Liberal Nationalism in Central Europe (Routledgecurzon Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Serie)

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His principal research interests are concerned with international organisations and conflict management.

An informal reception precedes the screening, and a Faculty member presents a film of their choosing, which corresponds in some way with their wider academic work. Find out how you could benefit and hear from some of those who have already done so. Language: English. Interested in South Eastern Europe?

Students, faculty and research fellows with an interest in any topic broadly related to South Eastern Europe - Eastern and Western Balkans, Cyprus, Greece and Turkey — are cordially invited. This informal event is meant as a starting point for future academic collaborations, events, debates, discussions and social events. We hope that you will enjoy mingling and getting to know others whilst partaking in regional food and drinks.

Please feel free to invite others with a regional interest as well.

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We would be very happy if you were able to attend! Soviet Intelligence Plans for the British Isles. Readings and commentary in Russian, followed by some translations into English by Steven Seymour. Language: mainly Russian. The Russian Graduate Seminar takes place on Thursdays at 5pm in the Basement Lecture Room, 47 Wellington Square, and is an opportunity for all those working in the field of Russian studies to hear and meet speakers from both within the university and outside it. Papers, which normally last around an hour, are followed by questions and discussion, and refreshments are provided.

All are welcome to attend. Anyone who would like to take part will be most welcome! The aim is to create an opportunity for postgraduates to keep up with current developments in the post-Soviet space -- not only Russia but also Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, the South Caucasus and Central Asia.

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Meetings will be informal. Everyone will be welcome to contribute to what we hope will be a very lively discussion. The workshop will focus on the application of innovative linguistic methods qualitative and quantitative: cognitive, computational and corpus to media and political discourse analysis. Although this workshop is primarily aimed at Russian and East European Area Studies researchers, it will also benefit students from other social sciences and humanities programmes. The research methods introduced and discussed during the workshop will form a valuable part of the research skills 'tool kit' of every researcher engaged in discourse analysis and can easily be transferred and applied to work with discourses in any language area.

Christopher Hart Northumbria University , Dr. Steven Clancy Harvard University. Workshop participants will be given practical discourse analysis tasks in English as well as in Russian and other East European and Slavonic languages using the approaches and methods introduced by the workshop speakers.

To register, please contact Ms Polly Bunce polly. Coffee and sandwich lunches will be provided. A limited number of bursaries are available for doctoral students from CEELBAS partner universities from outside Oxford to cover travel expenses and one-night accommodation at Oxford. If you would like to be considered for financial support, please contact Ms Polly Bunce polly. Further information. Theoretical approaches and practical cases, 20th Century East-Central Europe' A two-day exploratory workshop that will examine an experimental definition of 'Subcultures' in East-Central Europe.

Rather than applying the term to subaltern or youth cultures, the speakers and hosts will be attempting to examine the validity of using the term to describe certain forms of minority or 'hybrid' identity construction and expression in the region - which do not necessarily follow the typical Western European patterns as conventionally described in studies of Minorities. Thank you. The format is as follows: Day 1: case studies and general presentations; Day 2: Round Table to discuss our findings and examine the experimental hypothesis, moderated by the project co-ordinators.

A background paper will be circulated in advance of the event. Full programme Entry is free but registration is essential, as places are limited.

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To register, please write to oliver. This workshop will bring together members of the Comparative Constitutions Project to understand the interrelationship between the constitutional entrenchment of rights and acts of repression, with case studies from post-Arab Spring states and Eastern Europe. It makes it possible to look beyond English loanwords to consider other linguistic influences and to examine how globalisation affects modes of expression, grammar, forms of address and even attitudes to linguistic propriety.

I will look at all these topics and then discuss the paradoxical situation that globalisation processes seem to make present-day Russian harder to understand and to translate than it was, for example, in the Soviet period. He has written various articles on the Russian language in the post-Soviet period and is the co-author with Shamil Khairov of Modern Russian Grammar, published by Routledge in The key focus of the workshop is to combine and complement recent advances in empirical and theoretical knowledge of protest events in different regions.

Across town, Zura, a young Chechen widow sits in a van. Around her, other young widows, who have loved and lost before their 20th birthday. Outside a hospital, Tamara, a doctor, receives a radio call: Chechen militants have laid siege to the Dubrovka Theatre. Prince Michael of Kent devotes a high proportion of his time to the support of a large number of non-profit-making charities, institutes, trade associations, societies and health organisations. Prince Michael has a strong interest in Russia; he is a patron of many educational institutions and charities in Russia.

Entry is free and all are welcome. However, the number of places is limited. We highly recommend emailing russiansocietyregister gmail. Please include your full name and occupation and email us before Sunday 28th. Otherwise places will be given on first come first served basis please arrive in good time to reserve your seat. The event is supported by the Centre of Innovative Linguistics. Skip to main content. Subaltern Russians on the edge of empire.

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The harmony she represents is likewise often associated with something equally odd, with song. Music helps to make her the advocate of a fairer, familial, and often childlike harmony.


He is juxtaposed with Brezhnev, who is usually absent here from the screen and not linked to any nasty intrigue. There was no need to give them ammunition or supplies. Already guilty of something and yet partly innocent, they were mere cannon fodder. They were driven to certain death. Among the conscripts were all kinds of people: the honest and the wicked, ex-prisoners and draft-dodgers, those who fled jail or had stood up against violence.

They became nameless heroes who gave their life for the lives of others, for the freedom of their homeland and for peace on Earth. The public concurred, granting the broadcasts the top ratings slot with a These are living people.