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DIASPORA SERBS A Cultural Analysis by  Earle & Milan V. Dimic Waugh - Paperback - First Edition - 2004 - from Ravenswood Books and

DIASPORA SERBS A Cultural Analysis

by Waugh, Earle & Milan V. Dimic

Condition: Near Fine

Univ. of Alberta. Near Fine. 2004. First Edition. Softcover. 0921490151 . Excellent condition. Pages are clean, tight and unmarked, other than one small spot to an outer edge. Cover has light scuffing and very light edge/corner wear. Contents: Serbs and Identity Issues; Serbian Churches and Folk Culture; Serbian Arts and Literature; New Perspectives in Serbian Identity; Western Policy and Serbian Immigration; Appendix. [420-osl? ]; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

From a conference held at the University of Alberta in the spring of 2001. Includes bibliographical references (p. [281]-307). 1


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