- André Simonyi and Jessica Allina-Pisano (Ottawa University,
Canada), “The Social
Lives of Borders: Political Economy at the Edge of the EU,” December
- Moinuddin Aqeel (International
Islamic University, Pakistan),
“The Idea of Dar al-Harb
and Dar al-Islam: Concepts and Conflicts in British India,” January 26,
- Robert Greenberg (Yale University,
USA), “The Redrawing of
Ethnic and Linguistic
Borders in the Balkans,” February 18, 2010.
- Zhao Quansheng (American
University, USA), “China’s Approaches
to the East China
Sea Disputes with Japan and South Korea,” June 4, 2010.
- Paul Wexler (Tel Aviv University,
Israel), “Cross-border Turkic
and Iranian Language
Retention in the West and East Slavic Lands and Beyond: A Tentative
- Andrej Malchukov (Institute of
Linguistics, Russia), “Rare
Phenomena in Case Marking
and Their Implications for a Theory of Typological Distributions,” June
- Jouko Lindstedt (University of
“Cross-Border Linguistic Nationalism
in the Central and Eastern Balkans,” June 17, 2010; “Towards
Understanding the Balkan
Linguistic Area,” June 19, 2010.
- Zhang Yingjin (University of
California, USA), “The Present
Condition of Studies of
Modern and Contemporary Chinese Culture Studies: Literature, Pictures
and Movies,” July
- Dragana Mitrovic (University of
Belgrade, Serbia), “No Big News
in the Dragon’s
Nest: China’s Response to the Challenges of the World Economic Crises,”
July 11, 2010.
- Andrej Bekes (University of
Ljubljana, Slovenia), “Slovene
Language after the
Schengen Agreement: Will the Language Borders Also Disappear?” July 15,
- Robert McMahon (Ohio State
University, USA), “The South Asian
Soviet and Chinese Regional Interventions, 1947–1971,” July 20, 2010.
- Miroslav Dudok (University of
Novi Sad, Serbia), “Internal and
External Borders of the
Slovak Language: Slovak as a National Language and Language of
- Jana Dudková (Institute of
Theatre and Film Research, Slovak
Academy of Sciences,
Slovakia), “The Border: A Slovak Film and the Problem of Constructing
Identity,” September 27, 2010.
- Aleksandr Kostanov (Archival
Affairs Agent of the Sakhalin
Region, Russia), “Archival
Documents on Russo-Japanese War in Russia,” October 9, 2010.
- Galina Shalkus (Sakhalin State
“Russo-Japanese War and the
Mining Industry in Sakhalin,” October 9, 2010.
- Nataliia Potapova (Sakhalin State
“Russo-Japanese War and the
Role of the Russian Orthodox Church in Sakhalin,” October 10, 2010.
- Victor Friedman (University of
Chicago, USA), “Language Borders
Within the Speaker:
Codeswitching Practices and Bi- and Multi-lingualism in the Balkans,”
October 7, 2010;
“Borders of Identity: Creating Balkan Selves,” October 12, 2010.
- Peter Baklanov (Pacific Institute
of Geography, FEBRAS, Russia),
and Environmental Conservation in the Russian Far East,” November 1,
- Da Zhigang (Heilongjiang
Provincial Academy of Social Sciences,
Conservation in Northeast China and China-Japan Economic Cooperation,”
- Dambaravjaa Oyunbaatar and Dulam Jugder
(Mongolian Institute of
and Hydrology, Mongolia), “Hydrological Environment of the Onon and
November 1, 2010.
- Ampai Harakunarak (United Nations
Regional Office for
Asia and the Pacific), “UNEP/GEF project ‘Integrated Management of the
River Basin’,” November 2, 2010.
- Pavel Kohout (harpsichordist,
Czech Rep.), “West and East in
Baroque Music in Central
Europe,” November 9, 2010.
- Park Jongso (Seoul National
University, Korea), “The
Controversy of L. Tolstoy and
V. Solov’ev,” November 26, 2010.
- Cha Jheewon (Seoul National
University, Korea), “Valery
Brjusov’s Esthetic Position
in the Context of Symbolist Life Creation,” November 26, 2010.
- Lee Jiyeon (Seoul National
University, Korea), “An Apologia
for the Absurd: 20th
Century Russian Culture and the Poetics of ‘Window’,” November 26,
- Choi Jinseok (Seoul National
University, Korea), “Bakhtin
Studies Today and the
Problems of Cultural Dynamics,” November 26, 2010.
- Song Eunji (Seoul National
University, Korea), “The Casual
Connectives in Modern
Russian: Synonymy and Polysemy,” November 26, 2010.
- Dong Youngeun (Seoul National
University, Korea), “Semantics and
Russian Dative Case,” November 26, 2010.
- Abram Reitblat (Russian State Art
“Construction of Narrative of a
Biographical Story: Talking Mainly about Faddei Bulgarin, a Heretical
- Trey Hillman (former general
manager of Hokkaido Nippon-Ham
“Experiential Border Studies of Sports: Japan-USA Baseball Watching by
Manager Mr. Hilman,” December 18, 2010.
Feng Yujun and Alexander Morrison were foreign visiting fellows
the Slavic Research Center
in 2010–2011. The views of the authors show the breadth of the SRC’s
interests, but they are the