Ph.D, works at CBEES, Södertörn University.

Johan Eellend

Received his Ph.D. in 2007 with a thesis on agrarianism and alternative thoughts on modernity in Estonia around the turn of the last century. Works at the Institute of Contemporary History at Södertörn University with the research project on political populism in the Baltic region and in the security policy on the theme of the emergence of a multipolar security complex in the Baltic region during the interwar period.

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Articles by Johan Eellend

  1. Confrontation or compromise? Peasant leaders in interbellum Europe

    Mark Biondich, Stjepan Radić, the Croat Peasant Party, and the Politics of Mass Mobilization, 1904–1928, Toronto. University of Toronto Press 2000, xi, 344 pages + R. J. Crampton, Aleksandǔr Stamboliĭski: Bulgaria. London, Haus Publishing 2009, xi, 192 pages + Daniel E. Miller, Forging Political Compromise, Antonín Ŝvela and the Czechoslovak Republican Party, 1918–1933, Pittsburgh. University of Pittsburgh Press 1999, 323 pages

  2. Peasants in a socialist society. A tribute to Viktor Danilov

    + Lennart Samuelson (ed.) Bönder och bolsjeviker: Den ryska landsbygdens historia 1902—1939 [Peasants and Bolsheviks: The History of the Russian Countryside 1902—1939] The Economic Research Institute, Stockholm School of Economics (EFI) 2007. 271 pages.

  3. Biography. A noblesse oblige out of step with time

    + Thomas von Vegesack. Utan hem i tiden. Berättelsen om Arved.[Not at Home in Time. The Story of Arved]. Stockholm: Norstedts 2008. 175 pages.

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