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New Perspectives on Trauma: Memory, Art and Activism in Post-War Eastern Europe
All across the Soviet Union, from Belarus to Central Asia, from Moscow to Georgia, the VIA phenomenon (Vokal’no–instrumental’nyi ansambl’) played a central role in Soviet popular music and culture. The label VIA applied to acts which were quite distinct from other musical genres and subcultures (bards, punk, rock and jazz) and was invented by the Soviet authorities in the early 1960s in order to counter the growing influence of Western pop music in the empire.
The Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is now accepting applications from regional specialists (including advanced graduate students, faculty, independent scholars, and library science or other professionals with appropriate qualifications) to conduct short-term research concerning all aspects of Russian, eastern European, and Eurasian studies in conjunction with the fall Open Research Laboratory (ORL),
CFP: The Life of Soviet Nations, 1920s-1950s / Жизнь наций СССР в 1920−1950-е гг.
In early 2020, the history journal of the Russian “Friendship of the Peoples” University, the Herald (Вестник российского университета дружбы народов. Серия: История России), plans to publish a special issue on Soviet nations and the national question in the USSR through the end of the Stalin period (with the exception of articles focusing on WWII, which is the subject for another free-standing 2020 issue).
Call for Papers: Workshop “Foreign Communities in Early Modern Muscovite Cities (c. 1500-1725)”
13–14 December 2019
Institute of East European History
University of Vienna, Austria
The Malevich Society is pleased to announce its call for 2019 grant applications.
Based in New York, the Malevich Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge about the Russian artist Kazimir Malevich and his work.
our new issue of Russian Literature (vol. 106) is out. The topic is "The Russian Gothic" (guets edited by Dina Khapaeva and Kevin Platt).
We're pleased to announce that the new issue of State, Religion and Church, published under the aegis of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), is now available. Please visit http://srch.ranepa.ru/node/581 for the full issue.
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Andrey Shishkov, "Discussing the Concept of Conservative Ecumenism"