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Challenges and Pleasures of Journal Editing

KinoKultura's beginnings stemmed from a conference on the Russian idea in contemporary cinema. Currently, it covers new films; reports on film festivals; and discusses film scholarship. Additionally, KinoKultura gave rise to the print journal, Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema.

Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media

Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media (Digital Icons) is an international, peer-reviewed online journal whose main goal is to disseminate research on new media in Russia, Eurasia and Central Europe.

Tips for Standing out during an Interview

Job seekers go to great lengths to stand out from the crowd. However, it's most likely the simple things that will add up to success and help you outshine your competition. Here are some suggestions.

Bringing Art from Odessa to Light

The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University recently opened “Odessa's Second Avant-Garde: City and Myth,” its first exhibition devoted to artists from Ukraine.

SRAS Minorities Abroad Project

SRAS “Minorities Abroad” Project is an initiative designed to make the issues faced by people of color traveling in the former Soviet sphere more transparent.

Writing a Book in Ten Steps

In recent months, Kristen Ghodsee completed her fifth book manuscript, and started thinking about how she writes a book from start to finish. She outlines her process, in 10 well defined steps.

Informational Interview Basics

Informational interviewing is a useful networking activity and a valuable career development tool. This article, by ASEEES Communications Coordinator, Mary Arnstein, will explain how to meet with individuals to gain information about career choices and the job search process.

Decline in US Expertise on Russia

With Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, the US media and a growing number of senior government, policy and academic experts are raising concerns about the decline in US expertise on Russia.

A View from the East? Slavic Studies in Japan

Interview with Prof. Mitsuyoshi Numano (Tokyo U) - co-organizer of the first ICCEES World Congress to be held in Asia

Introducing Vostok Cable

Vostok Cable is a blog about Russia and Eastern Europe, founded by a group of students at Oxford University.

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