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Bilder und Sprachen von Not, Gewalt und Mobilisierung. Das östliche Europa nach 1918 in medialen Repräsentationen

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1. Tagung: Der Nachkrieg
IOS Regensburg 12.–13. April 2018

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East European History - Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 

Published on behalf of the IOS  by Martin Schulze Wessel and Dietmar Neutatz

Issue 2/2017

Charles Halperin (Bloomington) shows on a large numerical base that, contrary to some opinions, laymen, particularly members of the elite, were able to purchase landed estates for cash during the reign of Ivan IV. Natalia Platonova's (HSE Moscow) large article is devoted to the new and more sophisticated form of accounting based on cameralism which was introduced in Russia by Peter I. and further developped especially under Catherine II. Andrej Savin (Novosibirsk branch of the Academy of Sciences) studies the awarding of decorations to members of the Political Police (Cheka, OGPU-NKVD). Though decorations played a major role in the formation of the new Soviet elite and despite the organization of real campaigns to back their candidates for decorations, the Cheka poorly achieved in the years before the onset of the Great Purge in 1937. After Stalin's death the Soviet leadership wanted to reduce the hypertrophied and inefficient penal camp system. Immo Rebitschek (Imre-Kertesz-Kolleg Jena) demonstrates that the commissions set up all over the country to re-examine the criminal files of political prisoners as for traitors of WWII came to a principal distinction between simple treason and treason committed in combination with acts of violence. The bibliometric analysis of Sergey Matveyev and Irina Savelieva (both from HSE Moscow) shows that the new publication demands on Russian researchers since the middle of the last decennium resulted in a steep augmentation of historical publications in foreign journals. This especially applies to researchers from the Russian Academy of Sciences and from HSE. The miscellany by Katja Makhotina (Bonn University) presents the three the most influencial interpretations of the Russian Revolution in today's Russian discourse. 
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Preview on the thematic issue 3/2017: Reconciling Failure and Success: Soviet Elites and the Collectivized Village

Katja Bruisch, Nikolaus Katzer: Introduction: Reconciling Failure and Success: Soviet Elites and the Collectivized Village

Ulrike Huhn: The Adventure of individuality: Visual representation of the post-war Soviet village and the ambivalences of ethnographic photography during late Stalinism and the “Thaw”

Katja Bruisch, Timur Mukhamatulin: Coming to Terms With the Village: Stalin’s death and the reassessment of rural-urban relations in the Soviet Union

Alexander M. Nikulin: An Omitted Intellectual Tradition: The Chaianov School on Collective Farming

Sergej Alymov: “This is profitable for all”: Agrarian Economists and the Soviet Plan-Market Debate in the Post-Stalinist Period    


 

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Eva-Maria Auch (Berlin, 2011),
Christoph Augustynowicz (Wien, 2009)
Martin Aust (München, 2010, 1011, 2012, 2014),
Matthias Beer (Tübingen, 2014),
Harald Binder (Lemberg, 2010),
Kathrin Boeckh (Regensburg, 2013, 2014),
Thomas Bohn (Gießen, 2014),
Hans-Jürgen Bömelburg (Gießen, 2009),
Detlev Brandes (Berlin, 2011, 2014),
Alfons Brüning (Nijmegen, 2015),
Ulf Brunnbauer (2016),
Klaus Buchenau (Regensburg, 2016),
Dittmar Dahlmann (Bonn, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014),
Paul Dukes (Aberdeen, 2014, 2016),
Chester S. L. Dunning College Station, TX, 2011)
Mark Edele (Crawley, 2014),
Aleksandr Filjuškin (St. Petersburg, 2012),
Moshe Gammer (Tel Aviv, 2011),
Zaur Gasimov (Mainz/Istanbul, 2012, 2013),
Paul-Georg Geiß (Wien, 2011),
Klaus Gestwa (Tübingen, 2011, 2012),
William Godsey (Wien, 2010),
Carsten Goehrke (Zürich, 2010, 2011),
Katalin Göncsi (Leipzig, 2010),
Constantin Goschler (Bochum, 2015),
Jörg Hackmann (Szczecin, 2013),
Lutz Häfner (Göttingen/Bielefeld, 2012, 2013, 2015),
Heiko Haumann (Basel, 2014),
Guido Hausmann (München, 2014, 2015, 2016),
Hubertus Jahn (Cambridge, 2013),
Kerstin Jobst (Potsdam/Wien, 2009, 2010, 2013),
Michael Kemper (Amsterdam, 2013),
Markus Koller (Bochum, 2016),
Walter Koschmal (Regensburg, 2016),
Günther Kronenbitter (Augsburg, 2011, 2012),
Katharina Kucher (Tübingen, 2015),
Hiroaki Kuromiya (Dover/USA, 2015)
Jan Kusber (Mainz, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013),
Maike Lehmann (Köln, 2015),
Sonja Lührmann (Burnaby BC, 2015)
Hans-Christian Maner (Mainz, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2014),
Stefan Merl (Bielefeld, 2015),
Olaf Mertelsmann (Tallinn, 2014, 2016),
Georg Michels (Riverside, 2014),
Christoph Mick (Coventry/England, 2013, 2015),
Irina Morozova (Regensburg, 2015),
Eduard Mühle (Münster, 2014),
Matthias Niendorf (Greifswald, 2014),
Julia Obertreis (Erlangen, 2014),
Tanja Penter (Hamburg, 2013),
Alexander Pereswetoff-Morath (Stockholm, 2015),
Bianca Pietrow-Ennker (Konstanz, 2011),
Pärtel Piirimäe Tartu, 2015),
Dieter Pohl (Klagenfurt, 2012, 2013),
Ada Raev (Bamberg, 2014),
Oliver Reisner (Tbilisi, 2012),
Andreas Renner (Köln/Tübingen, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012),
Kimmo Rentola (Turku, 2011),
Stefan Rohdewald (Gießen, 2015, 2016),
Isabel Röskau-Rydel (Krakau, 2009, 2010),
Harald Roth (Potsdam, 2015),
Angela Rustemeyer (Köln, 2011),
Monica Rüthers (Hamburg, 2012),
Kurt Scharr (Innsbruck, 2015),
Ralph Schattkowsky (Rostock, 2012),
Carmen Scheide (Basel, 2014),
Benjamin Schenk (München/Basel, 2010, 2012, 2013),
Michael Schippan (Wolfenbüttel/Berlin, 2012),
Jonathan Shepard (Oxford, 2010),
Matthias Stadelmann (Erlangen/Eichstätt, 2011, 2013, 2014),
Natali Stegmann (Regensburg, 2015, 2016),
Wim van Meurs (Nijmegen, 2011, 2013, 2014),
Gert von Pistohlkors (Göttingen, 2009),
Joachim von Putkamer (Jena, 2010, 2011, 2015),
Wolfram von Scheliha (Leipzig, 2015),
Andreas Wehrmeyer (Regensburg, 2011),
Martina Winkler (Münster/Bremen, 2011, 2014)

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