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Call for applications: MA degree programs in Russian Studies, European University at St.Petersburg (Russia, Fall 2016)

Dear colleagues! 

Please share the information about our international Master's degree programs in different aspects of Russian Studies with your students.

European University at St. Petersburg (Russia) is calling out to students interested in Russian Studies to join one of our international Master's degree programs in Russian and Eurasian Studies, Energy Politics in Eurasia, or Russian Cultural History and the Arts.

EUSP means:

Article on OSU's "Origins" - Eating at You: Food and Chernobyl, by Kate Brown

Food was a major element of daily life in the Soviet Union, one that brought many Soviet citizens into intimate contact with the natural world on a daily basis.  However, the Chernobyl meltdown 30 year ago radically changed the nature of this relationship in Ukraine and Belarus, rending much of the region’s food supply poisonous.  Soviet historian Kate Brown, drawing on her personal experiences in and around Pripyat, shows that the legacy of the meltdown continues to cause ecological and food-supply problems and underlines t

New Issue: Sibirica (Volume 14, Issue 3)

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of Sibirica has been published by Berghahn Journals. This issue covers a variety of topics such as language, education, sport, and more.

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal: www.berghahnjournals.com/sibirica

ARTICLES

Language Ideologies at Work: Economies of Language Maintenance and Loss
Daria Morgounova Schwalbe

Call for Nominations: The Canadian Association of Slavists' Taylor and Francis Book Prize in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Dear colleagues, this is a call for nominations for

The Canadian Association of Slavists' Taylor and Francis Book Prize
in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

The Canadian Association of Slavists' Taylor and Francis Book Prize was established in 2014 and is sponsored by Taylor and Francis Publishers. It is awarded annually for the best academic book in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies published in the previous calendar year by a Canadian author (citizen or permanent resident).

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