Slavic Review Summer 2014 Issue Now Available
The Summer 2014 issue of Slavic Review is now available. The issue includes a special section on "Ethnographies of Absence in Contemporary Georgia" with Elizabeth Cullen Dunn and Martin Demant Frederiksen as Special Section Guest Editors.
The Table of Contents can be viewed on the Slavic Review website [Click on an article link to see the new “image preview” feature, where you can view all published images, including color versions when available.]
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The Slavic Reference Service of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library has 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” at www.slavicreview.illinois.edu/resources/index.html for a selection of research resources related to Georgia, the subject of this issue’s special section.
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