New Books in Eastern European Studies

A podcast by New Books Network


901 Episodes

  1. Lisa A. Kirschenbaum, "Soviet Adventures in the Land of the Capitalists: Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip" (Cambridge UP, 2024)

    Published: 5/5/2024
  2. Prit Buttar, "Centuries Will Not Suffice: A History of the Lithuanian Holocaust" (Amberley, 2023)

    Published: 5/5/2024
  3. Illia Ponomarenko, "I Will Show You How It Was: The Story of Wartime Kyiv" (Bloomsbury, 2024)

    Published: 5/3/2024
  4. Jen Stout, "Night Train to Odesa: Covering the Human Cost of Russia's War" (Polygon, 2024)

    Published: 5/2/2024
  5. Artem Chapeye, "The Ukraine" (Seven Stories Press, 2024)

    Published: 4/24/2024
  6. Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky, "Empire of Refugees: North Caucasian Muslims and the Late Ottoman State" (Stanford UP, 2024)

    Published: 4/23/2024
  7. Bruce O'Neill, "Underground: Dreams and Degradations in Bucharest" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2024)

    Published: 4/17/2024
  8. Steven Ujifusa, "The Last Ships from Hamburg: Business, Rivalry, and the Race to Save Russia's Jews on the Eve of World War I" (HarperCollins, 2023)

    Published: 4/15/2024
  9. Jessica C. Robbins, "Aging Nationally in Contemporary Poland: Memory, Kinship, and Personhood" (Rutgers UP, 2020)

    Published: 4/14/2024
  10. Maria Snegovaya, "When Left Moves Right: The Decline of the Left and the Rise of the Populist Right in Postcommunist Europe" (Oxford UP, 2024)

    Published: 4/13/2024
  11. Traian Sandu, "Ceausescu: The Ambiguous Dictator" (Perrin, 2023)

    Published: 4/10/2024
  12. 40 years of Croatian Studies at Macquarie University

    Published: 4/7/2024
  13. Anthony Kaldellis, "The New Roman Empire: A History of Byzantium" (Oxford UP, 2024)

    Published: 4/7/2024
  14. Louis Howard Porter, "Reds in Blue: UNESCO, World Governance, and the Soviet Internationalist Imagination" (Oxford UP, 2023)

    Published: 4/4/2024
  15. Larissa Babij, "A Kind of Refugee: The Story of an American Who Refused to Leave Ukraine" (Ibidem Press, 2024)

    Published: 4/3/2024
  16. Why Should We Preserve Memory of the Holocaust?

    Published: 4/2/2024
  17. Alexej Lochmatow, "Public Knowledge in Cold War Poland: Scholarly Battles and the Clash of Virtues, 1945–1956" (Routledge, 2023)

    Published: 4/1/2024
  18. Alexandrina Vanke, "The Urban Life of Workers in Post-Soviet Russia: Engaging in Everyday Struggle" (Manchester UP, 2024)

    Published: 4/1/2024
  19. Aleksandar Bosković and Steven Teref, "Zenithism (1921-1927): A Yugoslav Avant-Garde Anthology" (Academic Studies Press, 2023)

    Published: 3/29/2024
  20. David E. Sutton, "Bigger Fish to Fry: A Theory of Cooking as Risk, with Greek Examples" (Berghahn, 2021)

    Published: 3/28/2024

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