The Risk of War: Everyday Sociality in the Republic of Macedonia

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The kind support and generosity of many people have made this book possible. I am grateful to members of the Albanian and Macedonian communities in Skopje who welcomed me into their lives and helped me in numerous ways, including introducing me to their friends and neighbors, graciously sharing their time with me, and checking on me throughout the period of the armed conflict to make sure that I stayed safe from harm. I am honored and privileged by their trust and friendship. I thank especially the families of my Macedonian and Albanian language tutors and of my Albanian landlady, who treated me like a family member, providing unbounded warmth and encouragement, home-cooked meals, endless amounts of Turkish tea and coffee, and always interesting stories. I have used pseudonyms to protect the privacy of all the people with whom I worked.

The research on which this work is based was supported by an International Research and Exchanges Board Individual Advanced Research Opportunities (IREX/IARO) Research Fellowship, a Research Fellowship from the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University, and a Harvard-MIT MacArthur Transnational Security Issues research grant. This research was also aided by a Writing Fellowship in East European Studies from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). A fellowship at the Harriman Institute at Columbia University provided opportunities for me to present work-in-progress and receive valuable feedback from the wider university community.

The writing of the book greatly benefited from a book manuscript workshop organized by the Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy at the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB). Time to complete the final preparation was graciously made available by UB through a Nuala McGann Drescher Leave Award. A Faculty Research Fellowship from UB Humanities Institute also greatly facilitated the final stages of the book’s production, and I thank in particular Humanities Institute Director Tim Dean and Executive Director Carrie Tirado Breman. An award from the Julian Park Publication Fund in

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - Critical Events 15
  • Chapter 2 - The Eruption of the 2001 Conflict 37
  • Chapter 3 - Living in a Confusing World 47
  • Chapter 4 - Performing Civility 65
  • Chapter 5 - When the Going Gets Tough 84
  • Chapter 6 - Claiming Respect 101
  • Epilogue 118
  • Appendix - Ohrid Framework Agreement and the 2001 Constitutional Amendments 129
  • Abbreviations 153
  • Notes 157
  • Glossary 169
  • References 173
  • Index 193
  • Acknowledgments 203
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