Thursday, November 03, 2016

Slavic Review Fall 2016 Issue Now Available

The Fall 2016 (75:3) issue of Slavic Review is now available. 

The issue includes a Special Section on World War II: Occupation and Liberation, with Michael David-Fox as Guest Editor, featuring:

Michael David-Fox, The People’s War: Ordinary People and Regime Strategies in a World of Extremes

Seth Bernstein, Rural Russia on the Edges of Authority: Bezvlastie in Wartime Riazan’, November-December 1941

Vladimir Solonari, Nationalist Utopianism, Orientalist Imagination, and Economic Exploitation: Romanian Aims and Policies in Transnistria, 1941–1944

Franziska Exeler, The Ambivalent State: Determining Guilt in the Post-World War II Soviet Union 

Jared McBride, Peasants into Perpetrators: The OUN-UPA and the Ethnic Cleansing of Volhynia, 1943–1944

Kristy Ironside, Stalin’s Doctrine of Price Reductions during the Second World War and Postwar Reconstruction 

The issue also includes articles:

Jason Cieply, The Silent Side of Polyphony: On the Disappearances of “Silentium!” from the Drafts of Dostoevskii and Bakhtin

Pål Kolstø, Crimea vs. Donbas: How Putin Won Russian Nationalist Support—and Lost it Again

The full Table of Contents and article abstracts can be viewed on the Slavic Review website.

You can read the full issue online on JSTOR (your access provided through your institution or through ASEEES if you are current ASEEES regular or student member).  

Starting in 2017, Slavic Review will be published by the Cambridge University Press. (See the press release.)  Please contact your institution’s librarian and make sure your library subscribes to Slavic Review or request a subscription. In this era of shrinking budgets, it is vitally important that you let your librarians know how important this journal is for the field.  We thank you for your assistance.

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