Contents: Introduction to Key Concepts - Ethnic Nationalism - Civic Nationalism - Cultural and Regional Identities - Diaspora Nationalism and Multiple Identities - Linguistic Policies: A Global Perspective - Blood, Religion and Language: Nationalism in the Balkans - Who are the Macedonians? - Ancient Macedonia: Hellenic Pride and Glamour - Medieval Macedonia: The Heyday of Bulgarian Culture - Under the Shadow of the Ottoman Empire - Macedonia in the Nineteenth Century: Bulgarian, Greek and Serbian National Doctrines - The Balkan Apple of Discord: Macedonia from Ilinden to WWII - The Cold War: From Greek and Bulgarian Past to Macedonian Present - 1991 and Beyond: FYROM Independence and the Modern Macedonian Question - A History of Macedonian Immigration to Canada, 1900-1940 - From Sojourners to Immigrants - Language and Ethnic Identity - Benevolent Societies and Church-Building - Political Organizations - The Macedonian Collection of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario (MHSO) - Macedonian Immigration to Toronto, 1940-1996 - Post-WWII Immigration to Canada - Migration and Macedonian Identity in Toronto, 1940-1996 - Macedono-Bulgarians - Hellenic Macedonians - Ethnic Macedonians - Seeds of the Conflict: Diasporic Visions of Macedonian-ness - Voices from the Ethnic Macedonian Community - Hellenic Macedonian Voices - Macedono-Bulgarian Voices - Virtual Wars and Street Clashes: A Contested Ethnic Identity - The Census Dispute.
Chris Kostov is a historical research consultant for the Canadian federal government. He obtained his PhD in history from the University of Ottawa in 2009. He has specialized in modern Central and Eastern European history, the history of Canadian immigration and Native American Studies. He is the author of Terror and Fear: British and American Perceptions of the French-Indian Alliances during the Seven Years' War (2005).