History of Communism in Europe
From the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile
Dalia Báthory, Stefan Bosomitu, Luciana Jinga, Editors
History of Communism in Europe is a peer-reviewed yearbook open to academic inquiries with the moral sobriety, conceptual complexity, and methodological sophistication required for sustained research on totalitarianism. It is an interdisciplinary enterprise, using both raw data and a range of concepts to help explain the dynamics of particular phenomena. The editors strive for a “fusion of horizons” in each volume. Historians focus on chronologies, philosophers study the ideological mutations of the Communist doctrinal monism, and sociologists and anthropologists examine everyday life (including the interaction between majority and minority groups).
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HCE is published in cooperation with the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile by Zeta Books.
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