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Brill congratulates author and editor Professor Constantin Iordachi, who received the 2019 Central European University (CEU) Award for Outstanding Research. He received the award for his recent book Liberalism, Constitutional Nationalism and Minorities: The Making of Romanian Citizenship, 1780-1918.
The CEU Award for Outstanding Research was founded to recognize outstanding research by CEU faculty, that has had a significant international impact. Prof. Iordachi receives the prize in recognition, among others, of his monograph Liberalism, Constitutional Nationalism and Minorities: The Making of Romanian Citizenship, 1780-1918, which is a definitive account of the history of Romanian citizenship during the "long" 19th century. In addition to this book, Prof. Iordachi has contributed to a number of high prestige edited collections on the topic of citizenship as well as in the fields of comparative fascist studies and comparative history in general. He is co-editor of the journal East Central Europe.
The book is volume 25 in the series Balkan Studies Library. For more information on the prize, visit the CEU website.
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