Ethnographic Perspectives on Eastern Europe
During the last few decades Eastern European societies have been subjected to far-reaching processes of transformation that are only inadequately described by the buzzwords post-socialism, globalization and EU integration. The ethnographic approach on the other hand seeks to illuminate these changes of everyday life, biographies and identities from different perspectives and from a subject-oriented point of view. The series Ethnographic Perspectives on Eastern Europe
provides deep insights into the practices of the actors in local urban and rural life worlds interwoven with politics and their medial representations on the macro level. This series explores for instance the staging of identity politics and public and private acts of remembrance, nation-building, new social movements and transnational mobilities in changing civic societies.
The series is edited by Irene Götz