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Baker, Catherine (2010) The care and feeding of linguists: the working environment of interpreters, translators and linguists during peacekeeping in Bosnia-Herzegovina. War & Society, 29, (2), 154-175. (doi:10.1179/204243410X12674422128993).

Baker, Catherine (2007) The concept of turbofolk in Croatia: inclusion/exclusion in the construction of national musical identity. In, Baker, Catherine, Gerry, Christopher J., Madaj, Barbara, Mellish, Liz and Nahodilová, Jana (eds.) Nation in Formation: Inclusion and Exclusion in Central & Eastern Europe. London, UK, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies Publications, 139-158. (Studies in Russia and Eastern Europe 1).

Baker, Catherine (2010) 'Death to fascism isn't in the catechism': legacies of socialism in Croatian popular music after the fall of Yugoslavia. Narodna Umjetnost, 47, (1), 163-183.

Baker, Catherine (2011) Have you ever been in Bosnia? British military travelers in the Balkans since 1992. Journeys: the International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing, 12, (1), 63-92. (doi:10.3167/jys.2011.120104).

Baker, Catherine (2010) 'It's all the same, only he's not here'?: popular music and political change in post-Tuđman Croatia. Europe-Asia Studies, 62, (10), 1741-1759. (doi:10.1080/09668136.2010.522428).

Baker, Catherine (2009) War memory and musical tradition: commemorating Croatia’s Homeland War through popular music and rap in Eastern Slavonia. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 17, (1), 35-45. (doi:10.1080/14782800902844677).

Baker, Catherine (2008) When Seve met Bregović: folklore, turbofolk and the boundaries of Croatian musical identity. Nationalities Papers, 36, (4), 741-764. (doi:10.1080/00905990802230514).


Cornwall, Mark (2010) Austria-Hungary and 'Yugoslavia'. In, Horne, John (ed.) The Blackwell Companion to World War I. Oxford, UK, Blackwell. (Blackwell Companions). (In Press).


Falkingham, Jane and Vlachantoni, Athina (2010) Pensions and social protection in central Asia and south Caucasus: developments in the post-Soviet era. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton (Centre for Research on Ageing Discussion Papers 1002).


Javornik, Jana S. (2007) Social overview 2006, Ljubljana, Slovenia, IMAD (Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development), 167pp. (Social Overview).


Levene, Mark (2003) “Ni grec, ni bulgare, ni turc” - Salonika Jewry and the Balkan Wars, 1912-1913. In, Diner, Dan (ed.) Jahrbuch des Simon-Dubnow-Instituts. Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 65-97.

Lyons-Amos, Mark, Durrant, Gabriele and Padmadas, Sabu (2011) Contraceptive confidence and timing of first birth in Moldova. (Submitted)

Lyons-Amos, Mark J., Durrant, Gabriele B. and Padmadas, Sabu S. (2011) Is traditional contraceptive use in moldova associated with poverty and isolation? Journal of Biosocial Science, 43, (3), 305-327. (doi:10.1017/S0021932010000775). (PMID:21303582).


Meir, Natan M. (2006) Jews, Ukrainians, and Russians in Kiev: intergroup relations in late imperial associational life. Slavic Review, 65, (3), 475-501.

Mitrovic, Andrej (2007) Introduction to 'Serbia's Great War'. In, Serbia's Great War 1914-1918. London, GB, Hurst, vii-xvi.


Pantzou, Panagiota (2009) UNESCO's World Heritage Sites as landmarks of identity in the Balkans. Global perceptions - national/local reflections. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 347pp.


Schlör, Joachim (2004) 'On the third hand...' News from a rediscovered civilisation in memories of Odessa. In, Kovács, András (ed.) Yearbook (2002-2003). Budapest, Hungary, Central European University, 159-174. (Jewish Studies at the Central European University 3).

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