Bibliography of Albania

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This is a list of books in the English language which deal with Albania and its geography, history, inhabitants, culture, biota, etc.

  • Al-Halwaji, ‘Abd Al-Sattar and Habib Allah ‘Azimi – Catalogue of Islamic Manuscripts in the National Library of Albania, Tirana/Fihris makhtutat al-Islamiya bi Maktabat al-wataniya al-Albaniya fi Tirana.[1]
  • Almagia, Roberto - Albania.[2]
  • Barjaba, Kosta – Albania’s Democratic Elections, 1991-1997: Analyses, Documents and Data. [3]
  • Bethell, Nicholas - Betrayed. [4]
  • Biberaj, Elez – Albania, A Socialist Maverick.[5]
  • Biberaj, Elez – Albania and China: A Study of an Unequal Alliance. [6]
  • Brewer, Bob – My Albania: Ground Zero.[7][8][9]
  • Destani, Petjullah and Robert Elsie, eds. - Edward Lear in Albania: Journals of a Landscape Painter in the Balkans. [10]
  • Durham, M. Edith - High Albania.[11][12]
  • Elsie, Robert - Historical Dictionary of Albania. [13]
  • The Films of the Third International Human Rights Film Festival Albania (HRFFA), 2008.[14]
  • Fischer, Bernd J. – Albania at War, 1939-1943.[15]
  • Freedman, Robert Owen – Economic Warfare in the Communist Bloc: A Study of Soviet Economic Pressure Against Yugoslavia, Albania, and Communist China.[16][17][18][19]
  • Gardiner, Leslie – The Eagle Spreads His Claws: A History of the Corfu Channel Dispute and of Albania’s Relations with the West, 1945-1965. [20]
  • Gawrych, George W. - The Crescent and the Eagle, Ottoman Rule, Islam and the Albanians, 1874-1913. [21]
  • Gilkes, O. J., A. M. Liberati, L. Miraj, I. Pojani, F. Sear, J. Wilkes, and B. Polci – The Theatre at Butrint. Luigi Maria Ugolini’s Excavations at Butrint 1928-1932 (Albania Antica IV). [22]
  • Gordon, Jan and Cora J. Gordon – Two Vagabonds in Albania. [23]
  • Griffith, William E. – Albania and the Sino-Soviet Rift. [24][25][26]
  • Hall, Derek – Albania and the Albanians. [27]
  • Hasluck, Margaret and J. H. Hutton – The Unwritten Law in Albania. [28][29]
  • Hoffman, George W. – Regional Development Strategy in Southeast Europe: A Comparative Analysis of Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, and Yugoslavia. [30]
  • Hutchings, Raymond – Historical Dictionary of Albania. [31]
  • Hyman, Susan – Edward Lear in the Levant: Travels in Albania, Greece and Turkey in Europe, 1848-1849. [32]
  • Information Department of The Royal Institute of International Affairs – The Balkan States: 1. Economic. A Review of the Economic and Financial Development of Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Roumania and Yugoslavia Since 1919. [33]
  • Knowlton, Mary Lee - Albania. [34]
  • Kola, Paulin – The Myth of Greater Albania. [35]
  • Kondis, Basil – Greece and Albania, 1908-1914. [36]
  • Kontos, Joan Fultz – Red Cross, Black Eagle: A Biography of Albania’s America School. [37]
  • Lloyd, A. L. – Folk Music of Albania. [38]
  • May, Jacques M. – The Ecology of Malnutrition in Five Countries of Eastern and Central Europe (East Germany, Poland, Yugoslavia, Albania, Greece). [39][40][41]
  • Murzaku, Inez A. - Catholicism, Culture, Conversion: The History of the Jesuits in Albania (1841-1946). [42]
  • Murzaku, Inez Angeli - Returning Home to Rome: The Basilian Monks of Grottaferrata in Albania. [43]
  • Myrdal, Jan and Gus Kessle - Albania Defiant. [44]
  • Newbigin, Marion I. – Southern Europe: A Regional and Economic Geography of the Mediterranean Lands (Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Albania, and Switzerland). [45][46]
  • Pano, Nicholas C. – The People’s Republic of Albania. [47]
  • Pano, Nicholas C. – The Republic of Albania. [48]
  • Peacock, Wadham – Albania, the Founding State of Europe. [49]
  • Pettifer, James - Blue Guide Albania.[50]
  • Pipa, Arshi and Sami Repishti, ed. - Studies on Kosova. [51]
  • Prifti, Peter - Socialist Albania since 1944. [52]
  • Sjoeberg, Oerjan – Rural Change and Development in Albania. [53][54]
  • Skendi, Stavro - Albania.[55][56][57]
  • Szajcowski, Bogan – Marxist Governments: A World Survey: Vol. 1, Albania- The Congo; Vol. 2, Cuba-Mongolia; Vol. 3, Mozambique-Yugoslavia. [58]
  • Tarifa, Fatos and Max Spoor – The First Decade and After: Albania’s Democratic Transition and Consolidation in the Context of Southeast Europe. [59]
  • Thomas, John I. – Education and Communism: School and State in the People’s Republic of Albania. [60]
  • Vickers, Miranda and James Pettifer – Albania: From Anarchy to a Balkan Identity. [61][62]
  • Winnifrith, Tom - Perspectives on Albania. [63]
  • Young, Antonia - Albania.[64]

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  1. ^ Norris, H. T. (1999). "Review". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (Cambridge University Press on behalf of School of Oriental and African Studies) 62 (2): 354–355. JSTOR 3107517. 
  2. ^ M. I. N. (February 1931). "Review". The Geographical Journal (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)) 77 (2): 173. JSTOR 1784406. 
  3. ^ Birch, Sarah (July 2006). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College, School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 84 (3): 578–581. JSTOR 4214349. 
  4. ^ Hemmings, Mary; Janet Fletcher (1 October 1985). "Betrayed (Book)". Library Journal. p. 98. 
  5. ^ Hutchings, Raymond (1991). "Review". Soviet Studies (Taylor & Francis, Ltd.) 43 (3): 585. JSTOR 152527. 
  6. ^ Kaser, Michael (Autumn 1988). "Review: Albania and Foreign Protection". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 47 (3): 526–529. JSTOR 2498399. 
  7. ^ Fischer, Bernd (Spring 1995). "Review". The Slavic and East European Journal (American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages) 39 (1): 158–160. JSTOR 308720. 
  8. ^ Hutchings, Raymond (April 1995). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 73 (2): 388. JSTOR 4211850. 
  9. ^ Emmert, Thomas (Autumn 1993). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 52 (3): 617–618. JSTOR 2499747. 
  10. ^ L. S. R. (Spring 2009). "Edward Lear in Albania: Journals of a Landscape Painter in the Balkans". Contemporary Review. p. 136. 
  11. ^ Rouse, W. H. D. (June 1910). "Review". Folklore (Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of Folklore Enterprises, Ltd.) 21 (2): 250–251. JSTOR 1254699. 
  12. ^ "Review". The Geographical Journal (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)) 35 (3): 322. March 1910. JSTOR 1777475. 
  13. ^ Faust, Teresa R. (8 January 2010). "Historical Dictionary of Albania". Library Journal. p. 106. 
  14. ^ Orlin, Theodore S. (February 2009). "Review". Human Rights Quarterly (The Johns Hopkins University Press) 31 (1): 290–293. doi:10.1353/hrq.0.0055. JSTOR 20486750. 
  15. ^ Crampton, Richard (Autumn 2000). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 59 (3): 653–654. JSTOR 2697360. 
  16. ^ Marer, Paul (June 1972). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 31 (2): 464–465. JSTOR 2494384. 
  17. ^ Spubler, Nicolas (September 1971). "Review". Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (Sage Publications, Inc. in association with the American Academy of Political and Social Science) 397 (Seven Polarizing Issues in America Today): 141–142. JSTOR 1039027. 
  18. ^ Rusinow, Dennison (June 1972). "Review". The American Political Science Review (American Political Science Association) 66 (2): 673–675. JSTOR 1957865. 
  19. ^ Bornstein, Morris (October 1971). "Review". Russian Review (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Editors and Board of Trustees of the Russian Review) 30 (4): 402–403. JSTOR 127803. 
  20. ^ Floyd, David (April 1967). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs) 43 (2): 372–373. JSTOR 2614379. 
  21. ^ Blumi, Isa (April 2008). "Aux origins du nationalisme albanais: La naissance d'une nation majoritairement musulmane en Europe/The Crescent and the Eagle, Ottoman Rule, Islam and the Albanians". American Historical Review 113 (2): 610–612. doi:10.1086/ahr.113.2.610. Retrieved 9 November 2011. '
  22. ^ Gebhard, Elizabeth R. (April 2007). "Review: The Theatre at Butrint". The Classical Review. New (Cambridge University Press on behalf of The Classical Association) 57 (1): 219–221. doi:10.1017/s0009840x06004033. JSTOR 4497500. 
  23. ^ M. I. N. (February 1928). "Review". The Geographical Journal (Blackwell Puglishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)) 71 (2): 193. JSTOR 1782710. 
  24. ^ Erickson, John (Jul–Sep 1963). "Review". The China Quarterly (Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies) (15): 171–178. JSTOR 3082093. 
  25. ^ Floyd, David (Autumn 1964). "Review". Pacific Affairs (Pacific Affairs, University of British Columbia) 37 (3): 316–317. JSTOR 2754982. 
  26. ^ Zavalani, T. (March 1964). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 23 (1): 158–160. JSTOR 2492401. 
  27. ^ Kaser, Michael (July 1995). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East Euroean Studies) 73 (3): 589–590. JSTOR 4211924. 
  28. ^ Dawkins, R. M. (March 1955). "Review". Folklore (Taylor & Francis, Ltd., on behalf of Folklore Enterprises, Ltd.) 66 (1): 248–250. doi:10.1080/0015587x.1955.9717462. JSTOR 1257948. 
  29. ^ Schwartz, Richard D. (July 1955). "Review". Stanford Law Review (Stanford Law Review) 7 (4): 566–571. JSTOR 1226227. 
  30. ^ Mellor, R. E. H. (June 1973). "Review". The Geographical Journal (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)) 139 (2): 335. JSTOR 1796116. 
  31. ^ Kaser, Michael (July 1998). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 76 (3): 553–555. JSTOR 4212700. 
  32. ^ Beckingham, C. F. (1989). "Review". The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland) (2): 335–336. JSTOR 25212510. 
  33. ^ Schleiter, F. (Nov–Dec 1936). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs) 15 (6): 952–953. JSTOR 2602393. 
  34. ^ Talbot, Elizabeth (August 2005). "Serbia and Montenegro/Albania". School Library Journal. pp. 145–146. 
  35. ^ Mertus, Julie A. (Autumn 2004). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 63 (3): 636–638. JSTOR 1520362. 
  36. ^ Thaden, Edward C. (March 1979). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 38 (1): 151–152. JSTOR 2497276. 
  37. ^ Prifti, Peter R. (February 1982). "Review". The American Historical Review (The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the American Historical Association) 87 (1): 216. JSTOR 1863408. 
  38. ^ Krader, Barbara (May 1968). "Review". Ethnomusicology (University of Illinois Press on behalf of Society for Ethnomusicology) 12 (2): 298–300. JSTOR 849947. 
  39. ^ Field, Mark G. (September 1965). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 24 (3): 576–577. JSTOR 2492315. 
  40. ^ Velikonja, Joseph (April 1966). "Review". Economic Geography (Clark University) 42 (2): 183–185. JSTOR 141919. 
  41. ^ Kostanick, H. L. (July 1965). "Review". Geographical Review (American Geographical Society) 55 (3): 445–447. JSTOR 213142. 
  42. ^ Kolar, Bogdan (January 2008). "Catholicism, Culture, Conversion: The History of the Jesuits in Albania (1841-1946)". Catholic Historical Review 94 (1): 168–170. doi:10.1353/cat.2008.0031. Retrieved 9 November 2011. '
  43. ^ Kolar, Bogdan (October 2011). "Returning Home to Rome: The Basilian Monks of Grottaferrata in Albania". Catholic Historical Review 97 (4): 745–747. doi:10.1353/cat.2011.0143. Retrieved 9 November 2011. '
  44. ^ Delaney, R. F. (15 October 1976). "Albania Defiant (Book Review)". Library Journal. p. 2174. 
  45. ^ Fountain, Lawrence F. (April 1933). "Review". Economic Geography (Clark University) 9 (2): 214. JSTOR 140751. 
  46. ^ "Review: Southern Europe". Geographical Review (American Geographical Society) 23 (1): 155–156. January 1933. JSTOR 209571. 
  47. ^ O’Connell, Brian (March 1970). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 29 (1): 127–128. JSTOR 2493122. 
  48. ^ Kolaja, Jiri (October 1969). "Review". American Sociological Review (American Sociological Association) 34 (5): 760–762. JSTOR 2092334. 
  49. ^ F. R. M. (August 1914). "Review: Albania". The Geographical Journal (Blackwell Puglishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)) 44 (2): 218–219. JSTOR 1779094. 
  50. ^ Gow, James (April 1995). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 73 (2): 388–389. JSTOR 4211851. 
  51. ^ Treaqdway, John D. (February 1986). "Studies on Kosova (Book Review)". American Historical Review 91 (1): 149. doi:10.2307/1867325. Retrieved 9 November 201.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  52. ^ Chotiner, Barbara Ann (1 October 1978). "Socialist Albania since 1944 (Book)". Library Journal. p. 1989. 
  53. ^ Kolsti, John (Autumn 1992). "Review". Slavic Review (The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) 51 (3): 589–590. JSTOR 2500084. 
  54. ^ Hall, Derek R. (1993). "Review". Europe-Asia Studies (Taylor & Francis, Ltd.) 45 (1): 183–184. JSTOR 153260. 
  55. ^ Mann, S. E. (June 1958). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 36 (87): 557–558. JSTOR 4204987. 
  56. ^ Roucek, Joseph S. (March 1957). "Review". Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (Sage Publications, Inc. in association with the American Academy of Political and Social Science) 310 (Current Issues in International Law Relations): 228. JSTOR 1030701. 
  57. ^ Swire, J. (October 1957). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Puglishing on behalf of The Royal Institute of International Affairs) 33 (4): 499–500. JSTOR 2606908. 
  58. ^ "Review". The American Political Science Review (American Political Science Association) 76 (2): 481. June 1982. doi:10.2307/1961238. JSTOR 1961239. 
  59. ^ Qinhua, Xu (May 2002). "Review". Europe-Asia Studies (Taylor & Francis, Ltd.) 54 (3): 493–494. JSTOR 826497. 
  60. ^ Grant, Nigel (1971). "Review". International Review of Education (Springer) 17 (3): 373–374. JSTOR 3443244. 
  61. ^ Kaser, Michael (July 1998). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 76 (3): 553–555. JSTOR 4212700. 
  62. ^ Hutchings, Raymond (March 1998). "Review". Europe-Asia Studies (Taylor & Francis, Ltd.) 50 (2): 378–379. JSTOR 153476. 
  63. ^ Abulafia, David (April 1993). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 71 (2): 386–387. JSTOR 4211288. 
  64. ^ Bailey, C. R. (October 1998). "Review". The Slavonic and East European Review (Modern Humanities Research Association and University College London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies) 76 (4): 783–784. JSTOR 4212781.