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Kritika 21, 2 (Spring 2020) Contents

Posted by Carolyn Pouncy, Managing Editor, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History

Kritika, Volume 21, Number 2 (Spring 2020) Contents

FROM THE EDITORS
On Red-Baiting, Then and Now . . . 229

FORUM: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTS IN THE RUSSIAN ENLIGHTENMENT
Sergey Polskoy
Translation of Political Concepts in 18th-Century Russia: Strategies and Practices . . . 235

Konstantin D. Bugrov
Moralism and Monarchism: Visions of Power in 18th-Century Russia . . . 267

Recent Russian Cinema: Two Sample Syllabi

Nancy Condee, Alexander Prokhorov, and Elena Prokhorova, editors of the recently published Cinemasaurus: Russian Film in Contemporary Context, have created two sample syllabi using the book to teach courses on recent Russian cinema.

An undergraduate-level syllabus is available here: https://www.academicstudiespress.com/cinemasaurus-undergraduate-syllabus

TOC: Recent Work in Ukrainian Studies in Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes

Dear colleagues,

The last two issue of Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes are particularly rich in articles in Ukrainian studies.  We invite you to explore the tables of contents, below:

 

Volume 61 • No. 4 (2019)

GUEST EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Postcoloniality and neo-Gothic fictions in the post-Soviet space

Maryna Romanets

ARTICLES

TOC: Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes

Dear colleagues,

Please find below the contents of the most recent issues of Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes.  They can be found electronically at:

Canadian Slavonic Papers

Volume 61 • No. 4 (2019)

GUEST EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Postcoloniality and neo-Gothic fictions in the post-Soviet space

Maryna Romanets

ARTICLES

The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, Issue 20/21 - "Soviet and Post-Soviet Wars: An Oral History Project" - is NOW ON-LINE! (free access)

PIPSS is pleased to present its latest issue dedicated to a new project it is launching on the occasion of its 15th anniversary:

An Oral History of the Soviet Wars and Post-Soviet
An open access oral history collection
A participatory initiative

https://journals.openedition.org/pipss/4783

 

The Russian Review 79, 2 (April 2020), Table of Contents

THE RUSSIAN REVIEW

VOLUME 79, NUMBER 2 (APRIL 2020)

Contributors to This Issue…180

James M. White

Edinoverie, Russian Orthodoxy, and Ecclesiastical Authority at the End of the Imperial Regime...185

Irina V. Volkova

The Future as Perceived by Soviet Schoolchildren of the 1930s...204

Kirill Maslinsky

The New Powers of the Pedsovet: Social Control during the Thaw and the Transformation of Disciplinary Practice in a Town School, 1953-68...227

Who was MacDowell in 1930s Soviet Union?

Here's a quote from an article by Anna Louise Strong  in the Moscow Daily News, September 5, 1933, p. 2:

"Last autumn MacDowell came back from a trip through North Caucasus . . . Everyone knows Mac--Mac with the Order of Lenin.  And Mac knows farms in all parts of the USSR.  In more than ten years, from Kuzbai to Rostov, he's worked on them, good farms and bad farms of every kind."  

Who was MacDowell?

Russian History Table of Contents Vol. 46, No. 4 2019

Special Issue: Artistic Communities and Educational Approaches in Nineteenth-and Early Twentieth-Century Russia

ARTICLES

LUDMILA PITERS-HOFMANN AND ISABEL WÜNSCHE, Artistic Communities and Educational Approaches in Nineteenth-and Early Twentieth-Century Russia

ALISON HILTON, From Abramtsevo to Zakopane: Folk Art and National Ideals in Russia and  Eastern Europe

ALLISON LEIGH, Vasilii Maksimov: Individuality and Collectivism in Pëtr Krestonostsev's Artel of Artists

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