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Notes on Transliteration Notes on Contributors Introduction Ancient Thrace in the Modern Imagination: Ideological Aspects of the Construction of Thracian Studies in Southeast Europe (Romania, Greece, Bulgaria) Tchavdar Marinov The Afterlife of a Commonwealth: Narratives of Byzantium in the National Historiographies of Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia and Romania Diana Mishkova Feud over the Middle Ages: Bulgarian-Romanian Historiographical Debates Roumen Daskalov The Ottoman Legacy in the Balkans Bernard Lory The concept of National Revival in Balkan Historiographies Tchavdar Marinov and Alexander Vezenkov Index
Roumen Daskalov is professor of modern history at the New Bulgarian University and at the Central European University. He authored nine books, most recently Debating the Past: Modern Bulgarian History from Stambolov to Zhivkov (Budapest: CEU Press, 2011). Alexander Vezenkov is a freelance scholar based in Sofia. His research interests include nineteenth- and twentieth-century urban history and the institutional history of the communist regimes, as well as various aspects of the Tanzimat period in the Ottoman Empire. He is the author of the book The Power Structures of the Bulgarian Communist Party, 1944-1989 (Sofia: Ciela, 2008 [in Bulgarian]).