Recently published book: Accomodating National Diversity. A History of Non-Territorial Autonomy

This book explores the practice of non-territorial autonomy, a concept based on collective rights and used to address national diversity within a single state. It examines its strands of development and the processes of transfer in the Habsburg monarchy and Russia, connecting them to processes in the interwar period. The flexible instrument was able to adapt to different political and ideological frameworks.

Link to: Börries Kuzmany, Vom Umgang mit nationaler Vielfalt. Eine Geschichte der nicht-territorialen Autonomie in Europa. Berlin, De Gruyter 2024 (open access)

Link to the invitation to the book launch taking place on 26 April 2024