1.Mental Mapping: Western Europe and Eastern Europe
1) Larry Wolff, Inventing Eastern Europe: The Map of Civilization on the Mind of the Enlightenment (Stanford University Press, 1994), Introduction & Chapter 1, pp. 1-49.
2) Larry Wolff, “Old Fashioned Slavs at Carnival in Venice: The Dramatic Dilemma of Eastern Europe,” in Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe: Essays in Honor of Roman Szporluk, (Cambridge: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 2000), pp. 621-32.
3) Dubravka Ugresic, “Nice People Don’t Mention Such Things,” in The Culture of Lies, pp. 236-51.
2. Religious Geography: Encounters with the Orthodox World
1) Larry Wolff, The Enlightenment and the Orthodox World: Western Perspectives on the Orthodox Church in Eastern Europe (Athens: Institute for Neohellenic Research, 2001), pp. 127-60.
2) Larry Wolff, “Boscovich in the Balkans: A Jesuit Perspective on Orthodox Christianity in the Age of Enlightenment,” in The Jesuits II: Cultures, Sciences, and the Arts, eds. John O’Malley, Gauvin Bailey, et. al. (University of Toronto Press, 2006), pp. 738-57
3) John-Paul Himka, “Confessional Relations in Galicia” in Galicia: A Multi-Cultured Land, eds. Chris Hann & Paul Robert Magocsi (University of Toronto Press), pp. 22-35.
3. Mapping Galicia: Habsburg Ideologies of Empire
1) Larry Wolff,
“Inventing Galicia: Messianic Josephinism and the Recasting of Partitioned Poland,” Slavic Review, Volume 63, Number 4 (Winter 2004), pp. 818-840.
2) Yaroslav Hrytsak, “Historical Memory and Regional Identity among Galicia’s Ukrainians,” in Galicia: A Multi-Cultured Land, pp. 185-209.
3) Joseph Roth, “The Bust of the Emperor,” in Collected Stories (New York: Norton), pp. 227-47.
4) Daniel Mendelsohn, The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million, Chapter 1, “The Formless Void,” pp. 1-29.