All articles by: Shkëlzen Gashi

Shkëlzen Gashi studied Political Sciences at the University of Prishtina and Democracy and Human Rights on the joint study programme of the Universities of Bologna and Sarajevo for his Master’s degree. He is author of many publications (books and articles). In 2010 he published the unauthorized biography of Adem Demaçi (available in English), who had spent 28 years in Yugoslav prisons. Recently, he has published many articles about the presentation of the history of Kosovo in the history schoolbooks in Kosovo, Albania, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia. Also, he is writing a biography on Ibrahim Rugova, the leader of the Albanians in Kosovo from 1989–2006.

Perspectives | History

There needs to be a reaction in order to change the (mis)representation [...]

By - 22.10.2020

Alternative pan-Balkan history textbooks offer a questionable and incomplete documentation of Kosovo.

Longform | History

The volume “Wars, divisions, integration” disregards the [...]

By - 15.10.2020

THE “JOINT HISTORY PROJECT”: A FIVE-PART CRITIQUE ON THE (MIS)REPRESENTATION OF ALBANIANS IN ALTERNATIVE HISTORY BOOKS.

Longform | History

“The Cold War” volume mentions Šešelj’s 8 years in [...]

By - 08.10.2020

The “Joint History Project”: A five-part critique on the (mis)representation of Albanians in alternative history books.

Longform | History

The volume “Balkan Wars” fails at documenting crimes against [...]

By - 01.10.2020

The “Joint History Project”: A five-part critique on the (mis)representation of Albanians in alternative history books.

Longform | History

The volume “Nations and States in Southeast Europe” disregards [...]

By - 24.09.2020

The “Joint History Project”: A five-part critique on the (mis)representation of Albanians in alternative history books.

Longform | History

“The Ottoman Empire” volume excludes Skanderbeg’s [...]

By - 17.09.2020

"Joint History Project": a five-part critique of (mis)representation of Albanians in alternative history books.