2021 Research Lab Alumni Publications


Open Research Lab and Summer Research Lab alumni publish articles, book chapters, and monographs that help to shape the field of Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies. Take a look at these 2021 publications that have resulted from research conducted at the Research Labs:

Barbara C. Allen

Barbara C. Allen, editor and translator. The Workers’ Opposition in the Russian Communist Party: Documents, 1919-30. xvi+944 pp. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers, September 30, 2021. E-book ISBN: 978-90-04-24851-9. Cloth ISBN: 978-90-04-24850-2.

Cadra McDaniel

McDaniel, Cadra Peterson. "Isaak Levitan's Enduring Appeal and Russian National Identity, 1891-Present." The Historian, 2021, 83 no. 3: 323-355. DOI: 10.1080/00182370.2021.1999049

Charles Steinwedel

Steinwedel, Charles. “Sugar as a ‘Basic Necessity’: State Efforts to Supply the Russian Empire's Population in the Early Twentieth Century,” in Matthew Romaniello, Alison
Smith, and Trish Starks, eds., The Life Cycle of Russian Things: From Fish Guts to Faberge, 1600 to the Present (London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2021).

Dovile Budryte

“Gender, War, and Remembrance: ‘Points of Memory’ in the Narratives of Women Participants in the Partisan War in Lithuania” (in Lithuanian), Lietuvos Etnologija, 32 (30), 2021, pp. 127-48. https://doi.org/10.33918/25386522-2130005 

Edward Holland

Churyumova, E., & Holland, E. C. Kalmyk DPs and the Narration of Displacement in Post-World War II Europe. Slavic Review, 2021, 80(2), 341-362.

Elena Tracy

F. Cheremeteff, E. Schvarts, E. Simonov, G. Broekhoven, E. Tracy, E. Khmeleva. “The Belt and Road Initiative in North Eurasia: Changing Geographies and the UNECE Multilateral Environmental Agreements.” Geography, Environment, Sustainability. (2021), 14(3): 94-109. Open access, available at https://ges.rgo.ru/jour/article/view/2061/572

Elena F. Tracy and Tamara Troyakova. "Primordial Rites or Civic Values? Korean Identity and its Identity in the Russian Far East." in Christoffersen, Gaya , Russia in the Indo-Pacific: New Approaches to Russian Foreign Policy. Routledge Press, 2021.

Erika Mohanan

“Binding Siberia: Semen Remezov’s Khorograficheskaia kniga in Time and Through Time,” in The Life Cycle of Russian Things: From Fish Guts to Fabergé, 1600 to Present, edited by Tricia Starks, Alison Smith, and Matthew Romaniello (NY: Bloomsbury, 2021), pp. 171–90.

Erin Hofmann

Hofmann, Erin Trouth and Guangqing Chi. “Bride Kidnapping and Gendered Labor Migration: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2021.1931062

Erley Mieka

Erley, Mieka. On Russian Soil : Myth and Materiality. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, (2021).

Eugene Clay

“Folklore and Conspiracy Theories of a COVID Dissenter: The Life and Sermons of Father Sergii (Romanov)”. FOLKLORICA - Journal of the Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Folklore Association 24 (July 2020):135-62. https://doi.org/10.17161/folklorica.v24i.15693.

Frederica Cristani

Federica Cristani. How the Coronavirus Crisis Challenges International Investment (Customary) Law Rules: Which Role for the Necessity Defense?, 53 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 89 (2021), available at: https://scholarlycommons.law.case.edu/jil/vol53/iss1/6

“Economic cyber-espionage in the (post-)COVID-19 era in Europe: which (new) challenges?”, in Матеріали. ХІ Міжнародної науково-практичної конференції Сучасне Право В Епоху Соціальних Змін. Том ІІ / Proceedings. XІ International Scientific Conference on Modern law in the era of social transformation. Volume II, published by the National Aviation University, Kiev, Ukraine (Видавництво Вектор), 2021, 39-41, available at https://archer.chnu.edu.ua/jspui/bitstream/123456789/1529/1/%D0%A5%D0%86%20%D0%9C%D1%96%D0%B6%D0%BD%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%BD%D0%BE%D1%97%20%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%BD%D1%84%D0%B5%D1%80%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%86%D1%96%D1%97%3D%D0%A2%D0%BE%D0%BC%202.pdf

Ivan Ulises Kentros Klyszcz

Sergey Arteev & Ivan Ulises Kentros Klyszcz. "From Decentralization to Coordination: The Evolution of Russian Paradiplomacy (1991 – 2021)", Problems of Post-Communism, DOI: 10.1080/10758216.2021.2009350. (2021).

Ivan U. Klyszcz, "Russia and the Taliban takeover", Recherches & Documents n°17/2021, Fondation pour la Recherche Strategique. https://www.frstrategie.org/en/publications/recherches-et-documents/russia-and-taliban-takeover-2021 

Ivo Strahilov

Strahilov, Ivo. National pride: Negotiating heritage, gender, and belonging in times of illiberal ethnonationalism in Bulgaria, Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics, 2021, 7 (4): 13–31. doi: 10.17356/ieejsp.v7i4.826.

Strahilov, Ivo. Constructing Heritage, Negotiating Europeanness: Three Bulgarian Exhibitions of Thracian Legacy in Paris. In: Yordan Lyutskanov, Benedikts Kalnačs, and Gaga Shurgaia (eds.) Series Minor, XCII: Heteroeuropeanisations: (In)capacity to Stay Marginal. Napoli: UniorPress, 2021, 279–315.

Strahilov, Ivo. Трако-римски сюжети от съвременна България: (пре)договаряне на античното наследство в историческите възстановки, Българска етнология [Thraco–Roman Stories in Contemporary Bulgaria: (Re)negotiating Antiquity through Historical Reenactments, Bulgarian Ethnology], 2021. 3: 339–359.

Strahilov, Ivo. Между „тракийския субстрат“ и „ориенталските наслоявания“: кукерите и канонът на националното наследство, Семинар_BG [Between the “Thracian Substratum” and the “Oriental Add-Ons”: Bulgarian Mummers and the National Heritage Canon, Seminar_BG], 20. 2021. URL: https://seminar-bg.eu/spisanie-seminar-bg/broy20/item/601-kukerite-i-kanonat-na-natsionalnoto-nasledstvo.html.

Jan Surer

Malakhov, Vladimir, and Denis Letnyakov. "Post-Christian or Post-Atheistic Society? Some Characteristics of the Russian Regime of Secularity." State, Religion and Church, 8 (2): 52-68, translated by Jan Surer. 2021.

Ostrovskaya, Elena. "Media Practices of Russian-Speaking Orthodox Jews: Women's Groups and Rabbis' Blogs on Facebook and Instagram." State, Religion and Church, 8 (1): 44-69, translated by Jan Surer. 2021

Katherine Bowers

Bowers, Katherine. “Ghost Writers: Radcliffiana and the Russian Gothic Wave.” Victorian Popular Fictions, 2021, 3.2: 153-179. ISSN: 2632-4253 (online) DOI: https://doi.org/10.46911/TVCT9530

Larry Holmes

Holmes, Larry. Revising the Revolution: The Unmaking of Russia’s Official History of 1917 (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2021) https://iupress.org/9780253054791/revising-the-revolution/

Margarita Vaysman

Margarita Vaysman Spring. 'A Woman's Lot: Realism and Gendered Narration in Russian Women's Writing of the 1860s', The Russian Review 80.2, 2021, 229-245

Margarita Vaysman, Self-Conscious Realism: Metafiction and the Nineteenth-Century Russian Novel (Cambridge: Legenda, 2021)

Maryna Nading

Nading, Maryna. “’Medicine Is Not Business, Health Is Not a Commodity, Physicians Are Not Salesmen!’ Clinical Labor and Ukraine’s Health Reform.” Anthropology of Work Review, 2021, 42(2): 93-107. https://doi.org/10.1111/awr.12224

Melissa Miller

Miller, Melissa & Starikov, Konstantin. The Russian Medical Humanities: Past, Present and Future. Lexington Books, 2021.

Miller, Melissa. “Narrative Medicine in Chekhov and Bulgakov.” The Russian Medical Humanities: Past, Present and Future. Lexington Books, 2021.

Nao Gur-Arie

Nao, Gur-Arie. “From Wahhabism to Islamic Extremism: Russia Confronting Islamism in Conflicts at Home & Abroad,” Pathways to Peace & Security. (Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, 2021).

Russel Martin

Martin, Russel. “The Ways of the Tsar’s Scriptorium: Text and Revision in the Planned (and Cancelled) Wedding of Tsar Aleksei Mikhailovich and Evfimiia Vsevolozhskaia (1647),” in Chelovek arkhivnyi: Sbornik statei k semidesiatiletiiu Iuriia Moiseevicha Eskina i 42-letiiu ego arkhivnoi deiatel’nosti (Moscow: Drevlekhranilishche, 2021), 183–204.

Martin, Russel. "‘Whomsoever He Wishes As His Successor’: Paul Bushkovitch on Succession and Absolutism in Early Modern Russia,” Russian History 48, no. 2 (2021): 211–29.

Scott Kentworthy

Kenworthy, Scott and Agadjanian, Alexander. Understanding World Christianity: Russia (Fortress Press, 2021).