Nowhere is the politics of history more vexed than in the conflict over the use of the name “Macedonia”. Valentina Mironska-Hristovska presents the Macedonian position, arguing that the Greek claim to the historical-cultural legacy of Macedonia is, at heart, paradoxical.
is research fellow at the University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje. Research fields: Macedonian literature of the 19th century, comparative literature and the history of cultural terms.