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On 3-4 December 2012, the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts (MANU), too, marked the 100th anniversary of the tragic partitioning of Macedonia following the First Balkan War with a massive scholarly meeting and this year, based on the agreement for cooperation with the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, the regular bilateral (biennial) Macedonian-Russian scholarly meeting entitled "The Treaty of Bucharest and Its Consequences for Macedonia and Southeast Europe" was held in Skopje on 27-28 June.
Assistant Coordinator of Student Programs, Sefer Center, Moscow, Russia Center for Judeo-Slavics, Institute of Slavic Studies, The Russian Academy of Sciences
The first exhibition of Russian icons in the United States took place in Boston in October 1913, said icon expert Oleg Tarasov, senior research fellow at the Institute of Slavic Studies in Moscow.
In 1948 she completed a degree in Slavic studies, and then in 1952 another degree at the folklore-historical department at the Music Academy in Ljubljana.
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In addition, a book from the University of Wisconsin Press (978-0-299-22950-4), which is part of their Slavic Studies series, is Beyond the Flesh: Alexander Blok, Zinaida Gippius, and the Symbolist Sublimation of Sex.
I would like in particular to thank the members of the journal's Editorial Board for their assistance and their patience; and on their behalf, I extend further thanks to my colleagues and friends in the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies at the University of Waterloo, and its chair, James M.
It was Paul who drafted the Constitution of the North American Pushkin Society; he did everything in his power to make sure NAPS became a major force in North American Slavic Studies.
In this vein, the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies continues the category of "Orientalization" of Russia and Central/Eastern Europe.
Guy Stern, a professor of German and Slavic studies at Wayne State University who served as an advisor for this book, was serving in Belgium during the War.
As the volume in hand readily attests, Murlin Croucher, who served as the Slavic Studies Area Bibliographer of Indiana University for twenty-six years, from 1980 until his recent retirement, was--and remains
Winner of the 2004 George Lewis Beer Prize for outstanding historical writing on any phase of European International History since 1895 from the American Historical Association and the 2004 Heldt Prize of the Association for Women in Slavic Studies for best book by a woman on Eastern Europe or Russia, this book provides a small glimpse into the ethnic and historical complexities of the territories that are now part of Western Ukraine.