Dr. Irina Marin

Dr. Irina Marin

Universitair docent
Politieke geschiedenis
i.marin@uu.nl

BOOKS

 

Kleine Geschichte des Banats: Umkämpfte Grenzen im östlichen Europa, Verlag Friedrich Pustet, 2023 (translated by Clemens Prinz)

 

 

 

Peasant Violence and Antisemitism in Early Twentieth-Century Eastern Europe, Palgrave Macmillan, London/New York/Shangai, 2018.

 

 

 

Contested Frontiers in the Balkans: Ottoman and Habsburg Rivalries in Eastern Europe, I.B.Tauris, London, 2012.

 

 

 

 

SELECTED ARTICLES

‘Pitfalls of Sovereignty: Romanian State Building on the Eve of Independence from the Ottoman Empire’, Central Europe, 2024, 22, 1, pp. 88-109.

 

Raubwirtschaft and Colonisation: The Jewish Question and Land Tenure in 1907 Romania’, in R. Cârstocea & É. Kovács (eds), Modern Antisemitisms in the Peripheries: Europe and Its Colonies 1880–1945, New Academic Press, Vienna, 2019, pp. 237-255. 

 

‘K.u.K. Generals of Romanian Nationality and Their Views on the Language Question’ in Markian Prokopovych, Carl Bethke and Tamara Scheer (Eds.) Language Diversity in the Late Habsburg Empire, Brill 2019.

 

‘Imperial into National Officers: K.u.K. Officers of Romanian Nationality Before and After the Great War’, in P. Miller & C. Morelon (eds), Embers of Empire. Continuity and Rupture in the Habsburg Successor States after 1918, Berghahn Books, New York/Oxford, 2018, pp. 136-156.

 

‘Rural Social Combustibility in Eastern Europe: A Cross-Border Perspective’, Rural History: Economy, Society and Culture (2017) 28, 1, 93–113, Cambridge University Press.

 

'Reforming the Better to Preserve: A k.u.k. General’s Views on Hungarian Politics,' Eliten im Vielvölkerreich: Imperiale Biographien in Russland und Österreich-Ungarn (1850-1918), edited by Tim Buchen and Malte Rolf, Berlin, München, Boston: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2015, pp. 155-177.

 

'World War I and Internal Repression: The Case of Major General Nikolaus Cena', Austrian History Yearbook, 44, 2013, 195-208.