TransConflict recommends the following books for those interested in learning more about the history, culture and politics of Macedonia.
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|The Bandit Wind – by Slavko Janevski|
|Macedonia – by Harvey Pekar|
|The Macedonian Conflict: Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational World – by Loring M. Danforth|
|Macedonia: The Politics of Identity and Difference (Anthropology, Culture and Society) – by Jane K. Cowan|
|Macedonia and Greece: The Struggle to Define a New Balkan Nation – by John Shea|
|Macedonia and the Macedonians: A History (Studies of Nationalities) – by Andrew Rossos|
|Who are the Macedonians? – by Hugh Poulton|
|Macedonia: Warlords and Rebels in the Balkans – by John Phillips|
|The Macedonian Knot: The Identity of the Macedonians, As Revealed in the Development of the Balkan League 1878-1914: The Role of Macedonia in the Strategy of the Entente B – by Hans-Lothar Steppan|
|Collective Memory, National Identity and Ethnic Conflict: Greece, Bulgaria and the Macedonian Question – by Victor Roudometof|
To recommend additional books for this or other reading lists – or to suggest entirely new reading lists – then please contact TransConflict.