|Annual Newsletter of the Slavic Research Center,
, December 2002
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|From the Director
||SRC Summer Symposium in 2002
||Foreign Visiting Fellowship Program
||Our Current Staff
|Guest Lectures from Abroad
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Guest Lectures from Abroad
Vladimir Krivy (Institute for Sociology, Slovak Academy of Sciences) "Political Parties and Their Supporters in Slovakia," November 21, 2001.
Sheripzhan Nadyrov (Institute of Geography, Ministry of Education and Science, Kazakhstan) "The Study of Geo-Conflicts and Principles of Common Utilization of Trans-Border Rivers in Central Asia as Waterpower Resources," February 27, 2002.
Blair Ruble (Kennan Institute, USA) "Industrial Capitalism, Metropolitan Growth, and the Pragmatic Politics of Social Fragmentation: Moscow-Chicago-Osaka, 1870-1920," May 14, 2002.
Viktor V. Erofeev (Institute of World Literature, RAS) "Russian Culture Today and Problems of Literature," September 12, 2002.
CHEN Yingfang (East China Normal University) "Russian Research in Shanghai/Russia-China Comparative Sociology," October 16, 2002.
Gojko Subotic (Byzantine Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts) "Monasteries in Meteora, Greece," October 22, 2002.
David Lane (University of Cambridge, UK) "What Kind of Capitalism for Russia?" November 5, 2002.
Christel Lane (University of Cambridge, UK) "Varieties of Capitalism in Europe: Changing Forms of Corporate Governance in Britain, France and Germany," November 6, 2002.
A.A. Kirichenko (Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS) "Unknown Japan in Russia," November 13, 2002.
NI Xiaoquan (Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Science) "Sino-Russian Relations since the 9.11 Event," November 27, 2002.
LI Chuanxun (Heilongjiang Univeristy, China) "Political and Economic Relations among Neighbor Regions of China and Russia in Recent Years," November 27, 2002.
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