Author: 
Robert Niebuhr
Reviewer: 
Paul Brenard Chiudza Banda

Banda on Niebuhr, 'The Search for a Cold War Legitimacy: Foreign Policy and Tito's Yugoslavia'

Robert Niebuhr. The Search for a Cold War Legitimacy: Foreign Policy and Tito's Yugoslavia. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2018. 268 pp. $126.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-90-04-35887-4.

Reviewed by Paul Brenard Chiudza Banda (Tarleton State University) Published on H-War (August, 2020) Commissioned by Margaret Sankey (Air University)

University of Pittsburgh's Slavic Department invites applications for PhD program

The University of Pittsburgh Slavic Department invites applications to its graduate program, which provides a full range of courses, with strengths in contemporary Russian culture and cinema.  Our program has supported dissertations in such diverse areas as contemporary Russian prose, Soviet postmodern culture, Thaw cinema, Soviet civic poetry, Belomor prison culture, post-Soviet philosophy, the Soviet anekdot, and Stagnation-era television serials.

New Articles - "Special Collection: Slavic Studies Goes Public: Who? Why? What? Where? When?" Modern Languages Open

"Special Collection: Slavic Studies Goes Public: Who? Why? What? Where? When?" Modern Languages Open
Collection launched: 14 Jul 2021

Public engagement, impact, and knowledge exchange are concepts that today feature prominently on research agendas in the UK and are gaining significance in Russia and Ukraine.

Podcast Series "Slavic Studies Goes Public" : Ukraine

A diverse group of heritage practitioners, artists, and researchers discuss the ideologies, ideals, and ambitions that inform work with public audiences, as well as their current projects across Russia, Ukraine, and the UK.

The podcast emerged from the British Academy-funded 2020 workshop "Slavic Studies Goes Public: Creating an ECR Network in the Public Humanities" at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. Each episode uses a different working language (English, Russian, Ukrainian).

MA Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at Illinois (January 1st, 2021 deadline)

The deadline to apply for the MA program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies is rapidly approaching!

Deadline January 1

For more information and to apply, please see https://reeec.illinois.edu/academics/graduate-programs

Program:

SEEFA Student Paper Awards

Dear colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the following two student paper prizes offered by The Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Folklore Studies Association (SEEFA):

1)      THE SEEFA AWARD FOR THE BEST UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PAPER (an honorarium of US $50)

2)      THE SEEFA AWARD FOR THE BEST GRADUATE RESEARCH PAPER (an honorarium of US $100)

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