Recent podcasts on the New Books Network's related to Ukrainian studies

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Dear Colleagues,

As part of a new initiative at H-Ukraine, we are publishing information about recently featured books at the New Books Network, a channel dedicated to promoting new scholarship through author interviews, in Ukrainian studies either in a broader regional and a historical context.  Below, you will find links to some of the recent podcasts. 

Ciancia, Kathryn. On Civilization's Edge. A Polish Borderland in the Interwar World. (Oxford University Press, 2020). January 22, 2021.


Hearne, Siobhán. Policing Prostitution. Regulating the Lower Classes in Late Imperial Russia. (Oxford University Press, 2021). April 7, 2021.


Lokot, Tetyana. Beyond the Protest Square. Digital Media and Augmented Dissent. (Rowman & Littlefield 2021). May 10, 2021.


Fainberg, Dina. Cold War Correspondents. Soviet and American Reporters on the Ideological Frontlines. (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021). May 25, 2021.


Ironside, Kristy. A Full-Value Ruble. The Promise of Prosperity in the Postwar Soviet Union. (Harvard University Press, 2021). June 2, 2021.