Hannah Arendt Institute http://www.hait. tu-dresden. de/
In the framework of the project „Consolidation and Deconsolidation of Democracy in the Transition Societies of Central and Eastern Europe" the Institute is planning to issue a book:
Totalitarianism and Transformation: „Consolidation and Deconsolidation of Democracy in the Transition Societies of Central and Eastern Europe"
Contributions may be in German, Russian or English.
Topics considering the following issues are welcome (Note that the list is not exhaustive and potential contributors are encouraged to contact the editors to agree on a topic not listed herewith):
• Coping with the totalitarian past.
• Antidemocratic parties, communist parties, nationalistic parties, ideologies and forms of extremism in CEEC.
• Formation and development of antidemocratic elites and institutions.
• Legacy of Communist ideology in today's political mainstreams and political decisions.
• Antidemocratic, illiberal, authoritarian or totalitarian attitudes and political culture in Eastern Europe.
Main target countries are Poland, Russia, the Czech Republic and Eastern Germany (former GDR). Therefore contributions should touch one of these countries or propose a comparative analysis. Other countries may be included as long as the research encompasses a comparative perspective with one of the three target countries of the project.
If you wish to discuss a potential topic, or have any queries, you are welcome to contact
Dr. Tytus Jaskulowski
Tytus.Jaskulowski@ mailbox.tu- dresden.de
(for queries in German or Polish)
(for queries in English or Russian)
Submissions (from 5000 to 7000 words) should be sent to Tytus.Jaskulowski @mailbox. tu-dresden. de and firstname.lastname@example.org ) and must be received by the 31st January 2007. Earlier submissions are encouraged. Please notice that we would prefer to receive an abstract of your presentation before you start working, so that we can agree on
technical issues and inform you on whether the topic fits the project. Manuscripts shall not have any formatting, references shall be i footnotes (numbered 1,2,3) with bibliography (only cited works shall be included) at the end.
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