EthnoAnthropoZoom is a journal of the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology at “Ss. Cyril and Methodius University” in Skopje opens call for the next thematic issue:Macedonian refugees inside and outside Europe.70 years after the Greek Civil War. Guest editor of the Issue: Dr. Anna Kurpiel from University of Wroclaw, Poland 70 years ago, 26 thousands of children and 65 thousands of adult refugees left Greece. This massive migration was a result of the Greek Civil War that took place between 1946 and 1949. Those who had to escape were people connected (voluntarily or not) to the defeated side of the war – the Greek communist forces. However, among migrants were also the very innocent refugees – children in age 2-14, whose massive expulsion was organized in 1948.Refugees were settled in almost every country of then eastern bloc: Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, GDR, and the Soviet Union. Their life trajectories were not only connected to the new countries and social or geographical environment of their stay, but also to their ethnic or national identification: half of the migrants were of Macedonian origin.Nowadays, in the time of so-called “migration crisis” it is worth to remind this casus. Macedonians, together with Greek fellows, were accepted in many countries in spite of their external or internal problems as well as of the II World War destruction and beginning of (radical) political changes.We invite scholars from different countries and disciplines to share their knowledge about this event. With the special focus on:* Social relation inside the refugees’ group and outside – with host population;* Adaptation, integration of refugees in countries of their stay;* The question of politics in the Eastern Bloc or/ and between communist parties;* Historical facts and critical analysis of archival sources;* Education of children-refugees;* Contemporary interpretations of the migration and remembrance about the refugees in varied countries;* Contemporary policy and politics of remembrance connected to the Macedonian forced migration;* Further migration of refugees; returns to Greece or Yugoslavia; studies on diasporas in Canada, USA and Australia. Deadline for Title and Abstract submission is 30 of May 2019Deadline for papers submission is 30 of September 2019.Articles submission is online: guidelines and other details are published on EthnoAnthropoZoom Website: