M.E. Sharpe, 1994
Encompassing the period from the Neolithic era to the present, this book studies the peoples, societies, and cultures of the area situated between the Adriatic Sea in the west and the Black Sea in the east, between the Alpine region and Danube basin in the north and the Aegean Sea in the south. This is not a conventional history of the Balkans; rather, drawing upon archaeology, anthropology, economics, psychology, and linguistics as well as history, the author has attempted a total history that integrates many areas of the Balkan experience.
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Permanence of Culture Areas
Blotechnlcs and Social Biology
Technology and Politics
The WorldEconomy of a Hegemonic Capitalism 2 12
Time and Space
The Liberties and Constraints of Culture
Cultural Mobilization by Generation
Rechtsstand or Gesetzstaat?
Fetish Mythomoteur and the Media
The Interacting Population Systems
Cities Stock Raising and Transhumance
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Albanians Anatolia areas Balkan Belgrade Black Bosnia Bulgaria called capital carts central century Christian cities civil continued countries Croatia culture Dacia Danube decline district early east eastern economic élq Empire especially ethnic Europe European fact ﬁrst followed four German Greece Greek hand human idea ilil important industry Italy known labor land language later less lill means middle million mountain Muslim nature needs nineteenth organization Orthodox Ottoman peasants percent period persons political population practice production regions result roads Roman Romanian Serbian Serbs slaves Slavic Slavs social society territories tion towns trade Turks United western Yugoslavia zone