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Call for Papers: Do-It-Yourself! Subversive Practices and Informal Knowledge

Call for Papers: Do-It-Yourself! Subversive Practices and Informal Knowledge

Annual Conference of the Leibniz Graduate School “History, Knowledge, Media in East Central Europe”

19-20 November 2015

Venue: The Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe – Institute of the Leibniz Association, Gisonenweg 5-7, 35037 Marburg

Organizers: Sarah Czerney, Jan Surman, Ina Alber

 

New Book: Fade from Red: The Cold War Ex-Enemy in Russian and American Film 1990-2005

Dear Colleagues: There is a new book that may be of interest to many of you:

Helena and Margaret B. Goscilo

FADE FROM RED: The Cold War Ex-Enemy in Russian and American Film 1990-2005

http://www.newacademia.com/featured-academic-books/fade-from-red-the-cold-war-ex-enemy-in-...

CFP: Noveishaia istoriia Rossii (The Modern History of Russia)

Noveishaia istoriia Rossii (The Modern History of Russia) seeks to publish original articles by foreign specialists (both junior and senior rank) on Russia and the USSR in the 20th century. A relatively new journal, Noveishaia istoriia Rossii is published by the History Department of St. Petersburg State University and boasts a strong editorial board, high production values and free online access. Interdisciplinary work is particularly encouraged; traditional research articles are also welcome.

CFP: Conference on Collective Trauma and Healing at Stanford University, June 2015

CALL FOR PAPERS

Soul Wounds: Trauma and Healing across Generations, 4-6 June 2015 at Stanford University

Accepting papers from all disciplines on multigenerational legacies of genocide, exile, and slavery; trauma, memory, and healing as historical process; epigenetics of trauma and recovery; cultural healing through narrative and art; humanitarian intervention during and after trauma; secondary trauma and the media; community impact of environmental devastation and recovery; new research on treating trauma and PTSD.

ToC: Kritika 15, no. 4 (Fall 2014)

Posted by Carolyn Pouncy, Managing Editor, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian Studies. This issue is now available in print and online via Project MUSE.

From the Editors

An Interview with Laura Engelstein . . .  679

Articles

Gary Marker

Narrating Mary’s Miracles and the Politics of Location in Late 17th-Century East Slavic Orthodoxy . . .  695

Jeronim Perović

Uneasy Alliances: Bolshevik Co-optation Policy and the Case of Chechen Sheikh Ali Mitaev . . .  729

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