Slavic and Eurasian Studies Publishing News
Welcome to Brill's Slavic and Eurasian Studies page, www.brill.com/Slavic. Here you will find the latest news on our new program, our publication highlights and our contact details.
Brill publishes books, journals, online databases, reference works and primary sources on Slavic and Eurasian Studies. The program is of multi-disciplinary character: history, political science, sociology & anthropology, the arts, ethnic & minority studies, law, literature, linguistics, as well as gender studies. Brill welcomes proposals and ideas from every branch of the Slavic and Eurasian field that appeal to a specialist audience.
The Slavic and Eurasian Studies Publishing Program is supported and guided by an international advisory board of eminent scholars:
- Michail Afanasiev (State Historical Public Library, Moscow, Russia)
- Jeffrey Brooks (The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA)
- Mark Kramer (Harvard University, Cambridge, USA)
- Karen Rondestvedt (Stanford University, USA)
- Ronald Vroon (UCLA, Los Angeles, USA)
- Jürgen Warmbrunn (Herder-Institut, Marburg, Germany)
Because The MELCom Conference takes place in Moscow, we offer free access to the issues containing the 10 most popular Slavic Journals' articles.*
Find out what your colleagues read most and download these articles for free:
- Doris L. Bergen “The Loneliness of the Dying”: General and Particular Victimization in Timothy Snyder's Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin
- Jonathan Brunstedt Building a Pan-Soviet Past: The Soviet War Cult and the Turn Away from Ethnic Particularism
- Susan Corbesero History, Myth, and Memory: A Biography of a Stalin Portrait
- Sheila Fitzpatrick The Question of Social Support for Collectivization
- Jürgen Kocka Comparative History: Methodology and Ethos
- Lars T. Lih The Ironic Triumph of Old Bolshevism: The Debates of April 1917 in Context
- Joseph Marko Processes of Ethnic Mobilization in the Former Yugoslav Republics Reconsidered
- Linda Nochlin The Ballets Russes and the Parisian Avant-Garde
- Leonard A. Polakiewicz Syncretism and Personification in Anton Chekhov's The Steppe
- Elizabeth A. Wood Performing Memory: Vladimir Putin and the Celebration of World War II in Russia
*Free access from May 1 till July 1
Introducing a new book series: Central and Eastern Europe. The new series will be the platform for research on all aspects of Central and East Europe: history, society, politics, economy, religion, culture, literature, languages and gender, with a focus on the region between the Baltic and the Adriatic in local and global context.
The first volume in the series will appear in March 2012: Hungary's Long Nineteenth Century, Collected Studies by László Péter, edited by Miklós Lojkó. ISBN 9789004222120
- Constantin Iordachi (Central European University, Budapest)
- Maciej Janowski (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
- Balázs Trencsényi (Central European University, Budapest)
- Mónika Nagy (NagyMo [at] ceu [dot] hu)
BRILL is actively soliciting manuscripts and proposals for this new series. For more information, please contact editorial assistant Mónika Nagy. To submit a detailed proposal or manuscript, please contact Brill’s Ivo Romein for the guidelines (romein [at] brill [dot] com).
To keep up-to-date with our publishing program and special offers, you can subscribe to the Slavic Studies E-Bulletin alerts by visiting our E-Bulletins page (hosted on a separate platform) and registering there.
For more information on Slavic Studies, please contact Huetink [at] brill [dot] com (Marti Huetink )and romein [at] brill [dot] com (Ivo Romein).
Highlights of the Slavic and Eurasian Studies program:
Four new book series
- Balkan Studies Library
- Eurasian Studies Library
- Russian History and Culture
- Central and Eastern Europe (forthcoming)
- Southeastern Europe www.brill.com/seeu
South Eastern Europe is made in cooperation with the Europe and Balkans International Network
- The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review www.brill.com/spsr
- Russian History www.brill.com/ruhi
- East Central Europe www.brill.com/eceu
- Canadian American Slavic Studies www.brill.com/css
- Journal of Russian History and Historiography www.brill.com/jmrh
Over the last 50 years, IDC Publishers, an imprint of Brill, has amassed an enormous collection of primary sources (rare books, manuscripts and archive documents) in the field of Slavic Studies. You can find a complete list of those collections here.
The Russian Avant-garde 1904 to 1946 (link forthcoming)
Soviet Cinema. Film Periodicals, 1918-1942 (link forthcoming)
Cult of Body: Sports and Physical Culture in Russia, 1891 - 1919
Highlighted book titles
Making the New Post-Soviet Person
The Tsar’s Abolitionists
Nationalism from the Left
Staging Socialist Femininity
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