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PUBL.- Anthropology of East Europe Review, Fall 2008

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PUBL.- Anthropology of East Europe Review, Fall 2008

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The Anthropology of East Europe Review is an edited journal of
scholarship on Eastern Europe, Russia, the Balkans, and Central Asia.
Founded in 1981 as a newsletter, the journal has become a key
institution for anthropologists and other specialists on the region.
Since the mid-1990s, AEER has developed a close relationship with
Soyuz, the Postsocialist Cultural Studies Network, and regularly
publishes papers from the Soyuz conference. It showcases fresh,
up-to-date research and helps to build a community of scholars who
focus on the region.

It is not too late to subscribe for the fall 2008 and spring 2009
issues of AEER. We are accepting payments until November 1, 2008 for
subscribers who wish to receive the current fall 2008 volume, a
Special Issue on Cultural Production and Transmission of Ethnic
Tolerance and Prejudice, guest edited by Hilary Pilkington and Anton

The Table of Contents for the fall 2008 issue is as follows:

Guest Editors' Introduction: Cultural Production and Transmission of
Ethnic Tolerance and Prejudice
Hilary Pilkington and Anton Popov, University of Warwick

Tolerance and Prejudice in Belgrade: Young People's Constructions of
Selves and Others
Jelena Obradovic, University of Birmingham

Multi-Ethnic Society in Georgia: A Pre-Condition for Xenophobia or an
Arena for Cultural Dialogue?
Marina Elbakidze, Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development

Both War and Peace in the 'Country of the Soul': The Young People of
Abkhazia on War, Tradition, and Independence
Guzel Sabirova, Ul'ianovsk State University

Xenophobic Attitudes and new Russian Patriotism: A Case Study of Youth
in Krasnodar Territory
Elena Omel'chenko and Natal'ia Goncharova, Ul'ianovsk State University

The Highs and Lows of Ethno-Cultural Diversity: Young People's
Experiences of Chalga Culture in Bulgaria
Apostol Apostolov, University of Birmingham

Youth, Media, and Subculture in Post-Conflict Societies
Benjamin Perasovic, Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences

Subscribing before November 1 will also entitle you to the spring 2009
Special Issue on Cultural Diversity in Cities in Eastern Europe, guest
edited by Cordula Gdaniec and Eszter Gantner.

You may submit payments for new and renewal subscriptions using our
online payment option (PayPal), available at, or by
mail. (PayPal is the preferred method of subscription.)
To subscribe by mail, please send checks made out to the Anthropology
of East Europe Review to the following address:

Anthropology of East Europe Review
c/o Sarah D. Phillips
Department of Anthropology
Indiana University
Student Building 130
701 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405

If you have previously subscribed to the journal, it may be time to
renew your subscription! Please address inquiries regarding the
status of current subscriptions to the editor at Please also notify us of any
changes in address as we prepare to mail the fall issue.

We would like to thank our current subscribers for their dedication to
AEER and welcome new members as we enter our 28th year!


Sarah D. Phillips, Indiana University
Editor of AEER

Abigail Rich, Indiana University
Editorial Assistant

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