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Cities after the fall of communism

reshaping cultural landscapes and European identity

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        StatementWoodrow Wilson Center Press
        PublishersWoodrow Wilson Center Press
        LC Classifications2008
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 137 p. :
        Number of Pages40
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        ISBN 10nodata
        The changing face of vilnius : from capital to administrative center and back / Irena Vaisvilaite The Novgorod model : creating a European past in Russia / Nicolai N. Petro Wroclaws search for a new historical narrative : from polonocentrism to postmodernism / Gregor Thum Mapping Tallinn after communism : modernist architecture as representation of a small nation / Jorg Hackmann The persuasive power of the Odessa myth / Oleg Gubar and Patricia Herlihy Traveling today through Sevastopols past : postcommunist continuity in a Ukrainian cityscape / Karl D. Qualls Locating Kaliningrad/Konigsberg on the map of Europe : a Russia in Europe Or a Europe in Russia? / Olga Sezneva Kharkiv : a borderland city / Volodymyr Kravchenko Lviv in search of its identity : transformations of the citys public space / Liliana Hentosh and Bohdan Tscherkes Lodz in the postcommunist era : in search of a new identity / Joanna Michlic Szczecins identity after 1989 : a local turn / Jan Musekamp Conclusion: Cities after the fall / Nida Gelazis, Blair A. Ruble, and John Czaplicka.

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No one dared to speak up. This happened mainly in the Soviet Union, but also in other countries. Nida Gelazis is program associate and editor for the East European Studies program at the Woodrow Wilson Center.

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