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CFP: Remembering / Forgetting imperial past: Nationalism and the making of ethnicities around the Black Sea

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Call for Papers
Centre for Critical Inquires in Society and Culture
Research workshop
Remembering / Forgetting imperial past: Nationalism and the making of ethnicities around the Black Sea
31 March 2017
Department of Sociology and Policy, School of Languages and Social Sciences, Aston University,
Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET, United Kingdom

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CFP: Kinship, Genealogy, and Dynasty (Ohio Medieval Colloquium) Slavic Sponsored

CFP: Kinship, Genealogy, and Dynasty (Ohio Medieval Colloquium) Slavic Sponsored

March 25

The next meeting of the Ohio Medieval Colloquium will take place on Saturday March 25, 2017 from 10:30AM-4:30PM. Many thanks to our host, The Resource Center for Medieval Slavic Studies at The Ohio State University.  Dr. Christian Raffensperger from Wittenberg University will be joining us as the keynote speaker.

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Catalog of primary sources published in Russian journals

Dear all,

This has been posted in H-Russia network recently, I thought it would be wise to share the link here as well.

A catalog of primary sources published in Russian journals 1990 to 2000 has been put online.
Contains 15,944 primary source publication references from 745 journals, according to the editor.
An easy and convenient way to look for publications one needs.

Best,
Gleb Kazakov

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