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Fifth Annual Bucerius Young Scholars Forum at the Pacific Regional Office of the GHI in Berkeley (OCT 18, 2021 - OCT 21, 2021)
Conveners: Franziska Exeler (Department of History, Free University Berlin; Centre for History and Economics, University of Cambridge) and Sören Urbansky (Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington, Berkeley)
The Blavatnik Archive Foundation (BAF) is pleased to announce that two new collections comprising over 1,000 total items are fully digitized and accessible online at http://www.blavatnikarchive.org/collections.
YAMAN KOULI / UWE MÜLLER
Einleitung. Die ökonomischen Folgen der Westverschiebung Polens nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg
Introduction. The Economic Effects of Poland's Westward Shift after World War II (pp. 4-26)
Ein guter Deal? Voschlag für eine makroökonomische Berechnung der wirtschaftlichen Folgen der Westverschiebung Polens
A Good Deal? A Proposal for a Macroeconomic Calculation of the Economic Consequences of the Westward Shift of Poland (pp. 27-42)
Borderlines Open School for Advanced Cross-Cultural Studies, an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural teaching and research organization, presents its first Spring course:
Dmitri Shostakovich: The Man, The Music, The Myth
Instructor: Harlow Robinson - expert in Soviet and Russian cultural history, Matthews Distinguished University Professor of History, Emeritus, Northeastern University.
Join us on February 16 at 4pm EST for a free introductory lecture on Shostakovich’s life and works.
CFP: Edited volume on “Contemporary Russian Documentary”
The past three decades have seen a remarkable flourishing of documentary film in Russia: the cohort of documentary “masters” who came to prominence in the 1990s, such as Vitaly Mansky, Viktor Kossakovsky, and Sergei Loznitsa have been joined by a new generation of filmmakers, including Askold Kurov, Beata Bubenets, and Alina Rudnitskaya, to name but a few.
Russian Literature. 2020. Vol. 118.
Наталья Самутина. Ускользающие читатели: трансформации популярной культуры на русском языке как вызов исследователям литературных практик
I would like to create a panel on Jewish culture in the Soviet Union for the 53rd ASEEES Convention, November 18-21, 2021, New Orleans. I am going to present my paper on Yiddish Theater in Kiev in the 1920s-1930s. I am looking for a panel chair, two presenters and a discussant.
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