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Canadian Slavonic Papers

Revue canadienne des slavistes

An Interdisciplinary Journal
Devoted to Central and Eastern Europe

Volume 60 • Nos. 1-2 • March-June / mars-jui 2018

IN MEMORIAM: EULOGIES
Robert Karpiak (1942-2017), by Zina Gimpelevich

Tova Yedlin (1921-2017), by Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj

ARTICLES

T. Allan Smith

 

Divine economy and repentance in Discourse 4 of The Enlightener by Iosif Volotskii

Tatiana Tairova

 

Elite women in the Ukrainian Hetmanate

Patrycja Trzeszczyńska

 

Bridges to the past: a Lemko family history explored through letters. An ethnographic case study

Olga M. Mladenova

 

Special section: Canadian contributions to the Sixteenth International Congress of Slavists, Belgrade, Serbia, 20–27 August 2018

Stephanie Dreier

 

The ethics of urban and epic Russian fantasy

Svitlana Kobets   From the Tabennisi nunnery to Pussy Riot: female holy fools in Byzantium and Russia

Natalie Kononenko

 

 

Vernacular religion on the prairies: negotiating a place for the unquiet dead

Svitlana (Lana) Krys   Falling into the existential abyss: Ivan Franko’s realist prose in experiments with Gothic and crime fiction modes
Olga M. Mladenova   Vernacularization of Bulgarian literacy in the seventeenth century: new perspectives
Robert Orr   Translating the Biggles stories for Czech readers: a case of moderate transposition
Joseph Schallert   Tradition and innovation in the lexicon of nineteenth-century Balkan Slavic vernacular Gospels: terms rendering Kurios ‘Lord’ in the Kulakia Gospel
Ana Siljak   Friedrich Nietzsche, Dmitrii Merezhkovskii, and the Russian Renaissance
Irene Sywenky   Environmental thought and ecopoetics in the cultures of post-1989 Central and Eastern Europe
Nicholas G. Žekulin   Recovering a lost voice: punctuation in Turgenev’s Ottsy i deti (Fathers and Children)

DISCUSSION

Heather Coleman, Veljko Vujačić, Uğur Ümit Üngör, Melissa Bokovoy & Max Bergholz   A roundtable on Max Bergholz’s Violence as a Generative Force: Identity, Nationalism, and Memory in a Balkan Community

BOOK REVIEWS / COMPTES RENDUS

Dejan Guzina

 

Azra Hromadžić, Citizens of an empty nation

Scott M. Kenworthy

 

Daniela Kalkandjieva, The Russian Orthodox Church, 1917–1948: from decline to resurrection

Jonathan D. Smele

 

Brian E. Crim

 

Antony Kalashnikov

 

 

Alison K. Smith

 

Liudmyla Sharipova

 

Nikolaos A. Chrissidis, An academy at the court of the Tsars. Greek scholars and Jesuit education in early modern Russia

Jesse Kauffman

 

Robert Blobaum, A minor apocalypse: Warsaw during the First World War

Heather S. Sonntag

 

Edited by Andre Liebich and Svetlana Yakimovich, From communism to anti-communism: photographs from the Boris Souvarine collection at the Graduate Institute, Geneva

Franz A. J. Szabo

 

Paul Robert Magocsi, Carpathian Rus': a historical atlas

Rémy Rouillard

 

Eugene Raikhel, Governing habits: treating alcoholism in the post-Soviet clinic