Transylvanian Ethnic Groups



ETHNONYMS: Magyarok (Hungarians), Români (Romanians), Sachsen (Saxons), Schwaben (Swabians), Srbi (Serbians)


See also Germans ; Hungarians ; Romanians

Bibliography

Daicoviciu, Constantin, et al. (1961). Din Istoria Transilvaniei (From the history of Transylvania). Bucharest: Ed. Academiei.

Köpeczi, Béla, et al. (1986). Erdély Története (History of Transylvania). 3 vols. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó.

McArthur, Marilyn S. (1981). "The Politics of Identity: Transylvanian Saxons in Socialist Romania." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.


Paikert, G. C. (1967). The Danube Swabians: German Populations in Hungary, Rumania, and Yugoslavia and Hitler's Impact on Their Patterns. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff.


Pamlényi, Ervin, ed. (1975). A History of Hungary. London: Collet's.

Prodan, David (1971). Supplex Libellus Valachorum. Bucharest: Ed. Academiei.

Seton-Watson, R. W. (1934). A History of the Roumanians. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Verdery, Katherine (1983). Transylvanian Villagers: Three Centuries of Political, Economic, and Ethnic Change. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

KATHERINE VERDERY

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