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Vladislav Lilic

Vladislav Lilic is a fifth-year graduate student in Modern European History. His doctoral project traces how imperial legal reform and everyday encounters with the law molded state and nation building in late Ottoman Balkans (c. 1830-1912). Supported by the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), the Central European History Society (CEHS), and the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), Vladislav has conducted dissertation research in a dozen archives in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Montenegro, and Serbia. He is a host on several New Books Network podcast channels. His advisor is Professor Emily Greble, with whom Vladislav has co-authored an historiographical essay forthcoming in The American Historical Review.