Area Studies

The Warsaw Institute Review, Q2 2018, No. 5

The Warsaw Institute Review
Q2 2018, No. 5

Edited by Anna Karolina Piekarska
Fundacja Warsaw Institute
Wilcza 9, 00-538 Warsaw, Poland

Religion(s), laïcité(s) et société(s) au tournant des humanités numériques: actes du 3e colloque international Comsymbol les 9-10 novembre 2016

Religion (s), secularity (s) and society (s) at the turning point of the digital humanities : proceedings of the 3rd international Comsymbol ... 9-10 November 2016, Montpellier, France
Front Cover
Mihaela-Alexandra Tudor , Stefan Bratosin , Communication, Human Resources and Social Intervention (Montpellier).
IARSIC editions , 2016 - 485 pages
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Médias, spiritualité et laïcité: regards croisés franco-roumains

Médias, spiritualité et laïcité: regards croisés franco-roumains
Ed. by Stefan Bratosin
Author: Workshop Essachess
Editions IARSIC 2015

The Russia File

The Russia File, a blog of the Kennan Institute (Wilson Center). The blog offers insights on current events in Russia, U.S.-Russian relations, and other critical issues of the day. The blog is edited by Maxim Trudolyubov.


Sean's Russia Blog

Sean’s Russia Blog is a rich forum for discussion on cultural issues ranging from a conversation with Yuri Slezkine (The House of Government: A Saga of the Russian Revolution) and Maria Belodubrovskaya (Not According to Plan: Filmmaking under Stalin) to deaf culture (Claire Shaw) and internal colonization (Steve Sabol).

Russia Matters

Russia Matters is a Harvard-based project made possible by the Carnegie Corporation. Dedicated to U.S. policy toward Russia, U.S.-Russian relations and Russian policies that impact vital U.S. the website is a go-to resource for academics, journalists and government officials from around the world.


Spotlight on Polish Theater launches the Spotlight on Poland series on 27 March 2018. Bringing together reviews, exclusive interviews, and articles, the Spotlight on Poland will be one of the largest English-language digital resources on contemporary Polish theatre.



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