Association for Women in Slavic Studies 2021 Heldt Prize Nominations The Association for Women in Slavic Studies invites nominations for the 2021 competition for the Heldt Prizes, awarded for works of scholarship and translations in the following categories: • Best book in Slavic/Eastern European/Eurasian women's and gender studies • Best book by a woman in any area of Slavic/East European/Eurasian studies • Best translation in Slavic/East European/Eurasian women’s and gender studies
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The virtual platform HPS.CESEE and CHORUS: Colloquium for the History of Russian Science are proud to present the global book talk "Białowieża Forest: History and Memory". Jawad Daheur (Paris) will join with the authors of "Białowieża Primeval Forest: Nature and Culture in the Nineteenth Century" (Cham 2020) , Anastasia Fedotova (St. Petersburg) and Tomasz Samojlik (Białowieża), as well as authors of "Wisent-Wildnis und Welterbe.
Canadian-American Slavic Studies is planning a special issue on Pussy Riot to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Punk Prayer.
We encourage submissions from scholars of any relevant discipline. Articles should ideally be between 7000 and 10,000 words. The deadline is Halloween (October 31) 2021, with the issue coming out in 2022
Posted by Carolyn Pouncy, Managing Editor, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History
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new (119) volume of the "Russian Literature" (Amsterdam) is out:
The Representation of Peasants and the Narod in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature
Анна Сергеева-Клятис. В память Николая Алексеевича Богомолова. Москва 16 декабря 1950–Москва 20 ноября 2020