Reconstruction and Interaction of Slavic Eurasia and Its Neighboring Worlds
This issue of Slavic Eurasian Studies explores issues of identity formation and historical interpretation in Eurasia. It discusses, among others, regional identity in Eastern Europe, democratization in Russia's Bashkortostan republic, and regional integration in Central-Eastern Europe. It also touches upon identity and Russian imperialism in the Caucasus, the language policies of the Mongol peoples (1920-1940) and local conceptions of civil society in Uzbekistan.
© 2006 Slavic Research Center (SRC)
Alexei D Voskressenski, Nigel Swain, Ieda Osamu, Ildar Gabdrafikov, Henry E Hale, Constantin Iordachi, Zoltán Kántor, Steven D Roper, Paul Werth, Maeda Hirotake, Victor A Shnirelman, Arai Yukiyasu, Suda Masaru
Ieda Osamu, Uyama Tomohiko