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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).

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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).

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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).

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

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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).

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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.

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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.

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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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