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 The History of Montenegro - Book launch in the UK

Montenet Organisation and Montenegro Diaspora Centre will organize  presentation of the new book "The History of  Montenegro: from ancient times to 2003"  on November 20th 2006, 7.00-9.00PM. The presentation is hosted by the Centre for South-East European Study, School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), University College London, UK. The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies is one of the world's leading specialist institutions, and the largest national centre in the UK, for the study of Central, Eastern and South-East Europe and Russia.

The History of  Montenegro: from ancient times to 2003, was published by Montenegro Diaspora Centre (2006) and its written by the renown and fruitful Montenegrin historians Dr. Zivko Andrijasevic and Dr. Serbo Rastoder. The former has written the first part of the book covering the period from "Ancient times to the Balkan Wars" while the latter has written in part two about "Twentieth Century Montenegro". We are grateful to both authors who have agreed to present the book themselves and engage in open discussion about the merits of the book.

The History of  Montenegro: from ancient times to 2003 is the first Montenegrin history book written in English by Montenegrins author(s). The book is contemporaneous and concise reading full of arguments. It has already attracted a considerable interest and sparked vigorous debate not only in Montenegro but also abroad, particularly among Montenegrin diaspora.

Admission is free, but on first come first served basis.


Senior Common Room
4th Floor
UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies
16 Taviton Street

Monday 20th November 2006, 7.00PM-9.00PM

Nearest tube: Euston Square, Euston

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