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Tag Archives: Journal of Belarusian Studies
On Saturday 25 February the Second Annual Conference on Belarusian Studies will take place at the University College London. It is organised by the UCL School of Slavic and Eastern European Studies, the Ostrogorski Centre and the Belarusian Francis Skaryna Library and … Continue reading
On 9 June Belarusian state television reported the launch of the Journal of Belarusian Studies in London. It appears that even the Belarusian state TV channel, usually silent about such initiatives, appreciated the importance of the event – the oldest academic journal … Continue reading
The Journal of Belarusian Studies will relaunch in London on 21 May 2013. The Journal has been dormant for nearly 25 years and now the first issue has appeared after a long silence. Yaraslau Kryvoi, Arnold McMillin, Jim Dingley, Fr … Continue reading