October 2019 NewsNet now available
The October 2019 NewsNet contains the following articles:
“The Far-Right Reads Solzhenitsyn” by Lynne Viola (University of Toronto);
“Chernobyl: The History of a Nuclear Disaster, An Interview with Serhii Plokhii” by Andrew Jack (Pushkin House); and
“The Hoover Library and Archives at 100: Worlds in a Tower” by Eric T. Wakin (Hoover Institution Library & Archives).
Additionally, we congratulate the winners of the 2019 Prizes and the recipients of the Diversity and Inclusion Grants. Finally, the NN contains a report on Slavic Digital Humanities Pre-Convention Workshop and Events, on the new Committee for the Advocacy of Diversity and Inclusion, and the ASEEES Convention Theme. We will mail print subscribers a copy of the NewsNet in the next week or so; however, you can access a digital version here.