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New Penn-EUSP Dual M.A. in Russian and East European Studies

Dear Colleagues,

Below please find an announcement of a new Penn-EUSP Dual M.A. Program in Russian and East European Studies, which welcomes applications from students in various disciplines, including Medieval Studies. A number of fellowships are available on a competitive basis and the program begins in September 2021:

Re: English Translation of Novgorod Chronicles

Dear David,

Thank you for your reply. I also want to add that if you happen to know any online-publication of the said translations or if you plan to make your current translation of the Novgorod 1st Chronicle available online, please do feel free to share it here on H-EarlySlavic. On our Resources Tab under "Electronic Libraries" I have already listed your translation of Pskov 3rd Chronicle, the Novgorod Chronicles would be a nice addition to the list too.

Gleb Kazakov, editor H-EarlySlavic