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Call for Applications: The Open Research Laboratory at Illinois

Spots are still available for the Open Research Lab (ORL), August 27 and September 29, 2018! A great time to follow-up on summer research or fit in research early in the academic year -  this program is aimed at scholars who wish to visit the University of Illinois in order to work in our Library's famous collections in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.

Russian History, volume 45, no. 1 (2018), table of contents

Festschrift to the honor of Ann Kleimola, Part II

Guest Editor Brian Davies

Daniel C. Waugh, Networking in the Russian North: The Karino Tatars

Martha Lahana, The Usefulness of Bees in Muscovy

Brian Davies, Patrick Gordon and the Chudnov-Slobodishche Campaign, 1660

Endre Sashalmi, Political Theology and the Emergence of Female Personifications of Russia in Visual Sources from a European Perspective: The Petrine Period as a Watershed

New issue - Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana Nr. 1 2018

Dear colleagues, new issue of Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana

PDF: http://slavica-petropolitana.spbu.ru/en/arkhiv/192-studia-slavica-et-balcanica-petropolita...

Sincerely,

Alexander Filyushkin,

Head of the Department of the Slavic and Balkan Studies, St.-Petersburg state university,

Edotor-in-Chief of "Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana"

a.filushkin@spbu.ru 

The Malevich Society: Call for Grant Applications

Dear Colleagues,

The Malevich Society is pleased to announce its call for 2018 grant applications.

Based in New York, the Malevich Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge about the Russian artist Kazimir Malevich and his work.

In the belief that Malevich was a pioneer of modern art who should be recognized for his key contributions to the history of Modernism, the Society awards grants to encourage research, writing, and other activities related to his history and memory.

Small request for anyone using GIM

Извините, пожалуйстa, а мне нужна какaя-нибудь электронная фотокопия ГИМ, Синод. No. 526, л. 185 об. Если кто-нибудь мог мне эту достать, я бы много благодарил. (И eсли я должен платить, могу.)

If аnyone is using GIM manuscripts could send me an image/copy of Sinod. No. 562, fol. 185r, I would be most grateful to you. (Аnd if I have to pay, I'll pay.)

Best to all ...

David Goldfrank (goldfrad@georgetown.edu).

 

Uyghur script in a 15th-century Russian document

Hi all,

Noticed this fascinating tweet today, and the article it links to in the replies. Apparently this instance of Russian written in Uyghur script (the predecessor to Classical Mongolian and Manchu) in 1436 predates the earliest instances of Russian written in Greek or Latin characters. A nice tidbit for the Eurasianists.

Greg

 

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