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Book reviews in this section are edited by Christene d’Anca (University of California, Santa Barbara)

List of book reviews (Open Access)

František Šístek (ed.), Imagining Bosnian Muslims in Central Europe: Representations, Transfers and Exchanges (New York and Oxford: Berghahn, 2021) by Stojanka Lužija

Luca Zavagno, The Byzantine City from Heraclius to the Fourth Crusade, 610–1204. Urban Life after Antiquity (Cham: Palgrave, 2021) by Alexandru Madgearu

Alexios G. C. Savvides, Bosphorus/Bosporos (Boghaz-içi) from Byzantine to Latin and Ottoman Times (4th-15th centuries). Constantinople Viewed from the North-East Water Currents… (Athens: Herodotus, 2020) by Susan Sorek

Simon MacLean, ed. and trans., History and Politics in Late Carolingian and Ottonian Europe. The Chronicle of Regino of Prüm and Adalbert of Magdeburg (Manchester: MUP, 2009) by David Kalhous

Alexios G. C. Savvides, Byzantino-Russica: Six-and-a-half centuries of Byzantine-Russian relations (Thessaloniki: K. & M. Ant. Stamoulis Publications, 2018) by Iakovos Menelaou

Georgia Xanthaki-Karamanou, Dionysiac Dialogues: Euripides’ Bacchae, Aeschylus, and Christus Patiens (Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2022) by Dimitra Moniou

Bogdan Teodor, Jordan Baev, Matthew Crosston, Mihaela Teodor (eds.), Old and New Insights on the History of Intelligence and Diplomacy in the Balkans (New York: Peter Lang, 2023) by Gordan Akrap

Sofia Kotzabassi (ed.), A Companion to the Intellectual Life of the Palaeologan Period (Leiden: Brill, 2023) by Dimitra Moniou

Vicky Davis, Central Asia in World War Two: The Impact and Legacy of Fighting for the Soviet Union (London: Bloomsbury, 2023) by Michał Kuryłowicz

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