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Canadian Slavonic Papers

Histories of Emotion in Communist and Post-Communist Europe
Guest Editors: Jan Arend and Franziska Davies

Histories of emotion in Communist and post-Communist Europe after 1945

Jan Arend

Wutanfall: emotional entanglements in the East German punk subculture

Jeff Hayton

Security through emotions: narratives of temporal and spatial belongings of the Polish Territorial Defence Forces

Bettina Bruns

Article

Exposing Poland’s shameful past: legacies of perpetration and dirty memory in Władysław Pasikowski’s Aftermath

Dorota Golańska

Roundtable

Megan Swift's Picturing the Page: Illustrated Children’s Literature and Reading under Lenin and Stalin

James Krapfl, Sara Pankenier Weld, Anastasia Kostetskaya, Olga Voronina, and Megan Swift

Book Reviews

Teaching about genocide: insights and advice from secondary teachers and professors, vol. 2, edited by Samuel Totten (2018)

Bożena Karwowska

Ivan Mazepa and the Russian Empire, by Tatiana Tairova-Yakovleva, translated by Jan Surer (2020)

Georg B. Michels

Journeys through the Russian empire: the photographic legacy of Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, by William C. Brumfield (2020)

Alison Rowley

Lviv’s uncertain destination: a city and its train terminal from Franz Joseph I to Brezhnev, by Andriy Zayarnyuk (2020)

Samuel Finkelman

Morozov: the story of a family and a lost collection, by Natalya Semenova, translated by Arch Tait (2020)

Natalia Murray

The culture of samizdat: literature and underground networks in the late Soviet Union, by Josephine von Zitzewitz (2021)

Ann Komaromi

Dr. Maria Paula Survilla (1964–2020): a scholar and advocate of Belarusian culture, edited by Zina Gimpelevich (2021)

Volha Isakava

False mirrors: the weaponization of social media in Russia’s operation to annex Crimea, by Andrii Demartino (2021)

Aaron Mauro

Muslims and the making of modern Europe, by Emily Greble (2021)

Piotr H. Kosicki

Ukrainian nationalists and the Holocaust: OUN and UPA’s participation in the destruction of Ukrainian Jewry, 1941–1944, by John-Paul Himka (2021)

Maris Rowe-McCulloch

Dostoevsky as a translator of Balzac, by Julia Titus (2022)

Sima Godfrey

A history of education in modern Russia: aims, ways, outcomes, by Wayne Dowler (2022)

W. John Morgan

The letters and the law: legal and literary culture in late imperial Russia, by Anna Schur (2022)

Amy D. Ronner

The nation’s gratitude: World War I and citizenship rights in interwar Romania, by Maria Bucur (2022)

Blasco Sciarrino

The path to a Soviet nation: the policy of Belarusization, by Alena Marková (2022)

Grigory Ioffe

Zmierzch liberalnego porządku międzynarodowego 2011–2021 [Decline of the liberal international order, 2011–2021], by Roman Kuźniar (2022)

Raymond Taras