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Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2019]
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ISBN 9789004386426 (e-book)
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Print version: Populism, memory, and minority rights : Central and Eastern European issues in global perspective. Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2018] 410 pages ISBN 9789004386419
Includes bibliographical references
A forbidden people has no history / Janos Barsony and Agnes Daroczi -- Shouldn’t we have a history? / Agnes Daroczi -- Roma women’s local initiatives in Hungary : driving force for community participation and empowerment / Erzsebet Anita Nemet and Szilvia Rezmuves -- Book : From victimhood to citizenship : the path of Roma integration / (Debate) Andras Biro, Nicolae Gheorghe, Martin Kovats et al. ; edited by Will Guy, Pakiv, European Roma Fund ; a review essay by Angela Kocze -- Social psychology of intergroup reconciliation : moving beyond guilt and victimhood / Arie Nadler -- Towards negative possession of identity / Gergely Romsics -- Constructing memorials, constructing memory / a note by Alex Maws -- Reconsidering the "Jewish Question" / Endre Mozes, ed., Ki szereti a zsidokat? A magyar filoszemitizmus [Who likes the Jews? Hungarian philosemitism] (Budapest: Noran, 2014) / a review essay by Gyorgy Csepeli -- Mobilizing strategies of Hungarian minority parties in Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia / Istvan Gergo Szekely -- Monoethnic transnationalism : Romanian public perceptions of Hungarian ethno-political claims and kin-state policies / Tamas Kiss -- The congress of European nationalities and the international protection of minority rights, 1925-1938 / Ferenc Eiler -- Group identities and human rights : how do we square the circle in international law? / Gaetano Pentassuglia -- Policing the public sphere : regulating religion in Europe / Kathleen Cavanaugh -- Identity and human rights in a "Populist" era : urging caution and pragmatism in minority rights protection / Joshua Castellino -- Comments for roundtable discussion on "transnational activism : impact of populism on minorities, indigenous peoples, and refugees" / a note by Fiona McConnell.

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