavours to be factual and objective in its contents - is that you adhere to the same principles.
Editorial note: The South Slav Journal welcomes contributions covering differing historical perspectives, political persuasions and religious faiths. However, and in view of prevailing circumstances, such subjects can arouse strong emotions and the Editor appeals to all contributors to bear this in mind. The Editor also reserves the right to remove or amend offending passages or words should such appear in the text. At the same time the Editor wishes to emphasize that all signed texts reflect the views of the author and not necessarily those of the Editorial Board of The South Slav Journal.
Eric Beckett Weaver
Editor, The South Slav Journal
A'lmos u. 57.
1192 Budapest, Hungary
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