1. The Impossibility of Pure Forms: Normative Hybridities as a "Banality of Life"
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  1. Life Histories of the Etnos Concept in Eurasia: An Introduction
  2. Sergei S. Alymov, David G. Anderson, Dmitry V. Arzyutov
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  1. Subversive Patriotism: Aleksei Suvorin, Novoe Vremia, and Right-Wing Nationalism during the Russo-Japanese War
  2. Zachary Hoffman
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  1. Mikhail N. Pokrovsky and Ukraine: A Normative Marxist between History and Politics
  2. Korine Amacher
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  1. Leonid Utesov: The Unlikely Socialist Celebrity for a Soviet Public
  2. Benjamin Beresford
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  1. Astana as Imperial Project?: Kazakhstan and Its Wandering Capital City in the Twentieth Century
  2. Nari Shelekpayev
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  1. Huta Pieniacka: Interpretations of a Major Site of Wartime Massacre in Ukraine
  2. Olha Ostriitchouk
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  1. Dueling with Arguments: Chekhov's Enactment of Darwin's Rhetoric of Ambivalence in The Duel
  2. Riccardo Nicolosi
  3. pp. 285-314
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  1. Brothers or Enemies: The Ukrainian National Movement and Russia from the 1840s to the 1870s by Johannes Remy (review)
  2. Станислав Могильный
  3. pp. 316-323
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  1. БРАТЬЯ ИЛИ ЧИНОВНИКИ?
  2. Денис Шаталов
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  1. Historycy Cesarskiego Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego 1869–1915: nauka i polityka by Anna Bazhenova (review)
  2. Elżbieta Kwiecińska
  3. pp. 331-333
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  1. Total Wars and the Making of Modern Ukraine, 1914–1954 by George O. Liber (review)
  2. Наталия Ковальчук
  3. pp. 334-341
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  1. From Empire to Eurasia: Politics, Scholarship, and Ideology in Russian Eurasianism, 1920s–1930s by Sergey Glebov (review)
  2. Stefan Wiederkehr
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  1. Russia and Its Northeast Asian Neighbors: China, Japan, and Korea, 1858–1945 ed. by Kimitaka Matsuzato (review)
  2. Ivan Sablin
  3. pp. 345-350
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  1. Kazakhstan in the Making: Legitimacy, Symbols, and Social Changes ed. by Marlene Laruelle (review)
  2. Артем Космарский
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  1. Postcolonial Slavic Literatures after Communism eds. by Klavdia Smola and Dirk Uffelmann (review)
  2. Marco Puleri
  3. pp. 366-370
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  1. Vladimir Sorokin's Languages by Tine Roesen and Dirk Uffelmann (review)
  2. Julija Sipailaite
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  1. Youth Politics in Putin's Russia: Producing Patriots and Entrepreneurs by Julie Hemment (review)
  2. Лариса Дериглазова
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 389-391
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  1. НАШИ АВТОРЫ
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