Barbara Jelavich

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General Information

Name: Barbara Jelavich

Pen Name: None

Genres: Non-Fiction

Born: 1923 in Belleville, Illinois

Died: 1995 in Bloomington, Indiana


Illinois Connection

Jelavich was born in Belleville, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Professor Jelavich began her career at Mills College in Oakland California as an instructor in History in 1950. By 1961 she was a Professor of History at Indiana University where in 1984 she received their Distinguished Professor of History.

Published Works

Russia and the Rumanian National Cause, 1858-1859, Shoe String Press, 1974

The Hapsburg Empire in European Affairs, Archon Books, 1975

History of the Balkans, Cambridge University Press, 1983

Mordon Austiria: Empire and Republic 1815-1986, Cambridge University Press, 1987

Russia's Balkan Entanglements, 1806-1914, Cambridge University Press, 2004


Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Russia and the Rumanian National Cause 1858-1859

ISBN: 0208014306
Release Date: 1974-06

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The Habsburg Empire in European affairs, 1814-1918,

ISBN: 0208014853
Release Date: 1975

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History of the Balkans, Vol. 1: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (Joint Committee on Eastern Europe Publication Series)

ISBN: 0521274583
Release Date: 1983-07-29

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