A ground-level anthropological study provides a fresh perspective on the impact of post-communist change in northern Albania. But can it tell us anything about the Balkans as a whole? by Denisa Kostovicova Identity in a Post-Communist Balkan State: An Albanian Village Study by Douglas Saltmarshe Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001. 237 pages. The story of ordinary people […]

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