PARU : Expectations, Surprises, Disappointments: Past Editors of EEPS Reflect on the Post-1989 Developments in the Region

East European Politics & Societies, n° 4 (2014)

From the Editors Wendy Bracewell and Krzysztof Jasiewicz

Understanding 1989: The Revolutionary Tradition Revisited – Vladimir Tismaneanu
Twenty-Five Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall – Ivo Banac
Problematic Analogies and Forgotten Details of 1989 – Daniel Chirot
The Backsliding – Irena Grudzinska-Gross

The End of the Story

The End of the Story? Introduction – Irena Grudzinska-Gross
World Theory? – Jessie Labov
Globalization and Its Discontents: Notes on Polish Studies in an Age of Globalization – Joanna Nizynska
East Is Always Further East – Benjamin Paloff
Re-Judaizing the Polish (Studies) Landscape – Karen Underhill
Carl Schorske in Prague – Thomas Ort
Moving Images: On Institutions, Geography, and History – Alice Lovejoy


Territorial Trap: Danilo Kis, Cultural Geography, and Geopolitical Imagination – Zoran Milutinovic
Gustaw Herling-Grudzi?ski and the Blood Libel Legend: From Overvisibility to Oversight – Joanna Tokarska-Bakir
Ukraine in the Gray Zone: Between the Russkiy Mir and Europe — Michal Wawrzonek
Electoral Manipulations and Fraud in Parliamentary Elections: The Case of Ukraine – Maksym Kovalov
Invalid Ballots and the Crisis of Representative Democracy: Re-inventing Protest at the 2012 Serbian Elections – Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik and Alexander Wochnik
Knowledge and Partisan Bias: An Uneasy Relationship – Hubert Tworzecki and Rados?aw Markowski
Electoral and Non-Electoral Participation in the Visegrad Countries:  Complements or Substitutes? – Michal Novy
Twenty Years in the Making: Understanding the Difficulty for Change in Belarus – Tatsiana Kulakevich