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Australian Slavonic and East European Studies (Formerly Melbourne Slavonic Studies ) Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Slavists’ Association and of the Australian Association of Communist and Post-Communist Studies Volume 26, Nos. 1-2 2012
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ii Australian Slavonic and East European Studies Editor: Dr Robert Lagerberg, University of Melbourne Deputy Editor: Assoc. Prof. Stefan Auer, La Trobe University Editorial Board Assoc. Prof. Judith Armstrong, University of Melbourne Dr John McNair, University of Queensland Dr Lyndall Morgan, University of Queensland Prof. Marko Pavlyshyn, Monash University Dr Alexandra Smith, University of Edinburgh Dr Ludmila Stern, University of New South Wales Dr David N. Wells, Curtin University Assoc. Prof. Kevin Windle, Australian National University ASEES is a refereed journal which publishes scholarly articles, review articles and short reviews on all aspects of Slavonic and East European Studies, in particular, language, literature, history and political science, and also art and social science. Arti- cles should have a maximum length of 8,500 words and review articles 4,000; they should be submitted to the editor electronically, preferably in .doc and .pdf format. All articles submitted for consideration should conform to the style guidelines set out in the ASEES web page. ASEES replaces Melbourne Slavonic Studies , founded in 1967 by the late Nina Christesen, which ceased publication with Volume 19, 1985. Back issues of most volumes are available for A$20.00 per issue plus GST. Recent volumes of ASEES are available online at: Indexes to all volumes of MSS and ASEES are available at - follow the links to Publications, ASEES , and Indexes. A SEES is normally published in one combined issue per year: the current sub- scription price is A$35.
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iii ISSN-0818 8149 Published by the School of Languages and Linguistics, The University of Melbourne, Australia. Telephone: +61 3 8344 5187 E-mail: [email protected] Web: - slavonic-and-east-european-studies/ ASEES © The Publishers and each contributor, 2012 ASEES is currently accepting articles for Volume 27 (2013). An electronic copy (in Microsoft Word format) should be sent to the editor by 1 July 2013. Papers received after this time will not be considered for publication in Volume 27. ASEES Volume 27 (2013) will appear early in 2014.
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iv ANZSA Of fice bearers of the Australian and New Zealand Slavists’ Association are: President: Dr John McNair, University of Queensland Vice-Presidents: Assoc. Prof. Kevin Windle, Australian National University Assoc. Prof. Irene Zohrab, Victoria University of Wellington Secretary-Treasurer Dr David Wells, Curtin University AACPCS Of fi ce bearers of the Australian Association of Communist and Post-Communist Studies are: President: Assoc. Prof. Roderic Pitty, University of Western Australia Secretary/Treasurer: Dr Anna Taitslin, University of Canberra Executive members: Prof. Leslie Holmes, University of Melbourne
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