Slavonic and East European Review 85.2

Slavonic and East European Review 85.2

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

1 April 2007  •  200pp

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Contents:

201-230
Language: Russian Vowel Reduction and Phonological Opacity
Janina Mołczanow
doi:10.2307/4214434
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231-270
Literature: Whose Kliuev, Who Is Kliuev? Polemics of Identity and Poetry
Michael Makin
doi:10.2307/4214435
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271-293
History: Reinventing the Russian Monarchy in the 1550s: Ivan the Terrible, the Dynasty, and the Church
Sergei Bogatyrev
doi:10.2307/4214436
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294-321
Social Sciences: Industrial Deserts: Industry, Science and the Destruction of Nature in the Soviet Union
Paul Josephson
doi:10.2307/4214437
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322-324
Obituary: Professor Peter Brock (1920-2006)
John Keep
doi:10.2307/4214438
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325-334
Review Article: Mato Kosyk: Poet of the Lower Sorbs
Gerald Stone
doi:10.2307/4214439
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335-336
Review of Chester Dunning, Caryl Emerson, Sergei Fomichev, Lidiia Lotman, Antony Wood, The Uncensored 'Boris Godunov': The Case for Pushkin's Original Comedy, with Annotated Text and Translation
Michael Pursglove
doi:10.2307/4214440
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336-337
Review of W. J. Leatherbarrow, A Devil's Vaudeville: The Demonic in Dostoevsky's Major Fiction
R. A. Peace
doi:10.2307/4214441
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337-339
Review of Anna Lisa Crone, Jennifer Day, My Petersburg/Myself: Mental Architecture and Imaginative Space in Modern Russian Letters
Angela Smith
doi:10.2307/4214442
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339-340
Review of Jean Holabird, Vladimir Nabokov: Alphabet in Color
Barbara Wyllie
doi:10.2307/4214443
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340-342
Review of Stephen Lovell, Birgit Menzel, Reading for Entertainment in Contemporary Russia: Post-Soviet Popular Literature in Historical Perspective
Elizabeth Skomp
doi:10.2307/4214444
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342-345
Review of C. Griffith Mann, C. Dibble, G. Parpulov, Sacred Arts and City Life: The Glory of Medieval Novgorod
Priscilla Hunt
doi:10.2307/4214445
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345-346
Review of Birgit Beumers, Nikita Mikhalkov: Between Nostalgia and Nationalism
David Gillespie
doi:10.2307/4214446
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346-347
Review of Alice-Mary Talbot, Dennis F. Sullivan, The 'History' of Leo the Deacon: Byzantine Military Expansion in the Tenth Century
Rosemary Morris
doi:10.2307/4214447
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347-349
Review of John Czaplicka, Lviv: A City in the Crosscurrents of Culture
W. H. Zawadzki
doi:10.2307/4214448
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349-352
Review of Raffaella Faggionato, A Rosicrucian Utopia in Eighteenth-Century Russia: The Masonic Circle of N. I. Novikov
Isabel de Madariaga
doi:10.2307/4214449
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352-353
Review of Richard Stites, Serfdom, Society and the Arts in Imperial Russia: The Pleasure and the Power
Philip Bullock
doi:10.2307/4214450
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353-356
Review of J. Gow, C. Carmichael, Slovenia and the Slovenes: A Small State and the New Europe
R. Knight
doi:10.2307/4214451
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356-358
Review of Gennadii. V. Kostyrchenko, Tainaia politika Stalina. Vlast' i Antisemitism
John D. Klier
doi:10.2307/4214452
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358-360
Review of Michael Kellogg, The Russian Roots of National Socialism: White Émigrés and the Making of National Socialism, 1917-1945
Roger Griffin
doi:10.2307/4214453
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360-362
Review of Marko Tikka, Valkoisen hämärän maa? Suojeluskuntalaiset, virkavalta ja kansa 1918-1921
J. E. O. Screen
doi:10.2307/4214454
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362-363
Review of Mary E. Glantz, FDR and the Soviet Union: The President's Battles over Foreign Policy
Brian Holden Reid
doi:10.2307/4214455
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364-365
Review of V. Nollendorfs, E. Oberländer, The Hidden and Forbidden History of Latvia under Soviet and Nazi Occupations 1940-1991: Selected Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia
J. Hiden
doi:10.2307/4214456
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365-366
Review of Juhana Aunesluoma, From War to Cold War: Anglo-Finnish Relations in the Twentieth Century
Markku Ruotsila
doi:10.2307/4214457
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367-368
Review of Carlos Reijnen, Op de drempel van Europa. De Tsjechen en Europa in de twintigste eeuw
André W. M. Gerrits
doi:10.2307/4214458
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368-370
Review of Bruce Adams, Tiny Revolutions in Russia: Twentieth-Century Soviet and Russian History in Anecdotes
Martin Dewhirst
doi:10.2307/4214459
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370-372
Review of Allen C. Lynch, How Russia Is Not Ruled: Reflections on Russian Political Development
T. H. Rigby
doi:10.2307/4214460
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372-373
Review of Christopher Marsh, Unparalleled Reforms: China's Rise, Russia's Fall and the Interdependence of Transition
Simon Clarke
doi:10.2307/4214461
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373-375
Review of Janusz Bugajski, Cold Peace: Russia's New Imperialism
Stuart Thompstone
doi:10.2307/4214462
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375-376
Review of Tom Gallagher, The Balkans in the New Millennium: In the Shadow of War and Peace
Leslie Benson
doi:10.2307/4214463
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376-377
Review of Dovile Budryte, Taming Nationalism? Political Community-Building in the Post-Soviet Baltic States
Martyn Housden
doi:10.2307/4214464
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377-379
Review of Joan DeBardeleben, Soft or Hard Borders? Managing the Divide in an Enlarged Europe
John Williams
doi:10.2307/4214465
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379-380
Review of Barbara Blaszczyk, Iraj Hoshi, Richard Woodward, Secondary Privatization in Transition Economies: The Evolution of Enterprise Ownership in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia
Robert F. Miller
doi:10.2307/4214466
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381-382
Review of Elizabeth Osborn, Kazimierz Slomczynski, Open for Business: The Persistent Entrepreneurial Class in Poland
A. H. Dawson
doi:10.2307/4214467
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382-384
Review of Liliana Pop, Democratising Capitalism? The Political Economy of Post-Communist Transformations in Romania, 1989-2001
Tom Gallagher
doi:10.2307/4214468
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384-385
Review of Ben Eklof, Larry E. Holmes, Vera Kaplan, Educational Reform in Post-Soviet Russia: Legacies and Prospects
S. L. Webber
doi:10.2307/4214469
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385-387
Review of Michele Rivkin-Fish, Women's Health in Post-Soviet Russia: The Politics of Intervention
Nick Manning
doi:10.2307/4214470
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387-388
Review of Nick Manning, Nataliya Tikhonova, Karen George, Poverty and Social Exclusion in the New Russia
Christopher. J. Gerry
doi:10.2307/4214471
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388-390
Review of Stephen K. Wegren, Rural Adaptation in Russia
Michael Ellman
doi:10.2307/4214472
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390-392
Review of Barbara A. Cellarius, In the Land of Orpheus: Rural Livelihoods and Nature Conservation in Postsocialist Bulgaria
David Turnock
doi:10.2307/4214473
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392-393
Review of Johanna Valenius, Undressing the Maid: Gender, Sexuality and the Body in the Construction of the Finnish Nation
Tuula Gordon
doi:10.2307/4214474
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393-395
Review of Rebecca Kay, Men in Contemporary Russia: The Fallen Heroes of Post-Soviet Change?
Lynne Attwood
doi:10.2307/4214475
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