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Журнал "Красный Архив" (1923 - 1941 гг.) на сайте "Исторические материалы".

I must thank Igor' Kurliandskii for pointing out that the Zhurnal Krasnyi Arkhiv is avaialble in digitized form as indicated below:
Красный архивКрасный архив. Исторический журнал. 1923 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1924 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1925 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1926 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1927 г. Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1928 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1929 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1930 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1931 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1932 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1933 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1934 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1935 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1936 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1937 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1938 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1939 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1940 г.Красный архив. Исторический журнал. 1941 г.Статьи и документы из журнала «Кр…

Jobs: Humanities Librarian, Research & Instructional Services, UNC Chapel Hill.

http://library.unc.edu/jobs/humanities-librarian-research-instructional-services/
Humanities Librarian, Research & Instructional Services AVAILABLE:      June 1, 2016
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks an experienced, innovative, and user-oriented Humanities Librarian with a Western European focus who combines a solid grounding in traditional humanities librarianship with a vision of future possibilities in humanities and interdisciplinary library services.
The Humanities Librarian will serve as the liaison to designated departments and centers determined by the successful candidate’s expertise. The Humanities Librarian will provide research consultations, offer innovative instruction and course development support, and, in collaboration with the Digital Scholarship Librarian and the Research Hub staff, facilitate digital scholarship projects. The Humanities Librarian will collaboratively develop collections in all formats in designated subjects, serve on the Arts &…

Corpus of Old Slavonic Texts.

I must thank my kind colleague June Pachuta Farris who is a bibliographer for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies at U Chicago for sharing these useful links about Old Slavonic Texts. June was along with many kind American Slavic Studies librarians was welcoming when I came by an accident to the Slavic Librarianship in 2006. My journey could have been incomplete if not for the generosity of many North American colleagues who helped me through the complicated waters of Slavic Studies collection development.

I wanted to share these links with the readers of my blog.


An Electronic Corpus of Old Church Slavonic Texts:  http://www.helsinki.fi/slaavilaiset/ccmh/Parsed Corpus of Old South Slavic   http://www-bcf.usc.edu/~pancheva/ParsedCorpus.htmlCrúbadán language data for Old Church SlavonicKevin Scannell. 2015. The Crúbadán Project.The World's Writing SystemsDaniels, Peter T.; Bright, William. 1996. Oxford University Press.An introduction to Old Church SlavicSchmalstieg, William …

2016 Dissertation and Thesis Development Workshop: The Holocaust in the Soviet Union.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2016 Dissertation and Thesis Development Workshop: The Holocaust in the Soviet Union July 18-29, 2016 Washington, D.C.
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum invites applications for a Dissertation and Thesis Development Workshop that is focused on the Holocaust in the Soviet Union. This workshop will be held from July 18-29, 2016 at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

This workshop will help prepare early M.A. and doctoral students interested in the Holocaust in the Soviet Union for successful academic careers. Participants from North America and the former Soviet Union, with the guidance of Jeffrey Veidlinger (Joseph Brodsky Collegiate Professor of History and Judaic Studies, University of Michigan) and Mandel Center staff, will discuss pre-circulated project proposals and research strategies. Participants also will attend sessions devoted to historiography an…

"Culture & Technology" - European Summer University in Digital Humanities 19th - 29th July 2016 Leipzig.

"Culture & Technology" - European Summer University in Digital Humanities (ESU DH C & T) 19th to 29th of July, University of Leipzighttp://www.culingtec.uni-leipzig.de/ESU_C_T/

We are happy to announce that applications for a place at the 7th European Summer University in Digital Humanities are now being accepted (seehttp://www.culingtec.uni-leipzig.de/ESU_C_T/node/629). 
As ESU DH C & T is a member of the International Digital Humanities Training Network courses taken at the Summer University are eligible for transfer credit towards the University of Victoria Graduate Certificate in DH (seehttp://www.uvic.ca/humanities/english/graduate/graduate-certificates/dhum-certificate/index.php).
The Summer University takes place across 11 whole days. The intensive programme consists of workshops, public lectures, regular project presentations, a poster session, and a panel discussion. 
The workshop programme is composed of the following thematic strands: XML-TEI encoding, stru…

CALL FOR PAPERS: Rethinking Bios and Politics After Foucault.

CALL FOR PAPERS:
Rethinking Bios and Politics After Foucault October 8–10, 2016 Aarhus University, Denmark
Conference organizers: Daena Funahashi (Aarhus University) & David Rojas (Bucknell University, dmr028@bucknell.edu)
Keynote speaker: Timothy Campbell (Cornell University)
Other confirmed speakers include:
Andrew Willford (Cornell University) Ann Stoler (The New School) James Siegel (Cornell University) Nils Bubandt (Aarhus University) Peter Redfield (University of North Carolina) Rosalind Morris (Columbia University)
Conference Abstract A decade ago, the ubiquity of Foucault’s terms in anthropological conferences, books, and journal articles prompted some to credit him with providing the discipline’s lingua franca (see, e.g., Boyer 2003).More recently, ontologically oriented investigations seem to have captured much of the attention of cultural anthropologists and Foucault’s theoretical insights appear to be less influential in anthropological circles. An exception to this state of affairs…