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Divinatio #31DOSSIER: 20TH CENTURY TOTALITARIANISMS IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

Editorial: The Totalitarian Legacy of the 20th Century and its Reception Today

I. Totalitarian Regimes and Totalitarian Theory

Claude Lefort: La voie de mes réfl exions sur le totalitarisme

Bernard Bruneteau: Towards the Origins of Totalitarian Theory: The Anticipations of the Thirties

Stéphane Courtois: Communism, the Opening of the Archives and the Concept of Totalitarianism

Nikos Marantzidis: A Stillborn Totalitarianism: Building a Communist State in Greece, 1943-1945

Mark Kramer: Stalin, Soviet Policy, and the Consolidation of a Communist Bloc in Eastern Europe, 1944-1953

 

II. The Totalitarian Regimes in Eastern Europe after Stalin’s Death

Ivaylo Znepolski: The Political Nature of “Real Socialism”

Ádám Takács: Totalitarianism as an Atmosphere. Morality and Mentality in Hungary under the Kádár Regime

Stanislav Balík and Jan Holzer: The Concept of Totalitarianism – Czech Refl ections and Inspirations

Victor Neumann: The Concept of Totalitarianism in the Romanian Social-Political Languages

Dariusz Stola: The Communist Regime as a Process: ‘People’s Poland’: from Imitation to De-Totalitarization

Ulf Brunnbauer: “Everybody Believes the State Should Do Everything for Them”. An Essay on State-Society Relations in Communist Bulgaria

III. Totalitarianism – Past, Present and Future

Pierre Hassner: Is Totalitarianism Dead?

Antonio Elorza: Totalitarianism and Totalism

DEBATES

How can we write the History of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria?

Ivaylo Znepolski: About the Book

Blagovest Niagulov: How to Write a History of the Recent Past: Refl ections on a Contemporary

Historiography Debate

Boyko Penchev: A History of Totalitarian Power and Care

BOOK REVIEWS

Michail Gruev: Socialist Bulgaria Seen through the Refl ections of Memory

Ivaylo Znepolski: The East-Orthodox Church and the Communist Regime in Bulgaria

Ivaylo Znepolski: Merab Mamardashvili or about the Borders of Intellectual Dissidence during the Soviet Era

 
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