Paul Robert Magocsi

Carpatho-Rusyn Studies: An Annotated Bibliography, Vol. II: 1985-1994


East European Monographs, No. DXXII


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This second volume of the Carpatho-Rusyn “national bibliography” covers the period both before and after the
remarkable political changes brought about by the fall of Communism and the Soviet Union. As a result, a whole
host of new kinds of publications and interpretations are now possible. This volume is particularly valuable for
those interested in knowing about What kind of new publications exist about specific villages, individuals, and
a wide variety of subject matterranging from history, language, and politics, to music, cuisine, and the cinema.

Carpatho-Rusyn Studies: An Annotated Bibliography, Volume II features:

  • 962 bibliographic entries with extensive annotations of works published in 18 languages and 26
    countries between 1984 and 1994
  • 74 entries of works published between 1975 and 1984 that were not included in Volume I
  • critical introduction on the outstanding achievements of Carpatho-Rusyn scholarship in the 1985-1994 period and recommendations for future needs
  • coverage in 36 subject areas, the most numerous being in history, biographies/memoirs, ethnography, church history, and the nationality question
  • easy-to-read large-size (8 1/2 x 11″) double-column format
  • three appendices providing statistics on subjects, language frequency chart, and places of publication
  • two maps of the Carpatho-Rusyn homeland
  • comprehensive index with over 2,800 entries listing all authors, editors, compilers, translators, towns, cities, villages, historical events, individuals, organizations, and 36 subject areas or disciplines

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