Hoxha's Grand Experiment on Minority Identity in Albania: The Impacts of Multiethnic Identity
Kellogg Institute Doctoral Affiliate, Political Science
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Stanford University
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Mary Shiraef is a Ph.D. Candidate in political science. She specializes in comparative authoritarianism, national identity politics, and post-communism. Her work examines identity transmission, with a focus on collective memory, immigration, and sites of memorialization during and after periods of communist, authoritarian rule...