Question and Instability in the Balkans,
by Professor Andrew Rossos
On March 9, 2003, Andrew Rossos, Professor of History, University
of Toronto, spoke on The Macedonian Question and Instability in
Rossos' main area of interest is the modern history of East Central
Europe and Russia. Over the years, his research
interests have ranged from Russian-Balkan relations to Czech
historiography, Balkan nationalism and the Macedonian Question.
He is the author
of Russia and the Balkans: Inter-Balkan Rivalries and Russian
Foreign Policy, 1908-1914 (1981). His most recent studies on
Macedonian history appeared in The Slavonic and East European
in the Slavic Review (1994), in National Character
and National Ideology in Interwar Eastern Europe (1995),
in The Journal of Modern
History (1997), in East European Politics and Societies (2000)
and in Yugoslavia and its Historians: Understanding the Balkan
Wars of the 1990s (2003).
He is currently preparing a volume, Macedonia
and the Macedonians. A History, for the Studies of Nationalities
Series, published by
the Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University.