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CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS- Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society

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CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS- Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society

Posted by: Andreas Umland <>

Trilingual book series based in Germany focusing on, among other
subjects, Russian nationalism:

"Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society" (SPPS) ISSN 1614-3515

Founded in 2004 and refereed since 2007, SPPS makes available
affordable English-, German- and Russian-language studies on the
history of the countries of the former Soviet bloc from the late
Tsarist period to today. It publishes approximately 20 volumes per
year, and focuses on issues in transitions to and from democracy such
as economic crisis, identity formation, civil society development, and
constitutional reform in CEE and the NIS. SPPS also aims to highlight
so far understudied themes in East European studies such as rightwing
radicalism, religious life, higher education, or human rights
protection. For a full description of the series and reviews of its
books, see

Note for authors (as of 2007): After successful review, fully
formatted and carefully edited electronic master copies of up to 250
pages will be published as b/w A5 paperbacks and marketed in Germany
(e.g.,, English-language books
will, in addition, be marketed internationally (e.g. For longer books, formatting/editorial
assistance, different binding, oversize maps, coloured illustrations
and other special arrangements, authors' fees between €100 and €1500
apply. Publication of German doctoral dissertations follows a separate
procedure. Authors are asked to provide a high-quality electronic
picture on the object of their study for the book's frontcover.
Younger authors may add a foreword from an established scholar.
Monograph authors and collected volume editors receive two free as
well as further copies for a reduced authors' price, and will be asked
to contribute to marketing their book as well as finding reviewers and
review journals for them. These conditions are subject to yearly
review, and to be modified, in the future. Further details at

Editorial correspondence & manuscripts should, until 2008, be sent to:
Dr. Andreas Umland, DAAD, German Embassy, vul. Bohdana Khmelnitskoho
25, UA-01901 Kiev, Ukraine;

Business correspondence & review copy requests should be sent to:
ibidem-Verlag, Julius-Leber-Weg 11, D-30457 Hannover, Germany; tel.:
+49(0)511-2622200; fax: +49(0)511-2622

Book orders & payments should be made via the publisher's electronic
book shop at:

General Editor:
Andreas Umland, Shevchenko University of Kyiv

Editorial Assistant:
Olena Sivuda, Dragomanov Pedagogical University of Kyiv

Editorial Committee*

Domestic & Comparative Politics

Prof. Ellen Bos, Andrássy University of Budapest
Dr. Ingmar Bredies, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Dr. Andrey Kazantsev, MGIMO (U) MID RF, Moscow
Dr. Heiko Pleines, University of Bremen
Prof. Richard Sakwa, University of Kent at Canterbury
Dr. Sarah Whitmore, Oxford Brookes University
Dr. Harald Wydra, University of Cambridge

Society, Class & Ethnicity

Col. David Glantz, "Journal of Slavic Military Studies"
Dr. Rashid Kaplanov, Russian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Marlène Laruelle, EHESS, Paris
Dr. Stephen Shulman, Southern Illinois University
Prof. Stefan Troebst, University of Leipzig

Political Economy & Public Policy

Prof. em. Marshall Goldman, Wellesley College, Mass.
Dr. Andreas Goldthau, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
Dr. Robert Kravchuk, University of North Carolina
Dr. David Lane, University of Cambridge
Dr. Carol Leonard, University of Oxford
Dr. Maria Popova, McGill University, Montreal

Foreign Policy & International Affairs

Dr. Peter Duncan, University College London
Dr. Taras Kuzio, George Washington University, DC
Prof. Gerhard Mangott, University of Innsbruck
Dr. Diana Schmidt, University of Bremen
Dr. Lisbeth Tarlow, Harvard University, Cambridge
Dr. Christian Wipperfürth, N-Ost Network, Berlin
Dr. William Zimmerman, University of Michigan

History, Culture & Thought

Dr. Catherine Andreyev, University of Oxford
Prof. Mark Bassin, University of Birmingham
Dr. Alexander Etkind, University of Cambridge
Dr. Gasan Gusejnov, University of Bremen
Prof. em. Walter Laqueur, Georgetown University
Prof. Leonid Luks, Catholic University of Eichstaett
Dr. Olga Malinova, Russian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Andrei Rogatchevski, University of Glasgow
Dr. Mark Tauger, West Virginia University
Dr. Stefan Wiederkehr, DHI, Warsaw

Advisory Board*

Prof. Dominique Arel, University of Ottawa
Prof. Jörg Baberowski, Humboldt University of Berlin
Prof. Margarita Balmaceda, Seton Hall University
Dr. John Barber, University of Cambridge
Prof. Timm Beichelt, European University Viadrina
Prof. Archie Brown, University of Oxford
Dr. Vyacheslav Bryukhovetsky, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Prof. Timothy Colton, Harvard University, Cambridge
Prof. Paul D'Anieri, University of Kansas, Lawrence
Dr. Heike Dörrenbächer, DGO, Berlin
Dr. John Dunlop, Hoover Institution, Stanford, California
Dr. Sabine Fischer, EU Institute for Security Studies
Dr. Geir Flikke, NUPI, Oslo
Prof. Alexander Galkin, Russian Academy of Sciences
Prof. Frank Golczewski, University of Hamburg
Dr. Nikolas Gvosdev, "The National Interest," DC
Prof. Mark von Hagen, Arizona State University
Dr. Guido Hausmann, Trinity College Dublin
Prof. Dale Herspring, Kansas State University
Dr. Stefani Hoffman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Prof. Mikhail Ilyin, MGIMO (U) MID RF, Moscow
Prof. Vladimir Kantor, Higher School of Economics
Dr. Ivan Katchanovski, University of Toronto
Prof. em. Andrzej Korbonski, University of California
Dr. Iris Kempe, Center for Applied Policy Research
Prof. Herbert Küpper, Institut für Ostrecht München
Dr. Rainer Lindner, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
Dr. Vladimir Malakhov, Russian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Luke March, University of Edinburgh
Dr. Michael McFaul, Stanford University, California
Prof. Birgit Menzel, University of Mainz-Germersheim
Prof. Valery Mikhailenko, The Urals State University
Prof. Emil Pain, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Dr. Oleg Podvintsev, Russian Academy of Sciences
Prof. Olga Popova, St. Petersburg State University
Dr. Alex Pravda, University of Oxford
Dr. Erik van Ree, University of Amsterdam
Dr. Joachim Rogall, Robert Bosch Foundation, Stuttgart
Prof. Peter Rutland, Wesleyan University, Middletown
Dr. Sergei Ryabov, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Prof. Marat Salikov, The Urals State Law Academy
Dr. Gwendolyn Sasse, University of Oxford
Prof. Jutta Scherrer, EHESS, Paris
Prof. Robert Service, University of Oxford
Mr. James Sherr, Defence Academy of the UK, Swindon
Dr. Oxana Shevel, Tufts University, Medford
Prof. Eberhard Schneider, University of Siegen
Prof. Olexander Shnyrkov, Shevchenko University, Kyiv
Prof. Hans-Henning Schröder, University of Bremen
Prof. Viktor Shnirelman, Russian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Lisa Sundstrom, University of British Columbia
Dr. Philip Walters, "Religion, State and Society," Leeds
Prof. Zenon Wasyliw, Ithaca College, New York State
Dr. Lucan Way, University of Toronto
Dr. Markus Wehner, "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung"
Dr. Andrew Wilson, University College London
Prof. Jan Zielonka, University of Oxford
Prof. Andrei Zorin, University of Oxford

* While the Editorial Committee and Advisory Board support the General
Editor in the choice and improvement of manuscripts for publication,
responsibility for remaining errors and misinterpretations in the
series' volumes lies with the books' authors.

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