JAREES: The Japanese Association for Russian and East European Studies
Japan Association for the Study of Russian Language and Literature
JSSEES: The Japanese Society for Slavic and East European Studies
Japanese Society for the Study of Russian History
JAIR; The Japan Association of International Relations
JACES: Japan Association for Comparative Economic Studies
JCAS: Japan Consortium for Area Studies
Fifth East Asian Conference on Slavic-Eurasian Studies
1913-2013 for Eurasia:A Great Experiment or a Lost Century?
August 9-10, 2013
Osaka University of Economics and Law Yao, Osaka
Greetings from Dr. Christopher Ward,
Editor-in-Chief of The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
As a panel organizer for the 5th East Asian Conference for Slavic Studies and as Editor-in-Chief of The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review (SPSR), I would like to announce that SPSR will welcome the submission of conference papers that will be presented at the conference in August.
Published by Brill, The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review is
a scholarly journal which focuses on the history and politics of the Soviet Union
and its successor states, including but not limited to the Russian Federation.
The journal welcomes original, scholarly submissions in the form of articles relating
to Soviet and post-Soviet history and politics.
Current members of the journal’s editorial board include
Robert Thomas Argenbright (University of Utah), Oleg G. Bukhovets
(Belorussian State Economic University), John Bushnell (Northwestern University),
William A. Clark (Louisiana State University), Robert Edelman (University of California, San Diego),
Juliane Fürst (University of Bristol), Thomas Lahusen (University of Toronto),
Kimitaka Matsuzato (University of Hokkaido), Elena Osokina (University of South Carolina),
Donald J. Raleigh (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), and Douglas Weiner (University of Arizona).
Authors are requested to submit material for consideration in English,
although Russian language submissions will also be considered. Submissions should be sent to
the Editor-in-Chief at email@example.com and must include an abstract or summary of
the article in English of not more than 150 words. For more information, please contact me.
I look forward to the conference and to receiving conference papers for
publication consideration by SPSR.
Christopher Ward, Ph.D.
Professor of History, Clayton State University (USA) Editor-in-Chief,
The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review