Southeast European Studies
Published by Ashgate
Southeastern Europe is a region of Europe that has been widely associated with violence and war over the past decades. Beyond violence, the region has experienced rapid change form democratization and dealing with a legacy of authoritarianism. In recent years, new scholarship is emerging which seeks to move away from focusing on violence alone, understanding the region in a broader context and drawing on new empirical research. Southeast European Studies seeks to provide a forum such new scholarship.
Southeast European Studies publishes cutting-edge original research on the region and contributes to a more profound understanding of Southeastern Europe. While focusing on contemporary perspectives, the series seeks to provide a space for recent history and how it shapes the present in the Balkans. The series focuses on original empirical research and innovative theoretical perspectives on the region. Southeast European Studies includes original monographs and strong edited collections. It is interdisciplinary in scope, publishing high-level research in political science, history, anthropology, sociology, law and economics accessible to interested readers in Southeastern Europe and beyond.