Constantin Iordachi is Associate Professor at the History Department, Central European University, co-director of Pasts, Inc. Center for Historical Studies, CEU (www.pasts.ceu.hu) His academic research and teaching focus on theory and methods in social history; comparative approaches to historical research; totalitarianism and mass politics (with a focus on fascism and communism); nationalism, citizenship and minorities in modern Central and Southeastern Europe. His publications include: Charisma, Politics and Violence: The Legion of the "Archangel Michael" in Inter-war Romania (2004) and Citizenship, Nation and State-Building: The Integration of Northern Dobrogea into Romania, 1878-1913 (2002, Carl Back Papers in Russian and East European Studies No. 1607). He served as co-editor of Ţărănimea şi puterea: Procesul de colectivizare a agriculturii în România, 1949-1962 (2005); forthcoming in English as Transforming Peasants, Property and the State. The Process of Land Collectivization in Romania, 1949-1962 (2008); and România şi Transnistria: Problema Holocaustului. Perspective istorice şi comparative (Romania and Transnistria: The Question of the Holocaust. Historical and Comparative Perspectives) (2004).
Maciej Janowski is Professor at the Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences (Head of Workshop of the history of intelligentsia since 2006), Recurrent Visiting Professor at the History Department of Central European University in Budapest. He is Deputy Editor of Kwartalnik Historyczny. He published numerous studies on Polish and Central European intellectual history, among others Polish Liberal Thought before 1918 (2004), while his The Birth of the Polish Intelligentsia, 1750-1831 is forthcoming in 2008. His principal fields of interest are Polish and East-Central European history in the 19th century, with special focus on the history of political ideas.
Markian Prokopovych is a Leverhulme Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham, UK and a Research Fellow at Pasts, Inc., Center for Historical Studies at CEU. He has held prestigious fellowships, lectureships and guest professorships, including at the University of Vienna, the European University Institute in Florence and the European University of Viadrina in Frankfurt an der Oder. He is a Correspondent of the Austrian History Yearbook and a member of the international editorial boards of Urban History (Cambridge University Press) and Місто: історія, культура, суспільство / City: History, Culture, Society (Kyiv, Ukraine). He is the author of In the Public Eye: The Budapest Opera House, the Audience and the Press, 1884-1918 (2014) and Habsburg Lemberg: Architecture, Public Space and Politics in the Galician Capital, 1772-1914 (2009) and the editor of a number of thematic issues and edited volumes. His primary fields of expertise are cultural and urban history of Central and Eastern Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth century.
Balázs Trencsényi, is Associate Professor in the Department of History, Central European University, Budapest. He is Co-director of the historical research institute Pasts, Inc., Center for Historical Studies at CEU, and Co-editor of the Hungarian cultural periodical 2000. He is recipient of the European Research Council Starting Independent Researcher Grant for 5 years, starting 2008. He co-edited, among others, the volumes Nation-Building and Contested Identities: Romanian and Hungarian Case Studies (2001); Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe (1775-1945): Texts and Commentaries, Vols I-II (2006/7); Narratives Unbound: Historical Studies in Post-Communist Eastern Europe (2007); and he authored the volume A politika nyelvei. Eszmetörténeti tanulmányok (Languages of Politics: Studies in Intellectual History) (2007). His principal fields of interest are history of early modern and modern political thought in Central Europe, history and theory of historiography.
Constantin Iordachi, Central European University, Budapest
Maciej Janowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
Markian Prokopovych, University of Birmingham (UK)
Balázs Trencsényi, Central European University, Budapest
Book Review Editor:
Emily Gioielli, Central European University, Budapest
Online Review Database Editor:
Emily Gioielli, Central European University, Budapest
János M. Bak, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Gail Kligman, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
László Kontler, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Martin Krygier, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Jasmina Lukić, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Andrei Pleşu, University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Alfred J. Rieber, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
András Sajó, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Karl Schlögel, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany
Júlia Szalai, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
Philipp Ther, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Vladimir Tismăneanu, University of Maryland, College Park, USA
Maria Todorova, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
Stefan Troebst, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany
Katherine Verdery, City University, New York, USA
Larry Wolff, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Indexing and Abstracting
American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies
Historical Abstracts (Online)
International Review of Biblical Studies