Studia Balkanica Bohemo-Slovaca VII.
|Year of publication||2017|
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|Description||The Seventh Balkans Studies Symposium followed was held on 28 and 29 November 2016. It was attended by 65 scholars from eight countries – besides the Czech Republic and Slovakia, there were researchers from Bulgaria, Macedonia, Poland, Slovakia, and Serbia. Three sections were held: a section on history, ethnology, and political science; a section on linguistics; and a section on literature and cultural studies. The first named section was further broken down into subsections focusing on the history of the Balkans until the end of the nineteenth century, the Balkans in the twentieth century, and CzechSlovakBalkan relations. In the plenary session, attendees had the opportunity to hear reports on the development and outcomes of each Balkan studies discipline in the Czech Republic and Slovakia since 2005, that is, since the Sixth Balkan Studies Symposium. Most of the papers given have been included in this publication.|