Slavonic and East European Review 99.3

Slavonic and East European Review 99.3

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

  28 August 2021

ISBN: 978-1-781886-30-4 (paperback)

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Contents:

401-431
A Modernist Before His Time: The Formal Innovations of Gavrila Derzhavin
Barry P. Scherr
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432-463
Beyond Censorship: Goskino USSR and the Management of Soviet Film, 1963–1985
Catriona Kelly
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464-483
Late-Fifteenth-Century Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction and the Emergence of a Muscovite Dynastic Consciousness
Iulia Nițescu
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484-519
‘You Don't Treat Parliaments That Way!’ Revolutionary Practices of Representation at Samara's Peasant Congress, May–June 1917
Daniel Schrader
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520-543
Modernization Struggles in Interwar Romania: Old Calendarists, Church and Government in Bessarabia in the 1930s
Andreea Kaltenbrunner
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544-546
Review of Kempgen, Sebastian, Springfield Tomelleri, Vittorio, Slavic Alphabets and Identities
Andrii Danylenko
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547-548
Review of Ryan, W. F., Taube, Moshe, The ‘Secret of Secrets’: The East Slavic Version. Introduction, Text, Annotated Translation, and Slavic Index
David Goldfrank
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548-553
Review of Głuszkowski, Piotr, Barwy polskości, czyli Życie burzliwe Tadeusza Bułharyna
Andrei Rogatchevski
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553-554
Review of Livak, Leonid, A Reader's Guide to Andrei Bely's ‘Petersburg’
Avril Pyman
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554-556
Review of Efmov, Mikhail, Smit, Dzheral'd, Sviatopolk-Mirskii
Martin Dewhirst
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557-559
Review of Reese, Kevin, Celestial Hellscapes: Cosmology as the Key to the Strugatskiis’ Science Fictions
Muireann Maguire
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559-561
Review of Vest, Lisa Cooper, Awangarda: Tradition and Modernity in Postwar Polish Music
Daniel Elphick
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561-562
Review of Kohlrausch, Martin, Brokers of Modernity: East Central Europe and the Rise of Modernist Architects, 1910–1950
Stefan Muthesius
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563-564
Review of Astapova, Anastasiya, Humor and Rumor in the Post-Soviet Authoritarian State
Arnold McMillin
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564-566
Review of Haynes, Rebecca, Moldova: A History
Laurențiu Rădvan
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566-568
Review of Calic, Marie-Janine, Elizabeth Janik, The Great Cauldron: A History of Southeastern Europe
Nick Miller
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568-570
Review of Dysa, Kateryna, Ukrainian Witchcraft Trials: Volhynia, Podolia, and Ruthenia, 17th–18th Centuries
W. F. Ryan
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570-573
Review of Wolff, Larry, Disunion within the Union: The Uniate Church and the Partitions of Poland
Frank E. Sysyn
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573-575
Review of Aoshima, Yoko, Entangled Interactions between Religion and National Consciousness in Central and Eastern Europe
Nadieszda Kizenko
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576-577
Review of Chu, Pey-Yi, The Life of Permafrost: A History of Frozen Earth in Russian and Soviet Science
David Moon
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577-579
Review of Gamsa, Mark, Harbin: A Cross-Cultural Biography
N. Pianciola
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579-581
Review of Kessler, Mario, A Political Biography of Arkadij Maslow: Dissident Against His Will
Udo Grashoff
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581-583
Review of Clark, Roland, Sectarianism and Renewal in 1920s Romania: The Limits of Orthodoxy and Nation-Building
Lucian Turcescu
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583-585
Review of Winstone, Martin, The Dark Heart of Hitler's Europe: Nazi Rule in Poland under the General Government
John P. Fox
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585-587
Review of Curtis, Jim, Stalin's Soviet Monastery: A New Interpretation of Russian Politics
Nikolay Koposov
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587-589
Review of Goff, Krista, Nested Nationalism: Making and Unmaking Nations in the Soviet Caucasus
Bruce Grant
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589-591
Review of Golubev, Aleksey, The Things of Life: Materiality in Late Soviet Russia
Diane P. Koenker
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591-593
Review of Mark, James, Iacob, Bogdan C., Rupprecht, Tobias, Spaskovska, Ljubica, 1989: A Global History of Eastern Europe
Matthew Stibbe
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593-594
Review of Stoner, Kathryn E., Russia Resurrected: Its Power and Purpose in a New Global Order
Peter Rutland
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598-599
Abstracts
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