Spring Issue of Slavic Review Now Available

Publishing Date: 
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The Spring 2018 issue of Slavic Review is now available online.  

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Slavic Review ▪ Volume 77 Number 1 


Introduction to “Constructing Soviet and Post-Soviet Sexualities”
Richard C. M. Mole

Between the Labor Camp and the Clinic: Tema or the Shared Forms of Late Soviet Homosexual Subjectivities
Arthur Clech

Soviet Legal and Criminological Debates on the Decriminalization of Homosexuality (1965–75)
Rustam Alexander

“That’s Not the Only Reason We Love Him”: Tchaikovskii Reception in Post-Soviet Russia
Philip Ross Bullock

Identity, Belonging and Solidarity among Russian-speaking Queer Migrants in Berlin
Richard C. M. Mole


The Maiden and the Wolf: Law, Gender, and Sexual Violence in Imperial Russia
Katherine Pickering Antonova and Sergei Antonov

The Making of an Artist as National Hero: The Great Karl Briullov and His Critical Fortunes
Katia Dianina

Against the Double Erasure: Georgi Markov's Contribution to the Communist Hypothesis
Nikolay Karkov

Split Memory: The Geography of Holocaust Memory and Amnesia in Belarus
Anika Walke