Slavic Review Fall 2014 Issue Now Available
The Fall 2014 issue of Slavic Review is now available.
The Table of Contents and abstracts can be viewed on the Slavic Review Current Issue page. Click on an article link to see the new “image preview” feature, where you can view all published images, including color versions when available.
You can read the issue online on JSTOR (your access provided through your institution, or through ASEEES if current regular or student member). You can sign up to receive publication updates by e-mail directly from JSTOR or set up a RSS feed. Print copy is being mailed to all regular and student members who did not opt out of print copies and paid international postage fees for international members.
The current issue includes a special section on Osip Mandel'shtam with Julia Vaingurt as the special section guest editor.
The Slavic Reference Service of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library has once again compiled a list of print and online bibliographic sources to aid in research related to the subjects featured in the current issue of Slavic Review. See “Topical Bibliographic Sources” for a selection of research resources related to some of the subjects discussed in this issue.
Also, we are pleased to welcome Anna Grzymala-Busse, Robert M. Hayden, Brian Porter- Szűcs, and Stephanie Sandler to the Editorial Board of Slavic Review.
Please contact your institution’s librarian and make sure your library subscribes to Slavic Review or request a subscription. In this era of shrinking budgets, it is vitally important that you let your librarians know how important this journal is for the field. We thank you for your assistance.