Slavonic and East European Review 88.4

Slavonic and East European Review 88.4

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

1 October 2010  •  205pp

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Contents:

601-623
History: Maxim the Greek, Astrology and the Great Conjunction of 1524
Robert Collis
doi:10.2307/41061895
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624-651
From Constructed Memory to Imagined National Tradition: The Tomb of the Unknown Yugoslav Soldier (1934-38)
Aleksandar Ignjatović
doi:10.2307/41061896
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652-680
Sifting Poles from Germans? Ethnic Cleansing and Ethnic Screening in Upper Silesia, 1945–1949
Hugo Service
doi:10.2307/41061897
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681-707
Social Sciences: Putin, Putiniana and the Question of a Post-Soviet Cult of Personality
Julie A. Cassiday, Emily D. Johnson
doi:10.2307/41061898
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708-709
Review of Zsuzsa Henétyi, In a Maelstrom: The History of Russian-Jewish Prose (1860-1940)
Gennady Estraikh
doi:10.2307/41061899
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709-711
Review of Jeff Love, Tolstoy: A Guide for the Perplexed
S. F. Hudspith
doi:10.2307/41061900
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711-712
Review of Maya Irina Birdwood-Hedger, Domestication and Foreignization in English Translations of Anna Karenina: The English Language or the Russian Reality?
Peter France
doi:10.2307/41061901
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712-714
Review of James N. Loehlin, Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard. Plays in Production
Gordon McVay
doi:10.2307/41061902
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714-715
Review of Judith E. Kalb, Russia's Rome: Imperial Visions, Messianic Dreams, 1890—1940
Katja Richters
doi:10.2307/41061903
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715-717
Review of Yury Tynyanov, Anna Kurkina Rush, Christopher Rush, Young Pushkin: A Novel
Peter France
doi:10.2307/41061904
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717-718
Review of Harold B. Segel, The Columbia Literary History of Eastern Europe Since 1945
Peter Zusi
doi:10.2307/41061905
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718-720
Review of Edward E. Ericson, Jr, Alexis Klimoff, The Soul and Barbed Wire: An Introduction to Solzhenitsyn
J. Shulga
doi:10.2307/41061906
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720-721
Review of Rosalind Marsh, Peter Lang, Literature, History and Identity in Post-Soviet Russia, 1991–2006
Anat Vernitski
doi:10.2307/41061907
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721-723
Review of Valerie A. Kivelson, Joan Neuberger, Picturing Russia: Explorations in Visual Culture
Emma Minns
doi:10.2307/41061908
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723-725
Review of Benjamin Harshav, Barbara Harshav, The Moscow Yiddish Theater: Art on Stage in the Time of Revolution
Jeffrey Veidlinger
doi:10.2307/41061909
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725-726
Review of Rose Whyman, The Stanislavsky System of Acting: Legacy and Influence in Modern Performance
Nick Worrall
doi:10.2307/41061910
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727-728
Review of Nikolai Findeizen, Miloš Velimirovic, Claudia R. Jensen, Samuel William Pring, History of Music in Russia from Antiquity to 1800. Volume 1: From Antiquity to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century; Volume 2: The Eighteenth Century. Russian Music Studies
Philip Bullock
doi:10.2307/41061911
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729-730
Review of Boris Berman, Prokofiev's Piano Sonatas: A Guide for the Listener and the Performer
David Fanning
doi:10.2307/41061912
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730-732
Review of Pauline Fairclough, David Fanning, The Cambridge Companion to Shostakovich. Cambridge Companions to Music
Philip Bullock
doi:10.2307/41061913
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733-734
Review of Robert Bird, Andrei Tarkovsky: Elements of Cinema
Chiara Mayer-Rieckh
doi:10.2307/41061914
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734-736
Review of Peter Hames, The Cinema of Jan Švankmajer: Dark Alchemy. Second edition. Directors' Cuts
Ewa Mazierska
doi:10.2307/41061915
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736-737
Review of Elizabeth Roberts, Realm of the Black Mountain: A History of Montenegro
Jovo B. Šuščević
doi:10.2307/41061916
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737-739
Review of Stella Rock, Popular Religion in Russia: 'Double Belief' and the Making of an Academic Myth. Routledge Studies in the History of Russia and Eastern Europe
Mark Edele
doi:10.2307/41061917
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739
Review of István Vásáry, Turks, Tatars and Russians in the 13th-16th Centuries. Variorum Collected Studies Series, 884
Martyn Rady
doi:10.2307/41061918
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740
Review of Veljko Gortan, Branimir Glavičić, Vladimir Vratović, Damir Karbić, Miroslav Kurelac, Zoran Ladić, Obsidio Iadrensis, Opsada Zadra. Monumenta Spectantia Historiam Slavorum Meridionalium, 54
Martyn Rady
doi:10.2307/41061919
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740-741
Review of Brian L. Davies, Warfare, State and Society on the Black Sea Steppe, 1500–1700. Warfare and History
G. Hausmann
doi:10.2307/41061920
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741-743
Review of Jacqueline Glomski, Patronage and Humanist Literature in the Age of the Jagiellons: Court and Career in the Writings of Rudolf Agricola Junior, Valentin Eck, and Leonard Cox
Martyn Rady
doi:10.2307/41061921
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743-744
Review of Christoph Witzenrath, Cossacks and the Russian Empire, 1598–1723: Manipulation, Rebellion and Expansion into Siberia. Routledge Studies in the History of Russia and Eastern Europe, 8
Philip Longworth
doi:10.2307/41061922
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744-745
Review of Pertti Luntinen, Sota Venäjällä, Venäjä sodassa. Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seuran Toimituksia, 1159
J. E. O. Screen
doi:10.2307/41061923
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746-749
Review of Anthony Cross, Days from the Reigns of Eighteenth-Century Rulers: Proceedings of a Workshop, Dedicated to the Memory of Professor Lindsey Hughes, held at Biblioteca di Storia Contemporanea 'A Oriani', Ravenna, Italy, 12–13 September 2007. Parts 1 and 2. Study Group on Ei
Isabel de Madariaga
doi:10.2307/41061924
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749-750
Review of A. Woronzoff-Dashkoff, Dashkova: A Life of Influence and Exile. Transactions, 97:3. American Philosophical Society
Alexander M. Martin
doi:10.2307/41061925
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751-752
Review of Laurence Cole, Daniel L. Unowsky, The Limits of Loyalty: Imperial Symbolism, Popular Allegiances and State Patriotism in the Late Habsburg Monarchy. Austrian Studies, 9
Maureen Healy
doi:10.2307/41061926
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752-754
Review of Imre Ress, Kapcsolatok és keresztutak: Horvátok, szerbek, bosnyákok a nemzetállam vonzásában
Ian D. Armour
doi:10.2307/41061927
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754-755
Review of Holm Sundhaussen, Geschichte Serbiens: 19.–21. Jahrhundert
Bojan Aleksov
doi:10.2307/41061928
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756-757
Review of Robert J. Donia, Sarajevo: A Biography
John Paul Newman
doi:10.2307/41061929
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757-761
Review of Jeff Sahadeo, Russian Colonial Society in Tashkent, 1865–1923
Alexander Morrison
doi:10.2307/41061930
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761-763
Review of Sarah Abrevaya Stein, Making Jews Modern: The Yiddish and Ladino Press in the Russian and Ottoman Empires. The Modern Jewish Experience
Helen Beer
doi:10.2307/41061931
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763-764
Review of Timothy C. Dowling, The Brusilov Offensive. Twentieth-Century Battles
Alexander Hill
doi:10.2307/41061932
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764-766
Review of K. Clark, E. Dobrenko, A. Artizov, O. Naumov, Soviet Culture and Power: A History in Documents, 1917–1953. Annals of Communism
Susan Morrissey
doi:10.2307/41061933
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766-768
Review of Jennifer Hedda, His Kingdom Come: Orthodox Pastorship and Social Activism in Revolutionary Russia
S. K. Rock
doi:10.2307/41061934
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769-770
Review of Alessandro Roselli, I. B. Tauris, Italy and Albania: Financial Relations in the Fascist Period
Rigels Halili
doi:10.2307/41061935
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770-772
Review of Nicolas Werth, Jan T. Gross, Steven Rendall, Cannibal Island: Death in a Siberian Gulag. Human Rights and Crimes Against Humanity
Hiroaki Kuromiya
doi:10.2307/41061936
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772-773
Review of Stevan K. Pavlowitch, Hitler's New Disorder: The Second World War in Yugoslavia
Mark Biondich
doi:10.2307/41061937
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773-774
Review of Katrin Boeckh, Stalinismus in der Ukraine. Die Rekonstruktion des sowjetischen Systems nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg. Veröffentlichungen des Osteuropa Institutes München. Reihe: Geschichte, 71
C. R. Gilley
doi:10.2307/41061938
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774-776
Review of A. Kemp-Welch, Poland under Communism: A Cold War History
Günter Bischof
doi:10.2307/41061939
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776-778
Review of Paul R. Gregory, Lenin's Brain and Other Tales from the Secret Soviet Archives
Kathleen E. Smith
doi:10.2307/41061940
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778-779
Review of Ben Lewis, Hammer and Tickle: A History of Communism Told Through Communist Jokes
Seth Graham
doi:10.2307/41061941
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779-781
Review of Frances Nethercott, Russian Legal Culture Before and After Communism: Criminal Justice, Politics, and the Public Sphere. BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies, 39
W. E. Butler
doi:10.2307/41061942
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781-782
Review of Atsushi Ogushi, The Demise of the Soviet Communist Party. BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies, 41
Neil Robinson
doi:10.2307/41061943
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782-784
Review of Andrei Grachev, Gorbachev's Gamble: Soviet Foreign Policy and the End of the Cold War
Mary Buckley
doi:10.2307/41061944
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784-786
Review of Jonathan Wheatley, Georgia from National Awakening to Rose Revolution: Delayed Transition in the Former Soviet Union. Post-Soviet Politics
George Hewitt
doi:10.2307/41061945
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786-788
Review of Henry H. Perritt, Kosovo Liberation Army: The Inside Story of an Insurgency
Margaret Smith
doi:10.2307/41061946
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788-789
Review of Peter Vermeersch, The Romani Movement: Minority Politics and Ethnic Mobilization in Contemporary Central Europe. Studies in Ethnopolitics
Philip Longworth
doi:10.2307/41061947
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789-790
Review of M. A. Orenstein, S. Bloom, N. Lindstrom, Transnational Actors in Central and East European Transitions. Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies
Peter Simmons
doi:10.2307/41061948
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791-792
Review of John Pickles, State and Society in Post-Socialist Economies. Studies in Central and East European Europe
David Lane
doi:10.2307/41061949
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792-793
Review of Gregory Walker, J. S. G. Simmons, University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies 1907–2006: A Centennial Bibliography of Research in the British Isles. MHRA Bibliographies 3
Martyn Rady
doi:10.2307/41061950
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