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Seminarreihe des Arbeitsbereichs Ökonomie am IOS

Zeit: Dienstag, 13.30–15.00 Uhr
Ort: Leibniz-Institut für Ost-und Südosteuropaforschung (IOS), Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 109)
Programm Herbst / Winter 2018/2019

Forschungslabor: „Geschichte und Sozialanthropologie Südost‐ und Osteuropas“

Zeit: Donnerstag, 14–16 Uhr
Ort: Leibniz-Institut für Ost-und Südosteuropaforschung (IOS), Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 017)
Programm Wintersemester 2018/2019

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East European History - Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 

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

Our journal is opening the year 2018 with a fresh layout that is lighter, clearer and computer-friendlier. Our fist issue comes with five papers on "Nuclear Technopolitics in the Soviet Union and Beyond" under the guest-editorship of Julia Richers, Stefan Guth and Fabian Lüscher. Sonja D. Schmidt (Virginia Tech, USA) studies the development of the peaceful use of atomic energy in the Soviet Union. Laura Sembritzki (Heidelberg) shows the development of radiation protection which, in the Soviet Union, initially was in the shadow of technical optimism and later suffered from a shortage of financial resources and secrecy. The international exchange of experience in nuclear energy development is the subject of a paper by Fabian Lüscher (Bern). Two other papers of importance are devoted to regional aspects of Soviet atom energy politics. Stefan Guth (Tübingen) gives an overall view of the development of the "atom city" of Shevchenko, now Aqtau, in Kazachstan, which was characterized by isolation in geographic, ethnical and social respect, partly because of the heritage of the forced labor regime dominant in the beginning and difficult to be abolished completely. Quite a fascinating story tells Roman Khandozhko (Tübingen) of the "nuclear city" of Obninsk where the relative liberty of research given to the young physics there in the 1950s and early 1960s later that century gave rise to the dissident movement.

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Preview on issue 2/2018:
Jonathan Raspe: Nation wider Willen: Weißrussland in der Sowjetunion, 1921-1931 [Unwilling Nation. Belorussia in the Soviet Union, 1921-1931]
David Shearer: Stalin at War, 1918-1953: Patterns of Violence and Foreign Threat
Oksana Nagornaja, Olga Nikonova: Sowjetische Kulturdiplomatie in Osteuropa in der Nachkriegszeit: Ein Überblick über die neuesten Veröffentlichungen [Soviet Cultural Diplomacy in Eastern Europe during the Post-War Period. An Overview of the Most Recent Publications]
Oleg Beyda: "Re-Fighting the Civil War": Second Lieutenant Mikhail Aleksandrovich Gubanov

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Published on behalf of the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies by Martin Schulze Wessel (Munich) and Dietmar Neutatz (Freiburg im Breisgau)

in cooperation with: Jörg Baberowski (Berlin), Nada Boškovska (Zürich), Gregory L. Freeze (Waltham/USA), Frank Golczewski (Hamburg), Manfred Hildermeier (Göttingen), Andreas Kappeler (Wien), Susan Morrissey (London), Gertrud Pickhan (Berlin), Stefan Plaggenborg (Bochum), Christoph Schmidt (Köln), Ludwig Steindorff (Kiel), Elena Zubkova (Moskau)

Involved as reviewers:

Eva-Maria Auch (Berlin, 2011),

Christoph Augustynowicz (Wien, 2009, 2016)

Martin Aust (München, 2010, 1011, 2012, 2014),

Matthias Beer (Tübingen, 2014),

Harald Binder (Lemberg, 2010),

Kathrin Boeckh (Regensburg, 2013, 2014),

Thomas Bohn (Gießen, 2014, 2016),

Kirsten Bönker (Bielefeld, 2017)

Hans-Jürgen Bömelburg (Gießen, 2009),

Detlev Brandes (Berlin, 2011, 2014),

Alfons Brüning (Nijmegen, 2015, 2016),

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, 2017),

Marc Elie (Paris, 2016)

Aleksandr Filjuškin (St. Petersburg, 2012),

Moshe Gammer (Tel Aviv, 2011),

Zaur Gasimov (Mainz/Istanbul, 2012, 2013, 2015),

Paul-Georg Geiß (Wien, 2011),

Klaus Gestwa (Tübingen, 2011, 2012, 2017),

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),

Robert E. Jones (Amherst, Mass., 2017)

Michael Kemper (Amsterdam, 2013),

Markus Koller (Bochum, 2016),

Walter Koschmal (Regensburg, 2016, 2917),

Günther Kronenbitter (Augsburg, 2011, 2012),

Katharina Kucher (Tübingen, 2015, 2017),

Hiroaki Kuromiya (Dover/USA, 2015, 2016)

Jan Kusber (Mainz, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013),

Maike Lehmann (Köln, 2015),

Sonja Lührmann (Burnaby BC, 2015),

Ingrid Maier (Uppsala, 2017)

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),

Wolfgang Mueller (Wien, 2016, 2017)

Eduard Mühle (Münster, 2014),

Matthias Niendorf (Greifswald, 2014),

Julia Obertreis (Erlangen, 2014, 2017),

Tanja Penter (Hamburg, 2013),

Alexander Pereswetoff-Morath (Stockholm, 2015, 2016),

Bianca Pietrow-Ennker (Konstanz, 2011),

Pärtel Piirimäe Tartu, 2015, 2016),

Dieter Pohl (Klagenfurt, 2012, 2013),

Ada Raev (Bamberg, 2014),

Oliver Reisner (Tbilisi, 2012),

Andreas Renner (Köln/Tübingen, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017),

Kimmo Rentola (Turku, 2011),

Stefan Rohdewald (Gießen, 2015, 2016, 2017),

Isabel Röskau-Rydel (Krakau, 2009, 2010),

Harald Roth (Potsdam, 2015),

Angela Rustemeyer (Köln, 2011),

Monica Rüthers (Hamburg, 2012),

James Ryan (Cardiff, 2016)

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, 2016),

Walter Sperling (München, 2017)

Matthias Stadelmann (Erlangen/Eichstätt, 2011, 2013, 2014),

Natali Stegmann (Regensburg, 2015, 2016),

Svetlana Suveica (Regensburg, 2016)

Manfred Thaller (Köln, 2016)

Wim van Meurs (Nijmegen, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017),

Gert von Pistohlkors (Göttingen, 2009),

Joachim von Putkamer (Jena, 2011, 2015),

Wolfram von Scheliha (Leipzig, 2015),

Andreas Wehrmeyer (Regensburg, 2011),

Anna Veronika Wendland (Marburg, 2017)

Stefan Wiederkehr (Zürich, 2016)

Martina Winkler (Münster/Bremen, 2011, 2014)

Christoph Witzenrath (Greifswald, 2016)


We welcome your manuscripts. We would prefer you to send them as e-mail attachments to the Editorial Office:  Dr. Melanie Arndt (jahrbuecher(at)ios-regensburg.de).
Mailing address: Redaktion der Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung, Landshuter Straße 4, D-93047 Regensburg.

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