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Reminder- CfP: Beyond camps and forced labour: current international research on survivors of Nazi persecution

CALL FOR PAPERS

Beyond camps and forced labour: current international research on survivors of Nazi persecution

 

Sixth international multidisciplinary conference, to be held at Birkbeck, University of London, and Wiener Library, London, 10-12 January 2018

 

In memory of David Cesarani

 

TOC: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review Volume 44, Number 1 (2017)

TOC: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review Volume 44, Number 1 (2017)

Special Issue: Global Crisis: Ukraine, Russia, and the West

Michael O. Slobodchikoff, Guest Editor

Michael O. Slobodchikoff, Introduction: Global Crisis: Ukraine, Russia, and the West
http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/18763324-04401002

TOC: State, Religion and Church 3 (2) 2016

TOC: State, Religion and Church 3 (2) 2016

Download at: http://srch.ranepa.ru/node/520

 

Articles:

Alexander Kazankov, “The ‘Last Times’: The Perception of Time by Residents of the Russian Province in the First Half of the Twentieth Century”

Nikolay Tsyrempilov, “The Consitutional Theocracy of Lubsan-Samdan Tsydenov: An Attempt to Establish a Buddhist State in Transbaikalia (1918–22)”

CFP New Nationalisms: Sources, Agendas, Languages

25-27 September 2017, Wrocław, Poland

Our conference seeks to confront the discourse of affective mobilization propagating anti-EU and anti-immigration policies in many European countries, with its opponent, the discourse of civic ethos and cosmopolitanism. How did it happen that xenophobia and anti-European sentiment have become a vocal presence in public discourse? We hope that the conference will shed some light on how a refurbished nationalism has become central to the new visions of what has become a functioning oxymoron in Central Europe: the non-liberal democracy.

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