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Bibliography of Albania

This is a list of books in the English language which deal with Albania and its geography, history, inhabitants, culture, biota, etc.

  • Al-Halwaji, ‘Abd Al-Sattar and Habib Allah ‘Azimi – Catalogue of Islamic Manuscripts in the National Library of Albania, Tirana/Fihris makhtutat al-Islamiya bi Maktabat al-wataniya al-Albaniya fi Tirana.[1]
  • Almagia, Roberto - Albania.[2]
  • Barjaba, Kosta – Albania’s Democratic Elections, 1991-1997: Analyses, Documents and Data. [3]
  • Bethell, Nicholas - Betrayed. [4]
  • Biberaj, Elez – Albania, A Socialist Maverick.[5]
  • Biberaj, Elez – Albania and China: A Study of an Unequal Alliance. [6]
  • Brewer, Bob – My Albania: Ground Zero.[7][8][9]
  • Destani, Petjullah and Robert Elsie, eds. - Edward Lear in Albania: Journals of a Landscape Painter in the Balkans. [10]
  • Durham, M. Edith - High Albania.[11][12]
  • Elsie, Robert - Historical Dictionary of Albania. [13]
  • The Films of the Third International Human Rights Film Festival Albania (HRFFA), 2008.[14]
  • Fischer, Bernd J. – Albania at War, 1939-1943.[15]
  • Freedman, Robert Owen – Economic Warfare in the Communist Bloc: A Study of Soviet Economic Pressure Against Yugoslavia, Albania, and Communist China.[16][17][18][19]
  • Gardiner, Leslie – The Eagle Spreads His Claws: A History of the Corfu Channel Dispute and of Albania’s Relations with the West, 1945-1965. [20]
  • Gawrych, George W. - The Crescent and the Eagle, Ottoman Rule, Islam and the Albanians, 1874-1913. [21]
  • Gilkes, O. J., A. M. Liberati, L. Miraj, I. Pojani, F. Sear, J. Wilkes, and B. Polci – The Theatre at Butrint. Luigi Maria Ugolini’s Excavations at Butrint 1928-1932 (Albania Antica IV). [22]
  • Gordon, Jan and Cora J. Gordon – Two Vagabonds in Albania. [23]
  • Griffith, William E. – Albania and the Sino-Soviet Rift. [24][25][26]
  • Hall, Derek – Albania and the Albanians. [27]
  • Hasluck, Margaret and J. H. Hutton – The Unwritten Law in Albania. [28][29]
  • Hoffman, George W. – Regional Development Strategy in Southeast Europe: A Comparative Analysis of Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, and Yugoslavia. [30]
  • Hutchings, Raymond – Historical Dictionary of Albania. [31]
  • Hyman, Susan – Edward Lear in the Levant: Travels in Albania, Greece and Turkey in Europe, 1848-1849. [32]
  • Information Department of The Royal Institute of International Affairs – The Balkan States: 1. Economic. A Review of the Economic and Financial Development of Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Roumania and Yugoslavia Since 1919. [33]
  • Knowlton, Mary Lee - Albania. [34]
  • Kola, Paulin – The Myth of Greater Albania. [35]
  • Kondis, Basil – Greece and Albania, 1908-1914. [36]
  • Kontos, Joan Fultz – Red Cross, Black Eagle: A Biography of Albania’s America School. [37]
  • Lloyd, A. L. – Folk Music of Albania. [38]
  • May, Jacques M. – The Ecology of Malnutrition in Five Countries of Eastern and Central Europe (East Germany, Poland, Yugoslavia, Albania, Greece). [39][40][41]
  • Murzaku, Inez A. - Catholicism, Culture, Conversion: The History of the Jesuits in Albania (1841-1946). [42]
  • Murzaku, Inez Angeli - Returning Home to Rome: The Basilian Monks of Grottaferrata in Albania. [43]
  • Myrdal, Jan and Gus Kessle - Albania Defiant. [44]
  • Newbigin, Marion I. – Southern Europe: A Regional and Economic Geography of the Mediterranean Lands (Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Albania, and Switzerland). [45][46]
  • Pano, Nicholas C. – The People’s Republic of Albania. [47]
  • Pano, Nicholas C. – The Republic of Albania. [48]
  • Peacock, Wadham – Albania, the Founding State of Europe. [49]
  • Pettifer, James - Blue Guide Albania.[50]
  • Pipa, Arshi and Sami Repishti, ed. - Studies on Kosova. [51]
  • Prifti, Peter - Socialist Albania since 1944. [52]
  • Sjoeberg, Oerjan – Rural Change and Development in Albania. [53][54]
  • Skendi, Stavro - Albania.[55][56][57]
  • Szajcowski, Bogan – Marxist Governments: A World Survey: Vol. 1, Albania- The Congo; Vol. 2, Cuba-Mongolia; Vol. 3, Mozambique-Yugoslavia. [58]
  • Tarifa, Fatos and Max Spoor – The First Decade and After: Albania’s Democratic Transition and Consolidation in the Context of Southeast Europe. [59]
  • Thomas, John I. – Education and Communism: School and State in the People’s Republic of Albania. [60]
  • Vickers, Miranda and James Pettifer – Albania: From Anarchy to a Balkan Identity. [61][62]
  • Winnifrith, Tom - Perspectives on Albania. [63]
  • Young, Antonia - Albania.[64]

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