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Ab Imperio Quarterly congratulates the winners of the annual Ab Imperio Award for the best study in new imperial history and history of diversity in Northern Eurasia, up to the late twentieth century for 2019.
I would like to organize a session on Holocaust memorialization for the 52nd AJS Conference, December 13-15, 2020, Washington, DC.
I plan to present my paper on realized and unrealized projects of Babi Yar memorials as well as the current project of the creation of the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Museum in Kiev.
I am looking for two papers on Holocaust memorialization in Russia, Belarus, Eastern/Central/Western Europe, a panel chair and a discussant. Papers on current memorialization projects are specially welcome.
CfP: The Problem of Religious Art in Modernity. Uses and Abuses of the Icon in Russia
Editorial comment: Please reply on-list, as this might benefit us all (Orel Beilinson).
I am seeking information from recent researchers at Российский государственный архив социально-политической истории in Moscow.
Do they have the capability of making pdf copies? How much are they currently charging per copy?
Call for Applications
Summer School, IGITI HSE, Moscow, July 1-3, 2020.
Please find hereafter the ToC of Cahiers du monde russe 60(2-3) "Soviet nuclear modernity : Transnational dimensions, decentering dynamics and enduring legacies" and tribute to Larissa Zakharova (1977-2019)
La modernité nucléaire soviétique : dimensions transnationales, processus décentrés et héritages persistants /
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum announces the call for applications for the 2020 Curt C.