Slavonic and East European Review 98.2

Slavonic and East European Review 98.2

Modern Humanities Research Association and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London

  16 April 2020

ISBN: 978-1-781889-59-6 (paperback)

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Contents:

201-234
Language: Glottonyms, Anachronism and Ambiguity in Scholarly Depictions of Juraj Križanić/Юрий Крижанич
Alexander Maxwell
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235-265
History: Wealth, Nobility and Sentiment: Aleksei Malinovskii's Translation of August von Kotzebue's Poverty and Nobleness of Mind} as Self-Fashioning
Maya Lavrinovich
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266-297
In Search of an Apostolic Succession: Russian Old Believers and the Legend of Belovod'e
Maureen Perrie
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298-320
Nomen est Omen: Onomastics and Russian Revolutionaries
Steven A. Grant
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321-344
Politics: Identity under Siege: Selective Securitization of History in Putin's Russia
Håvard Bækken, Johannes Due Enstad
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345-355
REVIEW ESSAY: A Character Trait, or a Political Commitment?
Zoran Milutinović
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356-358
Review of Matiash, S. A., Stikhotvornyi perenos (enjambement) v russkoi poezii (ocherki teorii i istorii)
C. L. Drage
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359-360
Review of Orwin, Donna Tussing, Simply Tolstoy
Inessa Medzhibovskaya
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360-362
Review of Bethea, David M., Frank, Siggy, Vladimir Nabokov in Context
René Alladaye
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362-364
Review of Machovec, Martin, Views from the Inside: Czech Underground Literature and Culture (1948–1989). Texts by Ivan M. Jirous, Paul Wilson, Egon Bondy, and Jáchym Topol
Peter Zusi
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364-366
Review of Epstein, Mikhail, The Phoenix of Philosophy: Russian Thought of the Late Soviet Period (1953–1991)
Martin Dewhirst
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366-367
Review of Fairclough, Pauline, Dmitry Shostakovich
Anthony Gritten
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368-370
Review of Elphick, Daniel, Music behind the Iron Curtain: Weinberg and his Polish Contemporaries
Nicholas Reyland
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370-372
Review of Neuberger, Joan, This Thing of Darkness: Eisenstein's Ivan the Terrible in Stalin's Russia
Steven A. Usitalo
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372-374
Review of Poole, Randall A., Werth, Paul W., Religious Freedom in Modern Russia
Barbara Skinner
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374-376
Review of Merkel, Garlieb, Dirk Sangmeister, Thomas Taterka, Jörg Drews, Briefwechsel. Band 1: Texte
Roger Bartlett
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376-377
Review of O'Meara, Patrick, The Russian Nobility in the Age of Alexander I
E. Weeda
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378-382
Review of Cockfield, Jamie H., Russia's Iron General: The Life of Aleksei A. Brusilov, 1853–1926
Chris Bellamy
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382-384
Review of Cameron, Sarah, The Hungry Steppe: Famine, Violence, and the Making of Soviet Kazakhstan
Mark B. Tauger
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384-386
Review of Magnúsdóttir, Rósa, Enemy Number One: The United States of America in Soviet Ideology and Propaganda, 1945–1959
Andrei Kozovoi
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386-388
Review of Crump, Laurien, The Warsaw Pact Reconsidered: International Relations in Eastern Europe, 1955–69
Matthew Stibbe
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388-391
Review of Parker, David, Letters of Solidarity and Friendship: Czechoslovakia 1968–71
F. D. Raška
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391-392
Review of Fish, Steven M., Gill, Graeme, Petrovic, Milenko, A Quarter Century of Post-Communism Assessed
Kieran Williams
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393-395
Review of Stańczyk, Ewa, Commemorating the Children of World War II in Poland: Combative Remembrance
Dana Mihăilescu
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