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Lessons and Legacies Conference on the Holocaust XIV
The Holocaust in the 21st Century: Relevance and Challenges in the Digital Age
Children and War: Past and Present
Third international multidisciplinary conference to be held at the University of Salzburg, Austria, on 13-15 July 2016
Organized by the University of Salzburg and the University of Wolverhampton, in association with the UN Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict.
Pre-registration for the AATSEEL annual conference is now open!
Did anyone of you encounter an English map or scheme dealing with the revolts of Razin or Pugachev in 17 and 18 centiries? Maybe in any kind of handbooks or atlases on Russian history? I am familiar with only Russian maps, and a search using the Google-search engine did not reveal any results.
I would be very thankful for any tips!
Special Issue: THE GREAT WAR AND EASTERN EUROPE
Lewis H. Siegelbaum and Hyun Taek Kim
Welschmerz in the Banat: The Great War, Globalization, and Miloš Crnjanski’s Novel Dnevnik o Čarnojeviću
The Great War and the Hungary Peasantry
John E. Fahey
From Imperial to National, Przemyśl, Galicia’s Transformation through World War I
Burgenland and the Austria-Hungary Border Dispute in International Perspective, 1918–22
The Soviet Gulag: New Research and New Interpretations. Special Issue
FROM THE EDITORS
What Was the Gulag? 469
Aglaya K. Glebova
Picturing the Gulag 476
The Gulag and the Non-Gulag as One Interrelated Whole 479
Destructive-Labor Camps: Rethinking Solzhenitsyn’s Play on Words 499