[Crosspost from the Byzantine Studies Assocaition of North America which might interest some members of H-Early Slavic.]
H-EarlySlavic is a forum for the discussion of Slavic history, literature, and culture before 1725. It is focused primarily on East Slavic (Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian) regions, though West and South Slavic areas will also be considered.
In the Spring issue of Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History there are a number of articles on Political Concepts in 18th-Century Russia, as well as a paper concerning Fasting in Muscovy. See the full ToC below.
Reposted from H-Russia:
Kritika, Volume 21, Number 2 (Spring 2020) Contents
FROM THE EDITORS
On Red-Baiting, Then and Now . . . 229
Thank you very much, for everyone who is interested I would like to point out that there is a section on the above mentioned website about slavery in Russia and Central Asia, with some selected bibliography of primary sources and scholarly literature.
Attention U.S. scholars and graduate students:
Thank you for your work as H-EarlySlavic Editor, and in developing the resources pages, they really look great. I do not have any particular answers to the questions you pose, other than agreeing that H-EarlySlavic provides a convenient portal for bringing together the various web resouces on Early Slavic Studies. Even if this ends up being the main thing H-EarlySlavic does in future, I think that is a worthy activity.
Thank you again for your work, Gleb.
Dear subscribers of H-EarlySlavic,
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