Past Issues

Canadian Slavonic Papers

Volume 61 • No. 1 (2019)

In Memoriam

Ralph Carter Elwood (1936-2018)

J. Laurence Black


Leadership, communication, and conflicts among evangelicals: analysis of relations in religious communities in the late USSR

Nadezhda Beliakova and Vera Kliueva

Why is Sharikov dead? The fate of “the Soviet Frankenstein” in Bulgakov’s A Dog’s Heart

Natalia Dame

Julian Stryjkowski: Polish, Jewish, queer

Jack J. B. Hutchens

“Ich bin ein Betweener”: the concept of the existential migrant in Steffen Möller’s travel narratives about Poland

Jakub Kazecki

Research Note

Sister Margit Slachta of Hungary and the deportation of Slovak Jews

Stanislav J. Kirschbaum

Review Article

Solzhenitsyn’s legacy: studying the Gulag in 2019

Wilson T. Bell

Book Reviews / Comptes rendus

Michael David-Fox, Peter Holquist and Alexander M. Martin (eds.), The Holocaust in the East: local perpetrators and Soviet responses

James Casteel

Lewis H. Siegelbaum and Leslie Page Moch, Broad is my native land: repertoires and regimes of migration in Russia’s twentieth century

Siobhan Peeling

Iryna Vushko, The politics of cultural retreat: Imperial bureaucracy in Austrian Galicia, 1772–1867

Andriy Zayarnyuk

Rosalind P. Blakesley, The Russian canvas: painting in imperial Russia, 1757–1881

Hanna Chuchvaha

Christian Raffensperger, Ties of kinship. Genealogy and dynastic marriage in Kyivan Rus'

Anne-Laurence Caudano

Jennifer Anderson, Propaganda and persuasion: the Cold War and the Canadian-Soviet Friendship Society

Paul Robinson

Dragan Bakić, Britain and interwar Danubian Europe: foreign policy and security challenges, 1919–1936

Marcel Jesenský

Mayhill C. Fowler, Beau monde on empire’s edge: state and stage in Soviet Ukraine

Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj

Larry E. Holmes, Stalin’s World War II evacuations: triumph and troubles in Kirov

Maris Rowe-McCulloch

Robert Knight, Slavs in post-Nazi Austria: Carinthian Slovenes and the politics of assimilation, 1945–1960

Sean Eedy

Kelly O’Neill, Claiming Crimea: a history of Catherine the Great’s Southern empire

John R. Staples

Nigel A. Raab, All shook up: the shifting Soviet response to catastrophes, 1917–1991

Patryk Reid

Rebecca Reich, State of madness: psychiatry, literature and dissent after Stalin

Orsolya Kis

Elizabeth A. Skomp and Benjamin M. Sutcliffe, Ludmila Ulitskaya and the art of tolerance

Annamaria Vass