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This version of the programme includes all changes that occurred before 29July, 18.00.
It will be continuously be updated each morning throughout the congress, at this website as well on the notice board at
Norra Latin.

CONFERENCE VENUE
Stockholm City Conference Centre has conference roooms and lecture halls located in two neighbouring buildings: Folkets
Hus, Barnhusgatan 12-14 and Norra Latin, Drottninggatan 71 B. Registration and Opening Ceremony on Monday 26 July and
Closing Ceremony on Saturday 31 July will take place at Folkets Hus. All other sessions take place at Norra Latin. Mayor’s
Reception on Wednesday 28 July will take place at Stockholm City Hall within walking distance from the Conference Venue.

REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION DESK:
Location
Monday, July 26: Folkets Hus
Tuesday, July 27-Saturday, July 31: Norra Latin
Telephone: +46 8 506 16 751 (within Sweden: 08-506 16 751)

Opening hours
Monday, July 26                 13.00-18.00
Tuesday, July 27                08.00-18.00
Wednesday, July 28              08.00-18.00
Thursday, July 29               08.00-18.00
Friday, July 30                 08.00-18.00
Saturday, July 31               08.00-13.30

Name badges will be provided at the registration desk. All delegates are required to wear the badge throughout the
congress. Only badge holders will be admitted to the sessions. The registration desk will also handle inquires related to hotel
accommodation. Compensation of travel grants will take place at the registration desk on July 27-30 between 10.00-15.30
and Saturday between 10.00-13.30.


AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT
Speakers´ Ready Room (Room 360 at Norra Latin)
The lecture halls will be equipped with PC with PowerPoint. Presenters are kindly requested to hand in their presentation on
a usb stick, to the technicians in the Speaker´s Ready Room, room 360 at Norra Latin, at least 3 hours prior your session
starts. If your lecture is in the morning please leave your presentation the day prior your lecture. If you bring your own
laptop, please be sure to visit the technicians before your lecture in order to ensure the right equipment is in place.

Please note that the Speaker’s Ready Room will be open also on Monday afternoon for presenters in the panels I.01-I.23
that take place on Tuesday morning.

Opening hours:
Monday, July 26                 13.00-18.00
Tuesday, July 27                08.00-17.00
Wednesday, July 28              08.00-17.00
Thursday, July 29               08.00-17.00
Friday, July 30                 08.00-17.00
Saturday, July 31               08.00-11.00

INTERNET
There are Internet stations as well as free wireless Internet available at the Congress Venue.

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TUESDAY, JULY 27                                                        08:30-10:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: I.01 CONTEMPORARY DYNAMICS OF IDENTITIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE (SOCIOLOGICAL, LINGUISTIC AND HISTORICAL ASPECTS)
A 1: INTERPLAY OF EUROPEAN, NATIONAL AND REGIONAL IDENTITIES, SESSION 1
                                                                                                                     Room 459
CHAIR: Heinrich, Hans-Georg (University of Vienna ICEUR), Austria) DISCUSSANT: Molden, Berthold (University of Vienna,
Austria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Chvorostov, Alexander (Institute f.Advanced Studies (IHS-Vienna), Austria)
Interplay of European, National and Regional Identities: States along the New Eastern European Borders of the European
Union
Tumanov, Sergey (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Identity in Crisis Society
Smolentseva, Anna (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Making an Identity in Post-Soviet Russia: Towards West or East?
Cebotari, Victor (Maastricht University, Netherlands)
The Conflicting Demands of Ethnic Diversity: An Analysis of Protesting Minorities in Eastern Europe


PANEL: I.02 MEMORY POLITICS AND THE USE OF HISTORY I
                                                                                                                    Room 355
CHAIR: Anu-Mai Köll (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Burkhart, Dagmar (University of Mannheim, Germany)
Asian and European infernos in literature: Concepts of the skin in Varlam Shalamov’s “Kolyma Tales” and Imre Kertész’ novel
“Fateless”
Yurchuk, Yuliya (Baltic and East European Graduate School, Sweden)
Representing the past: constructing 'new' memories in Ukraine after 1991
Sinani, Gjergj (University of Tirana, Albania)
Perceptions of the past and mythological production
NEW: Fröhlig, Florence (Södertörn Högskola, Sweden)
Transcending European Heritage. The Soviet prison camp of Tambov: Social production of memory and memorial acting
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PANEL: I.03 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN PERIPHERY
                                                                                                                    Room 255
CHAIR: Arslan, Ozan (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Norimatsu, Kyohei (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Religious Conversion in the Caucasian Tales by Russian Writers
Aoshima, Yoko (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Surveying the Periphery: Educational Policy toward the Caucasus Educational District in the Second Half of the Nineteenth
Century
Ibragimova, Zarema (Grozny Interdisciplinary Scientific Rese, Russian Federation)
Migration of Europeans to Russian empire and to Caucasus in XIX century (Russian)
Mukhamedov, Rashit (Ulyanovsk State University, Russian Federation)
The Tatars of Simbirsk province: the contacts with the European and Russian cultures (XVII - beginning of XX century)
(Russian)


PANEL: I.04 ADVISING AGENCY: GENDER, POWER AND SUBJECTIVITY IN POSTSOCIALIST SOCIETY
                                                                                                                Room 361
CHAIR: Kay, Rebecca (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Rivkin-Fish, Michele (University of Pennsylvania
at Chapel Hill, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Turbine, Vikki (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Women, welfare and legal claims: exploring forms of agency in provincial Russia
Salmenniemi, Suvi (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Anatomy of the Russian soul: self, class and gender in self-help technologies
Kirkham, Jackie (University of Glasogw, United Kingdom)
Young people, sexual health and agency: experiences of peer education in the Republic of Moldova


CANCELLED: PANEL: I.05 CONSEQUENCES OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN CENTRAL ASIA AND THE BALKANS
                                                                                                                    Room 454
CHAIR: Henoch, Bengt (Jönköping University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL III.19: Paper I.05.1, Havolli, Sokol (Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo; Republic Of Kosovo)
The Determinants of Remittances to Kosovo: Recent Evidence
CANCELLED: Sejdini, Abdulmenaf (South East European UNiversity, Makedonia)
Mughal, Abdul Ghaffar (United States)
Migration, Remittances and Poverty in the Balkans
CANCELLED: Memaj, Fatmir (Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana, Albania)
Esmeralda, Shehaj (Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana, Albania)
The impact of international migration and remittances on poverty reduction in Albania




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PANEL: I.06 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INEQUALITY IN RUSSIA
                                                                                                             Room 453
CHAIR: Chang, Duck Joon (Kookmin UniversityRepublic of Korea) DISCUSSANT: Kumo, Kazuhiro (Hitotsubashi University,
Japan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Takeda, Yuka (Waseda University, Japan)
Russian Economic Growth and its Effect on Poverty Reduction
Kim, Seongjin (Duksung Women's University, Republic of Korea)
Spatial Patterns of Economic Development and Inequalities in Russia
Lee, Sang Joon (Kookmin University, Republic of Korea)
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development in Russia


PANEL: I.07 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT INTO AND OUT OF RUSSIA IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
                                                                                                              Room: 357
CHAIR: Cooper, Julian (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Nuti, Mario (University of Rome La Sapienza,
Italy)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Hanson, Philip (Chatham House, United Kingdom)
FDI AND RUSSIAN ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS
Vahtra, Peeter (Pan-European Institute, Turku School of Economics, Finland)
The new era of Russia’s OFDI?
CANCELLED: Liuhto, Kari (University of Turku, Finland)
Political risks for foreign firms in Russia


PANEL: I.08 LIVES WITHOUT LENIN? THE TRANSFORMATION OF IDENTITIES IN THE LATER SOVIET UNION
                                                                                                                Room 353
CHAIR: Lyandres, Semion (University of Notre Dame, United States) DISCUSSANT: Wulff, Dietmar (Bielefeld University,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Westrate, Michael (University of Notre Dame, United States)
A Flea on the Bear: Valery Abramkin and Dissent under the Late Soviet Regime
Rogacheva, Maria (University of Notre Dame, United States)
Assault from Within: Aleksander Yakovlev and the End of the Communist Utopia
Fuerst, Juliane (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)
Hooligan, Writer, Hijacker: The Many Lives of Eduard Kuznetsov


PANEL: I.09 MEDIA AND CONFLICT IN POSTCOMMUNIST COUNTRIES
                                                                                                                       Room 461
CHAIRS: Spörer-Wagner, Doreen (University of Zurich, Switzerland); Hribal, Lucie (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
DISCUSSANT: Hribal, Lucie (University of Zurich, Switzerland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Spörer-Wagner, Doreen (NCCR Democracy, University of Zurich, Switzerland)
Hribal, Lucie (Switzerland)
Media as Push or Pull Factor in Post-Conflict Democratization?
Iskandaryan, Nina (Caucasus Institute, Armenia)
Gulkhandanyan, Evelina (Caucasus Institute, Armenia)
Supply vs Demand in Armenian Media Development
Dzihana, Amer (Faculty of Political Sciences Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina)
Power Sharing Arrangements and Public Service Broadcasting: Failure of PSB System in Bosnia and Herzegovina


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PANEL: I.10 PATRIOTISM, SUPERSTITION, AND REMEMBRANCE: ASPECTS OF THE CULTURAL HISTORY OF RUSSIA DURING WORLD WAR I
                                                                                                                         Room 356
CHAIR and DISCUSSANT: Frame, Murray (University of Dundee, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mannherz, Julia (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Conspiracies, the Antichrist and Immortality: The Occult and World War I
Petrone, Karen (University of Kentucky, United States)
The Contours of Soviet World War I Remembrance
Stockdale, Melissa K. (University of Oklahoma, United States)
For Faith, Tsar, and Fatherland: The Russian Orthodox Church in World War I


PANEL: I.12 THE CHILL PEACE: WESTERN ENGAGEMENT WITH RUSSIA AFTER THE ‘GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR’
                                                                                            Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Petersson, Bo (Lund University/Malmö University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Markedonov, Sergei (Institute for Political
and Military Analysis, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Stepanova, Ekaterina (SIPRI, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Dunlop, John (Stanford University, United States)
Three Russian Liberal Commentators seek to determine which side--Russia or Georgia--initiated the August 2008 war
Sakwa, Richard (University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom)
”The Cold Peace”: Making Sense of Russia’s Relationship with the West
Russell, John (University of Bradford, UK, United Kingdom)
Whose “Near Abroad”? Dilemmas in Russia’s declared sphere of privileged interests.


PANEL: I.15 BETWEEN RECONCILIATION AND THE REACTIVATION OF PAST CONFLICTS IN EUROPE: RETHINKING SOCIAL MEMORY PARADIGMS.
PANEL 1: ACTORS AND SITES OF MEMORY - INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS
                                                                                                                    Room 352
NEW CHAIR: Shapoval, Yurii (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine) (CANCELLED: Dobry, Michel, Paris 1
Sorbonne University, France) CANCELLED: DISCUSSANT: Hnatiuk, Ola (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Rozenberg, Danielle (Institut Sciences sociales du Politique, France)
On the Mass Graves: A Spain/Ukraine Comparison (French)
Jouhanneau, Cecile (Institute for Political Science, France)
What do "memory actors" do to memory? Camp inmates associations of the 1992-1995 Bosnian war as would-be "guardians
of memory".
Vasilyev, Alexey (Russian Institute for cultural research, Russian Federation)
Poland as “imagined country” in the Polish Humanities and Social Sciences of the period of the Partitions (1795-1918)
(German)
NEW: Matonyte, Irmina (Institute for Social Research, Lithuania)
Memory games in Lithuania: the Elites and their Memory Referents (Paper VI.06.1)
NEW: Kasperski, Tatiana (European Humanities University (Vilnius), Belarus)
The Chernobyl Nuclear Accident and the Identity Strategies in Ukraine and Belarus (Paper IX.11.5)
CANCELLED : Szurek, Jean-Charles (Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre, France)
Antifascism – about the functioning of a political, scientifical and historical discourse over half a century (French)




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PANEL: I.16 CIVIL SOCITEY I: CENTRAL ASIA
                                                                                                                       Room 462
CHAIR: CHAIR: Hinnemo, Torgny (Journalist and author, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Stolyarova, Guzel (Kazan State University, Russian Federation)
THE LEVELS OF CIVIL IDENTITY OF POPULATION OF MODERN TATARSTAN
GOSSET, Nicolas (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
“The Art of Making Do With”: Between Voluntary Subjection and Alternative Norms of Everyday Practice, How Does
Foucault’s “Problem of Subjectivity” Travel to Post-Soviet Uzbekistan?
NEW: Satybaldieva, Elmira (University of Kent, United Kingdom)
Theorising State – Society Relations in Central Asia: The Case of Ayil Okmotus and Aksakals in Kyrgyzstan (Paper VIII.11.3)
CANCELLED: Levinskaya, Victoria (Westminster International University i, Uzbekistan)
Civil society development in Uzbekistan (French)


PANEL: I.17 FROM MODERNIST ANXIETIES TO POSTDRAMATIC AGE: RUSSIAN NOTIONS OF PERFORMANCE
                                                                                                                 Room 253
CHAIR: Ueland, Carol (Drew University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Kustanovich, Konstantin (Vanderbilt University, United
States) (CANCELLED DISCUSSANT: Azhgikhina, Nadezhda, Moscow State University, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Smith, Alexandra (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Reading Pushkin and Briusov through a Postmodern Lens: Fomenko's play "Egyptian Nights"
Partan, Olga (College of the Holy Cross, United States)
Evgenii Vakhtagov’s Legacy: Modernist Aesthetics on the Soviet Stage


PANEL: I.18 POSTCOLONIAL TIME AND SPACE IN UKRAINIAN LITERATURE
                                                                                                                Room 254
CHAIR: Riabchuk, Mykola (Ukrainian Center for Cultural Studies, Ukraine) DISCUSSANT: Chernetsky, Vitaly (Miami University,
United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Rewakowicz, Maria (University of Washington, United States)
Language as Protagonist in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature
Matusiak, Agnieshka (University of Wroclaw, Poland)
Liquid post-colonial reality as the source of suffering in the prose of Ukrainian postmodernists (Russian)
Hryn, Halyna (Harvard University, United States)
The Renaissance Modality and the Re-articulation of Modern Ukrainian Cultural Identity
Hundorova, Tamara (Institute of Literature of NASU, Ukraine)
Fathers and Sons: the Generation Consciousness as a Post-Colonial Phenomenon in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature

CANCELLED: PANEL: I.20 WHY NOT RIGHTS REVOLUTIONS? CONTEXTUALIZING THE LEGAL CONDUCT IN POSTSOVIET STATES
                                                                                                                Room 351
CHAIR: Solomon, Peter H. (University of Toronto, Canada) DISCUSSANT: Engvall, Johan (University of Uppsala, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Trochev, Alexei (Indiana University, United States)
Why Did “Colored” Revolutions not lead to Rights Revolutions?
Wilson, Sophia (University of Washington, United States)
The Effect of Local Cultural & Historical Contexts on Legal Conduct in
Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, and Ukraine
Fogelklou, Anders (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Kyrgyzstan: A failed rights revolution? The failure of presidentialism?

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PANEL: I.21 VARIOUS ASPECTS OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY I
                                                                                                             Room 252
CHAIR: Bodin, Per-Arne (Stockholm University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Poltavtseva, Natalia (Russian University for Humanities, Russian Federation)
Ural as the Eurasian Cultural Space at Olga Slavnikova's Novel "2017" (Russian)
Landa, Tatyana (Tel-Aviv University, Israel)
The art geography of V. Nabokov drama (Russian)
NEW: Cooke, Brett (Texas A&M University, United States)
Reading Minds: Cognitive Perspectives on Anna Karenina (Paper II.03.3)
NEW: Oittinen, Vesa (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Potr Chaadayev's Ambivalencies -- The Key to Understand Russianness (Paper II.03.1)
CANCELLED: Tabachnikova, Olga (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)
Alexander Pushkin’s Place in Lev Shestovs Philosophy of Tragedy


PANEL: I.22 BEFORE THE ‘HOMO SOVIETICUS’: COLLECTIVISM AND INDIVIDUALITY IN EARLY SOVIET RUSSIA
                                                                                                            Room 359
CHAIR: Badcock, Sarah (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Dahlke, Sandra (Helmut Schmidt University,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Grant, Susan (University College Dublin, Ireland)
The Fizkul’tura Generation: Modernising Lifestyles in 1920s Soviet Russia
Willimott, Andrew (University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)
Communism in one Apartment: The Kommunal Impulse of Early Soviet Russia
Neumann, Matthias (University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)
The Communist Youth League and the Construction of Soviet obshchestvennost'


PANEL: I.23 RUSSIA AND THE CIS: THE ROLE OF RESOURCE DIPLOMACY
                                                                                                               Room 451
CHAIR: Shearman, Peter (Webster Wniversity, Thailand) DISCUSSANT: Kanet, Roger E. (University of Miami, United States)
DISCUSSANT: Herd, Graeme (Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Sussex, Matthew (University of Tasmania, Australia)
Security or Sisyphus? Strategic implications of Russian resource diplomacy
Nygren, Bertil (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Medvedev and the CIS countries: new or old power instruments?
Freire, Maria Raquel (University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Russia's Energy Policies in Eurasia: Empowerment or Entrapment?




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TUESDAY, JULY 27                                                  10:30-12:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: II.01 NATIONALISM AND NATIONAL IDENTITY I
                                                                                                                   Room 459
CHAIR: Petsinis, Vassilis (Södertörns Högskola, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Gilley, Christopher (Regensburg, Germany)
The Ukrainian Smena Vekh Movement
Kisla, Anna (Institute of Sociology, Ukraine)
Ukraine: the end of history? What future does wait for Ukraine?
Miyazaki, Haruka (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Competition between Modern Nationalisms in Galicia - Comparative Study of Polish and Ukrainian Nationalisms
Landry, Tristan (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada)
The Highs and Lows of Nationbuilding in Postsoviet Russian Federation: The Case of ‘The Mountain of Gems’ Animations
Series


CANCELLED: PANEL: II.03 VARIOUS ASPECTS OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY II
                                                                                                                   Room 252
CHAIR: Ljunggren, Anna (University of Stockholm, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL I.21: Paper II.03.3, Cooke, Brett (Texas A&M University, United States)
Reading Minds: Cognitive Perspectives on Anna Karenina (Paper II.03.3)
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL I.21: Paper II.03.1, Oittinen, Vesa (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Potr Chaadayev's Ambivalencies -- The Key to Understand Russianness (Paper II.03.1)
CANCELLED: Galatsky, Natalia (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Two dystopias, two realized predictions: Saltykov-Shchedrin’s History of a Town and Platonov’s the City of Gradov (Russian)


PANEL: II.06 CENTRAL ASIA-RUSSIA: MIGRATION TRAJECTORIES AND SOCIAL CHANGE - A MICRO APPROACH
                                                                                                            Room 461
CHAIR: de Tapia, Stéphane (CNRS, France) NEW DISCUSSANT: Fumagalli, Matteo (Central European University, Hungary)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Abashin, S, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
Anthropology of Central Asian migrations: Some new questions
Le Huerou, Anne (Université le Havre, CERCEC, France)
Changing labour migrations patterns in a Russian Province: workforce management between liberal and post-colonial
practices
NEW: Thorez, Julien (CNRS, France)
Central Asian migrations between post-colonial and global dynamics: a view from Uzbekistan (Russian)(Paper VI.08.3)
CANCELLED: Reeves, Madeleine (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
Unbecoming citizens? Negotiating “law” in a Moscow migrant community
CANCELLED : Lembrez, Mathieu (ANR SUDSOV, IRD, France)
Disruptive and distressing migrations in Tashkent aeronautic builders’ district (French)




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PANEL: II.07 EURASIA: BUSINESS COMMUNICATION UNDER TRANSFORMATION
                                                                                                                  Room 352
CHAIR: Krause, Marion (University Frankfurt/Main, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Rathmayr, Renate (WU Wien, Austria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Sherman, Tamah (Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic)
Language and Communication in Multinationals in Central Europe
Nekvapil, Jiri. (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Language and Communication in Multinationals in Central Europe
Shaimerdenova, Nursulu (Kazakh Muliprofile Institute "Parasat", Kazakhstan)
Rakhimzhanova, Aigerim (Kazakh Muliprofile Institute "Parasat", Kazakhstan)
Kazakh, Russian and English languages in the business sphere in Kazakhstan (Russian)
Milekhina, Tatyana (Saratov State University, Russian Federation)
Transformation in the business speech of Russian entrepreneurs and managers (Russian)


PANEL: II.08 GENDER AND GENERATIONAL RELATIONS IN RURAL TRANSITION UNDER POST-SOCIALISM (CASES FROM THE BALTIC STATES, RUSSIA
AND HUNGARY) I
                                                                                                                    Room 361
CHAIR: Csurgó, Bernadett (Institute for Political Sciences of HAS, Hungary) DISCUSSANT: Möller, Cecilia (Kalmar University,
Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Grubbström, Ann (Uppsala university, Sweden)
Sooväli, Helen (Tallinn University, Estonia)
Women landowners in Estonia Relations to land and generational change 1920-2009
Asztalos Morell, Ildikó (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Gender and generational transfer in Hungarian, post-socialist rural enterprises
Shmulyar Gréen, Oksana (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
New entrepreneurship in Russia in gender terms


PANEL: II.09 IDENTITIES: MEMORIES, LANGUAGE, AND THE CONSTRUCTED UNDERSTANDING OF ETHNICITY
                                                                                                                   Room 359
CHAIR: Kaplan, Cynthia S. (University of California Santa Barbara, United States) DISCUSSANT: Karklina, Rasma (University of
Illinois at Chicago, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kaplan, Cynthia (University of California, Santa Barbara, United States)
Constructed Identities based on In-Depth Interviews & Focus Groups: Estonians, Russians, Tatars, and Kazakhs.
Vihalemm, Triin (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Integrated Russians in Estonia – elite or marginal group?
Bennich-Björkman, Li (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Deliberation of National Identities under Authoritarianism: Estonia, Lithuania, Moldova in Perspective




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PANEL: II.11 POLITICAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN POST-COMMUNIST KYRGYZSTAN (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                   Room 453
PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Doolotkeldieva, Asel (Sciences Po Paris, France)
Electoral reforms and transformations of the political regime in post-soviet Kyrgyzstan
Ruiz Ramas, Rubén (UNED, Spain)
Historic Institutionalism and Political Instability in Kyrgyzstan
NEW: Laruelle, Marlene (Central Asia and Caucasus Institute, United States)
NEW: Ortmann, Stefanie (University of Sussex, United Kingdom)
NEW: Heathershaw, John (University of Exeter, United Kingdom)
CANCELLED: Tiulegenov, Medet (American University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan)
Framing movements: cycles of contention in post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan
CANCELLED: Nogoibaeva, Elmira (Center ”Polis Asia”, Kyrgyzstan)
Formation of political elite in Kyrgyzstan (Russian)


PANEL: II.12 RELIGION IN THE SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXT OF POST-PERESTROIKA RUSSIA
                                                                                                                   Room 351
CHAIR: Koliha, Anthony (Director of the Fulbright Program in Russia, United States) DISCUSSANT: Walters, Philip (Editor of the
Journal “Religion, State and Society”, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kazmina, Olga (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
The Russian Orthodox Church in a new religious situation in Russia: challenges and responses
Washburn, Daniel (London School of Economics, United Kingdom)
Protestant growth and western missionary activity in Russia since perestroika
Larina, Elena (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Classical Islam and Traditionalism among VolgaRegionMoslems in Contemporary Russia (Russian)


PANEL: II.13 THE QUIET BEFORE THE STORM? MATURE SOCIALISM UNDER BREZHNEV
                                                                                                                   Room 353
CHAIR: Reid, Susan (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Roth-Ey, Kristin (School of Slavonic and East
European Studies, London, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Dobson, Miriam (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)
The First Dissidents? Soviet Baptists in the Early Brezhnev Era
Gatejel, Luminita (European Institute Florence, Italy)
What is a socialist welfare state? Distribution practices and consupmtion issues in the Brezhnev era
Lehmann, Maike (University of Bremen, Germany)
A Gathering Storm. Caucasian Socialisms and Nagorny Karabakh under Brezhnev


PANEL: II.14 TRILATERAL RELATIONS AMONG CHINA, RUSSIA AND THE U.S.A: STRUCTURE, PERCEPTIONS AND POLITICS
                                                                                                     Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Li, Chenghong (East China Normal University, China)
From Triangle to Trilateral: The Evolution of Sino-U.S.-Russian Relations in the Post-Cold War Era
FENG, Shaolei (East China Normal University, China)
Sino-US-Russian Trilateral Relations in the New Era
CANCELLED: Trenin, Dmitri (Carnegie Moscow Center, Russian Federation)
U.S., China, Russia: The Case for Trilateral Strategic Dialogue



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PANEL: II.15 ECONOMIC POLICY RESPONSES TO GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS, 2008-?
                                                                                                                 Room 357
CHAIR: Cox, Terry (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Berry, Richard (University of Glasgow, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Myant, Martin (University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom)
Drahokoupil, Jan (MZES, University of Mannheim, Germany)
Reactions to global economic crisis for central European countries dependent on inward investment in manufacturing
Berry, Richard (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
The Development of Hungarian regional policy
Fritz, Heiko (German University in Cairo, Egypt)
The Management of the Financial Crisis in Post-Communism. A Comparative Study of the Stabilisation of Financial Systems in
the CIS
Mykhnenko, Vlad (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom), Swain, Adam (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
Depression, devaluation and divergence: The bursting of the Orange bubble and Ukraine’s space-economy


PANEL: II.16 PERESTROIKA REVISITED I
                                                                                                                 Room 355
CHAIR: Petrov, Kristian (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Vanhala-Aniszewski, Marjatta (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Siilin, Lea (U. of Joensuu, Finland)
Representation of Mikhail Gorbachev in 21st century Russian Media (Russian)
Lipatova, Nadezda (Ulyanovsk State University, Russian Federation)
On the Verge of Empire Collapse: Images of Alexander Kerensky and Michael Gorbachev (Russian)
Gill, Graeme (University of Sydney, Australia)
Political Symbolism and the fall of the Soviet Union


PANEL: II.17 POST-SOVIET LITERATURE AND FILM: WHAT IS ‘POST’ AND WHAT IS ‘SOVIET’?
                                                                                                              Room 253
CHAIR: Bogdanov, Konstantin (University of Konstanz, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Bogdanov, Konstantin (University of Konstanz,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Beumers, Birgit (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)
Soviet Times through the Post-Soviet Lens
Litovskaya, Maria (Ural State University, Russian Federation)
The Functions of the 'Soviet' in Post-Soviet Discourses (Russian)
Balina, Marina (Illinois Wesleyan University, United States)
Reconfiguring Soviet Childhood Experience in Contemporary Russian Life-Writing




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PANEL: II.18 DEALING WITH THE TRAUMATIC PAST I
                                                                                                                     Room 356
CHAIR: Miloiu, Silviu Romania) CANCELLED DISCUSSANT: Humphreys, Brendan (University of Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Obradovic-Wochnik, Jelena (Aston University, United Kingdom)
Victims, violence and ´remaking worlds´ after war trauma in Serbia
NEW: Stoyanova, Nadezhda (Independent Scholar/ UCL alumna, Bulgaria)
Securitising Identities in South-Eastern Europe: The Power of Exclusion
CANCELLED: Gerber, Sofi (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Dislocation as Trauma? Experiences and Memories of the Dissolution of the GDR
CANCELLED: Miklossy, Katalin (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Common Traumas Divergent Strategies: Hungary and Romania


PANEL: II.19 ON ECONOMY AND THE ROLE OF THE STATE
                                                                                                                     Room 454
CHAIR: CHAIR: Eidem, Rolf (SIPU International, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Rochlitz, Michael (Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy)
The Political Economy of Industrial Policy in Putin's Russia
Orkodashvili, Mariam (Tbilisi State University, Georgia)
Geopolitical and socioeconomic factors in the fight against corruption in post-Soviet countries
Iwasaki, Ichiro (Hitotsubashi University, Japan)
Fyre, Timothy (Columbia University, United States)
Double-Edged Sword: Government Directorship and Firm Behavior in Russia


PANEL: II.20 ON ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES I
                                                                                                                     Room 255
CHAIR: Oxenstierna, Susanne (FOI, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Lussac, Samuel (Institute of Political Science, France)
How Oil and Gas Transportation shapes Regional Cooperation in the South Caucasus
Ahanchi, Parvin (University of Wisconsin Madison, Azerbaijan)
Knuti, David (Retired, United States)
Comparative societal impact “Contract of Century (21st)" vs First Oil boom (at the turn of the 20th Century) in Azerbaijan
Kjærnet, Heidi (NUPI, Norway)
Principal-agent theory in an authoritarian context: The state petroleum companies of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Russia
NEW: Sim, Li-Chen (Zayed University, United Arab Emirates)
Once a Red Director, Always a Red Director? Business Culture in the Soviet/Russian Oil Industry (Paper XIII.20.3)
CANCELLED: Tura, Deniz (Indepent Scholar, Turkey)
A Line with Responsibilities“Analysis of the Regional Sustainability Development Program of British Petroleum in the Baku-
Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline




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PANEL: II.21 RUSSIA, EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES
                                                                                                                Room 451
CHAIR: Sussex, Matthew (University of Tasmania, Australia) DISCUSSANT: Nygren, Bertil (Stockholm University, Sweden)
DISCUSSANT: Lomagin, Nikita (St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Shearman, Peter (Webster university Thailand, Thailand)
Polarity and power and Russia's place in the world
Kanet, Roger E. (University of Miami, United States)
Russia, the EU and the United States: Intertwined Relationships
Berryman, John (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom)
Russian-US Strategic Relations


PANEL: II.22 ARCHIVAL TRANSITION IN RUSSIA AFTER PERESTROIKA AND THE LEGACY OF SECOND WORLD WAR
                                                                                                                    Room 254
CHAIR: Kloosterman, Jaap (International Institute of Social History, Netherlands) DISCUSSANT: Petrov, Nikita Vasilyevich
(Memorial, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Coeure, Sophie (Ecole normale superieure, France)
Archives and democratisation in transition
Danielson, Elena (Stanford University, United States)
Russian Archives Abroad: Safe Havens, Safe Returns?
Petrov, Nikita Vasilyevich (Memorial, Russian Federation)
Access to Archival Information
Grimsted, Patricia (Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute)
Archival Transition in Russia and the Legacy of Displaced European Archives




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TUESDAY, JULY 27                                                    13:30-15:00

PLENARY SESSION
                                                                                                       Room: The Auditorium
NAUM KLEIMAN: AN INTERRUPTED FILM: THE STORY OF A PROJECT (SERGEI EISENSTEIN'S "GREAT FERGANA CANAL", 1939)
This lecture is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
Naum Kleiman is a film historian and film maker; founder and director of the Central State Film Museum (Moscow)

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: III.01 EUROPEAN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS I - THE CASES OF UKRAINA AND CAUCASUS
                                                                                                                     Room 255
CHAIR: Eduards, Krister (Stockholm Group for Development Studies, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Ivaniashvili, George (International Centre for Social Research, Georgia)
Krialashvili, Ketevan (ICSRPA, Georgia)
Georgia in the Context of EU's Eastern Partnership
Volobuyev, Vladyslav (Zaporozhye Law Institute, Ukraine)
European society and Ukraine: The problem of out-of-state identity (Russian)
Nielsen, Kristian L. (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Ukraine between East and West – The EU’s lack of commitment and the Russia Factor
Vasilyan, Syuzanna (Centre for EU Studies, Ghent University, Belgium)
The EU’s External Governance “Replica” in the South Caucasus


PANEL: III.03 PROBLEMS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF CIVIL SOCIETY AND LOCAL SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN THE NORTH-WEST RUSSIA IN THE
EUROPEAN CONTEXT (KOMI, KARELIA, ARKHANGEL REGION)
                                                                                                                      Room 454
CHAIR: Popov, Alexander (Komi Science Center, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Kauppala, Pekka (Kone Foundation,
Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Smetanin, Alexander (Komi Science Center, Russian Federation)
Local self-government in the region: plans and realities (Russian)
NEW: Sablin, Vasili (Vologda University, Russian Federation)
The historical and current experience of the Vologda region in the development of civil society and local self-administration
(Russian)
CANCELLED: Mikhailova, Natalia (Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russian Federation)
The process of forming up modern ethno-cultural institutes of poly-ethnic and civil society in Russia (Russian)


PANEL: III.04 RUSSIAN PAST IN THE RUSSIAN PRESENT: CONSTRUCTION AND REFLECTION OF HISTORICAL MEMORY
                                                                                                           Room 353
CANCELLED CHAIR: Furman, Dmitrii (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation) CANCELLED DISCUSSANT: Scherrer,
Jutta (Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, France)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Vituhnovskaja-Kauppala, Marina (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Aleksander Nevsky, Stolypin, and Stalin: a new pantheon of Russian history. What kind of past is being constructed in Russia?
(Russian)
Kolonitskii, Boris (European University at St-Petersburg, Russian Federation)
The political use of the past: Kerensky as a inventor of the political tradition (Russian)
Matskevich, Maria (Sociological Inst.,Rus.Acad.ofSciences, Russian Federation)
Constructing the post-Soviet past: discourse and attitudes



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PANEL: III.05 THE RESIDENTIAL HOUSING OF THE URBAN POPULATIONS IN RUSSIA AND EASTERN EUROPE
                                                                                                              Room 357
CHAIR: Toda, Yasushi (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Hedlund, Stefan (Uppsala University,
Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Shomina, Elena (University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Municipalities – Homeowners in Russia
Starkov, Oleg (CEMI RAS, Russian Federation)
Forming mortgage markets in catching-up economies: a problem of institutional transplantation
Nozdrina, Nadezhda (Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation)
Development of rental housing as a method of increasing housing affordability for Moscow population (Russian)
Toda, Yasushi (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
The Apartments in Moscow city and the Cottages in the suburbs: The Housings for the Common People and the Elites


PANEL: III.06 AGRARIANISM IN EUROPEAN RURAL PERIPHERIES: RURAL CAPITALISM AND / OR PEASANT UTOPIAS IN THE BALTIC SEA AREA,
CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE 1880–1947 (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                       Room 356
PANELISTS:
Vári, András (University of Miscolc, Hungary)
Eellend, Johan (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Eriksson, Fredrik (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Murgescu, Bogdan (University of Bucharest, Romania)
Petrov, Petăr (University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

PANEL: III.07 CONTEMPORARY DYNAMICS OF IDENTITIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE (SOCIOLOGICAL, LINGUISTIC AND HISTORICAL
ASPECTS) A 1: INTERPLAY OF EUROPEAN, NATIONAL AND REGIONAL IDENTITIES, SESSION 2
                                                                                                                      Room 459
CHAIR: Chvorostov, Alexander (Institute f.Advanced Studies IHS-Vienna, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Heinrich, Hans-Georg
(University of Vienna ICEUR), Austria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Matulionis, Arvydas (Lithuanian Social Research Centre, Lithuania)
Education as a Basis of Formation National Identity
Nurse, Lyudmila (OxfordXXI, United Kingdom)
Cultural identities formation through musical preferences of three generations in Eastern European countries
Gasparishvili, Alexander (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
The issues of the ethnic identity of Lithuanians from the Kaliningrad Region
Waechter, Natalia (IHS Vienna, Austria)
Young People and National Identityin Multicultural Societies: Evidence from Eastern Europe




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PANEL: III.08 EAST AND WEST: LINGUISTIC CONTACTS THROUGH THE TIME
                                                                                                               Room 352
CHAIR: Mengel, Swetlana (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Maier, Ingrid (Uppsala University,
Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mengel, Swetlana (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle, Germany)
An unknown variant of the 17th century Russian standard language in Swedish Ingermanland and Liffland (Russian)
Karpilovska, Ievgeniia (O.O.Potebnia Institute of Linguistics, Ukraine)
The Ukrainian language in the context of eurointegration: directions and dominant factors of the development (Russian)
Kotorova, Elizaveta (University of Zielona Góra, Poland)
Communicational-pragmatic field as a model of culturally driven speech behaviour (based on Russian-German contacts)
(Russian)
Vakareliyska, Cynthia M. (University of Oregon, United States)
The Anglo-Americanization of Bulgarian Grammar:Productive Morphosyntactic Borrowings (Russian)


PANEL: III.09 EUROPEAN LEGAL CULTURES IN TRANSITION
                                                                                                                Room 351
CHAIR: White, Stephen L. (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: White, Stephen L. (University of Glasgow,
United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Miller, William (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Grødeland, Åse Berit (Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway)
Empirical Dimensions of Popular legal Culture in Contemporary Europe
Grødeland, Åse Berit (Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway)
Democratic Values, Democratic Principles, the Rule of Law and the "War on Terror": Public Opinion in Norway, England,
Poland, Bulgaria and Ukraine Compared
Kurkchiyan, Marina (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Interpretations of Justice in England, Bulgaria and Poland.
CANCELLED: Arold, Nina-Louisa (Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Sweden)
Turmoil from above - Lessons from the supranational legal culture in Europe.


PANEL: III.10 NEW AND "OLD" LINES OF DIVISION IN EURASIA AND PROSPECTS OF THEIR NEGOTIATION
                                                                                                                  Room 461
CHAIR: Vusatyuk, Oleg (National institute of international security problems, Ukraine) DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Golubev, Alexander (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
Russia and the Europe in mutual perception: foreign policy stereotypes as the factor of history (Russian)
Vusatyuk, Oleg (National institute of international security problems, Ukraine)
Social-and-cultural dynamics of Eurasia: system analysis
Gorditsa, Karolina (Institute of Economy and Forecasting Nat, Ukraine)
The problems of European choice of Ukraine: institutional-and-economic aspect
Marin, Anais (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Finland)
Transborder region-building across and beyond the EU’s Eastern borders: “Slavic only” Euroregions and the limits of good
neighbourhood “from below” in CIS countries




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PANEL: III.11 POLITICAL REGIMES IN THE POST-SOVIET SPACE
                                                                                                               Room 252
CHAIR: Schroeder, Hans Hennig (University of Bremen, Georgia) DISCUSSANT: Klein, Margarete (German Institute for
International and Security Affairs, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mommsen, Margareta (Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany)
Distinctive features of Russia’s political regime: Open authoritarianism, secret oligarchy, managed democracy
Trevisani, Tommaso (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Germany)
Neopatrimonialism in Uzbekistan: ideology, state capture, and techniques of social control
Bos, Ellen (Andrássy Universität Budapest, Hungary)
Ukraine after the Orange Revolution: More democratic but still a hybrid regime?


PANEL: III.13 RUSSIAN ENLIGHTENMENT THOUGHT
                                                                                                                   Room 263
CHAIR: Swiderski, Edward (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) DISCUSSANT: Oittinen, Vesa (University of Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Artemyeva, Tatiana (Herzen University, Russian Federation)
'A Guide to Real Human Happiness':The Philosophy of A.T.Bolotov (1738-1833)
Mikeshin, Mikhail (St. Petersburg Center for the History of, Russian Federation)
Princess Dashkova (1743/44-1810): Moving Academic and Social Ideas Across Frontiers
van der Zweerde, Evert (Radboud University, Netherlands)
The Scottish Connection - Semën Desnickij as Enlightenment Transmitter


PANEL: III.14 THE POLICY PROCESS IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA
                                                                                              Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Sakwa, Richard (University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Obolonsky, Aleksandr (Moscow
Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Fortescue, Stephen (University of New South Wales, Australia)
The policy-making process during Putin’s prime-ministership
Huskey, Eugene (Stetson University, United States)
Bureaucratic Agents and Policy Implementation in Contemporary Russia: Debureaucratizing the Small Business Sector
Chaisty, Paul (Oxford University, United Kingdom)
Fortescue, Stephen (University of Melbourne, Australia) , Huskey, Eugene (Stetson University, United States)
Economic Interests and Legislative Behaviour in Russia


PANEL: III.15 EAST, WEST AND CENTRE: THE HEALTH OF AGEING POPULATIONS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS
                                                                                                        Room 254
CHAIR AND DISCUSSANT: Juerges, Hendrik (University of Mannheim, Germany) (CANCELLED DISCUSSANT: Chton-Dominczak,
Agnieszka, The Polish Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, Poland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Peasey, Anne (UCL, United Kingdom) Bobak, Martin (UCL, United Kingdom)
Centre-East: the role of socio-economic factors in determining health of 50+ populations in Central and Eastern Europe
Myck, Michal (Centre for Economic Analysis, CenEA, Poland)
Health and socio-economic status in Central Europe – the role of life histories in explaining contemporary variation.
Topor-Madry, Roman (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Gilis-Januszewska (Jagiellonian University, Poland), Aleksandra Bala, Malgorzata (Jagiellonian University, Poland), Myck,
Michal (DIW-Berlin & Centre for Economic Analysi, Poland)
Centre-West: socio-economic characteristics and health of 50+ populations in Poland and Czech Republic vs countries of EU15



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PANEL: III.16 THE MENTAL INTEGRATION OF SIBERIA INTO THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE
                                                                                                               Room 359
CHAIR: Kusber, Jan (University of Mainz, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Bassin, Mark (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Frank, Susi K. (Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin, Germany)
"Strannik" as a topos of Russian national and imperial discourse
Stolberg, Eva M. (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
"Mapping the East": Was there a Siberian Frontier Ideology in Late Tsarist Empire/Soviet Union?
Kuentzel-Witt, Kristina (University of Hamburg, Germany)
How large is Siberia? The geographical discussion about the dimension of
Siberia in the 18. Century


PANEL: III.18 FDI AND BUSINESS ACTIVITIES IN THE RUSSIAN MARKET: SOME EMPIRICAL FINDINGS FROM EAST (JAPAN) AND WEST (FINLAND)
                                                                                                                       Room 453
CHAIR: Kosonen, Riita (Helsinki School of Economics, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Mizobata, Satoshi (Kyoto University, Japan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Tomiyama, Eiko (Graduate Institute for Entrepreneurial S, Japan)
Entry and Marketing Strategies to Russian Market by Japanese, Korean Automobile manufacturers ―Case Study of Entry to
Russian Market by Toyota, Hyundai & KIA Motor
Rautio, Vesa (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Globalizing Finland: the Russian connection
Tokunaga, Masahiro (Kansai University, Japan)
Delayed, but flourished? Preliminary analysis on FDI of the Japanese companies in Russia
Zashev, Peter (Kymenlaakso Univ. of Applied Sciences, Finland)
Formation of Northwestern Russia car manufacturing cluster and its impact for foreign suppliers


PANEL: III.19 MIGRATION I: LABOUR
                                                                                                                    Room 462
CHAIR: Davidovic, Milena (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Kuzibaeva, Gulnara (National University of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan)
Uzbek Women in Global Sex Industry: Between Money and Morality
Buckley, Mary (Hughes Hall, Cambridge, United Kingdom)
The implications of forced labour in and out of Russia for global citizenship
Cherniavskaya, Yevgeniya (East Ukrainian National University, Ukraine)
FACTORS PREVENTING CHAOTIC EMIGRATION OF UKRAINIAN LABOR INTO EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES (Russian)
Abiala, Kristina (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Longing and Hope. Present and Future for Young Moldovan Women
NEW: Paper I.05.1, Havolli, Sokol (Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo; Republic Of Kosovo)
The Determinants of Remittances to Kosovo: Recent Evidence (Paper I.05.1)




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PANEL: III.20 RELIGIONS, STATE AND MODERNITY IN VOLGA URAL HISTORY (19TH - 20TH CENTURIES)
                                                                                                                   Room 355
CHAIR: Le Torrivellec, Xavier (Franco-Russian Centre for Social Science, France) DISCUSSANT: Werth, Paul (University of
Nevada, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Minnullin, Ilnur (Sh. Marjani Institute of History, Russian Federation)
Rural Islamic Communities in Tatarstan (1945-1980s)
Le Torrivellec, Xavier (Franco-Russian Centre for Social Science, France)
Ideologies and Culture of Nationalism among Turkish and Finno-Ugric Intelligentsia in Volga-Ural Region (beginning of the
XXth Century) (French)
Naganawa, Norihiro (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Contours of the Community and Homeland: Volga-Urals Muslims Going to the Hajj and War in the Late Imperial Period
Graney, Kate (Skidmore College, United States)
Neo-Jadidism or State-Building Tool ? Euro-Islam in Post-Soviet Tatarstani Politics
CANCELLED: Steinwedel, Charles (Northeastern Illinois University, United States)
Old Religions in a New Environment: Russian Orthodoxy and Islam after the Great Reforms


PANEL: III.21 MEDVEDEV’S EUROPEAN SECURITY PROPOSAL AND RUSSIAN RELATIONS WITH EUROPE
                                                                                                             Room 451
CHAIR: Berryman, John (University of London, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Shearman, Peter (Webster University Thailand,
Thailand) DISCUSSANT: Freire, Maria Raquel (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Fernandes, Sandra (University of Minho, Portugal)
European Security After August 2008: The European Union and the Medvedev Proposal
Lomagin, Nikita (St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Russia's New Security Doctrine for Europe
Herd, Graeme (Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland)
Medvedev's Proposed Treaty on European Security


PANEL III.22 PRIVATE LIFE IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA: GENDERED PRACTICES AND POLICIES
                                                                                                                  Room 361
CHAIR and DISCUSSANT: Pöllänen, Pirjo (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Tkach, Olga (European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
"Old" Job - "New" Relationships: Informal Home-Care Service in Middle Class Households of St.Petersburg
Temkina, Anna (European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Reproductive and Sexual Practices in Middle Class Couples: Risk and Control (Russian)
Pasynkova, Veronika (European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Elderly care policy in Russia: The Samara region experiment in elderly people adoption
Zdravomyslova, Elena (European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Construction of care of elderly people by nurses




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TUESDAY, JULY 27                                                  15:30-17:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: IV.01 ARTISTIC ACCULTURATION IN EUROPE AND BEYOND
                                                                                                                  Room 352
CHAIR: van de Stadt, Janneke (Williams College, United States) DISCUSSANT: Nicholas, Mary (Lehigh University, United
States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Wanner, Adrian (Pennsylvania State University, United States)
Russianness for German Consumption: Wladimir Kaminer, Lena Gorelik, Alina Bronsky
Hellebust, Rolf (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
Komar and Melamid beyond the TransState
Masing-Delic, Irene (Ohio State University, United States)
Replica or Recreation? The Function of the Eurydice Motif in Nabokov's Oeuvre


PANEL: IV.02 SECURITY IN CENTRAL ASIA
                                                                                                                       Room 462
CHAIR: Oldberg, Ingemar (Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Shilibekova, Aigerim (Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan)
Prospects for building regional security in Central Asia: Exploring the role of regional organizations
Shangirbayeva, Beibit (Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan)
Security problems in international law-making of Kazakhstan
Burnashev, Rustam (Kazakh-German University, Kazakhstan)
Chernykh, Irina (al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan)
Archaeology of Security: Case of Uzbekistan (Russian)
NEW: Marketos, Thrassy (C.E.D.S. Athens branch, Greece)
Iran’s Geopolitics in the midst of the U.S. – Russia – China Energy Security Struggle for the Geostrategic Control of Eurasia
(Paper XI.15.1)


CANCELLED: PANEL: IV.03 ORAL HISTORY OF INDEPENDENT TAJIKISTAN
                                                                                                                       Room 356
CHAIR: Jonson, Lena (Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Olimova, Saodat Tajikistan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Hodi-Zoda, Faredun (Oral History Project, Tajikistan)
How people perceived the beginning of the revolt in Tajikistan




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PANEL: IV.05 A KALEIDOSCOPE OF REVOLUTIONS: RUSSIA IN REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE, 1914-1921
                                                                                                                  Room 451
CHAIR: Brüggemann, Karsten (Tallin University, Estonia) DISCUSSANT: Landis, Erik (Oxford Brookes University, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Landis, Erik (Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom)
Coercion, violence, and state building in the Russian civil war
Novikova, Liudmila (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Provincial counter-revolution: anti-Bolshevik movement and the people's Civil War in the Russian North, 1918-1920
Retish, Aaron (Wayne State University, United States)
Peasant Identity and State Formation in Russia's Periphery
Badcock, Sarah (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
Power and Authority in 1917; Contextualising revolution in Nizhegorod and Kazan provinces


PANEL: IV.06 AUTHORITARIAN POWER AND THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY
                                                                                                              Room 453
CHAIR: Péteri, György (Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway) DISCUSSANT: Péteri, György (Norwegian
University of Science & Technology, Norway)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Oates-Indruchova, Libora (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Publishing and censorship in social sciences during state socialism
Leisti, Simo (Tampere University, Finland)
From Promise to Threat - Soviet Sociology 1964-1971
Nisonen-Trnka, Riikka (Aleksanteri Institute, Finland)
Visiting the "Civilized World" – the Travels of Czechoslovak Scientists to the West


PANEL: IV.07 CONFRONTING A.S. PUSHKIN IN THE 1830S: REPUTATION, INTERTEXT, MYTH
                                                                                                               Room 252
CHAIR: Turoma, Sanna (Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Theimer Nepomnyashchy,
Catharine (Columbia University, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Reyfman, Irina (Columbia University, United States)
Pushkin the Chamberlain
Platt, Jonathan Brooks (University of Helsinki, Finland)
First a Suicide without a Note and Now a Note without a Suicide: Pushkin and Odoevsky in the 1830s
CANCELLED: Khitrova, Daria (University of Chicago, United States)
"The Queen of Spades" in Its Mirrors


PANEL: IV.08 LEADERSHIP CHANGE AND ELITE SUCCESSION UNDER PUTIN AND MEDVEDEV
                                                                                                  Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: White, Stephen (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Rivera, Sharon Werning (Hamilton College, United States) David, Rivera (Hamilton College, United States)
Trends in Elite Militarization under Putin
Kryshtanovskaya, Olga (Russian Academy of Sciencces, Russian Federation)
White, Stephen (Dept of Politics, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
The Putin-Medvedev Tandem and the Development of the Russian Political System (Russian)
Ogushi, Atsushi (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Russian Bureaucratic Elite: Patrimonial or Technocratic?



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PANEL: IV.09 MIGRATION FROM THE FORMER SOVIET UNION: TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
                                                                                                               Room 454
CHAIR: Hrytsak, Yaroslav (Ivano Franko Universitet, Ukraine) DISCUSSANT: Palenga-Möllenbeck, Ewa (Göthe University,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Tymczuk, Alexander (University of Oslo, Norway)
Care at a distance and ideals of closeness: child care in Ukrainian transnational families
Zimmer, Kerstin (Marburg University, Germany)
Types and Variations of Transnationalism in the Migration Process from East to West
CANCELLED: Hirning, Olga (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)
“Germania Babuschka”: Transnational Remigration of Russian-Speaking "Aussiedler" (resettler)


PANEL: IV.10 PAST AS PROLOGUE: THE HISTORY AND/OR PROJECTED FUTURE OF SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS ( PART 1)
                                                                                                                     Room 254
CHAIR: Davis, Robert H. (Columbia University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Crayne, Janet (University of Michigan Library,
United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Warmbrunn, Juergen (Herder-Institut, Germany)
So near but yet so far-the library of the Herder Institut in the context of research on East Central Europe after 1945
Rogatchevskaia, Ekaterina (British Library, United Kingdom)
The development of the British Library Russian and Slavonic collections in the early 20th century
Lorkovic, Tatjana (Yale University Library, United States)
Yale University Library’s Slavic and East European Collection from the beginning of the 20th century until today


PANEL: IV.11 PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM IN RUSSIA: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION, HEALTH AND OTHER SERVICES
                                                                                                                         Room 359
CHAIR: Oxenstierna, Susanne (FOI, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Scott Leonard, Carol (Oxford University, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Shishkin, Sergey (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Challenges for Health Care and Perspectives of Health Care Reform in Russia
Jakobson, Lev (State University-Higher School of Economy, Russian Federation
Ambivalent effect of public procurement reform (Russian)
CANCELLED: Tambovtsev, Vitaly (MSU, Russian Federation)
The Reform of the Budgeting Process in Russia


PANEL: IV.12 RUSSIA AND JAPAN BEYOND THE WAR OF 1904/05
                                                                                                                         Room 353
CHAIR: Ikeda, Yorhiro (NUIS, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, David (Brock University, Canada)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mikhailova, Yulia (Hiroshima City University, Japan)
Beyond Diplomacy and Politics: Images in Russo-Japanese Relations
Ikeda, Yoshiro (Niigata Univ. of International and Inf., Japan)
Cultural and social relations between Russia and Japan during World War I
Renner, Andreas (University of Cologne, Germany)
Captured and Captivated: The Russo-Japanese War Remembered by Russian POWs




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PANEL: IV.13 RUSSIA’S ENERGY POLICY: NATIONAL, INTERREGIONAL AND GLOBAL DIMENSIONS
                                                                                                              Room 357
CHAIR: Balmaceda, Margarita (Seton Hall University, Ukraine) DISCUSSANTS: Petersson, Bo (Lund University/Malmö
University, Sweden); Dusseault, David (University of Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kivinen, Markku (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Agency and Choice in Russian Energy Policy

PANEL: IV.14 SONIC PATRIOTISM: PERFORMING NATIONHOOD IN RUSSIA
                                                                                                                    Room 253
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: Ambrosiani, Per (Umeå University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Norris, Stephen (Miami University, United States)
“Old Songs for New Times: Konstantin Ernst and the Production of Post-Soviet Patriotism”
Platt, Kevin M. F. (University of Pennsylvania, United States)
Russian Pop as Soft Power in the Near Abroad: a Brief History of the New Wave (Новая Волна) Festival
Oushakine, Serguei Alex (Princeton University, United States)
Soviet Estrada, Russian Patriotism: Making Songs For Masses


PANEL: IV.15 ST.PETERSBURG- FINLAND: CULTURAL CONTACTS
                                                                                                                    Room 459
CHAIR: Ekonen, Kirsti (University of Tampere, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Petrov, E.V. (Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian
Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Rogulin, Nickolai (Saint-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Military communications of Russia and Finland in second half XIX-beginning of XX centuries (Russian)
Orfinskaya, Larisa (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Cooperation between Saint Petersburg and Helsinki (Gelsingfors) in the field of penitentiary questions. (Russian)
Kashchenko, Sergey (Saint-Petersburg State Universit, Russian Federation)
Markova, Maria (Saint-Petersburg State Universit, Russian Federation)
Demographic processes in Northwest cross-border region of Russian empire in half XIX-beginning of XX centuries (Russian)


PANEL: IV.17 GENDER ROLES IN THE NEW MARKET ECONOMY: WOMEN IN POST-SOVIET RUSSIA
                                                                                                                    Room 361
CANCELLED CHAIR: Manning, Roberta (Boston College, United States) DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Denisova, Liubov (Gubkin State University of Oil and Gas, Russian Federation)
Labor and Gender in Rural Russia in the 1990s (Russian)
Mukhina, Irina (Assumption College, United States)
Origins of the post-Soviet Shuttle Trade




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PANEL: IV.19 ON RELIGION II: POLITICAL ASPECTS
                                                                                                                      Room 255
CHAIR: Sundström, Olle (Umeå University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Inoue, Takehiko (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Russian Imperial Policies toward Buddhists: The Relationship between Buddhist Monks and Smallpox Vaccination
Dubrovskaya, Elena (Karelian Research Center, Russian Federation)
Russia - Finland Border: Tolerant and Conflict Myths in Russian Orthodox Press at the Beginning of the 20th Century
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL IX.14: Paper IV.19.5, Kalkandjieva, Daniela (Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria)
THE BULGARIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH AT CROSSROADS: BETWEEN NATIONALISM AND PLURALISM


PANEL: IV.20 HOW AND WHY EUROPE MATTERS: THE IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ON RUSSIA'S JUDICIARY
                                                                                                                Room 351
CHAIR: Nussberger, Angelika (University of Cologne, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Nussberger, Angelika (University of Cologne,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Burkov, Anton (Human Rights Academy, Russian Federation)
Application of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms by Russian Courts
Korotev, Kirill (University of Strasbourg, France)
Russian Constitutional Court and Russian Supreme Court: Concurrence in Favour or Against the Protection of Human Rights?
von Gall, Caroline (University of Cologne, Germany)
The Russian Constitutional Court: Natural ally of the European Court of Human Rights?


PANEL: IV.21 MEDIEVAL CULTURE
                                                                                                                      Room 355
CHAIR: Pereswetoff-Morath, Alexander (Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Choi, Junghyun (Hanyang University, Republic of Korea)
On the Some Dailogic Structure of Igor's Campaign (Russian)
Vercamer, Grischa (German Historic Institut Warsaw, Poland)
Reactions among the east-central-european rulers (Piasts, Przemyslides, Arpades) on the Mongolian threat in the 13th
century after the devastating defeat in Poland and Hungary in the year 1241
Shulgina, Emilia (Historical museum (Moscow), Russian Federation)
On a collective work of Russian and German scholars on edition of the Great Menaion of metropolitan Makarij. (Russian)
Kim, Kyuchin (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Republic of Korea)
The Meaning of Latin Text of Bohemian Codex Gigas in the Context of Globalization




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TUESDAY, JULY 27                                               17:30-18:00

EXHIBITOR PRESENTATION
                                                                                                      Room: The Auditorium
EUROPEAN SCIENCE FOUNDATION
European Science Foundation is an organization owned by 79 funders, research performing organizations and academies. EFS
covers the whole of science and runs among other things a project concerning the definition of future social science research
questions about Central and Eastern Europe. In this presentation, ESF will inform about the funding opportunities it provides
and about the project on Eastern Europe.



TUESDAY, JULY 27                                               18:00-20:00

PLENARY SESSION
                                                                                                      Room: The Auditorium
WE – THE VICTORS (ROUNDTABLE)
MODERATOR
NEW: Lloyd, John (Financial Times, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS:
Reich, Jens (Professor, founder of the party "Neues Forum" in the GDR, Germany)
NEW: Dalos, György (Author, Germany)
NEW: Magyar, Balint (Former member of the Hungarian Government)
NEW: Håstad, Disa (Writer, former correspondent, Sweden)
CANCELLED: Haraszti, Miklos (Just resigned as OSCE Media Freedom Representative, Hungary)
CANCELLED: Vondra, Alexandr (Senator, Czech Republic, tbc)




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                                              Wednesday, July 28, 2010

WEDNESDAY, JULY 28                                               08:30-10:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: V.01 COMPARISON BETWEEN RUSSIAN, JAPANESE AND BRITISH EMPIRES: THE EXTRATERRITORIALITIES IN EAST ASIA
                                                                                                                Room 359
CHAIR: Naganawa, Norihiro (Hokkaido University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Stolberg, Eva M. (University of Duisburg-Essen,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Sakon, Yukimura (St. Petersburg Institute of History, RAN, Russian Federation)
Whose is the Amur River? : Russo-Chinese relations in the last years of the Russian Empire
Asano, Toyomi (Chukyo University, Japan)
Regionalism or Imperialism?: Japanese options toward protected Korea in the international relations after Japan-Russo War,
1905-1910
Ladds, Catherine (Colorado State University, United States)
Imperial ambitions: The politics of nationality in the Chinese Customs Service, 1890-1930


PANEL: V.02 SOCIAL AND LINGUISTIC TURBULENCE IN POST-SOVIET SPACE (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                  Room 462
CANCELLED: CHAIR: Pfandl, Heinrich (University of Graz, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Nerler, Pavel (Stavropol State University,
Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Nikiporets-Takigawa, Galina (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
The Internet Language of Russian Diaspora
Mustajoki, Arto (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Nostalgia on Soviet Union in Russia today
Smoljanski, Alexander (Information Agency of Integrum World Wide, Russian Federation)
Political impact on the language of Russian mass-media. Diachronic and synchronic analysis
Yulia Saphonova (State Academy of Slavonic Culture, Russian Federation)
Negotiations of identity conducted by young generation of the Russian diaspora in the former Soviet Union (versus first
generation of Russian diaspora)


PANEL: V.03 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY MUTUAL PERCEPTIONS
                                                                                                                     Room 255
CHAIR: Turoma, Sanna (Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Svedov, Vladislav (Urals Branch of Russian Academy of Scien, Russian Federation)
Historical experience of the positive perception of the Northern Europenian nations in the public consciousness of the Eurasia
population XVI - XX centuries
Gomide, Bruno (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
"American Russia": a debate of the 1920s and 1930s (Russian)
Goubina, Maya (BULAC, Centre de Recherches en Histoire des Slaves, Paris I Sorbonne, France)
A CASE OF STEREOTYPES : FRENCH AND RUSSIAN MUTUAL PERCEPTION DURING THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY
Tejerizo, Margaret (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Russian Balsam for "TheThree Spanish Wounds" and the Mystery of the Missing Stalin
CANCELLED: Gribkova, Elena (Moscow Pedagogical State University, Russian Federation)
Italian Society of 19-th Sentury in the Rostophina's Novel "Palazzo Forli" (Russian)


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PANEL: V.04 SHARED AND CONTESTED SITES OF MEMORY: VISUAL CULTURE, SECURITY AND THE SOVIET LEGACY IN THE BALTIC STATES
                                                                                                               Room 353
CHAIR: Swain, Geoffrey (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Mertelsmann, Olaf (University of Tartu,
Estonia)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Smith, David (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Estonian, Russian or in-between? Looking at Narva twenty years on
Burch, Stuart (Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom)
Heritage in danger! A Call to Preserve Estonia's Soviet landscape
Lehti, Marko (University of Tampere/Turku, Finland)
The ghosts of the past return: securitized memories in the Baltic states after 08/08/08


PANEL: V.05 "OLD BORDERS, NEW FRONTIERS AND CONTINUING MISUNDERSTANDINGS” – ORTHODOX CHURCHES AND THE “WEST” IN THE
EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
                                                                                                               Room 461
CHAIR: van der Zweerde, Evert (Radboud University, Netherlands) DISCUSSANT: Berezhnaya, Liliya (University of Muenster,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Komaritskaya, Aleksandra (Russian State University for Humanities, Russian Federation)
Orthodoxy and the public sphere: communicative strategies of Father Alexander Men'
Bruening, Alfons (Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Netherlands)
The Enemy´s image confused: Post Soviet Atheism, Western Secularization and the Question of Russian Orthodox
Occidentalism
Lis, Julia (University of Münster, Germany)
Anti-Westernism in Greek and Serbian Orthodox theology today


PANEL: V.07 INVESTORS AND GOVERNMENTS IN RUSSIAN REGIONS: EVIDENCES OF LATE 2000S
                                                                                                                        Room 357
CHAIR: Dallago, Bruno (University of Trento, Italy) DISCUSSANT: Kusznir, Julia (University of Regensburg, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Yakovlev, Andrei (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Frye, Timothy (Columbia University, United States)
Investors and governments in Russian regions: what has changes in 2000s?
Kozyreva, Galina (Institute of economics KarRC RAS, Russian Federation)
Business climate and business practices: the case of Karelia (Russian)
CANCELLED: Karhunen, Päivi (Helsinki School of Economics, Finland)
Golikova, Victoria (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation) , Kosonen, Riitta (Helsinki School of Economics, Finland)
Intra-regional Differences in Investment Climate in Russia: Evidence from the Republic of Karelia




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PANEL: V.08 LINGUISTICS
                                                                                                                        Room 352
CHAIR: Ambrosiani, Per (Umeå University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Kakicheva, Julia (Volgograd State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation)
Aesthetic evaluation in English and Russian: cross-cultural analysis
Jameson, Andrew (Lancaster University, United Kingdom)
A Logical Procedure for Determining Translation Priorities in Russian-English Translation (for those translating into their
native language)
SONG, Eun-Ji (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Discourse and linguistic expressions of subjectivity and intersubjectivity in Old Believer Lives: Lives of Avvakum and Epifanij
Ringblom, Natasha (Stockholm University, Sweden)
On the Diverging Development of Unbalanced Bilingual Children
Sukhoon, Choo (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Republic of Korea)
Bidirectional Government in Russian Morphosyntax


PANEL: V.09 NATIONAL / ETHNIC MINORITIES’, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ AND DIASPORAS’ PROBLEMS IN THE NEW INDEPENDENT STATES OF
EASTERN EUROPE AFTER THE CLASH OF TOTALITARIAN REGIMES
                                                                                                                    Room 453
CHAIR: Czerwonnaja, Swetlana Russian Federation) NEW DISCUSSANT: Vasilyev, Alexey (Russian Institute for cultural
research, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kurshutov, Temur (senior researcher, Ukraine)
Hotopp-Riecke, Mieste (ICATAT, Germany)
The Crimean Tatars between the fronts: Incomplete Repatriation of the deported People and their situation in the
contemporary Ukraine (German, Russian)
Czerwonnaja, Swetlana (Russian Institute for Culture Researches, Russian Federation)
Approach to the National Minorities as the “Achilles’ heel” of the New Independent States (Sample of Georgia, and the Turks-
Meskhetians’ Repatriation’s problem) (German)
Jääts, Indrek (Estonian National Museum, Estonia)
Lallukka, Seppo (U. of Helsinki, Finland)
FINNO-UGRIANS OF RUSSIA IN DEMOGRAPHIC DECLINE
Skrzypek, Andrzej (Uniwersity od WArsaw, Poland)
Problems of migrations in European Union in socialdemocratic eyes.




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PANEL: V.10 NATIONALISM AND NATIONAL IDENTITY II
                                                                                                                   Room 454
CHAIR: Garzonio, Stefano (University of Pisa, Italy)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Chubays, Igor (People’s Friendship University, Russian Federation)
Russian identity: between Europe and Asia? (Russian)
Gromov, Alexey (Ural State Fire-service Institute of Eme, Russian Federation)
Gromova, Svetlana ("Revival" Center of Experiment&Creativit, Russian Federation)
Who rules Russia: reality and possibility
Gromova, Svetlana ("Revival" Center of Experiment&Creativit, Russian Federation)
Gromov, Alexey (Ural State Fure-service Institute of Eme, Russian Federation)
Russian-Slavic nation: a definition
NEW: Chatterjee, Suchandana (Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, India)
The new look of Siberia: impressions of change
CANCELLED: Gritsenko, Vasiliy (State University, Russian Federation)
Humanistic Traditions of Russian Philosophy in Modern Euroasian Space
CANCELLED: Danilchenko, Tatiana (State University, Russian Federation)
Eastern Reformation: Geoeconomic approach to Russian resources
CANCELLED: Tikkala, Terhi (Södertörns högskola, Finland)
Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue? The Quest for the Image of Contemporary Russia


CANCELLED: PANEL: V.11 RUSSIA AND WESTERN EUROPE: INCURSIONS, INTERSECTIONS AND EXCHANGES
                                                                                                                   Room 351
CHAIR: Huttunen, Tomi (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Golburt, Luba (University of California Berkeley, United
States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ruutu, Hanna (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Telephones, buses, streetsigns: Henry Parland and the Russian Futurism
Ruscica, Marilena (Stanford University, Italy)
A Bearable Lightness: Escapes to Italy in the Soviet Union


PANEL: V.12 RUSSIA: PROSPECTS FOR POLITICAL MODERNIZATION (ROUNDTABLE)
The panel is supported by Vostok Nafta
                                                                                                  Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Jonson, Lena (Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Philip (Chatham House, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Gudkov, Lev (Levada Centre, Russian Federation)
From totalitarianism to authoritarianism (how the Russian public perceives the political system of post-communist Russia)
Busygina, Irina (NGIMO, Russian Fedeation)
Risks and Constraints of Political Modernization in Russia
Urnov, Mark (Moscow Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Russia: Modernization and its alternatives (an attempt to scenario forecasting) (Russian)




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PANEL: V.13 RUSSIA'S EVOLVING SECURITY POLICY
                                                                                                                Room 451
CHAIR: Fischer, Sabine (EUISS, France) DISCUSSANT: Fischer, Sabine (EUISS, France)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Forsberg, Tuomas (University of Tampere, Finland)
THE ROLE OF EMOTIONS IN RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY
Allison, Roy (London School of Economics, United Kingdom)
Military Force as a Foreign Policy Instrument: The Russian Debate Before and After the Campaign in Georgia
Vendil Pallin, Carolina (Swedish Defence Research Agency, Sweden)
Russia's Security Policy Agenda in Northern Europe


PANEL: V.14 SOROKINIADA: VLADIMIR SOROKIN AND CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN LITERATURE LITERATURE
                                                                                                               Room 253
CHAIR: Mochizuki, Tetsuo (Hokkaido University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Lanin, Boris (Academy of Education, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Burkhart, Dagmar (University of Mannheim, Germany)
Vladimir Sorokin’s play Capital and the mythologizing of money
Ågren, Mattias (Stockholm University, Sweden)
A mythological Utopia: Vladimir Sorokin’s Trilogiia and Daniil Andreev’s Roza Mira
Litovskaia, Maria (Ural State University, Russian Federation)
Prose of Vladimir Sorokin in the Context of 'New' Post-Soviet Nostalgia (Russian)


PANEL: V.15 SOVIET WOMEN'S EVERYDAY LIVES: LOYALTY AND RESISTANCE
                                                                                                                  Room 361
CHAIR: Koivunen, Pia (University of Tampere, Finland) NEW DISCUSSANT: Leinarte, Dalia (Vilnius University, Lithuania)
(CANCELLED: Smirnova, Tatiana, Institute of Russian History RAS, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Runcis, Maija (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Ilic, Melanie (, Carlbäck, Helene (Sweden)
Everyday practices of Latvian families - a form of resistance to Soviet ideology?
Ilic, Melanie (University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom)
Soviet Women's Agenda and the Women's International Democratic Federation
Carlbäck, Helene (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Did women's voices matter? Female letter-writing to the authorities in Soviet Russia


PANEL: V.16 CENTRAL AND EAST EUROPEAN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE AND ART I
                                                                                                                Room 254
CHAIR: Young, Jekaterina (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Hansen, Julie (Dalarna University, Sweden)
Depictions of the Communist past in two Bildungsromane: Coming of age in Libera’s Madame and Topol’s Noční práce
Svensson, My (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Everyday Marginality and the “Housing Projects” in Polish Contemporary Fiction.
Ryan, Karen (University of Virginia, United States)
ISO schast’e in the New World: Gendering Contemporary Anglophone Russian Literature
Poerzgen, Yvonne (Bremen University, Germany)
Is Freedom an Illusion? The Contribution of Slavic Literary Science to the Discourse on Free Will




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PANEL: V.17 MIND IN EXILE
                                                                                                                Room 459
CHAIR: Bernstein, Lina (Franklyn and Marshall College, United States) DISCUSSANT: Toker, Leona (Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, Israel)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Krasavchenko, Tatiana (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
Writer as a migrant: Mikhail Shishkin (Russian)
Pervukhin, Natalia (University of Tennessee, United States)
Leonid Chertkov: From Mansard Facing West to Astral Storm. (Russian)
Superfin, Gabriel (Independent Researcher, Germany)
Samizdat Collections in the Bremen East Europe Institute's Archive (Russian)


PANEL: V.18 EURASIAN HUMAN RESOURCES - ALTERNATIVE CULTURAL APPROACHES FROM THE FUTURE
                                                                                                                    Room 252
CHAIR: Kaltchev, Ivan (Sofia University, Bulgaria) DISCUSSANT: Lee, Kyong Wan (Russia-CIS institute, Korea University,
Republic of Korea)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Orlov, Igor (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Social State in Russia: Strategies of Preservation and Development of Human Resource (Russian)
Tasic, Milan (University of Nis, Serbia)
BALKAN RESOURCES IN THE LIGHT OF A PERSONALITY THEORY
Taguchi, Shuhei (Kumamoto University, Japan)
Eurasian resources for Bioethics and human health


PANEL: V.19 MARITAL VIOLENCE IN EAST EUROPEAN CULTURES: PAST AND PRESENT
                                                                                                             Room 356
CHAIR: Boškovska, Nada (Universität Zürich, Switzerland) DISCUSSANT: Muravyeva, Marianna (Herzen State Pedagogical
University, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Sarsenov, Karin (Lund University, Sweden)
Textualization of disgust: Marital violence in Russian autobiography
Lubamersky, Lynn (Boise State University, United States)
Vigilante justice vs. the noblewoman's freedom of choice in marriage and love: the foray/zajazd in the Polish-Lithuanian
Commonwealth of the 18th century
Vintila-Ghitulescu, Constanta (Romanian Academy of Sciences, Romania)
Live together in the Romanian Society:Domestic Violence between “Love” and “Necessity” (1750-1830)


PANEL: V.20 PERESTROIKA REVISITED II
                                                                                                                    Room 355
CHAIR: Gill, Graeme (University of Sydney, Australia)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Svensson, Bengt (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Seven years that shook Soviet economic and social thinking. Reflections on the revolution in communist economics 1985 -
1991.
Petrov, Kristian (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
East of Cosmopolis: Cosmopolitanism and Russocentrism in Gorbachev’s Common European Home
Sato, Keiji (Slavic research center, Japan)
The Rebirth of Sovereign States and First Challenge to National Interests of the Union Republics (1988-1990)




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WEDNESDAY, JULY 28                                                 10:30-12:00

CANCELLED: PLENARY SESSION
                                                                                                          Room: The Auditorium
THE NEW GEO-POLITICS IN EURASIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR SECURITY POLICY MAKERS (ROUNDTABLE)
MODERATOR:
Vendil Pallin, Carolina (Swedish Defence Research Agency, Sweden)
PANELISTS:
Matsuzato, Kimitaka (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Fischer, Sabine (EUISS, France)
CANCELLED: Trenin, Dmitri (Carnegie Moscow Center, Russian Federation)


PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: VI.01 RUSSIAN RESOURCES: ALTERNATIVE METAPHYSICAL (UNIVERSAL) APPROACHES FROM THE FUTURE
                                                                                                                       Room 252
CHAIR: Tasic, Milan (University of Nis, Serbia) DISCUSSANT: Visnovsky, Emil (Comenius University, Slovakia)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kaltchev, Ivan (Bulgarian Philosophical Association, Bulgaria)
The universal and national as values and models of development
Khroutski, Konstantin (Novgorod State University, Russian Federation)
Biocosmological (metaphysical universal) approach to Russian resources
Smajs, Josef (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Evolutionary Ontology - A New Intellectual Paradigm for the 21st Century


PANEL: VI.02 RUSSIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH UNDER THE NEW WORLD ECONOMIC ORDER (1)
                                                                                                             Room 453
CHAIR: Belkindas, Misha (World Bank, United States) DISCUSSANT: Hanson, Philip (Chatham House, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Tabata, Shinichiro (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Russia's Economic Growth Model in Comparison with China and India
Kuboniwa, Masaaki (Hitotsubashi University, Japan)
Growth and Structure of the Russian Economy: Then and Now
Gavrilenkov, Evgeny (Troika Dialog, Russian Federation)
External Constraints Reshape Russia's Economy


CANCELLED: PANEL: VI.03 MODERNISATION AS TRADITION, TRADITION AS MODERNISATION (ROUNDTABLE)
The panel is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
                                                                                                      Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Öberg, Johan (Gothenburg University, Sweden)

PANELISTS:
Lev Rubinstein, poet, critic, essayist (Russian Federation)
Ekaterina Diogot, art critic, art historian, curator (Russian Federation)
Lyudmila Petrushevskaya, playwright, novelist, poet, singer (Russian Federation)
Lars Kleberg, professor of Russian litterature, specialist in Soviet modernist literature and theatre (Södertörn University,
Sweden)




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PANEL: VI.04 UKRAINIAN POLITICS I
                                                                                                                   Room 454
CHAIR: Semenii, Oleksii (Associate expert, ICPS Kyiv, Ukraine)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Jakob, Hedenskog (Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden)
The Ukrainian Power Structures - Political and Regional Preferences in times of Uncertainty
Gretskiy, Igor (School of International Relations SpbSU, Russian Federation)
Five Years after the Orange Revolution: Assessing Ukraine's Post-Revolutionary Agenda
Kovalova, Alla (National Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
SOCIAL COHESION PROBLEM IN UKRAINE


PANEL: VI.05 VELIMIR KHLEBNIKOV'S ART AND THOUGHT AS A PARADIGM OF INTERCULTURAL CONTACTS
                                                                                                               Room 253
CHAIR: Weststeijn, Willem G. (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) DISCUSSANT: Maiorova, Olga (University of Michigan,
United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Parnis, Aleksandr (Russ. State Archive of Literature & Art, Russian Federation)
On the History of How the Longer Poem "Tiran Without Te" Was Created (Russian)
Lanne, Jean-Claude (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France)
Paradigms and cultural transfers in Velimir Khlebnikov's thought and work (Russian)
Baran, Henryk (University at Albany, SUNY, United States)
Russo-Indian Cultural Syncretism in V. Khlebnikov's Writings


PANEL: VI.06 BETWEEN RECONCILIATION AND THE REACTIVATION OF PAST CONFLICTS IN EUROPE: RETHINKING SOCIAL MEMORY PARADIGMS.
PANEL 2: INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS AND EUROPEAN CONDITIONALITY NORMS OF RECONCILIATION: POLICIES OF MEMORY REPRESENTATION
                                                                                                                   Room 352
CHAIR: Mink, Georges (ISP-CNRS, France) DISCUSSANT: Mouralis, Guillaume (ISP Nanterre University, France)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Raimundo, Filipa (European University Institute, Italy)
Re-opening old debates in consolidated democracies: transitional justice or post-transitional justice?
Neumayer, Laure (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France)
Creating European norms of reconciliation: the involvement of the Council of Europe and the OSCE in the controversy on the
Hungarian Status Law
NEW: Bonnard, Pascal (CERI - Sciences Po Paris, France)
Producing Ethnicity through Mobilization of Collective Memory of the Soviet Past. A Case Study in Latvia's School System
(Paper IX.11.1)
NEW: Perchoc, Philippe (Sciences-Po, France)
History as a tool for foreign policy in the Baltic States after Independence (Paper IX.11.3)
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL I.15: Paper VI.06.1, Matonyte, Irmina (Institute for Social Research, Lithuania)
Memory games in Lithuania: the Elites and their Memory Referents (Paper VI.06.1)




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PANEL: VI.07 FRIEND, FOE OR NEITHER? STEREOTYPES AND ENEMY IMAGES IN AND ABOUT CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA
                                                                                                              Room 357
CHAIR: Rytövuori-Apunen, Helena (Tampere Peace Research Institute, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Malinova, Olga (Russian
Academy of Sciences INION RAN, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Russell, John (University of Bradford, UK, United Kingdom)
‘Bad’ Europeans or ‘good’ Eurasianists? The Western media's understanding, and misunderstandings, of Russians.
Taras, Raymond (Tulane University, United States)
Russophobic foreign policy in Poland: An elite or citizen artifact? From the Kaczynskis' leadership to the Civic Platform policies.
Petersson, Bo (Lund University, Sweden)
Russian Public Images of the United States under Yeltsin, Putin and Medvedev


PANEL: VI.08 GEOGRAPHY AND SOCIOLOGY OF THE CENTRAL ASIAN MIGRATION FIELD: A MACRO APPROACH
                                                                                                            Room 461
CHAIR: Mouradian, Claire (CNRS-CERCEC, France) NEW DISCUSSANT: Abashin, S, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian
Federation) (CANCELLED: Reeves, Madeleine, University of Manchester, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
De Tapia, Stéphane (CNRS, France)
Central Asia: a Part of the Turkish Migratory Field? (French)
Hohmann, Sophie (CERCEC/EHESS, France)
Labour migrations and social change in post-war Tajikistan
CANCELLED: Fumagalli, Matteo (Central European University, Hungary)
Post-Soviet Migration and its Impact on Russian-Central Asian Relations
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL II.06: Paper VI.08.3, Thorez, Julien (CNRS, France)
Central Asian migrations between post-colonial and global dynamics: a view from Uzbekistan (Russian)


PANEL: VI.09 SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND TRUST IN RUSSIAN FOREST SECTOR
                                                                                                                    Room 451
CHAIR: Nysten-Haarala, Soili (University of Joensuu, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Pappila, Minna (University of Turku, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kulyasova, Antonina (Centre for Independent Social Research, Russian Federation)
Kulyasov, Ivan (Centre for Independent Social Research, Russian Federation)
Social Responsibility in Russian Forest Sector: Local Expectations and Global Strategies
Tysiachniouk, Maria (Center for Independent Social Research, Russian Federation)
Personal and impersonal trust along the supply chain- Stora Enso case study
Matilainen, Anna-Maija (University of Joensuu, Finland)
Pappila, Minna (University of Turku, Finland)
Social and ecological responsibility, self-regulation and law in the Russian forest sector




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PANEL: VI.11 MEMORY POLITICS AND THE USE OF HISTORY II
                                                                                                                Room 355
CHAIR: Anu-Mai Köll (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Hovi, Tuomas (University of Turku, France)
Dracula tourism in Romania: negotiation between East and West.
Koshino, Go (Hokkaido University, Japan)
The Chernobyl Disaster in Contemporary Belarusian Culture
Oylupinar, Huseyin (University of Alberta, Canada)
Return of the Cossacks: Kozak Regiments and the Making of Identity and Memory in Contemporary Ukraine
NEW: Chikovani, Nino (I.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia)
Overcoming Conflicting Histories – the Way towards Cooperation (The Case of Georgia)(Paper XIII.12.5)
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL I.02: Paper VI.11.1, Fröhlig, Florence (Södertörn Högskola, Sweden)
Transcending European Heritage. The Soviet prison camp of Tambov: Social production of memory and memorial acting
CANCELLED: Zarrilli, Luca (Università "G. D'Annunzio", Italy)
Cappucci, Marianna (Università "G. D'Annunzio", Italy)
At the Foot of the Ararat:Cultural Landscape and National Identity in Armenian Tourism


PANEL: VI.12 CATALOGUING AND PUBLICATION OF SLAVIC MANUSCRIPTS
                                                                                                                 Room 254
CHAIR: Löfstrand, Elisabeth (Slavic Languages and Literatures, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Birgegård, Ulla (Uppsala University,
Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Granberg, Antoaneta (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Ambrosiani, Per (Umeå University, Sweden)
Electronic descriptions and cataloguing of Slavic manuscripts and Early printed books in Swedish repositories
Miltenova, Anissava (Institut of Literature Bulgarian Academy, Bulgaria)
Repertorium of Old Bulgarian Literature and Letters and Digital Libraries
Löfstrand, Elisabeth (Slavic Languages and Literatures, Sweden)
The Novgorod Occupation Archives: experiences from a catalogue project
Åkerman Sarkisian, Karine (Uppsala University, Sweden)
(Re)Constructing a Saint's Life in an Electronic Edition (Russian)


PANEL: VI.14 RUSSIA’S GREAT WAR IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, 1914–1922: THE CENTENNIAL REAPPRAISAL (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                Room 353
PANELISTS:
Heywood, Anthony (University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
Novikova, Liudmila (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Frame, Murray (University of Dundee, United Kingdom)
McDonald, David (University of Wisconsin–Madison, United States)
Steinberg, John W. (Georgia Southern University, United States)
von Hagen, Mark (Arizona State University, United States)




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PANEL: VI.15 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL ASIA DURING POST SOVIET PERIOD -FROM PERSPECTIVES OF HEALTH CARE, ICT AND EDUCATION
                                                                                                                      Room 356
CHAIR: Otani, Junko (Osaka University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Ablimi, Rizwan (Kyushu University, China)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kawano, Asuka (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Educational Role of Local Community and Social Development in Post Soviet Central Asia
Otani, Junko (Osaka University, Japan)
Health indicators in Central Asia: Prevalence rates of HIV/AIDS and of smoking as Human Development Index (HDI) issues in
the Region
Osugi, Takuzo (Kyushu University, Japan)
Social development needs in ICT sector in Central Asia: From the viewsof Human Security and the Millennium Development
Goals (MDGs)

PANEL: VI.16 THE GRAMMAR OF POSSESSIVITY IN SOUTH SLAVIC LANGUAGES: AREAL AND TYPOLOGICAL APPROACHES
                                                                                                                 Room 255
CHAIR: Nomachi, Motoki (Hokkaido University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Soboljev, Andrej (Institute for Linguistic Research of the
Russian Academy of, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mitkovska, Liljana (FON University, Skopje, Makedonia)
COMPETITION BETWEEN NOMINAL POSSESSIVE CONSTRUCTIONS AND THE POSSESSIVE DATIVE IN MACEDONIAN
Lipovšek, Franciška (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia)
External Possession in Slovene: Two Constructions - Two Meanings?
Miloradovic, Sofija (Institute of Serbian Language SASA, Serbia)
EXPRESSING POSSESSIVITY IN SERBIAN VERNACULARS – A REFLEXION OF THE TREND OF ANALYTIZATION (Russian)


PANEL: VI.17 WORLD POLITICS OF EDUCATION IN RUSSIA
                                                                                                               Room 359
CHAIR: Ortmann, Stefanie (University of Sussex, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Umland, Andreas (Catholic University of
Eichstaett, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Gluschkoff, Jaana (University of Helsinki, Finland)
New challenges in European higher education
Piattoeva, Nelli (University of Tampere, Finland)
Teachers as intermediaries of patriotic education.
Mäkinen, Sirke (University of Tampere, Finland)
Geopolitics education in Russian universities - worldviews for future generations.


PANEL: VI.18 RUSSIAN MEDIA IN A STABILIZATION DECADE AND WITH A NEW ECONOMIC CRISIS
                                                                                                                   Room 361
CHAIR: Nordenstreng, Kaarle (University of Tampere, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Pietiläinen, Jukka (University of Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Pasti, Svetlana (University of Tampere, Finland)
Chernysh, Mikhail (Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy, Russian Federation)
Journalists in Smaller Cities of Russia: Are They Different?
Koikkalainen, Katja (Aleksanteri Institute, Finland)
Foreign brands in Russian magazine market
Dmitry, Yagodin (University of Tampere, Finland)
Factors affecting bloggers' political activity in the case of Russian LiveJournal




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PANEL: VI.19 EUROPEAN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS II - THE CASE OF EASTERN EUROPE
                                                                                                                    Room 459
CHAIR: Gill, Graeme (University of Sydney, Australia)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Normann, Christine (University of Trier, Germany)
Is there potential for a common German-Polish engagement in the context of the EU´s policy towards Eurasia?
Kirschbaum, Stanislav J. (York University, Glendon College, Canada)
Slovakia in the European Union: National Retrenchment or Wider Cooperation?
Dautancourt, Vincent (University of Paris 8, France)
The city of Tallinn: regional connections and European ambitions
Houbenova-Delisivkova, Tatiana (Institute of Economics, Belgium)
The Economic Relations of Bulgaria with Russia in the context of the European Integration
CANCELLED : Blondel, Cyril (Ecole Polytechnique Université de Tours, France)
May cross-border cooperation promoted by the EU conduct to Interethnic Reconciliation in the Western Balkans? (French)


PANEL: VI.20 TOTALITARIAN POLITICAL DISCOURSE – TOLERANCE AND INTOLERANCE
                                                                                                                    Room 351
CHAIR: Hedin, Tora (Stockholm University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Pöppel, Ludmila (Stockholm University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kress, Beatrix (University of Hildesheim, Germany)
Is there a totalitarian language in non-totalitarian states?
Kuße, Holger (TU Dresden, Germany)
Emotive signs and evaluation in totalitarian language
Woldt, Claudia (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
Deontic modality in political discourse - Expressions of tolerance and intolerance in Czech parliamentary debates before and
after 1989
Gammelgaard, Karen (University of Oslo, Norway)
Why study totalitarian discourse?




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WEDNESDAY, JULY 28                                                13:30-15:00

CULTURAL PROGRAMME:

EURASIA AS A FILMIC ASSEMBLAGE I
The programme is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
                                                                                                      Room: The Auditorium
A series of unique documentary and newsreel film screenings arranged in cooperation with the Russian State Archive of Film
and Photo Documents (RGAKFD, Krasnogorsk). The series includes documentary and newsreel materials produced by various
Soviet film studios throughout the Soviet period. The films have been selected by Elena Kolikova (RGAKFD) and Naum
Kleiman (Central State Film Museum, Moscow). The programme will be introduced by Elena Kolikova.


PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: VII.02 PROBLEMS OF LEGAL CULTURE IN UKRAINE AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
                                                                                                                  Room 351
CHAIR: Baller, Oesten (FHVR, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Fogelklou, Anders (University of Uppsala, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Dubenko, Svitlana (National Academy of Public Administration, Ukraine)
Problems of Legal Regulation of Principle of Political Neutrality of Public servants in Ukraine (Russian)
Plakhotniuk, Nataliia (National Academy of Public Administration, Ukraine)
Arguments as to Legal Relationship Connected with Voting Process as a Subject for Consideration by Administrative Courts
(Russian)
Gritsenko, Elena (State University St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
The Constitution of the Russian Federation: Problems of direct applicability (Russian)


CANCELLED: PANEL: VII.05 DYNAMICS OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE AT THE BEGINNING OF XXI CENTURY
                                                                                                                  Room 352
CHAIR: Garzonio, Stefano (University of Pisa, Italy) DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Denissova, Galina (Dipartimento di Linguistica, Italy)
Russian Contemporary Literature and Visual Culture (Russian)
Fateeva, Natalia (The Institute of the Russian Language, Russian Federation)
Grammatical neologisms in the modern poetry: motivation, status, frequency


CANCELLED: PANEL: VII.06 POPULATION AND HEALTH IN EASTERN EUROPE AND POST-SOVIET SPACE I
                                                                                                               Room 453
CHAIR: Mäkinen, Ilkka Henrik (Södertörn University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Rodin, Johhny (Södertörn University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XI.10: Krumins, Juris (University of Latvia, Latvia)
Health and challenges for further socio-demographic development: similarities and diferences between Estonia, Latvia,
Lithuania and other CEE countries
Mäkinen, Ilkka Henrik (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Stickley, Andrew (SCOHOST; Södertörn University, Sweden)
The Demographic Crisis as a Process: The Case of Russia in the 1990s




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PANEL: VII.07 RUSSIAN DISCOURSES OF CONSPIRACY
                                                                                              Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Heathershaw, John (University of Exeter, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Sakwa, Richard (University of Kent at
Canterbury, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Feklyunina, Valentina (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Russia as a Besieged Fortress: The Kremlin's Response to Western Criticism
Laruelle, Marlene (Central Asia and Caucasus Institute, United States)
EUPHEMIZING RACISM: CONSPIRACY THEORIES, ALTERNATIVE HISTORY AND NEW ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES IN RUSSIA
Ortmann, Stefanie (University of Sussex, United Kingdom)
"Russia in danger" - conspiracy theories as counter-narrative to the rise of Russia as Great Power


PANEL: VII.09 RUSSIA'S OTHER SPACES
                                                                                                                  Room 254
NEW CHAIR: Platt, Jonathan Brooks (University of Helsinki, Finland) (CANCELLED: Baschmakoff, Natalia, University of
Joensuu, Finland) CANCELLED DISCUSSANT: Ungurianu, Dan (Vassari College, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Van Baak, Joost (Groningen University, Netherlands)
Rereading Russian Space: The Shapes of Anxiety and Confidence?
Bershtein, Evgenii (Reed College, United States)
An Englishman in the Russian Bathhouse: Mikhail Kuzmin, Vasilii Rozanov, and the Historical Poetics of Russian Gay Literature.
Turoma, Sanna (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Aksyonov's 'Ostrov Krym': a Heterotopic Antiutopia?
YANG Min-Jong (Busan National University, Republic of Korea)
Anatoly Kim and his Kovonzil Literatury

PANEL: VII.11 TEACHING EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES: ONSITE VERSUS ONLINE PROGRAMS (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                     Room 359
CHAIR: Segbers, Klaus (Freie Universitet Berlin, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Stojanovic, Arlett (Freie Universitet Berlin, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Stojanovic, Arlett (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
A student’s perspective: Studying East European studies online
Segbers, Klaus (Freie Universitet Berlin, Germany)
Conceiving East European studies both onsite and online
Catharine Nepomnyashchy (Columbia University, United States)
Teaching East European studies both online and onsite
Gulnaz Sharafutdinova (Miami University, United States)
Teaching East European studies both online and onsite
Andrey Makarychev (Civil Service Academy, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation)
Teaching East European studies both online and onsite




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PANEL: VII.12 THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL PRACTICES IN FRONT OF PATRIOTIC DISCOURSES
                                                                                                                 Room 459
CHAIR: Oushakine, Serguei Alex (Princeton University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Le Huérou, Anne (Université le Havre
CERCEC, France)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Daucé, Françoise (Université Blaise-Pascal, France)
Adaptation to patriotic incentives in everyday life of Russian NGOs
Barsukova, Svetlana (High School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Patriotic speech and agricultural practices in Russia today (Russian)
Rousselet, Kathy (Sciences Po, CERI, CNRS, France)
Patriotism and Religion in Russia today


PANEL: VII.13 TRANSLATION AND STALINISM
                                                                                                              Room 253
CHAIR: Jensen, Peter Alberg (Stockholm University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Semenenko, Alexei (Södertörn University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Witt, Susanna (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Translation and Terror: The First All-union Conference of Translators, Moscow 1936
Chernetsky, Vitaly (Miami University, United States)
A Feast in the Time of Plague: Ukrainian Translations of Pushkin during the Stalin Era
Baer, Brian (Kent State University, United States)
Censorship, Invisibility, and the Closet: Translating Queer Texts in Stalinist Russia


PANEL: VII.14 WHAT WAS THE DIRECTION OF DEVELOPMENT OF CZECHOSLOVAK POLITICS IN 1930S, AND WHERE DID THE THREAT TO DEMOCRACY
COME FROM?
                                                                                                                   Room 356
CHAIR: Vorácek, Emil (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic) DISCUSSANT: Sato, Yukino (University of
Sendai, Japan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Pehr, Michal (Masaryk`s Institute, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
Proposals from the right-wing and Roman Catholic circles to reform democracy in the interwar Czechoslovakia (German)
Brenner, Christiane (Collegium Carolinum, Germany)
Czech Communists between World Revolution and State Loyalty
Zimmermann, Volker (Collegium Carolinum, Germany)
Failed Conflict Management? Minority Politics in the First Czechoslovak Republic
CANCELLED: Perzi, Niklas (Waldviertel Akademie, Austria)
Democracy in Austria between 1918 - 1938 (German)




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PANEL: VII.15 EUROPEAN RUSSIAN ASIAN RESOURCES: ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES FROM THE FUTURE
                                                                                                              Room 252
CHAIR: Khroutski, Konstantin (Novgorod State University, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Takahashi, Takao (Kumamoto
University, Japan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Guja, Cornelia (Member of Academy of Romanian Scientists, Romania)
INFORMATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY - FOR THE INTEGRATIVE EURASIAN DEVELOPMENT
Heusser, Peter (University of Witten/Herdecke, Germany)
Goethes scientific method as a basis for a humanistic renewal of medical anthropology in a post-reductionist era of globalized
science
Uejima, Kayo (Kumamoto University, Japan)
Nous-Self Concept as the integrative ethical global direction for the modern scientific development


PANEL: VII.16 GEOPOLITICAL PROSPECTS OF EURASIA UNDER THE CONDITION OF AN COMPETITIVE COOPERATION AMONG GREAT POWERS
                                                                                                                 Room 461
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: Feng, Shaolei (East China Normal University, China)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Rakhimov, Mirzokhid (The Institute of History of Uzbek AS, Uzbekistan)
Central Eurasia: prospects for multilateral partnership
Yang, Cheng (Center for Russian Studies, China)
SCO and the Emerging Balance of Power in Eurasia
Kemoklidze, Nino (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
NATIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION AND THE COMPLEXITIES OF SECESSION: THE CASES OF KOSOVO, ABKHAZIA, AND SOUTH
OSSETIA


PANEL: VII.17 WOMEN'S HISTORY, CULTURE AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN RUSSIA: ON THE CROSSROAD OF CIVILIZATION
                                                                                                             Room 361
CHAIR: Trofimova, Elena (Moscow University, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Iarskaia-Smirnova, Elena (Moscow Higher
School of Economics, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Pushkareva, Natalia L'vovna (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
Women’s History in Russia: Status and Perspectives between Eastern Traditionalism and Western Feminism
Trofimova, Elena (Moscow University, Russian Federation)
Gender Lexicon: Western Terminology in Russian Context and Problems of Adaptation (Russian)
Holmgren, Beth (Duke University, United States)
Dvadtsat' let vpered? Istoria fil'ma o sovremennom russkom feminizmeTwenty years forward? The backstory of a new film on
modern Russian feminism (Russian)


PANEL: VII.18 THE BARENTS REGION: THE END OF HISTORY OR THE BEGINNING?
                                                                                                                Room 353
NEW CHAIR: Kangaspuro, Markku (University of Helsinki, Finland) (CANCELLED: Karlsson, Klas-Göran, Lund University,
Sweden) NEW DISCUSSANT: Mats-Olov Olsson (Umeå University, Sweden) (CANCELLED: Niemi, Einar (Tromsö University,
Norway)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Solomeshch, Ilya (Petrozavodsk State University, Russian Federation)
Confronting Rhetoric and Practice: The Barents Region as the History in the Making?
Elenius, Lars (Luleå University of Technology, Sweden)
The Barents region as a result of European transition to second modernisation
Lähteenmäki, Maria (University of Joensuu, Finland)
Petsamo: Finland's Lost Potential to the Arctic


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PANEL: VII.19 VARIOUS ASPECTS OF COLD WAR CULTURE
                                                                                                              Room 355
CHAIR: Rindzeviciute, Egle (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Kohonen, Iina (University of Art and Design, Helsinki, Finland)
Cold War, Cosmic Utopia and Soviet Photographic Propaganda
Tillberg, Margareta (Max Planck Institute for the History of, Germany)
Design in the USSR: collaboration for compatibility within and beyond the Eastern Bloc
Usmanov, Nail (Birsk State Pedagogical Academy, Russian Federation)
The Unusual Meal of Russians in the Great Famine of 1921-1923 (Russian)
CANCELLED: Lipkin, Mikhail (Institute of World History of RAS, Russian Federation)
The Soviet Union and world economic order: 1950-s – 1980s


PANEL: VII.20 CIVIL SOCITEY II: EASTERN EUROPE
                                                                                                              Room 454
CHAIR: Yurchuk, Yuliya (Baltic and East European Graduate School, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Blomberg, Franziska (European-University Viadrina, Germany)
External Democracy Promotion and the Impact of Ethno-Nationally Fragmented Civil Society on Democratic Consolidation
Buzalka, Juraj (Comenius University, Slovakia)
Agrarian Tolerance and Civil Society in Eastern Europe
Brusylovska, Olga (Odessa National University, Ukraine)
Transformation of Eastern European mentality: between nationalist and liberal ideas


PANEL: VII.21 ON ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES II
                                                                                                              Room 255
CHAIR: Malle, Silvana (University of Verona, Italy)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Mañé-Estrada, Aurelia (G.A.T.E. - University of Barcelona, Spain)
De La Cámara, Carmen (GATE - University of Barcelona, Spain)
Central Asia: Towards a New Pattern of Energy Relations?
Treshchenkov, Evgeny (St.Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Energy Dimension of European Union's 'Eastern Partnership' (Russian)
Zeleneva, Irina (St.Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
“New Geometry” of Energy Unions within the Eurasian Space: A Russian Viewpoint. (Russian)
Hrisoskulov, Hristofor (WWU Münster, Germany)
ENERGY SECURITY IN THE BALTIC AND THE BLACK SEA REGIONS
CANCELLED: Prodromidou, Alexandra (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Continuity and change in Russian Foreign Energy Policy in the Caspian region




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PANEL: VII.22 RUSSIA'S REGIONS: ETHNOCULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS, ETHNIC CONFLICTS AND POLICY
                                                                                                                Room 451
CHAIR: Williams, Christopher (University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Zagrebin, Alexei (Udmurt
Institute of History and Language and Literature, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Istomin, Kirill (Max Planck Inst. for Soc. Anthropolology, Germany)
The Impact of Economic Transformations upon Reindeer Herding Technology in the North-East of European Russia/ Western
Siberia.
Fryer, Paul (University of Joensuu, Finland)
Indigenous competition and conflict in the Kola North.
Vorontsov, Vladimir (Udmurt State University, Russian Federation)
Ethno-national policy in the Udmurt Republic (Russian)
Shabaev, Yuri (Institute Language, Literature,History, Russian Federation)
The ethnic conflicts and cultural transformation at the European North of Russia (Russian)


PANEL: VII.23 PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN TRANSITION: WHAT DID CHANGE IN 2000S?
                                                                                                             Room 357
CHAIR: Ledeneva, Alena (University College London, United Kingdom) CANCELLED DISCUSSANT: Guglielmetti, Chiara
(University of Trento, Italy)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Grødeland, Åse Berit (Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway)
Fighting Public Procurement Corruption in Post-communist states: Obstacles and Solutions.
Yakovlev, Andrei (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Who and why did participate in public procurement in Russia before and after 2006: evidences from enterprises surveys
Kuznetsova, Irina (School of of Economics, Russian Federation)
New regulation in public procurement and monitoring of compliance with requirements: bad implementation of good idea?
(Russian)




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WEDNESDAY, JULY 28                                               15:30-17:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: VIII.01 AFTER-LIFE: IDEOLOGEMS, MYTHS, GENRES, TOPOI OF THE RUSSIAN SILVER AGE IN THE SOVIET CULTURE (1920-1950)
                                                                                                                       Room 359
CHAIR: Bogomolov, Nikolay (Moscow State University, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Garzonio, Stefano (University of
Pisa, Italy)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Spivak, Monika (State Museum of A.S. Pushkin, Russian Federation)
The Attempts to Revive the Traditions of Symbolism Book Publishing in Soviet Russia: A.Block, A.Bely, V.Ivanov and the
"Alkonost" Case (Russian)
Odesskiy, Mikhail (Russian State University for Humanities, Russian Federation)
From Silver Age Occultism towards Soviet Science (Alexander Bogdanov’s Case) (Russian)
Segal, Dimitri, Segal (Rudnik), Nina (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
The Topoi of the Lyrical Subject in The Silver Age and Beyond (Russian)

PANEL: VIII.02 RUSSIAN EASTERN RESOURCES: ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES FROM THE FUTURE
                                                                                                              Room 252
CHAIR: Takahashi, Takao (Kumamoto University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Orlov, Igor (Higher School of Economics, Russian
Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Lee, Kyong Wan (Russia-CIS institute, Korea University, Republic of Korea)
Christian ecological approach to Russian-Korean resource cooperation (human, climate, energy, agriculture) for resource
security in Asian-Pacific Region
Khalilov, Rahid (Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Azerbaijan)
Harmony Philosophy and the New World-Ordering Principles
CANCELLED: Yoo, Kwon Jong (Chung-ang University, Republic of Korea)
A Perspective with the Humanities to Russian-Korean Resources Cooperation


PANEL: VIII.03 URBAN, RURAL AND IMPERIAL LANDSCAPES IN IMPERIAL RUSSIA
                                                                                                                  Room 356
CHAIR: Autio-Sarasmo, Sari (Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland) CANCELLED: DISCUSSANT: Sunderland,
Willard (University of Cincinati, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Waldron, Peter (University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)
Landscapes of the mind: Russians and the empire in the nineteenth century
Moon, David (Durham University, United Kingdom)
Perceptions of the Landscape of the Russian Steppes from Herodotus to Peter Pallas
Ely, Christopher (Florida Atlantic University, United States)
Space as Power: Radical Populism and the Landscape of Reform-Era St. Petersburg




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CANCELLED: PANEL: VIII.04 DEALING WITH THE TRAUMATIC PAST II
                                                                                                                    Room 459
CHAIR: Miklóssy, Katalin (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Kangaspuro, Markku (University of Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL II.18: Stoyanova, Nadezhda (Independent Scholar/ UCL alumna, Bulgaria)
Securitising Identities in South-Eastern Europe: The Power of Exclusion


PANEL: VIII.05 PAST AS PROLOGUE: THE HISTORY AND/OR PROJECTED FUTURE OF SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS ( PART 1)
                                                                                                                    Room 254
CHAIR: Pennell, Daniel M. (University of Pittsburgh, United States) DISCUSSANT: Wirtz, Gudrun (Bavarian State Library,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Leich, Harold (The Library of Congress, United States)
Russian Collections at the Library of Congress: Past, Present, Future
Grba, Milan (British Library, United Kingdom)
History and development of the British Library Serbian Collections: notes on methodological challenges and the identification
of various sources for the writing of a historical overview
Kreslins, Janis (Royal Swedish Library, Sweden)
Vicissitudes of ephemarality and materiality: A century of historical thresholds for Baltic collection and identity development


PANEL: VIII.06 RESEARCHING WOMEN'S LIVES: OFFICIAL PERSPECTIVES AND LIVED EXPERIENCE (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                      Room 361
PANELISTS:
Ilic, Melaine (University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom)
Attwood, Lynne (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
Buckley, Mary (Hughes Hall Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Carlbäck, Helene (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Fiebig, Sabina (University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom)
Leinarte, Dalia (Vilnius University, Lithuania)

CANCELLED: PANEL: VIII.07 RUSSIAN LITERATURE OF THE 1920S: BETWEEN WEST AND EAST
                                                                                                             Room 355
CHAIR: Jangfeldt, Bengt (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Terekhina, Vera (Russian Academy of
Sciences, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
CANCELLED: Belobrovtseva, Irina (Tallinn University, Estonia)
Young Russian Émigré Literary Critics about Soviet Literature (Russian)
Icin, Kornelija (Faculty of Philology, Serbia)
About soviet scripts of 1920s (Russian)




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PANEL: VIII.08 ART AND POLITICS: TENDENCIES IN POST-SOVIET RUSSIAN ART AND LITERATURE
                                                                                                              Room 253
CHAIR: Olofsson, Kerstin (Stockholm University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Ågren, Mattias (Stockholm University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Olofsson, Kerstin (Stockholm University, Sweden)
“Asan” by Vladimir Makanin
Bodin, Per-Arne (Stockholm University, Sweden)
The poet Dmitry Prigov before and after the collapse of the Soviet Union
Steinholt, Yngvar (Tromso University, Norway)
Russian rock: From youth culture to music of official representation
DE-CANCELLED: Engström, Maria (Uppsala University, Sweden
Eurasian Empire in Contemporary Russian Art (Russian)
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PANEL: VIII.09 BALTIKUM: WRITING THE HISTORY OF A EUROPEAN REGION FROM MULTIPLE NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
                                                                                                                Room 353
CHAIR: Lawaty, Andreas (University of Hamburg, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Kaljundi, Linda (Tallinn University, Estonia)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Brüggemann, Karsten (University of Tallinn, Estonia)
The History of 'Baltikum' and cultural history
Maier, Konrad (Nordost-Institut, Germany)
The History of Baltikum in Transnational and International Perspectives
Tuchtenhagen, Ralph (Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany)
Politics and Religion in the History of Baltikum


PANEL: VIII.10 BOYCOTTING THE STATE OR SURVIVING THE STATE? TRANSNATIONAL NETWORKS AND PARALLEL PRACTICES AROUND THE BORDER
OF ILLEGALITY IN POST-SOCIALIST SPACES
                                                                                                                   Room 461
CHAIR: Bettina Bruns, (Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Bernabe, Sabine (Catholic University of
Leuven, Belgium)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Karjanen, David (University of Minnesota, United States)
Tapping the Veins of El Dorado: Heroin Economies, Trafficking, and the Acceleration of Neoliberal Capitalism in Slovakia
Polese, Abel (Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Ukraine)
Living the state or surviving the state? Informal socio-economic networks, ‘illegal actions’, and their role in everyday life in
Turkey and Ukraine
Weiss, Andrea (MC Curie Soc Anth fellow, Hungary)
Networks in Grey: Favours and State-Making in Georgia
Round, John; Rodgers, Peter; Williams C. (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Surviving post-socialism: the role of the informal economy in Ukraine




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CANCELLED: PANEL: VIII.11 CENTRAL ASIAN POLITICS
                                                                                                                   Room 462
CHAIR: Håstad, Disa (Former Correspondent, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XV.03 : Paper VIII.11.1, Fauve, Adrien (Sciences Po (Paris, France), France)
Astana: Heart of Eurasia? Identity Politics and Urbanism in post-soviet Kazakhstan
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL I.16: Paper VIII.11.3, Satybaldieva, Elmira (University of Kent, United Kingdom)
Theorising State – Society Relations in Central Asia: The Case of Ayil Okmotus and Aksakals in Kyrgyzstan.
CANCELLED: Rustemova, Assel (Rutgers University, United States)
Governmentality in Central Asia: Regional Cooperation
CANCELLED: Burkhanov, Aziz (Indiana University, United States)
Measuring Presidential Powers in Post-Soviet Area: Formal and Informal Rule


PANEL: VIII.12 CENTRAL EUROPEAN STATES AND AGENDA SETTING IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
                                                                                                                 Room 357
CHAIR: Berry, Richard (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Gallai, Sandor (Corvinus University of Budapest,
Hungary)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
McManus, Clare (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Poland's influence on the European Parliament's legislation
Kuyumdzhieva, Albena (Royal Holloway, University of London, Bulgaria)
The CEE countries as anticorruption legislators? The main driving forces behind the new EU anticorruption agenda
Butler, Eamonn (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Hungary and agenda setting in European Union minority rights policy: The importance of the European Parliament


PANEL: VIII.13 IMAGINED CARTOGRAPHIES: THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOVIET SPACE IN TEXT AND IMAGE
                                                                                                            Room 255
CHAIR: Maxe, Olga (The Russian Service Radio Sweden, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Maxe, Olga (The Russian Service Radio
Sweden, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Nicholas, Mary (Lehigh University, United States)
Mapping the Early Russian Production Novel
Ruder, Cynthia (University of Kentucky, United States)
Imagined or Real?: The Moscow Canal and the Port of Five Seas
Pankenier, Sara (Wellesley College, United States)
Nabokov's North: Forgery, Paleography, Cartography
CANCELLED: Baron, Nick (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
Mapping the Soviet: Stalinist Cartography and Visual Culture, 1930s to 1953




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CANCELLED: PANEL: VIII.14 ON FINANCIAL MARKETS
                                                                                                                      Room 454
CHAIR: TBA

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XV.21: Paper VIII.14.2. Komilov, Sobir (Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia)
Financial System of Uzbekistan: perspectives and challenges
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XV.21: Paper VIII.14.3, Viktorov, Ilya (Stockholm University, Sweden)
The development of Russian financial market and its institutional actors: From the fall of the Soviet Union to the financial
crisis 2008
CANCELLED: Denisova-Schmidt, Elena (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)
Cross-Cultural Management in Russia


PANEL: VIII.15 PERESTROIKA AND NEW THINKING REASSESSED
                                                                                                Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Holmes, Leslie (University of Melbourne, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Hedlund, Stefan (Uppsala University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Matlock, Jack (Institute for Advanced Study, United States)
Perestroika as Viewed from Washington, 1985-1991
Brown, Archie (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Did Gorbachev as General Secretary become a social democrat?
Newton, Julie (American University of Paris, France)
European Reactions to New Thinking and Perestroika


PANEL: VIII.17 RELIGIONS AND CULTURAL GEOPOLITICS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
                                                                                                                Room 351
CHAIR: Park, Hye Kyung (Hallym UniversityRepublic of Korea) DISCUSSANT: Smith, David (University of Glasgow, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Matsuzato, Kimitaka (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Canonization, Obedience, and Defiance: Strategies for Survival of the Orthodox Communities in Transnistria, Abkhazia, and
South Ossetia
Nowak, Andrzej (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Competing victimhoods: Polish memories of Eastern European Empires
Marsh, Christopher (Baylor University, United States)
Religion after Atheism: A Comparison of the Revival of Religion in Russia and China


PANEL: VIII.18 THE ENERGY SECTOR AND POLITICAL REGIME STABILITY IN THE CASPIAN AREA
                                                                                                               Room 451
CHAIR: Pleines, Heiko (University of Bremen, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Schatz, Edward (University of Toronto, Canada)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kusznir, Julia (University of Regensburg, Germany)
The Interaction between Economic and Political Elites: A Case Study of the Energy Sector in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan
Heinrich, Andreas (University of Bremen, Germany)
Energy sector and political regime stability: an analytical framework
Denison, Michael Denison (Control Risks, United Kingdom)
Political stability and the energy sector. The case of Turkmenistan
Brauer, Birgit (The Economist, Kazakhstan)
The Political Economy of the Oil Industry in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan



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PANEL: VIII.20 THE LEGACY OF ALEXANDER ZINOVIEV
                                                                                                             Room 453
CHAIR: Teague, Elizabeth (Foreign & Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Lock, Grahame (Oxford
University, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Hanson, Philip (Chatham House, United Kingdom)
THE RUSSIAN TRAGEDY: THE DEFEAT OF SOVIETISM
Zinoviev, Olga (Zinoviev Scientific-Research Centre, Russian Federation)
Alexander Zinov'ev -- A Hero of Our Times (Russian)
Kirkwood, Mike (Self, Belgium)
The Importance of Ideology in the Works of Aleksandr Zinov’ev


PANEL: VIII.22 CHEKHOV AT WORK
                                                                                                              Room 352
CHAIR: John D. Elsworth (University of Manchester, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Kleberg, Lars (Stockholm University,
Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Jensen, Peter Alberg (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Chekhov’ situational narrative
Jedrzejkiewicz, Anna (Warsaw University, Poland)
Chekhov’s studies upon interpersonal communication (Russian)
Stepanov, Andrei (St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Chekhov's Creative Psychology and Generative Poetics (Russian)




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                                               Thursday, July 29, 2010


THURSDAY, JULY 29                                                 08:30-10:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: IX.01 FOREIGN POLICY IN CENTRAL ASIA IN AN EURASIAN CONTEXT
                                                                                                                Room 353
CHAIR: Digol, Diana (Institute for Peace Research and Security, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Gubaidullina, Mara (Kazakh National
Al-Farabi University, Kazakhstan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Digol, Diana (Institute for Peace Research and Security, Germany)
Russia’s foreign policy towards Central Asia: New patterns
Paramonov , Vladimir (State Institute for Oriental Studies, Uzbekistan)
Economic Involvement of Russia and China in Central Asia: Growing Importance of Cooperation with the Europe
Gubaidullina, Mara (Kazakh National Al-Farabi University, Kazakhstan)
Cooperation of the Central Asian States: Regional and European context of their foreign policy
Olimov, Muzaffar (SHARQ Research Center, Tajikistan)
Big-Power Politics and Tajikistan: Peace and security in Central Asia
CANCELLED: Fels, Enrico (University of Bonn, Germany)
Structures matter - Why Europe has failed so far in gaining a strong foothold in Central Asia
CANCELLED: Erkomaishvili, David (Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic)
Collective Defence and Credibility of Mutual Assistance in Central Asia


CANCELLED: Panel: IX.03 LEGALITY, CIRCULATION, BUSINESS, EDUCATION: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN CENTRAL ASIA
                                                                                                                  Room 453
CHAIR: Gaggiotti, Hugo (University of The West of England, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Duisengaliyeva, Mira (KIMEP,
Kazakhstan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Zamastil, Kristine (University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic)
Robertson, Robert (St. Leo, United States), Gaggiotti, Hugo (Bristol Business School, United Kingdom)
Legal issues in Higher Education, Lessons for Kazakhstan
Gaggiotti, Hugo (University of The West of England, United Kingdom)
Organising higher education and the urban world
Robertson, Robert (Sain Leo University, United States)
Diversification of the Kazakhstan Economy: Life After Oil


PANEL: IX.04 COUNTERINSURGENCY FROM THE GREAT WAR TO THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR: GERMAN AND SOVIET SOLUTIONS
                                                                                                                Room 356
CANCELLED CHAIR AND DISCUSSANT: Clifford, Lawrence (University of Massachusetts, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Statiev, Alex (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Evolution of the Soviet counterinsurgency doctrine from the Civil War to World War II
Shepherd, Ben (Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom)
Wehrmacht Counter-insurgency Warfare: The Legacy of World War One
Landis, Erik (Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom)
Domestic counterinsurgency in revolutionary times: the Russian civil war




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PANEL: IX.06 NATIONALISM AND NATIONAL IDENTITY III
                                                                                                                        Room 254
CHAIR: Ohayon, Isabelle (CNRS CERCEC, France)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Khamraeva Aubert, Asal (CERCEC, EHESS, France)
History of the construction of national borders – Uzbekistan’s shifting geography (French)
Petzer, Tatjana (ZfL Berlin/Universität Zürich, Germany)
Figures of Unity. The Impact of Integrative Models on the Organization of the Balkans
Dadabaeva, Gulnara (KIMEP, Kazakhstan)
Adibayeva, Aigul (KIMEP, dept. of International Relations, Kazakhstan)
Nationalism in modern Kazakhstan language policy (Russian)
CANCELLED: Juraev, Abdurahim (Khujand State University, Tajikistan)
National culture in the context of the process of the world globalizationThe presentation is aimed at considering the
peculiarities of the involvement of Tajikistan into global processes


PANEL: IX.08 MANAGING CIVIL SOCIETY? STATE-SOCIETY RELATIONSHIP IN RUSSIA
                                                                                                                        Room 357
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: White, Stephen (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ju, Jin-Sook (Paichai University, Republic of Korea)
Change of Democracy Discourse in Russia
Park, Soo-Heon (Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea)
State Rebuilding and Civil Society in Post-Soviet Russia
Kang, Yoonhee (Kookmin Univeristy, Republic of Korea)
Russian Way of Mananing Civil Society? A Comparative Perspective
Pape, Ulla (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
Civil society and the politics of HIV/AIDS in Russia


PANEL: IX.09 STATE VIOLENCE IN RUSSIA AND THE SOVIET UNION, 1900-1940
                                                                                                                Room 451
CANCELLED: CHAIR: Werth, Nicolas (National Center for Scientific Research, France) DISCUSSANT: Shearer, David (University
of Delaware, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Hoffmann, David (Ohio State University, United States)
Technologies and Practices of Soviet State Violence
Beer, Daniel (Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom)
Criminals into Citizens: The Coercive Transformation of the 'Socially Dangerous' in Revolutionary Russia
CANCELLED: Manning, Roberta (Boston College, United States)
The Mass Operations and the Great Purges




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PANEL: IX.10 THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE WELFARE STATE IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE AFTER THE FALL OF THE SOVIET REGIME
                                                                                                                     Room 459
CHAIR: Aidukaite, Jolanta (Vilnius University and Lithuanian Centre for Social Research, Lithuania) NEW DISCUSSANT:
Bennich-Björkman, Li (Uppsala University, Sweden) (CANCELLED: Hort, Sven E., Södertörn University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ainsaar, Mare (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Support of the society as factor of life satisfaction in West and East European countries
Beblavy, Miroslav (Comenius University, Slovakia)
Pension privatization after the storm: How the economic and financial crisis affected 2nd pension pillars in Central and
Eastern Europe
Guogis, Arvydas (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)
Kacevicius, Romualdas (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)
On the Direction of Development of Lithuanian Social Policy Model


PANEL: IX.11 BETWEEN RECONCILIATION AND THE REACTIVATION OF PAST CONFLICTS IN EUROPE: RETHINKING SOCIAL MEMORY PARADIGMS.
PANEL 3: MEMORY(IES) AND IDENTITY POLITICS
                                                                                                                   Room 352
NEW CHAIR: Neumayer, Laure (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France) (CANCELLED : Matonyte, Irmina, Institute for
Social Research, Lithuania) DISCUSSANT: Blaive, Muriel (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute - EHP, Austria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
NEW: Colin Lebedev, Anna (CERCEC EHESS, France)
Is there a place for personal experience in memory paradigms? A reflection based on the case of the veterans of the wars in
Afghanistan and Chechnya (Paper XIII.08.1)
NEW: Fainberg, Sarah (Georgetown University, United States)
The Uses and Abuses of Collective Memory: Pleading for a Common Paradigm and Lexicon for Memory Studies (Paper XIII.08.2)
NEW: Mink, Georges (ISP-CNRS, France)
NEW TITLE: Is There a Lack of Memory Paradigm? Political Science and the Analysis of Memory (Paper XIII.08.3)
NEW: Shapoval, Yurii (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine)
Memory of Holodomor in 1932-1933 in Ukraine: New Archives, new Discussions (Russian) (Paper XIII.08.4)
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL VI.06 : Paper IX.11.1, Bonnard, Pascal (CERI - Sciences Po Paris, France)
Producing Ethnicity through Mobilization of Collective Memory of the Soviet Past. A Case Study in Latvia's School System
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL I.15 : Paper IX.11.5, Kasperski, Tatiana (European Humanities University (Vilnius), Belarus)
The Chernobyl Nuclear Accident and the Identity Strategies in Ukraine and Belarus
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL VI.06 : Paper IX.11.3, Perchoc, Philippe (Sciences-Po, France)
History as a tool for foreign policy in the Baltic States after Independence
CANCELLED: Portnov, Andriy (Ukraina Moderna, Ukraine)
My paper is devoted to the comparison of the strategies and approaches to the "Great Patriotic War" representations in post-
Soviet Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine




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PANEL: IX.12 FROM THE POST-SOVIET TO EURASIAN INTEGRATION: THE WAY AHEAD FOR THE REGIONAL ECONOMIC AND INSTITUTIONAL
INTEGRATION
                                                                                                                  Room 461
CHAIR: Vinokurov, Evgeny (Eurasian Development Bank, Kazakhstan) DISCUSSANT: Ahrens, Joachim (PFH Goettingen,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Vinokurov, Evgeny (Eurasian Development Bank, Kazakhstan)
Where Does Eurasian Integration Start From? Functional Analysis of Economic Sectors.
Libman, Alexander (Frankfurt School of Finance, Germany)
Crossing the Border of the Post-Soviet Space: State-led versus Market-led Integration.
Dragneva, Rilka (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
The legal regime of Eurasian economic integration
CANCELLED: Lin, Johannes (Brookings Institution, United States)
Eurasian Economic Integration: Drivers, Opportunities and Obstacles


PANEL: IX.13 (NEW TITLE: ) IN SEARCH OF A POST-TOTALITARIAN IDENTITY: EAST EUROPEAN JOURNALS IN AN INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL
ENVIRONMENT
This panel is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
                                                                                                                       Room 351
Chair: Prokhorova, Irina (Editor-in-chief, NLO, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS:
Kalinin, Ilya (Editor-in-chief, Neprikosnovennyi Zapas, Russian Federation) (Russian)
NEW: Bulgakov, Valer (Journal ”ARCHE”, Belorus) (Russian)
NEW: Mokrousov, Andrii (Journal ”Krytyka”, Ukraine) (Russian)


PANEL: IX.14 ON RELIGION I: TRADITION AND CHANGE
                                                                                                                    Room 255
CHAIR: Bodin, Per-Arne (Stockholm University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Shikhalieva, Sabrina (The Institute of Language, Russian Federation)
The Bible texts in social cultural and language space of the Daghestan peoples (Russian)
Aitamurto, Kaarina (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Paganism, Traditionalism and Native Faith – Narratives of Russian Rodnoverie
Sundström, Olle (Umeå University, Sweden)
Politics of the concept “shamanism” in Soviet and post-Soviet times.
NEW: Kalkandjieva, Daniela (Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria)
THE BULGARIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH AT CROSSROADS: BETWEEN NATIONALISM AND PLURALISM


PANEL: IX.15 WOMEN'S SPORTS IN EASTERN EUROPE AND THE SOCIALIST COUNTRIES (1945-1989)
                                                                                                                    Room 361
CHAIR: Wiederkehr, Stefan (BBAW, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Hilbrenner, Anke (University of Bonn, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Wiederkehr, Stefan (BBAW, Germany)
Women, Sport and Media in the People's Republic of Poland
Kobchenko, Kateryna (Nat. Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv, Ukraine)
Women and sport in the early Soviet Union (1920-1930s)
Braun, Jutta (Universität Potsdam, Germany)
From socialst heroine to "traitor": Female top athletes in East Germany



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PANEL: IX.16 REMEMBERING THE SOVIETISATION OF THE BALTIC STATES DURING THE EARLY COLD WAR
(MOVED FROM TIME SLOT XII, OLD NUMBER XII.10)
                                                                                                               Room 453
CHAIR: Butler, Eamonn (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Smith, David (University of Glasgow, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Swain, Geoffrey (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
In the Soviet vanguard: Latvian oral history sources and the komsomol during the early Cold War
Mertelsmann, Olaf (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Hoping for Hot War: Oral History Sources on the Sovietisation of Estonia during the Early Cold War
Saleniece, Irena (Daugavpils University, Latvia)
Re-educating Teachers and Students: Latvian Oral History Sources and Schools Policy during the Early Cold War (Russian)


PANEL: IX.17 MINORITIES IN EURASIA I
                                                                                                                   Room 355
CHAIR: Zakharov, Nikolay (Södertörn University/Uppsala University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Tsiskarashvili, Dmitri (University of Dublin Trinity College, Ireland)
Russian-speaking minorities in Estonia and Latvia during Gorbachev's time. Reasons for supporting secession from the USSR
and their vision for the future.
Naxidou, Eleonora (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
Nationalism versus multiculturalism: the minority issue in 21st century Bulgaria
Verbickiene, Jurgita (Vilnius University, Lithuania)
Recognition of Jewish Culture in Lithuanian Society and Community‘s Social Integration
Nazarova, Ariadna (Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Federation)
The genetic relationships of the Finnish Ugric, Slav and Germanic populations according to anthropological and genetical data


PANEL: IX.19 ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP I
                                                                                                                   Room 454
CHAIR: Eidem, Rolf (SIPU International, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Leick, Birgit (University of Bayreuth, Germany)
Cross-border business networks within border regions during the Eastern enlargement of the European Union: Lessons for
wider co-operation beyond the enlarged European market
Shmulyar Gréen, Oksana (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Western ideas of capitalism and entrepreneurship in Russian translation
Jörgensen, Hans (Umeå University, Sweden)
Grubbström, Ann; Stjernström, Olof (Economic and Social Geography, Sweden)
Land, Forest Property and Cooperation: Emotional and Economic Rationalities among Private Forest Owners in Estonia
Konovalov, Valeriy (Southern Federal University, Russian Federation)
Ljubashic, Valentin (Southern Federal University, Russian Federation)
The Russian model of economic democracy: сorporation peculiarities
CANCELLED: Welge, Britta (Goethe University, Germany)
Between workers’ self-management and innovative entrepreneurship –A socioeconomic analysis of the (post-) Yugoslav
entrepreneurial role (German)




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PANEL: IX.20 RUSSIAN LITERATURE AND EAST ASIA
                                                                                                             Room 252
CHAIR: Numano, Mitusyoshi (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Meshchryakov, Alexander (Russian
State University for Humanities Moscow, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Gabrakova, Dennitza (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Russian Literature, Lu Xun, Japan - the Thistle Creeping Eastward
Kim, Hyunyoung (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea)
The Influence of Russian Literature upon the Unification of the Written and Spoken Language of Japan and Korea. (Russian)
Numano, Kyoko (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan)
Boris Pilnyak and Japan (Russian)


PANEL: IX.21 DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES ON THE SHANGHAI COOPERATION ORGANIZATION
                                                                                                                   Room 359
CHAIR: Schlyter, Birgit Sweden) NEW DISCUSSANT: Olimova, Saodat (SHARQ Research Center, Tajikistan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Dadabaev, Timur (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Chinese and Japanese Foreign Policies towards Central Asia in Comparative Perspective
Bukh, Alexander (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Russia's Identities and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Laanatza, Marianne (MENA.SE and Stockholm University, Sweden)
The Energy policies and Trade Policies towards Central Asia out of the EU’s and SCO’s perspectives
Pan, Guang (Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China)
China and Shanghai Cooperation Organization - a long term strategy
Bailes, Alyson JK (University of Iceland, Iceland)
The SCO and NATO


PANEL IX.22 RUSSIAN NON-CONFORMIST ART: WORD & IMAGE
                                                                                                                Room 253
Documentary film showing "The Russian Context" followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker and an art scholar.
CHAIR: Ruder, Cynthia (Kentucky University, United States) DISCUSSANTS: Sopronenko, Igor (Independent filmmaker, Russian
Federation), Nicholas, Mary (Lehigh University, USA)


PANEL: IX.23 THE UNDERAPPRECIATED ASPECTS OF THE SOVIET ECONOMY
                                                                                                     Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: Markevich, Andrei (New Economic School Moscow, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ickes, Barry (Pennsylvania State University, United States)
Resource Dependence, Addiction, and Soviet Economic Performance
Ellman, Michael (Amsterdam University, Netherlands)
The decrease in mortality after 1945
Kontorovich, Vladimir (Haverford College, United States)
Total factor productivity growth in the final decades of the USSR




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THURSDAY, JULY 29                                                 10:30-12:00

PLENARY SESSION
                                                                                                         Room: The Auditorium
THE GLOBAL CRISIS AND POST-COMMUNIST TRANSITION (ROUNDTABLE)
MODERATOR:
Hanson, Philip (Chatham House, United Kingdom)
PANELISTS:
Sutela, Pekka (Bank of Finland, Finland)
Ickes, Barry (Pennsylvania State University, United States)
Dallago, Bruno (University of Trento, Italy)
Ellman, Michael (Amsterdam University, Netherlands)


PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: X.01 STUDIES IN EDUCATION
                                                                                                                    Room 359
CHAIRS: Piattoeva, Nelli (University of Tampere, Finland), Gluschkoff, Jaana (University of Helsinki, Finland)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Loktyushina, Elena (Volgograd State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation)
Modern tendencies of corporate education development in Russia
Sokolova, Svetlana (Volgograd state pedagogical university, Russian Federation)
Gerkushenko, Georgy (Volgograd state tecnical university, Russian Federation)
Preparing the contemporary pedagogue: problems and perspectives (Russian)
Meshcheryakova, Elena (Volgograd State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation)
Intercultural Communication and the Educational System Crisis in Russia
Dzhigo, Alexander (Russian State Library, Russian Federation)
Russia's undergraduate publishing in 2008 (Russian)
CANCELLED: Grigule, Ligita (Daugavpils University, Latvia)
The Implementation of the Multilingual Education Model. The Case of Georgia from a comparative perspective


PANEL: X.02 ASIA THROUGH RUSSIAN EYES
                                                                                                                  Room 351
CHAIR: Suny, Ronald (University of Michigan, United States) DISCUSSANT: Dolbilov, Mikhail (University of Maryland, United
States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Hokanson, Katya (University of Oregon, United States)
Russian Women Travelers Write Gender and Nation in Central Asia
Maiorova, Olga (University of Michigan, United States)
"Russian texts about the exploration of Central Asia"
Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, David (Brock University, Canada)
Eurasianism’s Pre-Revolutionary Roots




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PANEL: X.03 GENDER AND GENERATIONAL RELATIONS IN RURAL TRANSITION UNDER POST-SOCIALISM (CASES FROM THE BALTIC STATES, RUSSIA
AND HUNGARY) II
                                                                                                                Room 361
CHAIR: Grubbström, Ann (Uppsala University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Asztalos Morell, Ildikó (Södertörn University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Csurgó, Bernadett (Institute for Political Sciences of HAS, Hungary)
A retraditionalization of gender relations? Gender roles, attitudes and
lifestyle of newcomer families in rural areas.
Möller, Cecilia (Kalmar University, Sweden)
Transforming geographies of rurality and femininities – Exploring women's livelihood strategies and practices within rural
tourism in Latvia
Sätre, Ann-Mari (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Household strategies for survival in rural Russia


PANEL: X.04 GEOGRAPHIE ON THE EDGES OF THE EUROPEAN PROJECT: STATE, SOCIETY AND THE EXTERNAL BORDER
                                                                                                                 Room 253
CHAIR: Miggelbrink, Judith (Leibniz-Institute for Regional Geography, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Eskelinen, Heikki (University of
Joensuu, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Bruns, Bettina (Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Germany)
Wust, Andreas (, Zichner, Helga (Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Germany)
Enough power to find arrangements? Comparing practices of small-scale traders on the homogenized Eastern external
borders of the European Union
Piipponen, Minna (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
Müller, Kristine (IRS, Erkner, Germany) , Zimin, Dmitry (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
A resource in negotiation? The border between Finland and Russia
CANCELLED: Arambasa, Mihaela (Uni Potsdam, Germany)
Alltag am östlichen Rand der EU: Raumaneignungen der Bevölkerung im Grenzraum Rumänien/Republik Moldau (German)


PANEL: X.05 ADMINISTRATIVE DECENTRALISATION AND REGIONALISATION IN TRANSFORMATION COUNTRIES
                                                                                                                   Room 451
CHAIR: Havlicek, Tomás (Charles University, Czech Republic) DISCUSSANT: Kahila, Petri (Institute Nordregion, Stockholm,
Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Benedek, Jozsef (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania)
Regional development in Romania: between constraints for decentralization and centralisation
Jordan, Peter (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria)
Progress in administrative decentralisation in transformation countries – a comparative survey
Garsztecki, Stefan (TU Chemnitz, Germany)
Decentralisation and regionalisation in Poland




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PANEL: X.06 CONSPIRACY THEORIES OF THE CAUCASUS AND CENTRAL ASIA
                                                                                                Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Ortmann, Stefanie (University of Sussex, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Laruelle, Marlene (Central Asia and Caucasus
Institute, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Heathershaw, John (University of Exeter, United Kingdom)
Conspiracy theories and political ideas in post-Soviet Central Asia
Sakwa, Richard (University of Kent, United Kingdom)
The Five-Day War of 2008 through the Prism of Conspiracy Theories


PANEL: X.07 ETHNO-POLITICS AND ETHNO-CULTURAL PROCESSES IN THE EUROPEAN NORTH OF RUSSIA, 1991-2009
                                                                                                                     Room 454
NEW CHAIR: Nesterova, Nina (Syktyvkar State University, Russian Federation) (CANCELLED: CHAIR: Mikhailov, Vyacheslav,
Russian Academy of Civil Service, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Susiluoto, Ilmari (Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland,
Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Popov, Alexander (Komi Science Center, Russian Federation)
Rights of the indigenous peoples of the North in international, Russian and regional legislations (Russian)
Nesterova, Nina (Syktyvkar State University, Russian Federation)
Ethno linguistic factor in the ethno political mobilization of Komi, Karelian and Sami peoples (Russian)
Kauppala, Pekka (Kone Foundation, Finland)
A comparison of the ethno-political models of the Komi, Karelia, and Khanty-Mansi regions (Russian)


PANEL: X.08 ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND PLANNING
                                                                                                                  Room 254
CHAIR: Markevich, Andrei (New Economic School Moscow, Russian Federation)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Murinson, Alexander (Independent Analyst, United States)
Central Asia’s Seaport: Gwadar or Chabahar?
Musekamp, Jan (European University Viadrina, Germany)
From Royal Prussian Eastern Railway to Trans-Eurasia Express. History and Future of a major East-West transport axis and its
implications for economic and cultural exchange
Belof, Magdalena (Regional Bureau of Spatial Planning in W, Poland)
Tallberg, Pontus (Region Skåne, Sweden)
Central European Transport Corridor
Tynkkynen, Veli-Pekka (Academy of Finland / Helsinki University, Finland)
Governmentality and Environmental Planning in St Petersburg – Birth of a Communicative Regime


PANEL: X.09 INTERCHURCH RELATIONS BETWEEN ORTHODOX AND WESTERN CHURCHES
                                                                                                             Room 357
CHAIR: Matsuzato, Kimitaka (Hokkaido University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Bremer, Thomas (University of Münster, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ghisa, Ciprian (BABES-BOLYAI UNIVERSITY CLUJ-NAPOCA, RO, Romania)
The Image of the Roman-Catholic Church promoted by the Orthodox press
from Romania in the Inter-War Period
Mühl, Christoph (University of Münster, Germany)
Justification in the Ecumenical Dialogue between the Russian Orthodox Church and the Evangelical Church in Germany
Cotelea, Dumitru (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania)
The inter-confessional relations in the Republic of Moldova



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PANEL: X.11 RUSSIA AS A GREAT POWER: NATIONAL IDENTITY, ROLE EXPECTATIONS AND CONSEQUENCES FOR BEHAVIOUR
                                                                                                                   Room 453
CHAIR: Taras, Ray (Tulane University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Russel, John (University of Bradford, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Petersson, Bo (Lund University/Malmö University, Sweden)
National Identity Discourse and the Great Power Mantra in Contemporary Russia
Clunan, Anne (Naval Postgraduate School, United States)
Russia’s Great Power Aspirations and the Pursuit of Status
Rytövuori-Apunen, Helena (University of Tampere, Finland)
Russia's Vertical Power and Conflict Settlement in post-Soviet Areas


PANEL: X.12 CIVIC EDUCATION FOR CIVIC SOCIETY: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE MOSCOW SCHOOL OF POLITICAL STUDIES (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                       Room 356
CHAIR and DISCUSSANT: Håstad, Disa (Former Correspondent, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Sohlman, Michael (The Nobel Foundation, Sweden, TBC)
Nemirovskaia, Elena (Moscow School of Political Studies, Russian Federation)
Senokosov, Yuriy (Moscow School of Political Studies, Russian Federation)
Trudolubov, Maksim (Editor, Opinion page, Vedomosti Daily, Russian Federation)
Zakharov, Andrey (Editor, magazine «Neprikosnovennyi zapas: debates on politics and culture», Russian Federation)
Berezkina, Inna (Programme coordinator, Moscow School of Political Studies, Russian Federation)
Razdaeva, Natalia (Moscow School of Political Studies, Russian Federation)
CANCELLED: Sogomonov, Alexander (Moscow School of Political Studies, Russian Federation)

PANEL: X.13 THE GULAG-SYSTEM AS A CONSTITUENT PART OF THE MODERNIZATION OF NORTHERN RUSSIA
                                                                                                                       Room 353
CHAIR: Elenius, Lars Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Kangaspuro, Markku (University of Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Maximova, Lubov (Syktyvkar State University, Russian Federation)
Contradiction of the results of the GULAG activities in the European North-East of the USSR (Russian)
Barenberg, Alan (Texas Tech University, United States)
Science, Colonization and Forced Labor in the Soviet Far North: the Case of Vorkuta
Borodkin, Leonid (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Producing Soviet Nickel above the Arctic Circle: Stimulation of Forced Labor in Norillag (1930s-1950s)


PANEL: X.14 EUROPEAN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS III: RUSSIA AND WESTERN EUROPE
                                                                                                                       Room 459
CHAIR: Kirschbaum, Stanislav J. (York University, Glendon College, Canada)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Gokirmak, Mert (ULUDAG UNIVERSITY, Turkey)
Regional Cooperation in the Black Sea Area along the Axis of Turkey and Russia
Kantokoski, Olga (University of Helsinki, Finland)
EU-RUSSIAN COOPERATION: MACRO- AND MESO-POLICING TRENDS
NEW: Arslan, Ozan (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey)
Supporting Neighbors, Borders and Buffer States: The History of the late Ottoman and Republican Turkish Security Relations in
the Caucasus and Northern Balkans (Paper XVIII.13.5)
CANCELLED: Güzeldere, Ekrem Eddy (European Stability Initiative, Turkey)
Turkey's changing foreign policy: from one sided to strategic depth


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CANCELLED: Anastassia, Obydenkova (Centew for Political and Constitutional, Spain)
Re-Examining the Inter-governmental Relations in Russia and the European Union’s Para-Diplomacy
CANCELLED: Davydov, Alexander (IEPS UrO RAN, Russian Federation)
Maritime Culture as a Historic Context of the International Contacts between Europe and Russia in the North: an Ethno-
Cultural Aspect.


PANEL: X.15 LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS
                                                                                                                 Room 252
CHAIR: Shapiro, Gavriel (Cornell University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Medzhibovskaya, Inessa (New School for Liberal Arts,
United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Shapiro, Gavriel (Cornell University, United States)
Henry Cumming--Vladimir Nabokov's First Drawing Master
Autukhovich, Tatsiana (Grodno State University, Belarus)
Poetic ecphrasis of Joseph Brodsky
Krzychylkiewicz, Agata (University of South Africa, South Africa)
'Synthetism' as a phenomenon of the avant-garde.


CANCELLED: PANEL: X.19 LANGUAGE POLICY AND LINGUISTIC IDENTITY
                                                                                                                     Room 255
CHAIR: Hedin, Tora (Stockholm University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVI.17: Paper X.19.5, Dovalil, Vit (Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic)
Foreign Language Teaching in the Czech Republic: A Policy Perspective
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVI.17: Paper X.19.4, Leheckova, Helena (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Czech Language and Czech Identity
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVI.17: Paper X.19.2, Belchikov, Yully A. (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
The specific history of the democratization process in the Russian literary language in the end of the 20th - beginning of the
21th centuries (Russian)
CANCELLED: Panarin, Sergei (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
From Culture to Mass Culture, or Where the Domain of Russian Language in Kazakhstan Was in 20th Century and Where It Is
Drifring in the 21st (Russian)
CANCELLED: Danylenko, Andriy (Pace University, United States)
Orthography and Regional Identities in Nineteenth-Century Ukraine


PANEL: X.20 THE FUTURE OF RUSSIAN IN THE ERA OF NEW TECHNOLOGY I
                                                                                                                  Room 352
CHAIR: Gorham, Michael (University of Florida, United States) DISCUSSANT: Uffelmann, Dirk (University of Passau, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Paulsen, Martin (University of Bergen, Norway)
The Internet as a Latinizer: How New Technology is a Challenge to the Cyrillic alphabet
Hristova, Daniela (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Breaking the Rules: The Language(s) of Russian advertisements
Christie, Varvara (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Russian Amateur Subtitling on YouTube




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PANEL: X.22 CONTEMPORARY DYNAMICS OF IDENTITIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE (SOCIOLOGICAL, LINGUISTIC AND HISTORICAL ASPECTS)
A 4: BORDERED IDENTITIES? HISTORY AND MEMORY IN (POST-) COLD WAR CEE, SESSION 1
                                                                                                                    Room 461
CHAIR: Molden, Berthold (University of Vienna, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Chvorostov, Alexander (Institute f.Advanced Studies IHS-
Vienna, Austria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Zhurzhenko, Tatiana (Vienna University, Austria)
Politics of memory in the Ukrainian-Polish borderlands
Lindenberger, Thomas (Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft, Austria)
Border Regimes and Communist Governance: The Case of European State Socialism
Blaive, Muriel (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute - EHP, Austria)
Memory and Historiography: A Case Study at the Czech-Austrian Border
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XII.02: Schimpfossl, Elisabeth (Manchester University, United Kingdom)
Nostalgia among the new social upper class in Russia: The luxury class's longing for the Soviet past
CANCELLED: Nikiforova, Elena (FAFO-AIS, Norway)
Cultural politics of memory in Narva at the Estonian-Russian border




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THURSDAY, JULY 29                                                 13:30-15:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XI.01 RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY I
                                                                                                                  Room 254
CHAIR: Kleberg, Olof (Former editor-in-chief, Västerbottenskuriren, Umeå, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Stadler Dr., Sabine (Ministriy of foreign affairs Austria,uni, Austria)
RUSSIA .- a warrior towards its neighbours. The situation after Chechnya, Georgia and Central Asia wars
Vasilyev, Dmitriy (Institute of Business and Politics, Russian Federation)
Russia in Central Asia: to test the durability of Empire (Russian)
March, Luke (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Nationalist Grievance and Russian Foreign Policy: the Case of Georgia
Preissler, Franz (J. W. Goethe-Universität, Germany)
Minorities as an instrument of foreign policy? Russia and the issue of the Russian-speakers, 1991-2004 (with emphasis on
Latvia)


PANEL: XI.03 REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING IN POLISH CONTEMPORARY CULTURE
                                                                                                               Room 356
CHAIR: Gerner, Christian (Lund University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Grimstad, Knut Andreas (University of Oslo, Norway)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Misztal, Barbara (University of Leicester, United Kingdom)
The banalization and the contestation of memory in post communist Poland
Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara (Lund University, Sweden)
Coming to terms with anti-Semitism – Jan Gross as a constructor of Polish Cultural Trauma
Zarycki, Tomasz (University of Warsaw, Poland)
The Embarrassing Russian Connection: Selective Memory of Russian Influences in Poland the Contemporary Poland
Stala, Krzysztof (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
The role of the Polish Catholic intellectualls in reinterpretation of the Polish-Jewish Memory.


PANEL: XI.04 SCANDINAVIAN SOCIOECONOMIC WAY IN THE NORTHERN SOVIET UNION: AUTONOMY OF THE FINNO-UGRIC PEOPLES AS
MODERNIZATION 1920-1937
                                                                                                         NEW Room: 355
CHAIR: Kauppala, Pekka (Kone Foundation, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Smetanin, Alexander (Komi Science Center, Russian
Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Takala, Irina (Petrozavodsk State University, Russian Federation)
National building or political project? The Finnish factor in formation of the Karelian autonomy (Russian)
Nesterova, Nina (Syktyvkar State University, Russian Federation)
Autonomy of northern Finno-Ugric peoples (Karelians and Komi) as a tool for modernization (1920-1937) (Russian)
Fryer, Paul (University of Joensuu, Finland)
Revolution on the Tundra: modernisation policy in the Kola North. (Russian)
Shubin, Sergey (Lomonosov-University of Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation)
The change of paradigms of territorial government of Russia in the XX century (Russian)




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PANEL: XI.06 EASTERN OR/AND WESTERN IDEAS? PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND LITERATURE IN RUSSIA
                                                                                                               Room 359
CHAIR: Nuorluoto, Juhani (University of Uppsala, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Bodin, Per-Arne (Stockholm University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mjør, Kåre Johan (University of Bergen, Norway)
"The Land that Colonises Itself": Russia and Europe in the Historiography of Vasilii Kliuchevskii
Könönen, Maija (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Representations of Insanity as Critique of Western Rationalism in Russian Literature
Berglund, Krista (University of Helsinki, Finland)
The Apophatic Principle of Orthodox Theology and its Repercussions in Russian Critique of Western Techno-Scientific
Civilisation


PANEL: XI.07 ON SECURITY II (OLD NUMBER: XVIII.01 )
                                                                                                                  Room 463
CHAIR: Holtom, Paul (SIPRI, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Fedunyak, Sergiy (Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine)
SECURITY ARCHITECTURE OF EURASIA: INSTITUTIONAL DYNAMICS
Genyk, Mykola (Subcarpathian University, Ukraine)
Senych, Mariya (Subcarpathian University, Ukraine)
International Security Problems In Political Conceptions of Oppositional Movements of East Central Europe (Russian)
Markushina, Nataliya (St-Petersburg State Univrsity, Russian Federation)
Soft security issues in the context of Northern Dimension
CANCELLED: Sabirov, Farkhod (IFMR, Uzbekistan)
VOZROZHDENIYE ISLAND-SERIOUS PROBLEM OF CENTRAL ASIA (Russian)


PANEL: XI.08 ETHNOSEXUAL PROCESSES
                                                                                                                    Room 361
CHAIR: Virkkunen, Joni (University of Joensuu, Finland), Anders, Rainer-Elk (Staffordshire University, United Kingdom)
DISCUSSANT: Davydova, Olga (University of Joensuu, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Weitsman, Patricia (Ohio University, United States)
“Serb” Identity, Rape, and War in the Former Yugoslavia
Terävä, Sirkku (University of Tampere, Finland)
Jukarainen, Pirjo (TAPRI, Finland)
Constructing nation in Finnish peacekeepers' ethno-sexualized language
Pöllänen, Pirjo (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
Russian immigrant women and their family relations: the case of North Karelia, Finland
Uimonen, Pirjo (University of Joensuu / Eastern Finland, Finland)
Ethnosexual Images of Russians in an Internet Discussion Board




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PANEL: XI.09 EURASIA AND UKRAINE: COOPERATION BY CHOICE OR DEFAULT (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                       Room 459
CHAIR: Trofimenko, Martha B. (Shevchenko Scientific Society, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Wolczuk, Kataryna (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Ukraine’s Policy towards the European Union and Its Discontents: Is Ukraine’s˜European Choice” Reversible?
Haran, Olexiy (University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine)
Ukraine's emerging democracy and the Russian factor
Lami, Giulia (Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy)
Independent Ukraine and its Choices: problems and perspectives
Ryabchuk, Mykola (Center for Cultural Studies, Ukraine)
Inventing Ukrainian 'Eurasianism': New Debates over Old Concept


PANEL: XI.10 POPULATION AND HEALTH IN EASTERN EUROPE AND POST-SOVIET SPACE II
                                                                                                                       Room 453
CHAIR: Rodin, Johhny (Södertörn University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Krumins, Juris (University of Latvia, Latvia)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kumo, Kazuhiro (Hitotsubashi University, Japan)
Long-Term Population Statistics for Russia, 1867-2002
Rodin, Johhny (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Elite Understandings of Russia's Population Decline – Federal and Regional Responses


PANEL: XI.11 RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONALISATION AND REFORM IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY RUSSIA: CONCEPTS AND PRACTICES IN THE EUROPEAN
FRAMEWORK
                                                                                                                     Room 351
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: Schulze Wessel, Martin (Ludwig-Maximaliens Universtiät, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Werth, Paul (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States)
M. M. Speransky, J. E. M. Portalis, and the French Ideological Foundations for State Institutionalization of Religion in Russia
(1800-1824)
Dolbilov, Mikhail (University of Maryland, United States)
Russian Responses to the Bismarckian Kulturkampf and the Imperial Concept of
Religious Tolerance
Kleinmann, Yvonne (Leipzig University, Germany)
The Concept of Religious Autonomy. Tsarist Russia's Polish-Lithuanian Connection in the Early 19th Century


PANEL: XI.12 RUSSIA: IDENTITY AS A BARRIER FOR MODERNIZATION (ROUNDTABLE)
The panel is supported by Vostok Nafta
                                                                                                               Room 357
CHAIR: White, Stephen (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Lieven, Anatol (King’s College, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Dubin, Boris (Levada Centre, Russian Federation)
Tba
Kasamara, Valeria (Moscow Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
The authoritative syndrome in the political consciousness of Russian teenagers
Zorkaja, Natalia (Levada Centre, Russian Federation)
Compensatory nationalism in the structure of mass identity in Post-Soviet Russia




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PANEL: XI.13 THE EU IN THE POST-SOVIET SPACE: PARTNERSHIPS, PROBLEMS, PERSPECTIVES
                                                                                                               Room 451
NEW CHAIR: Feklyunina, Valentina (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) (CANCELLED: Heller, Regina, IFSH, Germany)
DISCUSSANT: Korosteleva, Elena (University of Aberystwyth, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Casier, Tom (University of Kent, Belgium)
Picking a partner: how the EU prioritises among its Eastern neighbours
Schmidt-Felzmann, Anke (Maastricht University, Netherlands)
With or Without the EU? EU Member States' Relations with the Russian Federation.
Bosse, Giselle (Maastricht University, Netherlands)
The EU’s relations with Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus: Governance, Partnership or Ignorance?


PANEL: XI.14 ANDREI BELYI AND THE AESTHETICS OF INFLUENCE
                                                                                                                 Room 252
CHAIR: Castellano, Charlene (Carnegie Mellon University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Spivak, Monika (Andrei Belyi Museum
Moscow, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Beyer, Thomas (Middlebury College, United States)
Teaching Andrei Belyi in the 21st Century
Cooke, Olga (Texas A&M University, Wallis And Futuna Islands)
Out from Under Belyi’s Overcoat: Writing the “Moscow Text”
Ponomareva, Anna (Imperial College, London Metropolitan, United Kingdom)
Andrey Bely on Leo Tolstoy: Tolstoy as a Teacher of Thinking


CANCELLED: PANEL: XI.15 CENTRAL EURASIA: NEW CHALLENGES - NEW VIEWS
                                                                                                              Room 352
CHAIR: Esenov, Murad (Institute for Central Asian and Caucasian Studies, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Shaikhutdinov, Marat E.
(Institute for World Economy and Poitics, Kazakhstan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL IV.02: Paper XI.15.1, Marketos, Thrassy (C.E.D.S. Athens branch, Greece)
Iran’s Geopolitics in the midst of the U.S. – Russia – China Energy Security Struggle for the Geostrategic Control of Eurasia.
CANCELLED: Papava, Vladimer (GFSIS, Georgia)
Central Caucaso-Asia: Rethinking of Geopolitics of Post-Soviet Central Eurasia
CANCELLED: Ismailov, Eldar (Institute of Strategic Studies of the Caucasus, Azerbaijan)
Central Eurasia in the New Geopolitical Dimensions (Russian)


PANEL: XI.16 THE DIPLOMACY OF RUSSIA'S GREAT WAR AND REVOLUTION
                                                                                                               Room 353
CHAIR: Wolff, David (Hokkaido University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: McDonald, David (University of Wisconsin - Madison, United
States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Hughes, Michael (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom)
Defining the Enemy: the Development of the Anglo-Soviet antagonism 1917-20
Budnitskii, Oleg (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
Jewish Question, White Diplomacy and Western Democracies, 1918-20
Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, David (Brock University, Canada)
Russian Diplomacy during the Great War




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PANEL: XI.18 REPRESENTATIONS OF POSTCOMMUNIST MEDIA IN CINEMA AND LITERATURE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC, POLAND AND RUSSIA
                                                                                                                   Room 253
CHAIR: Aker, Patrik (Södertörn University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Bilek, Peter (Charles University, Czech Republic)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Culik, Jan (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
The image of the media in Czech post-communist feature film
Rogatchevski, Andrei (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Representations of Post-Communist Russian Television Broadcasting in Russian Fiction
Bates, John (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Representations of Mass Media in Post-Communist Polish Cinema


PANEL: XI.19 RUSSIAN POLITICS I
                                                                                                                     Room 255
CHAIR: Vendil Pallin, Carolina (Swedish Defence Research Agency, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Zaznaev, Oleg (Kazan State University, Russian Federation)
The Contemporary Russian Form of Government in the Context of Political Engineering of the World (Russian)
Willerton, John (University of Arizona, United States)
Mcgovern, Patrick (Buffalo State University, United States), Beznosov, Mikhail (Kharkov State University, Ukraine)
The Putin-Medvedev Executive and Addressing the Challenges of the 'Russian Failing State'
Umland, Andreas (The Catholic University of Eichstaett, Germany)
Kailitz, Steffen (Hannah Arendt Institute, Dresden, Germany)
Why the Fascists Won't Take Over the Kremlin (for Now): A Comparison of Democracy's Breakdown and Fascism's Rise in
Weimar Germany and Post-Soviet Russia


PANEL: XI.21 POSTSOCIALIST DEVELOPMENT IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY I
                                                                                                                     Room 461
CANCELLED CHAIR AND DISCUSSANT: Reyna, Steven, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Sikor, Thomas (University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)
Stahl, Johannes (Convention on Biological Diversity, Canada), Dorondel, Stefan (F. R. Institute of Anthropology, Romania)
Development or spatial differentiation? Rural change in Albania and Romania
Kaneff, Deema (Reader/University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
'The market is far away': positioning rural Ukraine in the global economy
Yalcin-Heckmann, Lale (University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany)
On states and economic citizens in the South Caucasus




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PANEL: XI.22 RUSSIA AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS:
CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES AND PROSPECTS FOR POST-CRISIS RECOVERY (ROUNDTABLE):
                                                                                                       Room 456, The Music Hall
DISCUSSANT: Oxenstierna, Susanne (FOI, Sweden)

PANELISTS:
Sutela, Pekka (Bank of Finland, Finland)
The Russian Economy after the Crisis
Malle, Silvana (University of Verona, Italy)
What is the Impact of the Financial Crisis on Russia’s Economic and Political Structure?
Cooper, Julian (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
The global financial-economic crisis and its impact on Russia’s military economy
Connolly, Richard (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Strategies for the modernization and diversification of the Russian economy: a growth diagnostics approach


PANEL: XI.23 ON ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND FOREIGN TRADE
                                                                                                                     Room 454
CHAIR: Becker, Torbjörn (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Puig, Albert (Universitat Oberta Catalunya, Spain)
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS IN CENTRAL-ASIAN COUNTRIES: ATTRACTION FACTORS AND SOME RESULTS
Grupe, Claudia (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-University, Germany)
Competition and cooperation - SMEs in the Baltics and the Balkans compared
Shepotylo, Oleksandr (Kyiv School of Economics, Ukraine)
Export potential and diversification across industries and space: do CIS countries diversify enough?
Kakhkharov, Jakhongir (National University of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan)
REGIONAL COOPERAION IN CENTRAL ASIA: VIEWPOINT FROM UZBEKISTAN
CANCELLED: Lesik, Olena (UH/other one under consideration, Finland)
Economic Collaboration and Development


PANEL: XI.24 RELOCATED PAPERS I
                                                                                                                     Room 462
CHAIR: TBA
An option to read one’s paper in case the planned panel for some reason or another cannot take place.
If you discover that this may happen, or already has happened, to you – please contact the registration desk immediately!




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THURSDAY, JULY 29                                                 15:30-17:00

CULTURAL PROGRAMME
                                                                                                      Room: The Auditorium
EURASIA AS A FILMIC ASSEMBLAGE II
The programme is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
A series of unique documentary and newsreel film screenings arranged in cooperation with the Russian State Archive of Film
and Photo Documents (RGAKFD, Krasnogorsk). The series includes documentary and newsreel materials produced by various
Soviet film studios throughout the Soviet period. The films have been selected by Elena Kolikova (RGAKFD) and Naum
Kleiman (Central State Film Museum, Moscow). The programme will be introduced by Elena Kolikova.


EXHIBITOR EVENT: ROSSPEN PUBLISHERS
This programme is sponsored by “The Boris Eltsin President Centre Fund”
                                                                                                                  Room 252
15.30-17.00: RUSSIAN SCIENCE AND SOCIETY IN STALINISM RESEARCH (ROUNDTABLE)
PANELISTS:
Lennart Samuelson (Stockholm School of Economics)
Sergei Mironenko (State Archive of the Russian Federation)
Alexander Drozdov (“Boris Yeltzin President Centre” Foundation)
Arsenyi Roginskyi (International Memorial)
Andrei Sorokin (ROSSPEN Publishers)

17:30 – 19:00: PRESENTATION OF THE PROJECT “HISTORY OF STALINISM” WITH A COCKTAIL PARTY



PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XII.01 ON SECURITY I
                                                                                                                  Room 463
CHAIR: Oldberg, Ingemar (Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Buyukakinci, Erhan (Galatasaray University, Turkey)
New combinations in building the security interests of the Russian Federation: Becoming soft power and organizing the
collective security
Holtom, Paul (SIPRI, Sweden)
Russian arms exports during the Putin era
Zaslavskaya, Natalia (Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Russia’s role in the European security architecture




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PANEL: XII.02 CONTEMPORARY DYNAMICS OF IDENTITIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE (SOCIOLOGICAL, LINGUISTIC AND HISTORICAL
ASPECTS) A 4: BORDERED IDENTITIES? HISTORY AND MEMORY IN (POST-) COLD WAR CEE, SESSION 2
                                                                                                                     Room 461
NEW CHAIR: Molden, Berthold (University of Vienna, Austria) (CANCELLED: Nikiforova, Elena (FAFO-AIS, Norway) DISCUSSANT:
Zhurzhenko, Tatiana (Vienna University, Austria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ochman, Ewa (The University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
Commemorations and Reconfigured Local Identities in the European Union Borderlands: the Case of Poland
Kind-Kovács, Friederike (University of Regensburg, Germany)
The ambivalence of transfer across borders: the Bavarian-Bohemian Border from post-War to Cold War.
NEW: Schimpfossl, Elisabeth (Manchester University, United Kingdom)
Nostalgia among the new social upper class in Russia: The luxury class's longing for the Soviet past
CANCELLED: Liebhart, Karin (University of Vienna, Austria)
Symbolic representations of borders in European memory constructions


PANEL: XII.03 RECONSIDERING THE SIEGE OF LENINGRAD
                                                                                                                  Room 353
CHAIR: Ciepiela, Catherine (Amherst College, United States), DISCUSSANT: Grelz, Karin (Lund University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
De Bruyn, Dieter (Ghent University, Belgium)
De Dobbeleer, Michel (Ghent University, Belgium)
Playing (With) War: the Leningrad Blockade and the Warsaw Rising in Contemporary Pop Culture
Barskova, Polina (Hampshire College, United States)
Siege Reading as Writing
Van Buskirk, Emily (Rutgers University, United States)
Speech and Character within the Leningrad Blockade: Lydia Ginzburg’s Studies


PANEL: XII.04 RUSSIAN MEDIA AND ITS EUROPEAN (OR EVEN GLOBAL) CONTEXT
                                                                                                                Room 459
CHAIR: Hutchings, Stephen (University of Manchester, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Pasti, Svetlana (University of Tampere,
Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Pietiläinen, Jukka (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Close but Other: Finnish Media Reporting on Russia
Hutchings, Stephen (University of Manchester)
THE NEW RUSSIA UNDER WESTERN EYES: BBC REPORTING OF THE SOUTH OSSETIAN WAR
CANCELLED: Miazhevich, Galina (Christ Church, United Kingdom)
The West in the Russian Gaze: Channel 1 Reporting of the Western Stance onthe War in South Ossetia
NEW: Simons, Greg (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Using a Western Yardstick on the Russian Mass Media: Fruitful or Futile? (Paper XIV.09.1)


PANEL: XII.05 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VET) IN KAZAKHSTAN BETWEEN TRADITIONS AND GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                                 Room 359
CHAIR: Hörner, Wolfgang (Universität Leipzig, Germany) Discussants: Yerzhanov, Bakit (Kazakh National Centre of VET
Development, Kazakhstan), Lauterback, Uwe (DIPF, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kenzhegaliyeva, Makhabbat (University of Leipzig, Germany)
Vocational education and training in Kazakhstan - present and future perspectives (Russian)
Semchenko, Alexander (Republ. Instit. of impr.of qualification, Kazakhstan)



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Vocational training: variants of a policy for Kazakhstan (Russian)


PANEL: XII.06 DO THE EU AND RUSSIA SHARE A NEIGHBOURHOOD?
                                                                                                              Room 453
CHAIR: Forsberg, Toumas (University of Tampere, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Forsberg, Tuomas (University of Tampere, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
CANCELLED: Delcour, Laure (IRIS, France)
The EU, Russia and the Coulour Revolutions in Georgia and Ukraine
Fischer, Sabine (EUISS, France)
The EU, Russia, and the ‘common neighbourhood’: conflicting concepts

Seppo, Antti (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Forsberg, Tuomas (Finland)
The EU as a Power for Peace? Russian-Georgian War and EU Mediation


PANEL: XII.07 EMIGRÉ LIFE DOCUMENTED: CONSTRUCTING NATIONAL IDENTITIES
                                                                                                                 Room 254
CHAIR: Babka, Lukas (Klementium National Library, United States) DISCUSSANT: Rogatchevskaia, Ekaterina (British Library,
United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ilina, Olga (Russian National Library, Russian Federation)
Russian emigration libraries as a means of self-identity and adaptation in a foreign-language environment (Russian)
Zmroczek, Janet (British Library, United Kingdom)
"The pen is our only weapon": representations of the Polish diaspora community in Britain in contemporary publications,
1830-1863
Morgunova, Oksana (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Russian Presence UK Project: Linking Past and Present


CANCELLED: PANEL: XII.08 GENDER ECONOMICS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL CRISES
                                                                                                                Room 356
CHAIR: Rakauskiene, Ona Grazhina (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania) DISCUSSANT: Hataja, A. (Helsinki University,
Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVIII.09: Paper XII.08.1, Vinokurova, Natalia (Central Economics&Mathematics Institute, Russian
Federation)
Russian Women in Science and Education
CANCELLED: Rakauskiene, Ona Grazhina (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)
The Assumptions of the Implementation of Gender Responsive Budget in Lithuania (Russian)


PANEL: XII.09 POSTSOCIALIST DEVELOPMENT IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY II
                                                                                                                      Room 451
CANCELLED CHAIR AND DISCUSSANT: Reyna, Steven, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Gray, Patty (National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland)
Changing vectors of development: Locating Russia in development discourse and practice
Hillebrand, Rainer (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
A comparative view of East German development: was West German assistance an asset?
Cartwright, Andrew (Central European University, Hungary)
Bread baskets, fuel supplies and biotech crops: Will the Central and East Europeans take part in the second Green Revolution?




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PANEL: XII.10 REMEMBERING THE SOVIETISATION OF THE BALTIC STATES DURING THE EARLY COLD WAR.
                                                                                                                       Room 253
MOVED TO THURSDAY 29 JULY 08.30-10.00, ROOM 453:
NEW NUMBER: IX.16. (OLD NUMBER REMAINS IN THE PROGRAM AND ABSTRACT BOOKS.)

PANEL: XII.11 SOCIAL SECURITY, CARE AND THE LOCAL STATE IN RURAL RUSSIA
                                                                                                                Room 361
CHAIR: Salmenniemi, Suvi (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Kulyasova, Antonina (Centre for Independent Social
Research, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kulmala, Meri (University of Helsinki, Brown University, Finland)
“Zhenschiny Praviat Stranoi”: Women’s Social Activism and Care in Rural Karelia
Kay, Rebecca (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
'"Uchimsya staret'": Ageing, autonomy and care for the elderly in rural Altai'
Sätre, Ann-Mari (Uppsala Univerity, Sweden)
Women's Work, Political Strategies and Survival in rural Russia


PANEL: XII.12 TRANSBORDER RUSSIAN ORTHODOX: RELIGIOUS TRANSFORMATION IN MODERN SOCIETY
                                                                                                               Room 352
CHAIR: Kazmina, Olga (Moscow State University, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Arinin, Evgeny (Vladimir State University,
Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kharin, Ilya (Princeton University, United States)
Japanese agency in World War era global Orthodoxy
Takahashi, Sanami (Hokkaido University, Japan)
The interpretation of the Russian Orthodox in Soviet atheistic society, 1965-1985 (Russian)
Keller, Natalie (Independent scholar, Germany)
The figure of Christ in Aitmatov’s novel Plachaœ


PANEL: XII.14 CENTRAL AND EAST EUROPEAN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE AND ART II
                                                                                                                       Room 355
CHAIR: Young, Jekaterina (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Williams, David (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Literary Aesthetics and Ethical Engagement: the 'Before' and 'After' Fiction of Dubravka Ugresic
Danilova, Irina (Språkcentrum, Sweden)
Post-modern Dramaturgy in the History of Russian Theatre (Russian)
Woodworth, Bradley (University of New Haven (USA), United States)
The literary possibilities of a multicultural identity: the works of Estonian writers Andrei Hvostov and Igor Kotjuh




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PANEL: XII.15 CORRUPTION AND THE LAW IN POST-COMMUNIST EUROPE
                                                                                                              Room 351
CHAIR: Brown, Archie (University of Oxford, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Jordanov Naydenov, Nikolay (Sofia University,
Bulgaria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Grødeland, Åse Berit (Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway)
Informal Relations and Corruption in the Judiciary: A Comparison of East Central Europe, South East Europe, the West Balkans
and Ukraine
Karklins, Rasma (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)
How much does law matter in preventing corruption?
Holmes, Leslie (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Police Corruption in Central and Eastern Europe


PANEL: XII.16 ETHNIC IDENTITIES
                                                                                                                           Room 462
CHAIR: Zakharov, Nikolay (Södertörn University/Uppsala University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Gerkushenko, Georgy (Volgograd state technical university, Russian Federation)
Sokolova, Svetlana (Volgograd state pedagogical university, Russian Federation)
Social networks as a factor of intercultural integration in modern society (Russian)
Kondaurova, Yelena (Academy of Contemporary Dance, Kazakhstan)
Multi-ethnicity in Kazakhstan as a Base for Cultural Communication, Integration and Cooperation (Russian)
Smith, Jeremy (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Experience of Soviet autonomy and causes of ethnic conflict in the South Caucasus


PANEL: XII.17 EURASIANISM THEN AND NOW: A COMPARISON OF CLASSICAL AND POST-SOVIET EURASIANISM
                                                                                            Room 456, The Music Hall
DISCUSSANT: Wiederkehr, Stefan (BBAW, Germany) CHAIR: Bassin, Mark (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Hama, Yukiko (Tsuda College, Japan)
Reinterpretation of Eurasianism in the Context of International History
Umland, Andreas (The Catholic University of Eichstaett, Germany)
Ideology or Strategy? The Role of "Neo-Eurasianism" in Aleksandr Dugin's Quest for Cultural Hegemony
Laruelle, Marlene (Central Asia and Caucasus Institute, United States)
EURASIANISM AND THE NATIONAL ISSUE. ON THE NOTIONS OF “RUSSIAN TOTALITY” AND “NATIONAL DIVERSITY”.
Beisswenger, Martin (University of Notre Dame, United States)
Was Lev Gumilev a 'Eurasianist'? A new look at his post-war contacts with Petr Savitskii


PANEL: XII.18 RUSSIAN AS VEHICULAR LANGUAGE IN THE MULTIETHNIC SURROUNDINGS
                                                                                                                           Room 255
CHAIR: Protassova, Ekaterina (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Smyth, Sarah (Trinity College, Ireland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Dzhusupov, Mahanbet (Uzbek State World Languages University, Uzbekistan)
The Russian Language in the Turkic-speaking Space of Central Asia (Russian)
Fedorova, Kapitolina (European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Gavrilova, Tatiana (Institute of Linguistic Studies, Russian Federation)
Russian in interethnic communication: norms and stereotypes
Mustajoki, Arto (University of Helsinki, Finland) Pikkarainen, Merja (, Pussinen, Olga (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Russian as lingua Franca in the Far Abroad (Russian)



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PANEL: XII.20 RUSSIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH UNDER THE NEW WORLD ECONOMIC ORDER (2)
                                                                                                                      Room 357
CHAIR: Malle, Silvana (University of Verona, Italy) DISCUSSANT: Rutland, Peter (Wesleyan University, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Uegaki, Akira (Seinan Gakuin University, Japan)
Russia and Eastern Europe under New International Financial System
Vedev, Alexei (Bank of Moscow, Russian Federation)
The Prospect of Russia's Economic Growth - a New Model in Changed Environment? (German)
Konno, Yugo (Mizuho Research Institute Ltd., Japan)
The Russian Economy in the International Division of Labor after the Global Financial Crisis


PANEL: XII.22 TRANSFORMATIONS ON THE MARGINS? PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN RUSSIAN SOCIETY
                                                                                                                 Room 454
CHAIR: Froehlich, Christian (Leipzig University, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Gradskova, Yulia (Södertörn University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Iarskaia-Smirnova, Elena (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
The cultural construction of disability in Russia: Soviet legacies and new image
Romanov, Pavel (State Univ - Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Social attitudes of people with disabilities towards their life situation and the current social policy reforms
Froehlich, Christian (Leipzig University, Germany)
World culture and national legacies – Russian disability NGOs between international and domestic demands.
Rasell, Michael (University of Lincoln, United Kingdom)
Inaccessible citizenship: the spatial experiences of disabled people in Russia




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THURSDAY, JULY 29                                               18.00-20.00

PLENARY SESSION
                                                                                                      Room: The Auditorium
RUSSIA´S DOMESTIC DEVELOPMENTS AND PROSPECTS FOR WIDER EURO-ASIAN COOPERATION? (ROUNDTABLE)
The roundtable is supported by Vostok Nafta
The panel will discuss the future of Russia´s internal development as a variable influencing future Russian cooperation in the
Wider Euro-Asia. Where is Russia heading? Russia is facing challenges of modernizing a run-down post-industrial society.
The way domestic challenges are responded to will influence how Russia can integrate into a context of wider Euro-Asian
cooperation.

MODERATOR:
Brown, Archie (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
PANELISTS:
Gudkov, Lev (Levada Centre, Russian Federation)
Urnov, Mark (Moscow Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Lieven, Anatol (King’s College, United Kingdom)
Hanson, Philip (Chatham House, United Kingdom)




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                                                  Friday, July 30, 2010

FRIDAY JULY 30                                                    08:30-10:00


CULTURAL PROGRAMME:
                                                                                                      Room: The Auditorium
EURASIA AS A FILMIC ASSEMBLAGE III
The programme is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
A series of unique documentary and newsreel film screenings arranged in cooperation with the Russian State Archive of Film
and Photo Documents (RGAKFD, Krasnogorsk). The series includes documentary and newsreel materials produced by various
Soviet film studios throughout the Soviet period. The films have been selected by Elena Kolikova (RGAKFD) and Naum
Kleiman (Central State Film Museum, Moscow). The programme will be introduced by Elena Kolikova.



PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XIII.01 GEOPOLITICAL INTERESTS OF RUSSIA
                                                                                                                 Room 454
CHAIR: Bassin, Mark (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Matsaberidze, Malkhaz (I.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia)
Russian Geopolitical Concepts: A Challenge for Cooperation (Russian)
Zubelzú, Graciela (CONICET, Argentina)
The updating presence of Russia in Latin America: why- or why not-, how and where?
Kim, Doug Joong (Kyonggi University, Republic of Korea)
Russia-North Korean Relations in the Six Party Talks
NEW: Najafov, Etibar (Baku Slavic University, Azerbaijan)
THE CONFLICT BETWEEN RUSSIA AND GEORGIA AS A CLASH OF OPPOSITE MODELS OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (Paper
XIV.09.1)
NEW: Saparov, Arsene (CNRS CERCEC, France)
The Soviet Boundary Making in the South Caucasus: Arbitrary or Logical? (Paper XVIII.13.3)


PANEL: XIII.02 ON LABOUR
                                                                                                                 Room 463
CHAIR: Oxenstierna, Susanne (FOI, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Hedin, Astrid (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Workers Councils under Socialist Regimes
Kustanovich, Konstantin (Vanderbilt University, United States)
Russian Attitudes to Work through the Eyes of Russian Literature
Veres, Valér (Babes-Bolyai University Cluj Napoca, Romania)
The Change of Occupational and the Income Structure in Romania, in Eastern European context in the 2000s
Keller-Krawczyk, Lech (UTAD, Portugal)
Unemployment in The Post-Communist Poland and Its Impact for the Region




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PANEL: XIII.03 GOVERNANCE AND POLICY MAKING IN HUNGARY
                                                                                                               Room 356
CHAIR: McManus, Clare (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Vass, Laszlo (Budapest College of
Communication, Hungary)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Cox, Terry (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
The politics of pension reform in Hungary
Lánczi, András (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)
Stability or rigidity: governance in Hungary
Gallai, Sandor (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)
Governance and Organised Interests: the ambiguity of inter-sectoral interest reconciliation in Hungary


PANEL: XIII.04 ORTHODOX CHURCHES AND THE WEST: PERCEPTIONS OF VALUES AND INSTITUTIONAL MODELS
                                                                                                               Room 351
CHAIR: Bremer, Thomas (University of Münster, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Stoeckl, Kristina (University of Rome 'Tor Vergata',
Italy)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Tat, Alin (Univ. of Cluj, Romania)
Romanian Orthodox views on Europe and religion
Elsner, Regina (Universitaet Muenster, Germany)
Squaring the circle? – Russian Orthodox Church on values of modern society
Stykow, Petra (Ludwig Maximilians University, Germany)
Church-State Relations in Russia: In Search of a Model


PANEL: XIII.05 THE DYNAMISM OF THE RUSSIAN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE BEFORE AND AFTER THE CRISIS
                                                                                                                 Room 357
CHAIR: Iwasaki, Ichiro (Hitotsubashi University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Pleines, Heiko (University of Bremen, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Dolgopyatova, Tatiana (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Corporate Governance in the Russian Companies in Globalization Context
Sugiura, Fumikazu (Teikyo University, Japan)
Reemergence of Wage Arrears in Russia: Implications for Business - Government Relations
Yakovlev, Andrei (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
The Strategies of the Russian Corporations during the Crisis


PANEL: XIII.06 VARIOUS ASPECTS OF 19TH CENTURY AND INTERWAR HISTORY I
                                                                                                               Room 462
CHAIR: CHAIR: Carlbäck, Helene (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Dinu, Radu Harald (Max-Weber-Center, Erfurt University, Germany)
THE LOGIC OF VIOLENCE IN SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN FASCISM
Kwan, Jonathan (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
Politics, National Conflict and the Possibilities of a Czech-German Compromise, 1861-1879
Staliunas, Darius (Lithuanian Institute of History, Lithuania)
A Multiethnic Region of the Russian Empire without Ethnic Violence? (Lithuania during the 1905 Revolution)




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PANEL: XIII.07 AGRARIANISM IN EAST CENTRAL EUROPE 1818 – 1945: A THIRD WAY FOR DEMOCRATIZATION PROCESSES OR A ROAD TO
AUTHORITARIANISM?
                                                                                                                  Room 453
CHAIR: Harre, Angela (European University Viadrina, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Murgescu, Bogdan (University of Bucharest,
Romania)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Harre, Angela (European University Viadrina, Germany)
Agrarianism in East Central Europe. An ideology between democracy and authoritarianism
Bódy, Zsombor (Universitiy of Miskolc, Hungary)
A rural country without agrarian movements: Role and mode of functioning of the Hungarian Agrarian Chambers during the
interwar period (German)
Holec, Roman (Comenius University, Slovakia)
Agrarian Democracy as a Third Way of East Central European transformation processes during the interwar period


CANCELLED: PANEL: XIII.08 BETWEEN RECONCILIATION AND THE REACTIVATION OF PAST CONFLICTS IN EUROPE: RETHINKING SOCIAL MEMORY
PARADIGMS. PANEL 4: DO WE NEED A NEW PARADIGM FOR STUDIES OF MEMORY?
                                                                                                                   Room 352
CHAIR: Szurek, Jean-Charles (Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre, France) DISCUSSANT: Dobry, Michel (Paris 1 Sorbonne
University, France)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL IX.11: Paper XIII.08.1, Colin Lebedev, Anna (CERCEC EHESS, France)
Is there a place for personal experience in memory paradigms? A reflection based on the case of the veterans of the wars in
Afghanistan and Chechnya.
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL IX.11: Paper XIII.08.2, Fainberg, Sarah (Georgetown University, United States)
The Uses and Abuses of Collective Memory: Pleading for a Common Paradigm and Lexicon for Memory Studies
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL IX.11: Paper XIII.08.3, Mink, Georges (ISP-CNRS, France)
Sociology and paradigms of memory, uses of history, Europeanisation of politics of history, postcommunisme, institutions of
remembrance and reconciliation.
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL IX.11: Paper XIII.08.4, Shapoval, Yurii (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine)
Memory of Holodomor in 1932-1933 in Ukraine: New Archives, new Discussions (Russian)


PANEL: XIII.09 CONSTRUCTING THE SELF: EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY IDEAS OF AUTONOMY AND INDIVIDUALITY IN RUSSIA
                                                                                                             Room 361
CHAIR: Kosheleva, Olga (Russian Academy of Education, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Khan, Andrew S. (Queen's College,
United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Fedyukin, Igor (New Economic School, Russian Federation)
Humors, Inclinations, and Individual Autonomy in post-Petrine Russia
Smorzhevskihh-Smirnova, Maria (Tallinn University, Estonia)
Pogosjan, Elena (University of Alberta, Canada),
Fencing off the Orthodox Space in aProtestant City: Revel in 1710-1725
Kirill Ospovat
The Court Fool: Lomonosov and the Paradoxes of Patronage




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PANEL: XIII.10 ECOLOGY AND GLASNOST
                                                                                                           Room 359
CHAIR: Mouradian, Claire (CNRS - CERCEC (UMR 8083), France) DISCUSSANT: Mouradian, Claire (CNRS - CERCEC (UMR 8083),
France)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Maciulyte, Jurgita (University of Vilnius, Lithuania)
From ecology to political independence in the Baltic States : the trajectories of the actors of the “singing revolutions” in
Lithuania. (French)
Sigman, Carole (University of Paris X - Nanterre, France)
The end of the grassroots ecology in Moscow? The 1989 electoral campaign for the USSR Congress of People's Deputies
Mandrillon, Marie-Helene (CNRS/CERCEC, France)
Ecology and Glasnost: The shaping of environmental institutions and the greening of the public sphere


CANCELLED: PANEL: XIII.12 MEMORY POLITICS AND THE USE OF HISTORY III
                                                                                                                        Room 355
CHAIR: Yurchuk, Yuliya (Baltic and East European Graduate School, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL VI.11: Paper XIII.12.5, Chikovani, Nino (I.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia)
Overcoming Conflicting Histories – the Way towards Cooperation (The Case of Georgia)
CANCELLED: Garagozov, Rauf (International Center for Social Research, Azerbaijan)
Collective Memory, Nation-building and Nationalism in Post-Soviet States: Case study of Azerbaijan
CANCELLED: Suhan, Stela (L'Ecole doctorale de Sciences-Po, France)
A NEW STATE, A NEW MEMORY? THE SOCIAL “MARKING” OF THE PAST AND THE CONFLICTING MEMORIES IN MOLDOVAN
SOCIETY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 1990S. (French)
CANCELLED: Johansson Heinö, Andreas (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
The Clash of Empires?: Russia, Eastern Europe and the United States after the Return of History


PANEL: XIII.13 RUSSIAN LITERATURE AND ARTS 1ST HALF 20TH CENTURY I
                                                                                                           Room 254
NEW CHAIR: Witt, Susanna (Stockholm University, Sweden) CANCELLED CHAIR: Ponomareva, Anna (Imperial College, London
Metropolitan, United Kingdom)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Ljunggren, Anna (University of Stockholm, Sweden)
Pushkin '37: Anna Akhmatova's Articles on Pushkin.
Hiramatsu, Junna (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
A Receptive History of The Quiet Don in the Formative Period of Soviet Official Literature
Park, Young Eun (Hanyang University, Republic of Korea)
NEW TITLE: The Poetic Figuration of Nature Philosophy in Andrei Bely’s Novel The Silver Dove (Russian)
CANCELLED: Kobrinskiy, Alexander (Herzen State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation)
Daniil Kharms and West-European modernistic prose (Russian)
CANCELLED: Alenkina, Tatiana (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Speech Discourse as the Source of Humour in Paul Schmidt’s 1997 Translations of the Vaudevilles by Anton Chekhov “The
Bear” and “The Proposal”.




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PANEL: XIII.14 THE MILITARY HISTORY OF RUSSIA’S GREAT WAR AND REVOLUTION (ROUNDTABLE)
                                                                                                                     Room 451
CHAIR: Steinberg, John W. (Georgia Southern University, United States)

PANELISTS:
Marshall, Alex (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Menning, Bruce W. (US Army Command and General Staff College, United States)
CANCELLED: Stone, David R. (Kansas State University, United States)
CANCELLED: Airapetov , Oleg Rudolfovich (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)

PANEL: XIII.15 THE RUSSIAN AUTOMOBILE MARKET
                                                                                                                     Room 459
CHAIR: Tomiyama, Eiko (Graduate Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, Japan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
SHIOJI, HIROMI (Kyoto University, Japan)
STEP-BY-STEP ENTRY STRATEGY TO EMERGENT COUNTRIEs by Auto manufacturer ―Case Study of Entry to Russian Market by
Toyota Motor
Li, Zejian (The University of Tokyo, China)
Future International Business Strategy of Chinese Automotive Manufacturers: a Case Study on Their Overseas Operations in
Russian Market
Zashev, Peter (Kymenlaakso Univ. of Applied Sciences, Finland)
Formation of Northwestern Russia car manufacturing cluster and its impact for foreign suppliers
CANCELLED: Usanov, Artur (Pardee RAND Graduate School, United States)
Avtotor on the Russian automotive market: SEZ location as the main competitive advantage


PANEL: XIII.17 NOTIONS OF ASIAN IDENTITY IN RUSSIAN CULTURE
                                                                                                                Room 253
CHAIR: Partan, Olga (Holy Cross, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Smith, Alexandra (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Nepomnyashchy, Catharine (Barnard College, Columbia University, United States)
The Asian City in Russia Culture
Ueland, Carol (Drew University, United States)
Russian Writers in China: Defining the Asian
NEW: Urbansky, Sören (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
Manzhouli-Zabaikalsk. A “local” history of the Sino-Soviet border (Paper XVI.19.1)
CANCELLED: Azhgikhina, Nadezda (Russian Union of Journalists, Russian Federation)
Asian Woman in Post Soviet Media and Popular Culture


PANEL: XIII.18 RESTRUCTURING OF THE RITUAL YEAR IN THE POST-SOCIALIST COUNTRIES: EUROPEAN VALUES, IDEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY
                                                                                                                     Room 252
CHAIR: Sedakova, Irina (Center for Balkan Studies RAS, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Koiva, Mare (Estonian Literary
Museum, Estonia)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Anastasova, Ekaterina (Institute of Folklore Studies, BAS, Bulgaria)
The Festival of St. Cyril and St. Methodius in National and Transnational Perspective (Bulgaria, Slavia and United Europe)
Barna, Gábor (University of Szeged, Hungary)
In harmony with the new social order? Feasts and beyond representation: the case of Hungary
Vaicekauskas, Arunas (Vytautas Magnus university, Lithuania)
Re-structuring of the calendar feastival cycle in Lithuania in the second half of the 20th century.




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PANEL: XIII.19 FEDERALISM AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS IN RUSSIA
                                                                                               Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Sakwa, Richard (University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Robinson, Neil (University of
Limerick, Ireland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ross, Cameron (University of Dundee, United Kingdom)
Federalism and Sub-National Authoritarianism in Russia
Oracheva, Oksana (Institute of International Education, Russian Federation)
Territories of "Special Status" in Russia: Ethnic Dimension
CANCELLED: Heinemann-Grüder, Andreas (Academy for Conflict Transformation, Germany)
Ten Yarstick for Federal Conflict Regulation and their Application to Russia


CANCELLED: PANEL: XIII.20 ON ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES III
                                                                                                                  Room 255
CHAIR: TBA

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XIV.21: Paper XIII.20.2, Waack, Christoph (TU Chemnitz, Germany)
Boon and Bane of gold mining: digging to symbolic resources in Romania's periyphery
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL II.20: Paper XIII.20.3, Sim, Li-Chen (Zayed University, United Arab Emirates)
Once a Red Director, Always a Red Director? Business Culture in the Soviet/Russian Oil Industry
CANCELLED: Serebriakova, Tatiana (University of Connecticut, Hartford, United States) Petrov, Yuri (Department of Siberian
Analytical Centre, , Osipov, Victor (Chair of the Department of Economic Geog, Russian Federation)
Investment Appeal in the Administrative Units of Tyumen Region, Russia
CANCELLED: Aitiev, Iliias (Osh Technological University, Kyrgyzstan)
Toktoraliev, Biimyrza (, Shamshiev, Bakyt (, Asanov, Mamatazim (OshTU, Kyrgyzstan)
Global ecological problems of large hydro constructions



PANEL: XIII.21 NEUTRALITY BETWEEN COLD WAR TRADE BLOCS: WAS IT POSSIBLE?
                                                                                                                Room 353
CHAIR: Fischer, Thomas (The Graduate Institute of International Studies and Developm, Switzerland) DISCUSSANT: Karlsson,
Birgit (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kansikas, Suvi (University of Helsinki, Finland)
EEC or CMEA integration? Helsinki between Moscow and Brussels, 1969-1976.
Jensen-Eriksen, Niklas (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Not so neutral after all? Finnish policy towards the CoCom during the Cold War
Autio-Sarasmo, Sari (University of Helsinki, Finland)
The Scientific-Technical Cooperation between the Soviet Union and Neutral Finland during the Cold War




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PANEL: XIII.22 THE HISTORY OF THE ORENBURG GOVERNMENT
                                                                                                           Room 461
NEW CHAIR: Naganawa, Norihiro (Hokkaido University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Matsuzato, Kimitaka (Hokkaido University,
Japan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Bilz-Leonhardt, Marlies (Independent Scholar, Germany)
The Last Governor of Imperial Russia in Orenburg (Russian) / Записки последнего царского губернатора в Оренбуржье
Lyubichankovsky, Sergey (Orenburg State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation)
Province Administration and the problem of Authority’s Crisis in Late-Imperial Russia (on materials of the Ural Region, 1892-
1914) (Russian)
Gibatdinov, Marat (Institute of History, Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
The Tatar System of Education in Orenburg and preparing the New Turk-Tatar Elites in Eurasia (1905-1907) (Russian)
CANCELLED: Syltangalieva, Gulmira (Aktobe pedacocical univercity, Kazakhstan)
The Policy of Baron O. Igelstrom, the Orenburg Governor General,in the Steppe (the last quarter of the XVIII century) (Russian)




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FRIDAY JULY 30                                                    10:30-12:00

PLENARY SESSION
                                                                                                         Room: The Auditorium
CANCELLED: CHANGES IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF STALINISM 1990-2010 (ROUNDTABLE)
PANELISTS:
CANCELLED: Werth, Nicolas (National Center for Scientific Research, France)
David-Fox, Michael (University of Maryland, United States)
Manning, Roberta (Boston College, United States)
Baberowski, Jörg (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germnay)


NEW: PODSTROCHNIK (DOCUMENTARY FILM BY OLEG DORMAN)
                                                                                                         Room: The Auditorium
(ORG: JONSON, LENA (SWEDISH INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, SWEDEN
Podstrochnik, "Translation", features Lilianna Lungina, who translated works by August Strindberg, Henrik Ibsen and, most
famously, Astrid Lindgren, telling of a life that experienced some of the most dramatic events of the 20th century, from the
Stalinist purges and World War II to the Khrushchev thaw.



PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XIV.01 RUSSIA’S RELATIONS WITH THE WEST: NEW VIEWS ON AN OLD THEME
                                                                                                               Room 357
CHAIR: Schmidt-Felzmann, Anke (Maastricht University, Netherlands) DISCUSSANT: Bosse, Giselle (Maastricht University,
Netherlands)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Heller, Regina (IFSH, Germany)
Subjectivity, emotions and seeking respect. Reconsidering Russia’s behaviour in its relations with the West
Feklyunina, Valentina (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Image and Reality: Russia's relations with the West
Kropatcheva, Elena (Institute for Peace Research/Security, Germany)
Russia’s Policy within and in Relation to European and Euro-Atlantic Institutions: Patterns of (In-)Consistence


PANEL: XIV.02 UKRAINIAN POLITICS II
                                                                                                                    Room 454
CHAIR: Jakob, Hedenskog (Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Seals, Corinne (Georgetown University, United States)
Revisiting Ukraine: A Developing Trilingual Nation Entering the Global Sphere
Semenii, Oleksii (Associate expert, ICPS Kyiv, Ukraine)
Ukraine's positioning in the new European security architecture - previous
results and prospects for future
Malshyna, Kateryna (Zaporozhye National University, Ukraine)
Ukraine-NATO: Etatist Games of Contemporaneity (Russian)




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PANEL: XIV.03 AN ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE ON HUMAN RIGHTS
                                                                                                                   Room 253
CHAIR: Brüning, Alfons (Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Makrides, Vasilios (University of Erfurt,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
van der Zweerde, Evert (Radboud University, Netherlands)
Orthodox Christian Human Rights Discourse - "Secular" vs. "Religious" Argumentation
Stoeckl, Kristina (University of Rome 'Tor Vergata', Italy)
Orthodox Christianity's different stands on human rights: the case of
Russia and of Orthodox EU-member states
Agadjanian, Alexander (Russian State University for Humanities, Russian Federation)
Individuality vs. Personhood: a Clash behind Russian Orthodox Human Rights Debates
Zherebiatiev, Mikhail (Voronezh State University, Russian Federation)
European legal values in current interpretation of the Russian Orthodox Church (1988-2009) (Russian)


CANCELLED: PANEL: XIV.04 CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES ON RUSSIAN MILITARY CULTURE
                                                                                                                    Room 461
CHAIR: White, Stephen (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
CANCELLED: Van Bladel, Joris (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Where has the Russian Soldier gone? (Western perceptions of the Russian Soldiers’ Culture)
Danilova, Nataliya (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
War commemoration in post-Soviet Russia: rituals and practices
Robertshaw, Sam (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Society-military relations and the legislative process


PANEL: XIV.05 EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES IN CENTRAL ASIA: THE ROLE OF GOVERNANCE AND INSTITUTIONAL COMPLEMENTARITIES
                                                                                                                Room 453
CHAIR: Hoen, Herman W. (University of Groningen, Netherlands) DISCUSSANT: Toews, Gerhard (University of Reading, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Stark, Manuel (PFH Göttingen, EBS Oestrich-Winkel, Germany)
The East Asian developmental state as a reference model for transition economies in Central Asia – An analysis of institutional
arrangements and exogenous constraints
Ahrens, Joachim (PFH Goettingen, Germany)
The politico-institutional foundation of economic transition in Central Asia
Vakulchuk, Roman (PFH Goettingen/Jacobs University Bremen, Germany)
Irnazarov, Farrukh (PFH Goettingen, Germany)
"Transition Strategies in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan since Independence: Paradoxes and Prospects"




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PANEL: XIV.06 ENERGY, ENERGY INVESTMENTS, AND RUSSIA'S SEARCH FOR A NEW RELATIONSHIP WITHIN EURASIA
                                                                                                  Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Dusseault, David (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Kassenova, Nargis (KIMEP, Kazakhstan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Balmaceda, Margarita (Seton Hall University, United States)
Russia’s Search for a Role in Energy Infrastructure Investments in Belarus and Ukraine: Deepening or Mitigating Energy
Security?
Palonkorpi, Mikko (Aleksanteri Institute, Finland)
Russia’s energy investments in the South Caucasus: Securitizing orde-securitizing tendencies?
CANCELLED: Closson, Stacy (Woodrow Wilson Center, United States)
Russia in Central Asia’s Power Sector: Uniting or Dividing the Region?

PANEL: XIV.08 FAMILY AND POLITICS IN THE POST-SOCIALIST SPACE: CHANGES AND CONTINUITIES
                                                                                                                     Room 361
CHAIR: Carlbäck, Helene (Södertörn University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Maija Runcis (Södertörn University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Gradskova, Yulia (Södertörn University, Sweden)
Public preschool centers and new familialism in Russia
Romanov, Pavel (HSE, Russian Federation)
Iarskaia-Smirnova, Elena (HSE, Russian Federation)
Who is guilty and what to do? Discourses on family and demography in social policy: current trends and legacy of the past
Zhurzhenko, Tatiana (Vienna University, Austria)
Gender, Nation and Reproduction:Demographic discourses and practices in Ukraine after the Orange Revolution
Farhan, Christine (Södertörn univeritsy, Sweden)
Women remembering family in the GDR


CANCELLED: PANEL: XIV.09 ON MASS MEDIA
                                                                                                                     Room 459
CHAIR: Håstad, Disa (Former Correspondent, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XII.04: Paper XIV.09.1, Simons, Greg (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Using a Western Yardstick on the Russian Mass Media: Fruitful or Futile?
CANCELLED: Belyakov, Alexander (Foundation for Local Democracy, Ukraine, Ukraine)
Freedom of Speech for Sale in Ukrainian Mass Media: Consequences for Politics
CANCELLED: Dymytrova, Valentyna (Lyon 2 University, France)
Between East and West: Media Representations of Ukrainian Identities during the Orange Revolution


PANEL: XIV.10 MIGRATION IN THE POST-SOVIET SPACE IN LIGHT OF EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: A COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVE
                                                                                                                 Room 451
CHAIR: Zubok, Vladislav M. (Temple University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Malinkin, Mary Elizabeth (Kennan Institute,
Woodrow Wilson Center, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mukomel, Vladimir (Institute of Sociology, RAS, Russian Federation)
The Russian perception of the US migration experience: to stumble over old foreign mistakes or repeatedly hit on Russia’s own
mistakes? (Russian)
Korobkov, Andrei (Middle Tennessee State University, United States)
Migration Policies in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective




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PANEL: XIV.11 RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND RUSSIAN SOCIAL LIFE
                                                                                                                 Room 353
CHAIR: Dobrovolskij, Dmitrij (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Mikaelian, Irina (Pennsylvania
State University, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Rathmayr, Renate (WU Wien, Austria)
Tradition, innovation and adaptation in Russian business discourse: The example of job-application interviews
Shmeleva, Elena (Institute of Russian Language, RAS, Russian Federation)
New Reading of Old Words in Russian of XXI Century (Russian)
Weiss, Daniel (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
Freedom of Opinion, Evidentiality, and Epistemic Modality: a Challenge for Russian Forensic Linguistics
Levontina, Irina (Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation)
Word definitions in Russian lexicography and in Russian legislation (Russian)
Krause, Marion (University Frankfurt/Main, Germany)
Cross-cultural aspects of terminology in management: terms and concepts


PANEL: XIV.13 THE TYPOLOGY OF GRAMMATICAL CHANGES IN THE CONTEXT OF SLAVIC-GERMAN LANGUAGE CONTACT
                                                                                                                   Room 356
CHAIR: Miloradovi, Sofija (Institute of Serbian Language SASA, Serbia) DISCUSSANT: Kaczmarska, Elzbieta (University of
Warsaw, Poland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Pawischitz, Sabine (Znanstveni institut Gradiscanskih Hrvato, Austria)
The verbal aspect in Burgenland-Croatian (German)
Nomachi, Motoki (Hokkaido University, Japan)
The Recipient Passive in Kashubian: Grammatical Replication and Innovation
CANCELLED: Zele, Andreja (Institut of Slovene language, SRC SASA, Slovenia)
Sicherl, Eva (Faculty of Arts, Slovenia)
Valency and Prepositions: Comparative and Contrastive Slovene-German Aspects (Russian)


PANEL: XIV.14 DEMOCRATIZATION AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN RUSSIA
                                                                                                                Room 351
CHAIR: Kleberg, Olof (Former editor-in-chief, Västerbottenskuriren, Umeå, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Hayoz, Nicolas (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
Globalization and resistance: authoritarian power structures in Russia and the challenges of modernity
Alexander, Sungurov (SPb branch of Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Human Rights Institutionalization in Russia
Saari, Sinikukka (Finnish Institute of International Affai, Finland)
The Russian way: The changing representations of Russian democracy and their impact on Russian foreign policy


PANEL: XIV.15 DIGITISATION OF COLLECTIONS: AN UPDATE
                                                                                                            Room 254
CHAIR: Spencer, George Andrew (University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States) DISCUSSANT: Warmbrunn, Jurgen
(Herder-Institut, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Yoo, Hee-Gwone (New York Public Library, United States)
The Digitization of Visual Resources from Russia and Eastern Europe in the New York Public Library
Trehub, Aaron (Auburn University, United States)
Distributed Digital Preservation: Two Examples



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Klotz, Bea (CEEOL, Germany)
On the Advantage and Disadvantage of Digitization for Life


CANCELLED: PANEL: XIV.16 ETHNOPOLITICAL CONFLICTS: POST-COLD WAR ETHNO-POLITICAL CONFLICTS IN CEE AND CENTRAL ASIA
                                                                                                                  Room 359
CHAIR: Heinrich, Hans-Georg (University of Vienna ICEUR, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Munroe, Colin (OSCE, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVI.04: Paper XIV.16.1, Lisenco, Vlada (Tiraspol State University, Moldavia)
Conflict Resolution in Moldova (Russian)
Vogl, Doris (VOGL, Doris, Austria)
Some Observations as regards the Status Quo of Inter-ethnic Tensions in the Republic of Georgia
Kubanychbek, Nona (Bishkek University, Kyrgyzstan)
Conflicts in Central Asia
Mirimanova, Natalia (International Alert, PATRIR, Belgium)
New regional context for the conflicts in the South Caucasus: a stronger case for regional peace initiatives?


PANEL: XIV.17 POLITICAL PARTIES
                                                                                                                     Room 355
CHAIR: Aylott, Nicholas (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Casal Bértoa, Fernando (European University Institute, Italy)
Do Institutions still Matter?: Perils of Semi-Presidentialism for
Party System Institutionalization in New East Central European Democracies
Turovsky, Rostislav (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
Party systems in post-communist states: new trends and bifurcations
Riishøj, Søren (Institute of Political Science, Denmark)
Political parties in CEECs- with Civic Platform (PO) in Poland as the case
NEW: Chung, Eunsook (The Sejong Institute, Republic of Korea)
Foreign Policy Orientation of Russia's Major Parties: Toward the West, CIS, and Korea (Paper XVII.02.3)
NEW: Svyetlov, Oleksandr (National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine)
Parties of Power in the post-Soviet space: the Case Study (Paper XVII.02.4)


PANEL: XIV.18 RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY ART
                                                                                                                     Room 252
CHAIR: Öberg, Johan (Gothenburg University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Bryzgel, Amy (University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
Afrika, the Russian Dog and Marilyn Monroe: Performing Post-Soviet Russian Identity
Chernetska, Alla (Université de Paris: Panthéon Sorbonne, France)
The artists of “post-diaspora” and “high diaspora” in the process of emigration in the second half of the 20th century
NEW: Paper XVII.08.3, Metz, Eric (Ghent University/Artesis UC Antwerp, Belgium)
Almost Photographs: Sergey Timofeev and 'New Realism' in Contemporary Russian Multimedia Poetry (Russian)
CANCELLED: Bragina, Natalia (Pushkin Institute of the Russian Lang., Russian Federation)
The New Moscow Monuments as a Playing Space of the Public Memory (Russian)




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PANEL: XIV.19 VARIOUS ASPECTS OF 19TH CENTRY AND INTERWAR HISTORY II
                                                                                                                   Room 462
CHAIR: TBA

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Biskupski, M. B. B. (CCSU, United States)
The Legions of World War I as Founding Myth for Modern Poland
Chukanov, Ivan (Ulyanovsk State University, Russian Federation)
The Civil War and famine in the Volga region (Russian)
Polunov, Alexander (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
The White International: Ideological and Organizational Contacts between Russian and Western Conservatives (Late
Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century)


PANEL: XIV.20 WOMEN'S VOICES FROM THE URAL
                                                                                                                 Room 255
CHAIR: Vishevsky, Anatoly (Grinnell College, United States) NEW DISCUSSANT: Marsh, Rosalind (University of Bath, United
Kingdom) (CANCELLED: Azhgikhina, Nadezhda, Moscow State University, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Mélat, Hélène (university Paris-Sorbonne, France)
Revisiting the Legends of the Ural : 2017 by Olga Slavnikova
Doraiswamy, Rashmi (ACADEMY OF THIRD WORLD STUDIES, India)
Gorlanova and Slavnikova: Two Women Writers from the Ural Region
Saxena, Ranjana (University of Delhi, India)
Travails of Transition and "The Immortal" by Olga Slavnikova


PANEL: XIV.21 ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP II
                                                                                                                   Room 352
CHAIR: Cooper, Julian (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Subrakova, Liudmila (The Khakas state university named Katano, Russian Federation)
The factors of firms' ecological behavior in the transitive economy (Russian)
Deuber, Gunter (Deutsche Bank Research, Germany)
Kunadt, Falk (Fraunhofer MOEZ Leipzig, Germany)
Knowledge policy as a vital factor for stabilisation and to create a competitive advantage in CEE
Pavlyk, Khrystyna (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine)
Interdependence of entrepreneurship and sustainable economic growth: experience and prospects for Poland, Hungary, and
Ukraine
Makó, Csaba (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
Csizmadia, Péter, Illéssy, Miklós, Szanyi, Miklós (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary), Iwasaki, Ichiro (Hitotsubashi
University, Japan)
Organizational Innovation in Comparative Perspective (The Hungarian versus Slovak Knowledge Intensive Business Service
Sector)
NEW: Waack, Christoph (TU Chemnitz, Germany)
Boon and Bane of gold mining: digging to symbolic resources in Romania's periyphery (Paper XIII.20.2)


PANEL: XIV.22, VISUAL CULTURE OF THE PUTIN ERA (MOVED FROM SATURDAY 31 JULY 8.30, OLD NUMBER, XVII.14, REMAINS IN PROGRAM
AND ABSTRACT BOOKS)
                                                                                                                   Room 353
CHAIR: Jungen, Bettina (Amherst College, United States) DISCUSSANT: Menzel, Birgit (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz,
Germany)




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PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Jungen, Bettina (Amherst College, United States)
Sweet Dreams – Retro Imagery on Chocolate Packaging in Post-Soviet Russia
Liderman, Yulia (The Power of Images : Visual Culture of, Russian Federation)
Why is the concept of performance art not popular in Russia today? (Russian)
Engelfried, Alexandra (Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany)
Jungen, Bettina (Switzerland), Liderman, Julja (Russian Federation)
Portrait of the President Vladimir Putin between Art, Cult and Commerce




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FRIDAY JULY 30                                                   13:30-15:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XV.01 CROSSROADS OF POLITICS AND CULTURE IN TRANSITION (AZERBAIJAN, BOSNIA AND CROATIA)
                                                                                                                    Room 255
Chaired and organized by: Geybullayeva, Rahilya (Baku Slavic University, Azerbaijan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Geybullayeva, Rahilya (Baku Slavic University, Azerbaijan)
Three waves of deconstructivism in post-Soviet Azerbaijani literature
CANCELLED: Festic, Fatima (Columbia University, United States)
Culture, "Nation", Politics: The slippery ground of representations and transformations
CANCELLED: Garagyezova, Elnara (Baku Slavic University, Azerbaijan)
The Aidin Talibzade's postmodern fiction “The model of Butterfly – 102”as an in example of postsoviet Azerbaijani literature
Auch, Eva-Maria (University Bonn, Germany)
Fear of death and contempt of death in post-socialist societies: coping with dying in Azerbaijan (German)
CANCELLED: Mirzayev, Rasim (Bonn University, Germany)
Westernization in Azerbaijan: periodization and collisions between values


PANEL: XV.02 TRANSITIONS I
                                                                                                                    Room 254
CHAIR: Petsinis, Vassilis (Södertörns Högskola, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Rivera, David (Hamilton College, United States)
Quantifying the Impact of Leadership in the Postcommunist Transitions
Izotov, Alexander (University of Joensuu, Finland)
REPOSITIONING A BORDER AREA: Soviet legacy vs. post-Soviet transition
Raff, Murray (Universirty of Canberra, Australia)
Taitslin, Anna (Universirty of Canberra, Australia
Socialist Civil Law in Comparative Perspective – Looking back to the twentieth century


PANEL: XV.03 IDENTITIES IN CENTRAL ASIA
                                                                                                                    Room 454
CHAIR: Hinnemo, Torgny (Journalist and author, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Usmanov, Gayrat (National University of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan)
The transformation and development of modern youth subculture in Uzbekistan
Khan, Valeriy (Institute of History, Uzbekistan)
The Common Historical Past in the Post-Soviet Central Asia: the Factor of Integration or Alienation?
Hamrin-Dahl, Tina (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Chabad Lubavitch as a Role Model: How to be Jewish in Central Asia
NEW: Fauve, Adrien (Sciences Po (Paris, France), France)
Astana: Heart of Eurasia? Identity Politics and Urbanism in post-soviet Kazakhstan (Paper VIII.11.1)




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PANEL: XV.06 SCANDINAVIA AND THE NORTH OF RUSSIA. THE CURRENT SITUATION AND THE FUTURE OF COOPERATION IN ECONOMY, POLITICS
AND STRATEGY
                                                                                                                     Room 356
CHAIR: Susiluoto, Ilmari (Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, Finland) NEW DISCUSSANT: Sablin, Vasili (Vologda University,
Russian Federation). (CANCELLED: Lange, Peer, Emer. Ref. Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Popov, Alexander (Komi Science Center, Russian Federation)
The positive experience of the concept of "Northern dimension" of European Union for northern regions of Russia (on example
of Komi Republic) (Russian)
Smetanin, Alexander (Komi Science Center, Russian Federation)
Development of a new ethno-cultural complex at the North (Republic of Komi) (Russian)
NEW: Luukkanen, Arto (Helsinki University, Finland)
About Strategies of Scandinavia and Northern Russia
CANCELLED: Mikhailov, Vyacheslav (Russian Academy of Civil Service, Russian Federation)
"Northern social and ecological congress" as a new instrument in developing "Nothern dimension" of Russian policy (Russian)


PANEL: XV.07 CROSS-BORDER GAZE ON THE NORTHERN LANDSCAPE AND ENVIRONMENT
                                                                                                                       Room 355
CHAIR: Kaiser, Arne Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Doel, Ron United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Lajus, Julia (European University at St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Sorlin, Sverker (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Melting the Glacial Curtain: Hans Ahlmann and Scandinavian-Soviet Connections in Understanding the Arctic Environment
Shaw, Denis (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Moran, Dominique (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Anglo-Russian Musings on the Cultural Landscape in the Russian North.
Wråkberg, Urban (Barents Institute, Norway)
Scenario Research and Map Design as Instruments of Cross-Border Politics in Northern Europe and Russia


PANEL: XV.08 EMIGRATION TO EUROPE AS THE PHENOMENON OF MODERN RUSSIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE
                                                                                                               Room 252
CHAIR: Demidova, Olga (Russian State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Dragunsky, Denus (Editor of
journal Kosmopolis, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Demidova, Olga (Russian State pedagogical Iniversity, Russian Federation)
Russian-European (Em) Igration: Its Cultural Paradigm, Dual Effects, and Perspectives (Russian)
Gryakalova, Nataliya (Institute of Russian Literature of RAN, Russian Federation)
Orientalia Parisiana: Subliterary Milieu as a Transmitter of Eurasian Ideas (Orientalist V. Nikitin and Writer A. Remizov)
(Russian)
Meimre, Aurika (Tallinn University, Estonia)
Russian Émigré Writers as Intermediaries between Estonian and Russian Cultures in 1920-1930-es (Russian)
Lucewicz, Ludmila (University of Warsaw, Poland)
West/East in the memoirs of the Russian Emigration: Zinaida Gippius and her literary environment (Russian)




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PANEL: XV.09 ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTER AS DRIVING FORCE FOR POLITICAL AND SOCIAL MOBILISATION? THE AFTERMATH OF CHERNOBYL
                                                                                                                  Room 461
CHAIR: Buus, Stephanie (Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Kasperski, Tatyana (European
Humanities University Vilnius, Belarus)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Arndt, Melanie (Center for Contemporary History Potsdam, Germany)
Insecurity and Uncertainty as Foundation? German Chernobyl Initiatives and their Dedication to Mitigate the Consequences of
the Chernobyl Disaster in Belarus.
Ivanova, Evgenia (European Humanities University, Belarus)
Being Political in the Post-Chernobyl Context: Gender Perspectives on Citizenship
CANCELLED: Stepanov, Andrei (European Humanities University, Belarus)
The Interplay of Nuclear and Chernobyl Discourse in Belarus (1986-2009)
CANCELLED: Leukhina, Anastasiya (National University "Kiev-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine)
Socio-Political Mobilization in Ukraine After Chernobyl


PANEL: XV.11 NEIGHBOURHOOD ON THE EDGE: EU-RUSSIA RELATIONS FROM A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE
                                                                                                  Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Eskelinen, Heikki (University of Joensuu, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Sakwa, Richard (University of Kent at Canterbury,
United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Scott, James Wesley (University of Joensuu, Finland) Kolossov, Vladimir (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
Evidence of an Emerging Finnish-Russian Borderlands
Liikanen, Ilkka (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
The West and cooperation with the West in late- and post-Soviet social and political mobilization in the Republic of Karelia
Belokurova, Elena (St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Nozhenko, Maria (European University St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Regional Community Building and Cross-Border Interaction in North-Western Russia


PANEL: XV.13 "POST-DEMOCRACY” IN EASTERN EUROPE AND ITS SOCIAL EMBEDDING
                                                                                                              Room 453
CHAIR AND DISCUSSANT: Segert, Dieter (University of Vienna, Austria) (CANCELLED DISCUSSANT: Bozoki, András, Central
European University, Hungary)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Malova, Darina (Comenius University, Slovakia)
On the specific social embeddings of the East Central European democracies
De Nève, Dorothée (IGK, Germany)
From the Crisis of Democracy to Post-Democracy?
Olteanu, Tina (University of Vienna, Austria)
Political Entrepreneurs – what happens if the parliament becomes an Industrialists' Association?


PANEL: XV.14 RUSSIAN AUTEUR CINEMA AND THE EFFECTS OF GLASNOST AND PERESTROIKA
                                                                                                                    Room 253
CHAIR: Engel, Christine (University of Innsbruck, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Lipovetsky, Mark (University of Colorado at Boulder,
United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Beumers, Birgit (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)
Aleksei Balabanov: between auteur and commercialism?
MacFadyen, David (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
Sergei Solov’ev’s “2-ASSA-2” and the Role of Nostalgic Remakes in Post-Soviet Visual Culture
Zvonkine, Eugenie (Universite de Paris 8, France)

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Muratova's cinema before and after Perestroïka: deconstructing and rebuilding film aesthetics.


PANEL: XV.16 THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF RUSSIAN EMIGRES IN ASIA
                                                                                                                     Room 462
CHAIR: Ikuta, Michiko (Osaka University, Japan) CHAIR: Bakich, Olga (University of Toronto, Canada)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Bakich, Olga (University of Toronto, Canada)
China in the Russian Emigre Poetry of Harbin and Shanghai (Russian)
Fujiwara, Katsumi (Osaka University, Japan)
Russian Economic Life in Harbin: From the Historical Role of the Churin Company (Russian)
Ikuta, Michiko (Osaka University, Japan) Fujiwara, Katsumi (Osaka University, Igaue, Naho (Chuo University, Japan) , Bakich,
Olga (University of Toronto, Canada) , Aurilene, Elena (Far Eastern State Humanitarian University, Russian Federation)
Cultural Heritage of Russian Émigrés in Manchukuo (1932-1945), the Puppet State of Japan
Igaue, Naho (Chuo University, Japan)
Japanese Perspectives on Cossack Villages in the “Manchukuo” Period: Analysis of Published Materials in Japanese (Russian)
Aurilene, Elena (Far Eastern State Humanitarian University, Russian Federation)
Ikuta, Michiko, Fudsivara, Katzumi (Osaka university, Japan), Igaue, Naho (Chuo University, Japan) , Bakich, Olga (University of
Toronto, Canada)
Fates of the Russian Emigrant Culture in China. 1920-1940-s. (Russian)


PANEL: XV.17 THE FUTURE OF RUSSIAN IN THE ERA OF NEW TECHNOLOGY II
                                                                                                                Room 352
CHAIR: Hristova, Daniela (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Paulsen, Martin (University of Bergen,
Norway)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Gorham, Michael (University of Florida, United States)
Virtual Russophoniia: Language Politics and Political Technologies in Putin-era Russia
Strenge, Gesine (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
The Reception of Loanwords in Russian Linguistic Culture in the Era of New Technology
Zvereva, Vera (Russian State University for Humanities, Russian Federation)
Identity and language in teenager blogs on the Ru.net (Russian)


PANEL: XV.18 MAKING SCIENCE AND SPACE: TOWARDS A DIALOGISM OF LOCAL KNOWLEDGE AND GLOBAL SCIENCE IN THE RUSSIAN AND SOVIET
EMPIRE (1800-1950)
This panel is supported by Gerda Henkel Stiftung
                                                                                                               Room 353
CHAIR: David-Fox, Michael (University of Maryland, United States) DISCUSSANT: Mogilner, Marina ("Ab Imperio" Quarterly,
Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Herzberg, Julia (Rachel Carson Center, Germany)
Writing Self and Space: Geography and Peasant Correspondents in the Russian North
Kreiten, Irma (University of Southampton, UK, Turkey)
Trickster Ethnographies: Exploring Borders and (Be-) longings in Western Caucasus
Sperling, Walter (Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany)
Of Region and Empire: Writing History and Histories at the Lower Volga in Late Imperial Russia
Fein, Julia (University of Chicago, United States)
Gospodin Kosmopolit: Siberian local museums and spaces of science in the Russian Empire, 1881-1915




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PANEL: XV.19 “BEYOND PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP” – CULTURAL COLD WAR ENCOUNTERS AT THE WORLD YOUTH FESTIVALS, 1940S–1970S
                                                                                                                      Room 359
CHAIR: Kansikas, Suvi (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Autio-Sarasmo, Sari (University of Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Koivunen, Pia (University of Tampere, Finland)
A Tool for Controlling World Youth? Soviet Union and the World Youth Festivals in the 1940s-1950s
Junes, Tom (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Poland)
From Stalinist Hubris to Youthful Nemesis: the 1955 Warsaw World Festival of Youth and Students.
Krekola, Joni (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Olympic Games and World Youth Festival in Helsinki. Comparison of the Cultural Cold War Spectacles


PANEL: XV.20 GENDER AND THE RUSSIAN LABOUR MARKET
                                                                                                              Room 361
CHAIR: Sätre, Ann-Mari (Uppsala University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Shapiro, Judith (London Schoolof Economics, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Oshchepkov, Aleksey (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Gender Wage Gap in Russia (Russian)
Katz, Katarina (Karlstad University, Sweden)
Wages in transition – gender differentials in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia
Karabchuk, Tatiana (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Determinants of temporary employment for men and women in Russia
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVI.10: Paper III.22.4, Zdravomyslova, Elena (European University at St.Petersburg, Russian
Federation)
Chains of care: contemporary Russian version


PANEL: XV.21 MARKET ECONOMY WITH SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS IN POST- COMMUNIST SPACE
                                                                                                              Room 357
CHAIR: Fogelklou, Anders (University of Uppsala, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Hedlund, Stefan (Uppsala University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Libman, Alexander (Frankfurt School of Finance, Germany)
Government-Business Relations in Russia and Central Asia: A Comparative Analysis
NEW: Komilov, Sobir (Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia)
Financial System of Uzbekistan: Perspectives and challenges (Paper VIII.14.2)
NEW: Viktorov, Ilya (Stockholm University, Sweden)
The development of Russian financial market and its institutional actors: From the fall of the Soviet Union to the financial
crisis 2008 (Paper VIII.14.3)




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PANEL: XV.22 MULTIPLICITY OF REGIMES IN THE USSR
                                                                                                                Room 459
CHAIR: Kondratieva, Tamara (univ. Valenciennes, France) DISCUSSANT: Osokina, Elena (University of South Carolina, United
States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Zhuravlev, Sergey (Institute of Russian History RAS, Russian Federation)
From Soviet to post-Soviet labor regimes: Case of AvtoVAZ Car-Building Factory, from late 1980s to 2009
Sokolov, Andrei (Institute of Russian History, RAS, Russian Federation)
Regimnost’ on the Soviet Factories (Russian)
Smirnova, Tatiana (Institute of Russian History, RAS, Russian Federation)
Soviet child-care institutions and their regimes in the 1917- 1940 (Russian)
Burbank, Jane (New York University, United States)
Regimes before Rezhimnost': The Rights of Difference before 1917


PANEL: XV.23 THE RUSSIAN HOME FRONT IN A CONTINUUM OF WAR, 1914-1922: NEW RESEARCH
                                                                                                                Room 451
CHAIR: Lindenmeyr, Adele (Villanova University, United States) DISCUSSANT: Read, Christopher (University of Warwick,
United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Sanborn, Joshua (Lafayette College, United States)
When the Front Came Home: The Great Retreat of 1915 and the Transformation of Russian Society
Cook, Lara (Newcastle University, United Kingdom)
Inside Lenin’s Government: the First Central Administrative Organs of the Soviet Government 1917-22.
Tumanova, Anastasiya (State University - Higher School of Econ, Russian Federation)
Title: "Russian Voluntary Associations during World War I"
Bulgakova, Liudmila (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation)
The Phenomenon of the Emancipated Soldatka. (Russian)


PANEL: XV.24 POST-SOVIET RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHY BETWEEN CULTURE AND POLITICS
                                                                                                                 Room 351
CHAIR: Agadjanian, Alex (Russian University for Humanities, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Stodolsky, Ivor (University of
Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Oittinen, Vesa (Alexanderinstitutet, Finland)
Vadim Mezhuev's Theory of Culture
Swiderski, Edward (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
The Rising Tide of Culture Theory in Russia since the Late 1990's
van der Zweerde, Evert (Radboud University, Netherlands)
After Katastrojka and Kleptokratija - Political Philosophy in Russia since the 1990s




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FRIDAY JULY 30                                                   15:30-17:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XVI.01 RUSSIAN FEDERALISM
                                                                                                                     Room 355
CHAIR: Rodin, Johhny (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Kim, In Seong (Korea University, Republic of Korea)
Different Perceptions on “Sovereignty” among Central and Regional Governments in the Russian Federation: Focusing on
Tatarstan and Chechnya
Aburamoto, Mari (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
The Dissolution of the Soviet Social Contract? Regional Welfare Politics in Post-Communist Russia
Chuman, Mizuki (Keio University, Japan)
The Reforms of Federation Council in Russia and the Influence on Federal and Regional Political Process: Institutions? or
Individual Actors?
Trofimova, Irina (Institute of Sociology, Russian Federation)
Local self-government in Russian Federation: from local democracy to administrative decentralization (Russian)
Farukshin, Midkhat (Kazan University, Russian Federation)
Strengthening imbalance in the Russian federalism (Russian)


PANEL: XVI.02 ADMINISTRATION AND MODERNISATION IN POLAND, 1700 – 1815
                                                                                                                     Room 356
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Stanley, John (Government of Ontario, Canada)
Adaptation or Transformation? The development of the Napoleonic administrative system in the Duchy of Warsaw (1807-
1815)
Collmer, Peter (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
The Multiculturality of Rule in 18th Century Poland-Lithuania
Kleinmann, Yvonne (Leipzig University, Germany)
Competitors in Administration: The Four Years' Sejm and its Surroundings as a Challenge to Privileges of Religious
Communities
CANCELLED: Thackeray, Frank (University of Louisville, United States)
Problems of administrative modernisation: Alexander I and the Polish Congress Kingdom


PANEL: XVI.03 CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE STATE IN RUSSIAN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                                   Room 451
CHAIR: Scott, James (University of Joensuu, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Jukarainen, Pirjo (University of Tampere, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Virkkunen, Joni (University of Joensuu, Finland)
Sex and Civic Activism: Human Rights and Morality in post-Soviet Russian Boundary Politics
Anders, Rainer-Elk (Staffordshire University, United Kingdom)
Whose needs? The Role of Civil Society Actors in Social Contracting in the Russian Federation
CANCELLED: Laine, Jussi (University of Joensuu, Finland)
Demidov, Andrey (Petrozavodsk State University, Russian Federation)
On whose terms, for which purpose? Civil society organisations as engines of cross-border interaction




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PANEL: XVI.04 ETHNOPOLITICAL CONFLICTS: POST-COLD WAR ETHNO-POLITICAL CONFLICTS IN CEE AND CENTRAL ASIA, SESSION 2
                                                                                                                Room 463
CHAIR: Chvorostov, Alexander (Institute f.Advanced Studies IHS-Vienna, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Heinrich, Hans-Georg
(University of Vienna ICEUR), Austria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Isaev, Kusein (Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University, Kyrgyzstan)
Identity problems in post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan (Russian)
Alimbekova, Gulzhan (CIOM, Kazakhstan)
Influence quality of life on dynamics of demographic indicators in Kazakhstan (Russian)
Shabdenova, Aizhan (CIOM, Kazakhstan)
Income from employment - the main source of monetary income of households in Kazakhstan (Russian)
NEW: Lisenco, Vlada (Tiraspol State University, Moldavia)
Conflict Resolution in Moldova (Russian) (Paper XIV.16.1)


PANEL: XVI.05 RECENT CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE HOLOCAUST IN EASTERN EUROPE AND THE USSR
                                                                                                                     Room 357
CANCELLED: CHAIR: Tabachnikova, Olga (University of Bristol, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Shrayer, Maxim D. (Boston College, United States)
Jewish-Russian Poets as Witnesses of the Holocaust: 1941-1946
Michlic, Joanna (Brandeis University, United States)
The Theatre of the Memory: Remembering the Holocaust in Post-communist Poland
Weiss-Wendt, Anton (Norwegian Holocaust Center, Norway)
Perceptions of the Holocaust in Post-Soviet Baltic States
Liekis, Šarūnas (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)
Holocaust and Cultural Memory in Lithuania


PANEL: XVI.06 RECENT TRENDS IN RESEARCH ON SOUTHEAST EUROPE IN THE GERMAN SPEAKING AREA
                                                                                                                     Room 459
CHAIR: Brey, Hansjörg (Southeast Europe Association, Germany) DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Jordan, Peter (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria)
Mapping Transformation Processes - the Atlas of Eastern and Southeastern Europe
Küpper, Herbert (Institute for East European Law, Germany)
Towards larger units: institutional redesign and the creation of the ‚Research Centre for Eastern and South Eastern Europe‘ in
Regensburg
CANCELLED: Dahmen, Wolfgang (Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet, Germany)
The Jena Graduate School „Cultural Orientations and Institutional Order in South East Europe”




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PANEL: XVI.07 VARIOUS ASPECTS OF 19TH CENTURY AND INTERWAR HISTORY III
                                                                                                                    Room 352
CHAIR: CHAIR: Carlbäck, Helene (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Taitslin, Anna (University of Canberra, Australia)
The debate on the commune on the eve of peasant emancipation: the long shadow of Russian paternalism
Petronis, Vytautas (Herder-Institut, Germany)
The Contested City: Vilnius as depicted on Russian Imperial ethnographic and early Lithuanian national maps (1840 – 1914)
Soerbye, Yngvild (University of Oslo, Norway)
Writing her life – living her writings. The myths and (self) portraits of A.M. Kollontai
CANCELLED: Clifford, Lawrence (University of Massachusetts at Boston, United States)
Kaliningrad: Russian-Polish Relations Since Perestroika and the origins of these relations from the Polish-Russian War of 1920

PANEL: XVI.08 COMMON PAST AND OVERLAPPING HISTORY. RUSSIAN-FINNISH RELATIONS IN PROFESSIONAL HISTORIOGRAPHY AND POPULAR
MEMORY
                                                                                                                 Room 453
CHAIR: Vihavainen, Timo (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Luukkanen, Arto Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Solomeshch, Ilya (Petrozavodsk State University, Russian Federation)
Conflicts of the 20th Century: Finland as a Touchstone for Soviet and Post-Soviet Historians
Paaskoski, Jyrki (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Image of Russia in the Context of Finnish Historiography of Russian–Swedish wars
Takala, Irina (Petrozavodsk State University, Russian Federation)
Finland in Russian historiographical context of the Wars between Russia and Sweden (Russian)


PANEL: XVI.09 DYNASTIC POLITICS AND CULTURE IN PRE-MODERN RUSSIA
                                                                                                             Room 359
CHAIR: Pereswetoff-Morath, Alexander (Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Kivelson, Valerie
(University of Michigan, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Isoaho, Mari (University of Helsinki, Finland)
"The Life of Alexander Nevskii" and the dynastic crisis of 1281-1293 in Vladimir-Suzdalia
Bogatyrev, Sergei (University College London, United Kingdom)
Dynastic Politics and Succession in Russia, 1498-1598
Bushkovitch, Paul (Yale University, United States)
Succession in the Romanov Dynasty 1613-1801: Was Russia a Hereditary Monarchy?


PANEL: XVI.10 GENDER EQUALITY IN MODERN RUSSIA
                                                                                                               Room 361
CHAIR: Shapiro, Judith (London School of Economics, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Katz, Katarina (Karlstad University,
Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Soboleva, Irina (Institute of Economy RAS, Russian Federation)
Baskakova, Marina (Higher School of Economics, , Soboleva, Irina (Institute of Economy RAS, Russian Federation)
Russian Mothers on the Labour Market
NEW: Zdravomyslova, Elena (European University at St.Petersburg, Russian Federation)
Chains of care: contemporary Russian version (Paper III.22.4)
CANCELLED: Mezentseva, Elena (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Gender Inequality in the Labour Market and the Reproduction of Poverty in Russia



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PANEL: XVI.11 MARKET AND ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT IN TRANSFORMATION ECONOMIES: THE CASES OF HUNGARY, RUSSIA, SAXONY
(GERMANY) AND SERBIA
                                                                                                  Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Iwasaki, Ichiro (Hitotsubashi University, Japan) CANCELLED: DISCUSSANT: Golikova, Viktoria (Higher School of
Economics, Russian Federation)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Yakovlev, Andrei (Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation) Simachev, Yuri (MAC, Danilov, Yuri (CCMD, Russian Fed.)
Russian corporation before and after crisis
Dallago, Bruno (University of Trento, Italy)
Guglielmetti, Chiara (University of Trento, Italy)
Transformation policies, vulnerability and entrepreneurship: A comparison between SMEs policies in Hungary and in Russia.
Brezinski, Horst (TU Bergakademie, Germany)
Are Industrial Networks a Sufficient Protection Against the Global Economic Crisis? The case of Saxony (Germany)


PANEL: XVI.12 STUDYING CRISIS SITUATIONS IN THE EURASIAN HISTORY: NEW METHODS AND STRATEGIES
                                                                                                                  Room 353
CHAIR: Stepanova, Liliya (Academy IMSIT, Russian Federation) DISCUSSANT: Fialkova, Larisa (The University of Haifa, Israel)
DISCUSSANT: Yelenevskaya, Maria (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel) DISCUSSANT: Kurilo, Olga (Europa
Universität Viadrina, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Fialkova, Larisa (The University of Haifa, Israel)
Yelenevskaya, Maria (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)
Types of Interviews: How Do They Affect the Outcome of Anthropological Studies?
Kurilo, Olga (Europa Universität Viadrina, Germany)
The Russification and cultural crisis in the Baltic provinces of the Russian empire (19th – 20th century): Assimilation policy and
its consequences
Stepanova, Liliya (Academy IMSIT, Russian Federation)
Modern version of demographic theory on the Russian 16th century crisis: mass sources and Structural analysis (Russian)
Font, Márta (UNIVERSITY OF PÉCS, Hungary)
The Crises of Medieval Society - Examples from Hungarian Kingdom and Kievan Rus'


PANEL: XVI.13 UTOPIA, IDEOLOGY AND REALITY - HOW TO DESCRIBE SOVIET SYSTEM?
                                                                                                             Room 461
CHAIR: Moon, David (University of Durham, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Rees, Arfon (University of Birmingham, United
Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Jänis-Isokangas, Ira (University of Helsinki, Finland)
The Gap between Soviet Utopia and Reality - Explanations for the
Social Problems in the 1920's Soviet Society
Leisti, Simo (Tampere University, Finland)
Ideology and Social Sciences in the Soviet Union - a casestudy on an ideological debate
Velikanova, Olga (University of North Texas, United States)
Popular Defeatism and the First Stalin’s Mass Arrests Operation in 1927




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PANEL: XVI.14 WITNESSING, WRITING, AND SCREENING THE LIVES OF WORLD WAR II HEROES
                                                                                                               Room 351
CHAIR: Rogachevski, Andrei (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Rogachevski, Andrei (University of
Glasgow, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Brintlinger, Angela (Ohio State University, United States)
“A ‘Lost Generation’: The Boys of 1924 in Astafiev’s The Accursed and the Dead”
Harris, Adrienne (Baylor University, United States)
Images of War in a Time of Peace: The Reshaping of Soviet Heroes in Postwar Children's Literature
Steven G, Jug (University of Illinois, United States)
Heroism before victory: conflicting writings on masculine duty and heroic ideals in the Red Army, 1941-1942


PANEL: XVI.15 WRITING CULTURES AND TRADITIONS AT BORDERS
                                                                                                                    Room 253
CHAIR: Kurki, Tuulikki (University of Eastern Finland, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Tba

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Ristolainen, Mari (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
Drawing Lines: Soviet and Post-Soviet Cultural Representations of Borders in the Pskovian Amateur Art
Jaago, Tiiu (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Negotiating space in life stories: spatial identity in Estonia
Kurki, Tuulikki (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
Cultural Signification of the Finnish-Russian Borderland in Contemporary Writing (German)


PANEL: XVI.16 COMMUNIST LEGACIES
                                                                                                                    Room 462
CHAIR: Rindzeviciute, Egle (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Atai, Farhad (University of Tehran, Iran)
The Soviet Cultural Legacy in Tajikistan
Esaulov, Ivan (RGGU, Russian Federation)
Élite vs. people: collusion of post-soviet authorities as a product of soviet cultural continuity (Russian)
Lankauskas, Gediminas (University of Regina, Canada)
A "FUNNY" STATE AND A LAUGHING NATION: SOME SERIOUS THOUGHTS ABOUT LITHUANIA AFTER SOCIALISM
Gebauer, Ronald (Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany)
Back from the Land of Plenty: Ambassador – Assembler – Retiree? Former Diplomatic Personnel of the GDR between and
beyond Declassification.
CANCELLED: Steinacker, Gudrun (Federal Foreign Office of Germany, Germany)
Tackling the legacy of communist Secret Services in South Eastern Europe (SEE) in Politics, Economy, Society and Culture by
Transparency (German)




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PANEL: XVI.17 NEW TITLE: PROBLEMS OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE (FORMERLY: LANGUAGE AND DISCOURSE ANALYSIS)
                                                                                                       Room 252
CHAIRS: Pöppel, Ludmila (Stockholm University, Sweden), Hedin, Tora (Stockholm University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Kozlova, Tatiana (Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
The Post-Soviet Russia in Linguistic Awareness of Russians. (Russian)
Hoffmann, Edgar (University of Economics and Business, Austria)
Eurasia and Central Asia in Marketing from the Perspective of Cultural Studies
NEW: Paper X.19.5, Dovalil, Vit (Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic)
Foreign Language Teaching in the Czech Republic: A Policy Perspective
NEW:: Paper X.19.4, Leheckova, Helena (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Czech Language and Czech Identity
NEW: Paper X.19.2, Belchikov, Yully A. (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation)
The specific history of the democratization process in the Russian literary language in the end of the 20th - beginning of the
21th centuries (Russian)
CANCELLED: Kuznyetsova, Tetyana (Sumy State University, Ukraine)
Verbal aggression in the post-soviet information space: essence and ways of overcoming



PANEL: XVI.19 MIGRATION II: MUTUAL PERCEPTIONS
                                                                                                                       Room 454
CHAIR: Korobkov, Andrei (Middle Tennessee State University, United States)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Yoshimura, Takayuki (TUFS, Japan)
The Armenian Repatriation after WWII: propagation, immigration, and identity
Mizokami, Hiromi (Kyoto University, Japan)
The British Policy towards Polish Ex-servicemen Immediately after the Second World War
Molnar, Judit (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
Segregation or Integration? Russian Immigrants in Washington State, USA
Davidovic, Milena (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
The Disintegration of Yugoslavia and the New Forms of Migration
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XIII.17: Paper XVI.19.1, Urbansky, Sören (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
Manzhouli-Zabaikalsk. A “local” history of the Sino-Soviet border


PANEL: XVI.21 SOCIOLOGY OF ART AND CULTURE
                                                                                                                       Room 255
CHAIR: Öberg, Johan (Gothenburg University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Taylor, Jeffrey (International Business School - Budapest, Hungary)
The Artist Proletariat and the Rise of Modernism in the Hungarian Art Market
Kharkina, Anna (Södertörn University, BEEGS, Sweden)
Culture as a Bridge Maker: the Activity of The Baltic Offices of the Nordic Council of Ministers
Ruutu, Katja (Helsinki School of Economics, Finland)
Cultural industries in Russia
Lisov, Alexander (Vitebsk State University, Belarus)
Estimation of cultural and art traditions under conditions of transformation in modern belarussian society (Russian)
CANCELLED: Ashurbekov, Rozmat (Tashkent State Institute of Culture, Uzbekistan)
Research on Differences of Cultures of Managers in Uzbekistan


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PANEL: XVI.22 TRANSITIONS II
                                                                                                                   Room 254
CHAIR: Zakharov, Nikolay (Södertörn University/Uppsala University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
CANCELLED: Babayev, Azer (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Germany)
Political Transition in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan: A Historical Institutionalist Analysis
Pop, Adrian (National School of Political Studies and Public Administration & Lumina Foundation Education Institutions,
Romania)
The 1989 European Revolutions in Retrospect
Cibulka, Frank (Zayed University, United Arab Emirates)
Post-Communist Transition and Globalization: A Comparative Case-Study of the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Petsinis, Vassilis (Södertörns Högskola, Sweden)
Twenty years after 1989: A social scientist's perspective




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FRIDAY JULY 30                                                    18:00-20:00

PLENARY SESSION
                                                                                                       Room: The Auditorium
ARE THERE 'VIEWS FROM THE EAST'? SLAVIC EURASIAN STUDIES IN EAST ASIA
PANELISTS:
Uyama, Tomohiko (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Central Eurasian Studies in Japan: A Close Combination of Russian and Oriental Studies
Liu, Wenfei (Institute of Foreign Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
From 'a Textbook for Life' to 'the Other Landscape': Changes in the Perception of Russian Literature in China Today
Tabata, Shin-Ichiro (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Oriental Motifs in our Ongoing Project, Entitled “Comparative Research on Major Regional Powers in Eurasia
Feng, Shaolei, (East China Normal University, Shanghai)
TBA
Shin, Boemshik, (Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
TBA
Lee Moonyoung (Hanyang University, Republic of Korea)
Post-Soviet Area Studies in Transnational Perspectives




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                                                 Saturday July 31, 2010

SATURDAY JULY 31                                                 08:30-10:00

CULTURAL PROGRAMME:

EURASIA AS A FILMIC ASSEMBLAGE IV
The programme is supported by Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
                                                                                                      Room: The Auditorium
A series of unique documentary and newsreel film screenings arranged in cooperation with the Russian State Archive of Film
and Photo Documents (RGAKFD, Krasnogorsk). The series includes documentary and newsreel materials produced by various
Soviet film studios throughout the Soviet period. The films have been selected by Elena Kolikova (RGAKFD) and Naum
Kleiman (Central State Film Museum, Moscow). The programme will be introduced by Elena Kolikova.



PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XVII.01 CENTRAL EUROPEAN GOVERNMENTS AND MOVEMENTS IN EXILE DURING WWII
                                                                                                                   Room 359
CHAIR: Kuklik, Jan (Charles University, Czech Republic) CHAIR: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Zurawski Vel Grajewski, Radoslaw (University of Lodz, Poland)
Polish Government in Exile 1939-1945
Nemecek, Jan (Institut of History, Czech Republic)
Czechoslovak Government in Exile 1940-1945


CANCELLED: PANEL: XVII.02 POLITICAL PARTIES II
                                                                                                                   Room 355
CHAIR: TBA

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XIV.17: Paper XVII.02.3, Chung, Eunsook (Sejong Institute, Republic of Korea)
Foreign Policy Orientation of Russia's Major Parties: Toward the West, CIS, and Korea
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XIV.17: Paper XVII.02.4, Svyetlov, Oleksandr (National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine)
Parties of Power in the post-Soviet space: the Case Study
CANCELLED: Keudel, Dorothea (European University Viadrina, Germany)
The formation of minority governments in Central and Eastern Europe as compared to Western Europe. Same phenomenon -
different reasons?
CANCELLED: Fauconnier, Clementine (Sciences Po, France)
United Russia's political recruitment in the Russian regions and "the strengthening of the power vertical"


PANEL: XVII.06 REGIONAL COOPERATION IN CENTRAL ASIA: CURRENT STATE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
                                                                                                                Room 451
CHAIR: Irina Chernykh, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan DISCUSSANT: Heathershaw, John (University of
Exeter, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kulipanova, Elena (Centre for OSCE Research, Germany)
Functional Cooperation in Central Asia: Analyzing Constraints and Opportunities by Using the Case of Regional Projects in
Trade and Transit Issues
Torjesen, Stina (Norw. Institute of International Affairs, Norway)
Regional cooperation patterns in Central Asia: Does state weakness matter?

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PANEL: XVII.07 RUSSIA’S ROLE IN EURASIA: TRADEMARKS OF GREAT POWER HEGEMONY
                                                                                                                   Room 453
CHAIR: Malfliet, Katlijn (KU Leuven, Belgium) DISCUSSANT: Verpoest, Lien (KU Leuven, Belgium)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Vysotskaya G. Vieira, Alena (University Minho, Portugal, Portugal)
Military Cooperation between Russia and Belarus
Laenen, Ria (K.U.Leuven, Belgium)
Russia’s ‘Vital and Exclusive’ National Interests in the ‘Near Abroad’:
A Constructivist Account
Bochkarev, Danila (EastWest Institute, Belgium)
Gazprom’s Strategic Engagement with Central Asia: business and political implications


CANCELLED: PANEL: XVII.08 RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE AND INTERMEDIALITY
                                                                                                                   Room 252
CHAIR: TBA DISCUSSANT: Gurjanova, Nina (Northwestern University, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Icin, Kornelija (Faculty od Philology, Serbia)
Statue in Aleksander Vvedensky's poetry (Russian)
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XIV.18: Paper XVII.08.3, Metz, Eric (Ghent University/Artesis UC Antwerp, Belgium)
Almost Photographs: Sergey Timofeev and 'New Realism' in Contemporary Russian Multimedia Poetry (Russian)
CANCELLED: Zlydneva, Nataliya (Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation)
The avant-garde lubok as an intertextual narrative: Political posters of the early Russian avant-garde (1914-1918) Evoke lubok
and revise narrator-viewer relations (Russian)


PANEL: XVII.09 RUSSIAN LITERARY GEOGRAPHY: CASE STUDIES FROM THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES
                                                                                                              Room 356
CHAIR: Sperling, Walter (Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Frank, Susanne (Universität Konstanz, Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Boele, Otto (University of Leiden, Netherlands)
On the Edge of the Center: Spiritual Inbetweenness and Urban Landscape in Modern Russian Prose
Lounsbery, Anne (New York University, United States)
“Начинается земля, как известно, от Кремля”: Concentric Circles, Expanding Grids, and Russia’s Symbolic Geography
Kunichika, Michael (New York University, United States)
“Tuda, tuda!”: Velimir Khlebnikov and the Sites of a Eurasian World Culture


PANEL: XVII.10 RUSSIAN LITERATURE AND ARTS 1ST HALF 20TH CENTURY II
                                                                                                                   Room 255
CHAIR: Elsworth, John D. (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Ciepiela, Catherine (Amherst College, United States)
Marina Tsvetaeva and Anti-Colonial Paris
Van De Stadt, Janneke (Williams College, United States)
One is More than Two: Isaac Babel, Odessa, and the Poverty of Duality
Kalinin, Ilya (St-Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Shklovsky as a Technique: Literary Theory and Biographic Strategies of One Soviet Intellectual (Russian)
CANCELLED: Yushkova, Elena (Metropolitan Academy of Finance and Arts, Russian Federation)
Cultural dialogue in the creative work of Isadora Duncan




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PANEL: XVII.11 THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS: EXTERNAL PRESSURES AND DOMESTIC CONSTRAINTS - LESSONS FROM
POSTCOMMUNISM
                                                                                                     Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Segert, Dieter (University of Vienna, Austria) DISCUSSANT: Robinson, Neil (University of Limerick, Ireland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Rutland, Peter (Wesleyan University, United States)
Path Dependency and the Post-Socialist Transition
Stykow, Petra (Ludwig Maximilians University, Germany)
Presidential Elections in the post-Soviet World: Institutional Borrowing from the West and Adaptation to Local Conditions
Zweynert, Joachim (HamburgInstituteofInternaitonalEconomics, Germany)
The micro-foundations of the transition from limited access order to open access orders. The case of post-socialist Russia


CANCELLED: PANEL: XVII.12 THE POLITICAL USE OF HISTORY IN NATION BUILDING
                                                                                                                   Room 357
CHAIR: Järvinen, Jouni (University of Helsinki, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Kangaspuro, Markku (Aleksanteri Institute, University of
Helsinki, Finland)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
CANCELLED: Malinova, Olga (Russian Academy of Science, INION RAN, Russian Federation)
Russia and "the West": Discourse about National Identity in Past and Present
CANCELLED: Lassila, Jussi (Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland)
Exploring Inner and Outer images of Russian National Identity Politics
CANCELLED: Humphreys, Brendan (University of Helsinki, Finland)
The Ever-Present Past: The Battle of Kosovo in Balkan History


PANEL: XVII.13 ISLAM IN EURASIA
                                                                                                       NEW ROOM: Room 352
CHAIR: Bremer, Thomas (University of Münster, Germany)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Shoev, Suhrob (University of Essex, United Kingdom)
The right to freedom of religion in Tajikistan: punishment or tolerance?
Yemelianova, Galina (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Radical Islam in the Ferghana Valley
Olimova , Saodat (Research Center SHARQ, Tajikistan)
Islam, society and the state: transformation of country approaches in post soviet CA countries
NEW: Iskhakov, Salavat (Institute of the Russian History, Russian Federation)
Muslim politicians from the former Russian empire in Europe. 1918-1921 (Russian) (Paper XVIII.03.1)
NEW: Daisuke, Nagashima (University of Tokyo, Japan)
A Defender of Tradition or a Spearhead of Reforms?: Activities of Bosnian Muslim's Clerical Association during the communist
Yugoslavia (Paper XVIII.03.2)
NEW: Fredholm, Michael (Stockholm University, Sweden)
From the Ferghana Valley to Waziristan and Beyond: The Role of Uzbek Islamic Extremists in the Civil Wars of Tajikistan,
Afghanistan, and Pakistan
CANCELLED: Kemaloglu, Acar Bilican (Bilkent University PhD Candidate, Turkey)
Ethnicity, Nationalism and Culture in a Global Era: The case of Islamic Identity in Russia




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MOVED TO FRIDAY 30 JULY 10.30-12.00:
PANEL: XVII.14 VISUAL CULTURE OF THE PUTIN ERA (NEW NUMBER: XIV.22, OLD NUMBER REMAINS IN PROGRAM AND ABSTRACT BOOK)
                                                                                                                  Room 353
CHAIR: Jungen, Bettina (Amherst College, United States) DISCUSSANT: Menzel, Birgit (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz,
Germany)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Jungen, Bettina (Amherst College, United States)
Sweet Dreams – Retro Imagery on Chocolate Packaging in Post-Soviet Russia
Liderman, Yulia (The Power of Images : Visual Culture of, Russian Federation)
Why is the concept of performance art not popular in Russia today? (Russian)
Engelfried, Alexandra (Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany)
Jungen, Bettina (Switzerland), Liderman, Julja (Russian Federation)
Portrait of the President Vladimir Putin between Art, Cult and Commerce


PANEL: XVII.15 WOMEN AND COOPERATION IN EURASIA
                                                                                                                Room 361
CHAIR: Bernström, Bonnie (Språngbrädan, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Ami Lönnroth (Independent journalist, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kobelianska, Larysa (UNDP, Ukraine)
New perspectives in providing gender equality: Ukraine's experience
Simmons, Cynthia (Boston College, United States)
Women's Work and the Growth of Civil Society in Post-War Bosnia
Abdurazakova, Dono (former UNDP Gender policy adviser for Ea, Uzbekistan)
Central Asia: challenges and opportunities in building societies free from gender discrimination


PANEL: XVII.16 EURASIA: NATURAL RESOURCES AND ECONOMIES
                                                                                                               Room 461
CHAIR: Kalyuzhnova, Yelena (University of Reading, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Sarkeyeva, Rosa (Financial Access,
Netherlands)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Pomfret, Richard (University of Adelaide, Australia)
Managing Volatile Resource Revenues in Central Asia, Azerbaijan and Mongolia
Luecke, Matthias (The Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany)
Stabilization and Savings Funds for Government Revenue from Natural Resources: An Effective Tool to Contain the Dutch
Disease?
Nygaard, Christian A (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
Kalyuzhnova, Yelena (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
Resource nationalism, credit growth and state owned investment vehicles in Russia and Kazakhstan


PANEL: XVII.17 LOOKING EAST: THE (RE) EMERGENCE OF CENTRAL ASIAN COLLECTIONS IN THE WEST
                                                                                                               Room 254
CHAIR: Zmroczek, Janet (British Library, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Spencer, George Andrew (University of Wisconsin -
Madison, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Davis, Robert (Columbia University, United States)
Central Asian Studies Redux: The View from Morningside Heights
Crayne, Janet (University of Michigan Library, United States)
Supporting a New Curricular Strength with Near-Static Funding
Kasinec, Edward (Harriman Ins., Columbia University&NYPL, United States)
Central (West) Asia in 19th Century Anglophone Descriptions and Travel Accounts


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PANEL: XVII.18 SEMIOTIC TRADITION IN RUSSIA: PERSPECTIVES FROM EAST AND WEST
                                                                                                                  Room 253
CHAIR: Nonaka, Susumu (Saitama University, Japan) DISCUSSANT: Nonaka, Susumu (Saitama University, Japan)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kaizawa, Hajime (Waseda University, Japan)
P.A.Florensky's Idealistic-Materialistic Concept of Icon: Image as Non-representation (Russian)
Nakamura, Tadashi (Yamagata University, Japan)
Before an Unknowable Current: Boris Eikhenbaum's Perception of History (Russian)
Gretchko, Valerij (Kobe University, Japan)
Opposition - Translation - Dialogue: The Principle of Duality in the Semiotic Theory of Yuri Lotman (Russian)
Torop, Peeter (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Specificity of historical development of Russian semiotics of culture
Soohwan, Kim (Hankuk University of Foriegn Studies, Republic of Korea)
Bakhtin's inner speech and Lotman's autocommunication


PANEL: XVII.20 TOPOGRAPHIES OF CONTESTED PAST IN EASTERN EUROPE THROUGH PERSPECTIVES OF AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND CITYSCAPE
                                                                                                                  Room 351
CHAIR: Baron, Nick (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom) DISCUSSANT: Koleva, Daniela (St Kliment Ohridski University
of Sofia, Bulgaria)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Wulf, Meike (University of Maastricht, Netherlands)
Representations of contested War and Post-War Memories in Tallinn's Changing Cityscape
Paert, Irina (tallinn University, Estonia)
What country do the Russians in Estonia live in? Autotopographies of the Estonian Russians (with a special emphasis on the
Russian Orthodox)
Chmielewska, Ella (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Surface memories: Warsaw’s vectors of remembering, commemorating and forgetting


PANEL: XVII.22 MINORITIES IN EURASIA II
                                                                                                                  Room 454
CHAIR: Sundström, Olle (Umeå University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Newcity, Michael (Duke University, United States)
Legal Protection of Russia's "Numerically-Small" Indigenous Peoples
Latypov, Rinat (Urals Academy of State Service, Russian Federation)
Ethnocultural modernization as a factor of the political stability in Eurasia (Russian)
Suutari, Pekka (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
Music and language among young Karelians in Russia
Zakharov, Nikolay (Södertörn University/Uppsala University, Sweden)
Attaining modernity: the ongoing processes of racialization in Russia
Kim, Hyun Taek (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Republic of Korea)
Anatoly Kim and Far East: A Cultural Dialogue in His Narrative (Russian)




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SATURDAY JULY 31                                                 10:30-12:00

PANEL SESSIONS

PANEL: XVIII.01 ON SECURITY II
(Holtom, Fedunyak, Genyk, Markushina)
MOVED TO THURSDAY 29 JULY 13.30-15.00, ROOM 463. NEW NUMBER: XI.07. (OLD NUMBER REMAINS IN THE PROGRAM
AND ABSTRACT BOOKS.)

CANCELLED: PANEL: XVIII.03 ISLAM IN EURASIA II
                                                                                                                     Room 352
CHAIR: TBA

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVII.13: Paper XVIII.03.1, Iskhakov, Salavat (Institute of the Russian History, Russian Federation)
Muslim politicians from the former Russian empire in Europe. 1918-1921 (Russian)
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XVII.13: Paper XVIII.03.2, Daisuke, Nagashima (University of Tokyo, Japan)
A Defender of Tradition or a Spearhead of Reforms?: Activities of Bosnian Muslim's Clerical Association during the communist
Yugoslavia
CANCELLED: Hotopp-Riecke, Mieste (ICATAT, Germany)
Perception of Tatar images in context of Euro-Islam-discourse in Europe. (German)


PANEL: XVIII.05 COMPARING THE TRADITIONS OF EURASIA STUDIES IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT: ORIENTAL RESEARCH POLICIES, POLITICAL
GOALS, FORMS OF COOPERATION
                                                                                                                      Room 351
CHAIR: Alexandra Vacroux (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, United States) DISCUSSANT: Laruelle,
Marlene (Central Asia and Caucasus Institute, United States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Pondopoulo, Anna (Université Paris Sorbonne -Paris IV, France)
The School of Oriental languages in Paris at the turn of the XXth century: the strategies of the knowledge of Asia by means of
Russian language.
Gorshenina, Svetlana (CNRS, FMSH, France)
The French and French Speaking Scholars in Russian Turkestan: Science vs. Intelligence Service (French)
Tolz, Vera (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
Post-Colonial Scholorship as a ‘Descendent’ of Russian Orientology of the Early Twentieth Century
Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, David (Brock University, Canada)
Peter the Great and the Dawn of Russian Orientology


PANEL: XVIII.06 CONDITIONS FOR A NEW TYPE OF COEXISTENCE OF THE STATE AND CULTURE IN EURASIA: VISIONS FROM A PERSPECTIVE OF
HEALBEING TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE
                                                                                                                       Room 453
CANCELLED CHAIR: Yoo, Kwon Jong (Chung-Ang UniversityRepublic of Korea) DISCUSSANT: Shin, Kwang-Yeong (Chung-Ang
UniversityRepublic of Korea)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Park, Hyun-Ryul (Chung-Ang University, Republic of Korea)
Perspectives of Healbeing Culture Supported by Heal-Tech in Both Korea and Eurasia
Kim, En Un (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS, Russian Federation)
Russia's Philosophy and Politics of Healbeing-Healtech Development (Russian)
Kahn, Valeriy (Institute of History, Uzbekistan)
A Forthcoming New World Order and Challenge for Central Asia




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PANEL: XVIII.08 THE NORDIC MODEL OF DEMOCRACY AND THE BALTIC STATES
                                                                                                                   Room 461
NEW CHAIR: Malova, Darina (Comenius University, Slovakia) DISCUSSANT: Riishøj, Søren (Institute of Political Science,
Denmark)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Simm, Kadri (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Korts, Külliki (University of Tartu, Estonia)
The discursive context of democracy: case of Estonian political elites and lay understandings
Aylott, Nicholas (Södertörn University, Sweden) Pettai, Vello (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Institutionalist and Diffusion Approaches to Explaining Political Organisation: The Case of Estonia's Political Parties
Jahn, Detlef (University of Greifswald, Germany)
The Diffusion of Policy Ideas among Political Parties in the Nordic and Baltic States


PANEL: XVIII.09 GENDER, BODY, SEXUALITY AND POST-COMMUNIST CITIZENSHIP
                                                                                                                          Room 361
CHAIR: Carlbäck, Helene (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Bingham, Natasha (Louisiana State University, United States)
(En)Gendering Policy: Gender Policies in Post-Soviet States
NEW: Vinokurova, Natalia (Central Economics&Mathematics Institute, Russian Federation)
Russian Women in Science and Education (Paper XII.08.1)
CANCELLED: Morrow, Colette (United States)
Sexuality, Gender and Human Rights in the 2006 Belarusian Presidential Elections
CANCELLED: Kojicic, Jovan (Lund University, Sweden)
Human Rights and Sexual Orientation Law in the Balkans and the Relation of Law to Social Change. Case Study: Montenegro.


PANEL: XVIII.10 GLOBALISED EASTERN EUROPE: CONSIDERING THE EFFECTS
                                                                                                               Room 359
CHAIR: Genov, Nikolai (Free University Berlin, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Tamas, Pal (Hungarian Academy of Sceince, Hungary)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kutsenko, Olga (National T.Shevchenko University in Kyiv, Ukraine)
Global Pressure and Protest Dynamics: Comparing Processes in Russia and Ukraine
Genov, Nikolai (Free University Berlin, Germany)
Adapting to Four Global Trends: Gains and Pains in Eastern Europe
Roncevic, Borut (School of Advanced Social Studies, Slovenia)
Social Systems Approach to Managing Interethnic Relations


PANEL: XVIII.11 NETWORK STATE RUSSIA: WHAT WORKS WHEN STATE INSTITUTIONS DO NOT WORK?
                                                                                                 Room 456, The Music Hall
CHAIR: Kononenko, Vadim (Finnish Institute for International Affairs, Finland) DISCUSSANT: Mendras, Marie (London School
of Economics, United Kingdom)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Baev, Pavel (PRIO, Norway)
Crooked Hierarchy and Reshuffled Networks: Reforming Russia’s Dysfunctional Military Machine
White, Stephen (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
RUSSIA’S INTERLOCKING DIRECTORATE
Petrov, Nikolay (Carnegie Center, Russian Federation)
Who and how runs Russia regions?




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PANEL: XVIII.12 PHYSICAL AND CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE POST-COMMUNIST URBAN LANDSCAPE
                                                                                                             Room 356
CHAIR: Feldman, Beate (Södertörn University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: Polanska, Dominkia (Södertörn University, Sweden)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Weclawowicz, Grzegorz (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
What happening with the former socialist and post-socialist cities in Poland and Central Europe?
Polyak, Levente (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Hungary)
The Anatomy of a Street: Mapping Forces That Shape Post-Communist Budapest
Dimitrovska Andrews, Kaliopa (Urban Planning Institute of Slovenia, Slovenia)
Post socialist urban landscape transformation: City planning role
NEW: Smook, Rudger (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)
Developing Cities and Handling Developers


CANCELLED: PANEL: XVIII.13 POLITICS IN CAUCASUS
                                                                                                                  Room 355
CHAIR: TBA

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XIII.01: Paper XVIII.13.1, Najafov, Etibar (Baku Slavic University, Azerbaijan)
THE CONFLICT BETWEEN RUSSIA AND GEORGIA AS A CLASH OF OPPOSITE MODELS OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL XIII.01: Paper XVIII.13.3, Saparov, Arsene (CNRS CERCEC, France)
The Soviet Boundary Making in the South Caucasus: Arbitrary or Logical?
TRANSFERRED TO PANEL X.14: Paper XVIII.13.5, Arslan, Ozan (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey)
Supporting Neighbors, Borders and Buffer States: The History of the late Ottoman and Republican Turkish Security Relations in
the Caucasus and Northern Balkans
CANCELLED: Kipiani, Giorgi (Javakhishvili State University, Georgia)
Civil Society, Self-Regulation of Broadcasting and Roadblocks to European Media Policies in Georgia
CANCELLED: Zarrilli, Luca (University "G. D'Annunzio", Italy)
The Turkish-Armenian relations: towards a normalization?


PANEL: XVIII.15 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FACES OF ORTHODOXY IN IMPERIAL RUSSIA
                                                                                                                  Room 353
CHAIR: Marker, Gary (SUNY Stony Brook, United States) DISCUSSANT: Paert, Irina (Tallinn University, Estonia)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Kosheleva, Olga (Russian Academy of Education, Russian Federation)
The Church as a Public Space in Russian Towns of the Eighteenth Century (Russian)
Kaiser, Daniel (Grinnell College, United States)
Popular Piety in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Russia: Evidence from Tula
Dixon, Simon (University College London, United Kingdom)
Learned Monasticism in Late Imperial Russia




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PANEL: XVIII.16 REPRESENTATIONS OF MOTHERHOOD IN RUSSIAN LITERATURE: 1885-2008
                                                                                                                    Room 253
CHAIR: Rosenholm, Arja (University of Tampere, Finland) DISCUSSANT: TBA

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Skomp, Elizabeth (University of the South, United States)
Russian Religious Feminism and the Representation of Motherhood: ‘Mariia’ and Beyond
Rosenthal, Charlotte (University of Southern Maine)
"Mom Lit" in the Silver Age: Representations of Motherhood in Anastasiia Verbitskaia and Her Contemporaries
Marsh, Rosalind (University of Bath, United Kingdom)
New Mothers for a New Era? Images of Mothers in Post-Soviet Fiction


PANEL: XVIII.17 RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY II
                                                                                                                    Room 459
CHAIR: CHAIR: Malfliet, Katlijn (KU Leuven, Belgium)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Adachi, Yuko (Sophia University, Japan)
Russia's strategic sectors: clarifying the rules of the game
Kato, Mihoko (Hokkaido University, Japan)
The analysis of the Russo-Chinese strategic partnership: from the viewpoint of regional cooperation in Central Asia and East
Asia.
Chang, Duckjoon (Kookmin University, Republic of Korea)
Big Business and Foreign Policy in Russia: The Case of Gazprom
Smith, Hanna (Aleksanteri Institute, Finland)
Two faces of Russian Foreign Policy: Domestic and Institutional aspects


PANEL: XVIII.19 URBAN REGIONS IN CENTRAL-EASTERN EUROPE – SOCIO-SPATIAL PATTERNS BETWEEN PERSISTENCY AND POLARIZATION
                                                                                                                    Room 451
CHAIR: Brade, Isolde (Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Germany) DISCUSSANT: Kovács, Zoltán (University of Szeged, Hungary)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Neugebauer, Carola Silvia (Leibniz-Institute for Regional Geography, Germany)
Post-socialist cities – between socio-spatial fragmentation and persistency?
Herfert, Günter (Leibniz-Instituite of Regional Geography, Germany)
Dandolova, Iskra (HURA, Bulgaria)
Social upgrading of inner-city neighborhoods in Central and Eastern European metropolises? Changes of socio-spatial patterns
in five urban regions
Axenov, Konstantin (St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation)
Socio-spatial change in post-socialist St. Petersburg – an urban regional case study
Smigiel, Christian (Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Germany)
Krupickaite, Dovile (Vilnius University, Lithuania)
Suburban neighbourhoods between Shrinkage and Growth. Where are Central and Eastern Europe’s suburbs heading to?




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PANEL: XVIII.20 CONSUMERISM AND THE FALL OF COMMUNISM
                                                                                                               Room 357
CHAIR: Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara (Lund University, Sweden) DISCUSSANT: David-Fox, Michael (University of Maryland, United
States)

PANELISTS AND PAPERS:
Castillo, Greg (University of California, Berkeley, United States)
Virtual, Virtuous, Subversive: Shifting Household Consumption Regimes in the GDR
Péteri, György (Norwegian University of Science & Techn., Norway)
Alternative Modernity? Everyday Practices of Elite Mobility in Communist Hungary, 1956-1980
Reid, Susan (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)
Producing the Soviet Consumer


PANEL: XVIII.21 EAST EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL PRODUCTION AND NATIONAL IDENTITY
                                                                                                                  Room 252
CHAIR: Kleberg, Lars (Södertörn University, Sweden)

INDIVIDUAL PAPERS:
Dzyadevych, Tetyana (University of "Kyiv Mohyla Academy", Ukraine)
Re-writing the European space after World War II
Baer, Josette (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
“Between Montesquieu and natural law: currents of Slovak political thought, 19th century.”
Park, Hye Kyung (Hallym University, Republic of Korea)
Russian Romantic Prose and the Growth of Literary Nationalism
CANCELLED: Häntsch, Carola (University of Greifswald, Germany)
Europe as cap of Asia? A philosophical reflection on (European) identity


PANEL: XVIII.22 RELOCATED PAPERS II
                                                                                                                  Room 462
CHAIR: TBA
An option to read one’s paper in case the planned panel for some reason or another cannot take place.
If you discover that this may happen, or already has happened, to you – please contact the registration desk immediately!




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Index over Active Particiants:

Main Presenters, Chairs, Discussants


Aalto, Pami VI.17                            Belchikov, Yully A. X.19                      Buus, Stephanie XV.09
Abashin, S II.06                             Belkindas, Misha VI.02                        Buyukakinci, Erhan XII.01
Abdurazakova, Dono XVII.15                   Belobrovtseva, Irina VIII.07                  Buzalka, Juraj VII.20
Abiala, Kristina III.19                      Belof, Magdalena X.08                         Carlbäck, Helene V.15, VIII.06, XIV.08,
Ablimi, Rizwan VI.15                         Belof, Magdalena X.08                         XVIII.09
Aburamoto, Mari XVI.01                       Belokurova, Elena XV.11                       Cartwright, Andrew XI.21
Adachi, Yuko XVIII.17                        Belyakov, Alexander XIV.09                    Casal Bértoa, Fernando XIV.17
Agadjanian, Alexander XIV.03, XV.24          Benedek, Jozsef X.05                          Casier, Tom XI.13
Ågren, Mattias V.14, VIII.08                 Bennich-Björkman, Li II.09                    Castellano, Charlene XI.14
Ahanchi, Parvin II.20                        Berezhnaya, Liliya V.05                       Castillo, Greg XVIII.20
Ahrens, Joachim IX.12, XIV.05                Berglund, Krista XI.06                        Cebotari, Victor I.01
Aidukaite, Jolanta IX.10                     Bernabe, Sabine VIII.10                       Chaisty, Paul III.14
Ainsaar, Mare IX.10                          Bernstein, Lina V.17                          Chang, Duck Joon I.06, XVIII.17
Airapetov, Oleg XIII.14                      Bernström, Bonnie XVII.15                     Chernetska, Alla XIV.18
Aitamurto, Kaarina IX.14                     Berry, Richard II.15, VIII.12                 Chernetsky, Vitaly I.18, VII.13
Aitiev, Iliias XIII.20                       Berryman, John II.21, III.21                  Cherniavskaya, Yevgeniya III.19
Aker, Patrik XI.18                           Bershtein, Evgenii VII.09                     Chikovani, Nino XIII.12
Åkerman Sarkisian, Karine VI.12              Beumers, Birgit II.17, XV.14                  Chlon-Dominczak , Agnieszka III.15
Alenkina, Tatiana XIII.13                    Beyer, Thomas XI.14                           Chmielewska, Ella XVII.20
Alimbekova, Gulzhan XVI.04                   Bilek, Peter XI.18                            CHOI, Junghyun IV.21
Allison, Roy V.13                            Bilz-Leonhardt, Marlies XIII.22               Choo, Sukhoon V.08
Ambrosiani, Per IV.14, V.08                  Bingham, Natasha XVIII.09                     Christie, Varvara X.20
Anastasova, Ekaterina XIII.18                Birgegård, Ulla VI.12                         Chubays, Igor V.10
Anders, Rainer-Elk XI.08, XVI.03             Birjukov, Sergei VII.05                       Chukanov, Ivan XIV.19
Aoshima, Yoko I.03                           Biskupski, M. B. B. XIV.19                    Chuman, Mizuki XVI.01
Arambasa, Mihaela X.04                       Blaive, Muriel IX.11, X.22                    Chung, Eunsook XVII.02
Arinin, Evgeny XII.12                        Blomberg, Franziska VII.20                    Chvorostov, Alexander I.01, III.07, X.22,
Arndt, Melanie XV.09                         Blondel, Cyril VI.19                          XVI.04
Arold, Nina-Louisa III.09                    Bochkarev, Danila XVII.07                     Cibulka, Frank XVI.22
Arslan, Ozan I.03, XVIII.13                  Bodin, Per-Arne I.21, VIII.08, IX.14, XI.06   Ciepiela, Catherine XII.03, XVII.10
Artemyeva, Tatiana III.13                    Bódy , Zsombor XIII.07                        Clifford , Lawrence IX.04, XVI.07
Asano, Toyomi V.01                           Boele, Otto XVII.09                           Closson, Stacy XIV.06
Ashurbekov, Rozmat XVI.21                    Bogatyrev, Sergei XVI.09                      Clunan, Anne X.11
Asztalos Morell, Ildikó II.08, X.03          Bogdanov , Konstantin II.17                   Coeure, Sophie II.22
Atai, Farhad XVI.16                          Bogomolov, Nikolay VIII.01                    Colin Lebedev, Anna XIII.08
Atasu Topcuoglu, Reyhan IV.16                Bonnard, Pascal IX.11                         Collmer, Peter XVI.02
Atasu Topcuoglu, Reyhan IV.16                Borodkin, Leonid X.13                         Connolly, Richard XI.22
Attwood, Lynne VIII.06                       Bos, Ellen III.11                             Cook, Lara XV.23
Auch, Eva-Maria XV.01                        Boškovska, Nada V.19                          Cooke, Brett II.03
Aurilene, Elena XV.16                        Bosse, Giselle XI.13, XIV.01                  Cooke, Olga XI.14
Autio-Sarasmo, Sari III.17, XIII.21, XV.19   Bouzarovski, Stefan XIV.18                    Cooper, Julian I.07, XI.22
Autukhovich, Tatsiana X.15                   Bozoki, András XV.13                          Cotelea, Dumitru X.09
Axenov, Konstantin XVIII.19                  Brade, Isolde XVIII.19                        Cox, Terry II.15, XIII.03
Aylott, Nicholas XVIII.08                    Bragina, Natalia XIV.18                       Crayne, Janet IV.10, XVII.17
Azhgikhina, Nadezda I.17, XIII.17, XIV.20    Brauer, Birgit VIII.18                        Csurgó , Bernadett II.08, X.03
Babayev, Azer XVI.22                         Braun, Jutta IX.15                            Culik, Jan XI.18
Babka, Lukas XII.07                          Bremer, Thomas X.09, XIII.04                  Czerwonnaja, Swetlana V.09
Badcock, Sarah I.22, IV.05                   Brenner, Christiane VII.14                    Dadabaev, Timur IX.21
Baer, Brian VII.13                           Brey, Hansjörg XVI.06                         Dadabaeva, Gulnara IX.06
Baer, Josette XVIII.21                       Brintlinger, Angela XVI.14                    Dahlke, Sandra I.22
Baev, Pavel XVIII.11                         Brown, Archie VIII.15, XII.15                 Dahmen, Wolfgang XVI.06
Bailes, Alyson Jk IX.21                      Bruns, Bettina VIII.10, X.04                  Daisuke, Nagashima XVIII.03
Bakich, Olga XV.16                           Brusylovska, Olga VII.20                      Dallago, Bruno V.07, XVI.11
Balina, Marina II.17                         Brüggemann , Karsten IV.05, VIII.09           Danielson, Elena II.22
Baller, Oesten VII.02                        Brüning, Alfons V.05, XIV.03                  Danilchenko, Tatiana V.10
Balmaceda, Margarita IV.13, XIV.06           Bryzgel, Amy XIV.18                           Danilova, Irina XII.14
Baran, Henryk VI.05                          Buckley, Mary III.19, VIII.06                 Danilova, Nataliya XIV.04
Barenberg, Alan X.13                         Budnitskii, Oleg XI.16                        Danylenko, Andriy X.19
Barna, Gábor XIII.18                         Bukh, Alexander IX.21                         Daucé, Françoise VII.12
Baron, Nick VIII.13, XVII.20                 Bulgakova, Liudmila XV.23                     Dautancourt, Vincent VI.19
Barskova, Polina XII.03                      Burbank, Jane XV.22                           David-Fox, Michael XV.18, XVIII.20
Barsukova, Svetlana VII.12                   Burch, Stuart V.04                            Davidovic , Milena III.19, XVI.19
Baschmakoff, Natalia VII.09                  Burkhanov, Aziz VIII.11                       Davis, Robert H. IV.10, XVII.17
Bassin, Mark III.16, XII.17, XIII.01         Burkhart, Dagmar I.02, V.14                   Davydov , Alexander X.14
Bates, John XI.18                            Burkov, Anton IV.20                           Davydova, Olga XI.08
Beblavy, Miroslav IX.10                      Burnashev, Rustam IV.02                       De Bruyn, Dieter XII.03
Beer, Daniel IX.09                           Bushkovitch, Paul XVI.09                      de Nève, Dorothée XV.13
Beisswenger, Martin XII.17                   Butler, Eamonn VIII.12, XII.10                de Tapia, Stéphane II.06, VI.08




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Delcour, Laure XII.06                   Fortescue, Stephen III.14                     Hama, Yukiko XII.17
Demidova, Olga XV.08                    Frame, Murray I.10, VI.14                     Hamrin-Dahl, Tina XV.03
Demidova, Olga XV.08                    Frank, Susi K. III.16, XVII.09                Hansen, Julie V.16
Denison, MIchael Denison VIII.18        Freire, Maria Raquel I.23, III.21             Hanson, Philip I.07, V.12, VI.02, VIII.20
Denisova, Liubov IV.17                  Fritz, Heiko II.15                            Haran, Olexiy XI.09
Denisova-Schmidt, Elena VIII.14         Froehlich, Christian XII.22                   Harre, Angela XIII.07
Denissova, Galina VII.05                Fryer, Paul VII.22, XI.04                     Harris, Adrienne XVI.14
Deuber, Gunter XIV.21                   Fröhlig, Florence VI.11                       Hataja, A. XII.08
Digol, Diana IX.01                      Fuerst, Juliane I.08                          Havlicek, Tomás X.05
Dimitrovska Andrews, Kaliopa XVIII.12   Fujiwara, Katsumi XV.16                       HAVOLLI, Sokol I.05
Dinu, Radu Harald XIII.06               Fumagalli, Matteo VI.08                       Hayoz, Nicolas XIV.14
Diogot, Ekaterina VII.01                Furman, Dmitrii III.04                        Heathershaw, John II.11, VII.07, X.06, XVII.06
Dixon, Simon XVIII.15                   Gabrakova, Dennitza IX.20                     Hedenskog, Jakob VI.04
Dobrovolskij, Dmitrij XIV.11            Gaggiotti, Hugo IX.03                         Hedin, Astrid XIII.02
Dobry, Michel I.15, XIII.08             Galatsky, Natalia II.03                       Hedin, Tora VI.20, X.19
Dobson, Miriam II.13                    Gallai, Sandor VIII.12, XIII.03               Hedlund, Stefan III.05, VIII.15, XV.21
Doel, Ron XV.07                         Gammelgaard, Karen VI.20                      Heinemann-Grüder, Andreas XIII.19
Dolbilov, Mikhail X.02, XI.11           Garagozov, Rauf XIII.12                       Heinrich, Andreas VIII.18
Dolgopyatova, Tatiana XIII.05           Garagyezova, Elnara XV.01                     Heinrich, Hans-Georg I.01, III.07, XIV.16,
Doolotkeldieva, Asel II.11              Garsztecki, Stefan X.05                       XVI.04
Doraiswamy, Rashmi XIV.20               Garzonio, Stefano VII.05, VIII.01             Hellebust, Rolf IV.01
Dovalil, Vit X.19                       Gasparishvili, Alexander III.07               Heller, Regina XI.13, XIV.01
Dragneva, Rilka IX.12                   Gatejel, Luminita II.13                       Henoch, Bengt I.05
Dragunsky, Denus XV.08                  Gavrilenkov, Evgeny VI.02                     Herd, Graeme I.23, III.21
Dubenko, Svitlana VII.02                Gebauer, Ronald XVI.16                        Herfert, Günter XVIII.19
Dubin, Boris XI.12                      Genov, Nikolai XVIII.10                       Herzberg, Julia XV.18
Dubrovskaya, Elena IV.19                Genyk, Mykola XVIII.01                        Heusser, Peter VII.15
Duisengaliyeva, Mira IX.03              Gerber, Sofi II.18                            Heywood, Anthony VI.14
Dunlop, John I.12                       Gerkushenko, Georgy XII.16                    Hilbrenner, Anke IX.15
Dusseault, David IV.13, XIV.06          Gerner, Christian XI.03                       Hillebrand, Rainer XI.21
Dymytrova, Valentyna XIV.09             Geybullayeva, Rahilya XV.01                   Hiramatsu, Junna XIII.13
Düpont, Nils XVIII.08                   Ghisa, Ciprian X.09                           Hirning, Olga IV.09
Dzhigo, Alexander X.01                  Gibatdinov, Marat XIII.22                     Hnatiuk, Ola I.15
Dzhusupov, Mahanbet XII.18              Gill, Graeme II.16, V.20, VI.19               Hodizoda, Faredun IV.03
Dzihana, Amer I.09                      Gilley, Christopher II.01                     Hoen, Herman W. XIV.05
Dzyadevych, Tetyana XVIII.21            Gluschkoff, Jaana VI.17                       Hoffmann, David IX.09
Eellend, Johan III.06                   Gokirmak, Mert X.14                           Hoffmann, Edgar XVI.17
Ekonen, Kirsti IV.15                    Golburt, Luba V.11                            Hohmann, Sophie VI.08
Elenius, Lars VII.18, X.13              Golikova, Viktoria XVI.11                     Hokanson, Katya X.02
Ellman, Michael IX.23                   Golubev, Alexander III.10                     Holec, Roman XIII.07
Elsner, Regina XIII.04                  Gomide, Bruno V.03                            Holmes, Leslie VIII.15, XII.15
Elsworth, John D. IX.05, XVII.10        Gorditsa, Karolina III.10                     Holmgren, Beth VII.17
Ely, Christopher VIII.03                Gorham, Michael X.20, XV.17                   Holtom, Paul XII.01, XVIII.01
Engel, Christine XV.14                  Gorshenina, Svetlana XVIII.05                 Hort, Sven E. IX.10
Engelfried, Alexandra XVII.14           Goscilo, Helena IV.01                         Hotopp-Riecke, Mieste XVIII.03
Engström, Maria VIII.08, XIV.18         Gosset, Nicolas I.16                          Houbenova-Delisivkova Tatiana VI.19
Engvall, Johan I.20                     Goubina, Maya V.03                            Hovi, Tuomas VI.11
Erikssson, Fredrik III.06               Gradskova, Yulia XIV.08                       Hribal, Lucie I.09
Erkomaishvili, David IX.01              Granberg, Antoaneta VI.12                     Hrisoskulov, Hristofor VII.21
Esaulov, Ivan XVI.16                    Graney, Kate III.20                           Hristova, Daniela X.20, XV.17
Esenov, Murad XI.15                     Grant, Susan I.22                             Hryn, Halyna I.18
Eskelinen, Heikki X.04, XV.11           Gray, Patty XI.21                             Hrytsak, Yaroslav IV.09
Fainberg, Sarah XIII.08                 Grba, Milan VIII.05                           Hughes, Michael XI.16
Farhan, Christine XIV.08                Grelz, Karin XII.03                           Humphreys, Brendan II.18, XVII.12
Farukshin, Midkhat XVI.01               Gretchko, Valerij XVII.18                     Hundorova, Tamara I.18
Fauconnier, Clementine XVII.02          Gretskiy, Igor VI.04                          Huskey, Eugene III.14
Fauve, Adrien VIII.11                   Gribkova, Elena V.03                          Hutchings, Stephen VI.18, XII.04
Fedorova, Kapitolina XII.18             Grigule, Ligita X.01                          Huttunen, Tomi V.11
Fedunyak, Sergiy XVIII.01               Grimstad, Knut Andreas XI.03                  Håstad, Disa VIII.11, X.12, XIV.09
Fedyukin, Igor XIII.09                  Grimsted, Patricia II.22                      Häntsch, Carola XVIII.21
Fein, Julia XV.18                       Gritsenko, Elena VII.02                       Hörner, Wolfgang XII.05
Feklyunina, Valentina VII.07, XIV.01    Gritsenko, Vasiliy V.10                       Iarskaia-Smirnova, Elena VII.17, XII.22
Feldman, Beate XVIII.12                 Gromov, Alexey V.10                           Ibragimova, Zarema I.03
Fels, Enrico IX.01                      Gromova, Svetlana V.10                        Icin, Kornelija VIII.07, XVII.08
Feng, Shaolei II.14, VII.16             Grubbström, Ann II.08, X.03                   Ickes, Barry IX.23
Fernandes, Sandra III.21                Grupe, Claudia XI.23                          IGAUE, Naho XV.16
Festic, Fatima XV.01                    Gryakalova, Nataliya XV.08                    Ikeda, Yoshiro IV.12
Fialkova, Larisa XVI.12                 Grødeland, Åse Berit III.09, VII.23, XII.15   IKUTA, Michiko XV.16
Fiebig, Sabina VIII.06                  Gubaidullina, Mara IX.01                      Ilic, Melanie V.15, VIII.06
Fischer, Sabine V.13, XII.06            Guglielmetti, Chiara VII.23                   Ilina, Olga XII.07
Fischer, Thomas XIII.21                 GUJA, CORNELIA VII.15                         Inoue, Takehiko IV.19
Fogelklou, Anders I.20, VII.02, XV.21   Guogis, Arvydas IX.10                         Isaacs, Rico II.11
Font, Márta XVI.12                      Gurjanova, Nina XVII.08                       Isaev, Kusein XVI.04
Forsberg, Tuomas V.13, XII.06           Güzeldere, Ekrem Eddy X.14                    Iskandaryan, Nina I.09




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Iskhakov, Salavat XVIII.03                  Kemoklidze, Nino VII.16                Kuklik, Jan XVII.01
Ismailov, Eldar XI.15                       Kenzhegaliyeva, Makhabbat XII.05       Kulipanova, Elena XVII.06
Isoaho, Mari XVI.09                         Keudel, Dorothea XVII.02               Kulmala, Meri XII.11
Istomin, Kirill VII.22                      Khalilov, Rahid VIII.02                Kulyasova, Antonina VI.09, XII.11
Ivaniashvili, George III.01                 Khamraeva Aubert, Asal IX.06           Kumo, Kazuhiro I.06, XI.10
Ivanova, Evgenia XV.09                      Khan, Andrew S. XIII.09                Kunichika, Michael XVII.09
Iwasaki, Ichiro II.19, XIII.05, XVI.11      Kharin, Ilya XII.12                    Kurilo, Olga XVI.12
Izotov, Alexander XV.02                     Kharkina, Anna XVI.21                  Kurkchiyan, Marina III.09
Jaago, Tiiu XVI.15                          Khitrova, Daria IV.07                  Kurki, Tuulikki XVI.15
Jakobson, Lev IV.11                         Khroutski, Konstantin III.12, VI.01    Kurshutov, Temur Niyaveroglu V.09
Jameson, Andrew V.08                        Kim, Doug Joong XIII.01                Kusber, Jan III.16
Jangfeldt, Bengt VIII.07                    Kim, En Un XVIII.06                    Kuße, Holger VI.20
Jedrzejkiewicz, Anna VIII.22                Kim, Hyun Taek XVII.22                 Kustanovich, Konstantin I.17, XIII.02
Jensen, Peter Alberg VII.13, VIII.22        Kim, Hyunyoung IX.20                   Kusznir, Julia V.07, VIII.18
Jensen-Eriksen, Niklas XIII.21              Kim, In Seong XVI.01                   Kutsenko, Olga XVIII.10
Johansson Heinö, Andreas XIII.12            Kim, Kyuchin IV.21                     Kuyumdzhieva, Albena VIII.12
Jonson, Lena IV.03, V.12                    Kim, Seongjin I.06                     Kuzibaeva, Gulnara III.19
Jordan, Peter X.05, XVI.06                  Kind-Kovács, Friederike XII.02         Kuznetsova, Irina VII.23
Jordanov Naydenov, Nikolay XII.15           Kipiani, Giorgi XVIII.13               Kuznyetsova, Tetyana XVI.17
Jouhanneau, Cecile I.15                     Kirkham, Jackie I.04                   Kwan, Jonathan XIII.06
Ju, Jin-Sook IX.08                          Kirkwood, Mike VIII.20                 Küpper, Herbert XVI.06
Juerges, Hendrik III.15                     Kirschbaum, Stanislav J. VI.19, X.14   Köll, Anu-Mai I.02, VI.11
Jug, Steven XVI.14                          Kisla, Anna II.01                      Könönen, Maija XI.06
Jukarainen, Pirjo XVI.03                    Kivelson, Valerie XVI.09               Laanatza, Marianne IX.21
Junes, Tom XV.19                            Kivinen, Markku IV.13                  Ladds, Catherine V.01
Jungen, Bettina XVII.14                     Kjærnet, Heidi II.20                   Laenen, Ria XVII.07
Juraev, Abdurahim IX.06                     Kleberg, Lars VII.01, VIII.22          Laine, Jussi XVI.03
Jänis-Isokangas, Ira XVI.13                 Klein, Margarete III.11                Lajus, Julia XV.07
Järvinen, Jouni XVII.12                     Kleinmann, Yvonne XI.11, XVI.02        Lami, Giulia XI.09
Jääts, Indrek V.09                          Kloosterman, Jaap II.22                Lánczi, András XIII.03
Jörgensen , Hans IX.19                      Klotz, Bea XIV.15                      Landa, Tatyana I.21
Kaczmarska , Elzbieta XIV.13                Kobchenko, Kateryna IX.15              Landis, Erik IV.05, IX.04
Kahila, Petri X.05                          Kobelianska, Larysa XVII.15            Landry, Tristan II.01
Kahn, Valeriy XV.03, XVIII.06               Kobrinskiy, Alexander XIII.13          Lange, Peer XV.06
Kaiser, Arne XV.07                          Kohonen, Iina VII.19                   Lanin, Boris V.14
Kaiser, Daniel XVIII.15                     Koikkalainen, Katja VI.18              Lanne, Jean-Claude VI.05
Kaizawa, Hajime XVII.18                     Koiva , Mare XIII.18                   Larina, Elena II.12
Kakhkharov, Jakhongir XI.23                 Koivunen, Pia V.15, XV.19              Laruelle, Marlene II.11, VII.07, X.06, XVIII.05
Kakicheva, Julia V.08                       Kojicic, Jovan XVIII.09                Lassila, Jussi XVII.12
Kalinin, Ilya IX.13 , XVII.10               Koleva, Daniela XVII.20                Latypov, Rinat XVII.22
Kaljundi, Linda VIII.09                     Koliha, Anthony II.12                  Lawaty, Andreas VIII.09
Kalkandjieva, Daniela IV.19                 Kolonitskii, Boris III.04              Le Huerou, Anne II.06, VII.12
Kaltchev, Ivan V.18, VI.01                  Komaritskaya, Aleksandra V.05          Le Torrivellec, Xavier III.20
Kalyuzhnova, Yelena XVII.16                 Komilov, Sobir VIII.14                 Ledeneva, Alena VII.23
Kaneff, Deema XII.09                        Kondaurova, Yelena XII.16              Lee, Kyong Wan V.18, VIII.02
Kanet, Roger E I.23, II.21,                 Konno, Yugo XII.20                     Lee, Sang Joon I.06
Kang, YoonHee IX.08                         Kononenko, Vadim XVIII.11              Leheckova, Helena X.19
Kangaspuro, Markku VII.18, VIII.04, X.13,   Konovalov, Valeriy IX.19               Lehmann, Maike II.13
XVII.12                                     Kontorovich, Vladimir IX.23            Lehti, Marko V.04
Kansikas, Suvi XIII.21, XV.19               Korobkov, Andrei XIV.10                Leich, Harold VIII.05
Kantokoski, Olga X.14                       Korosteleva, Elena XI.13               Leick, Birgit IX.19
Kaplan, Cynthia II.09                       Korotev, Kirill IV.20                  Leinarte, Dalia VIII.06
Karabchuk, Tatiana XV.20                    Kortunov, Sergei V.12                  Leisti, Simo IV.06, XVI.13
Karhunen, Päivi V.07                        Kosheleva, Olga XIII.09 , XVIII.15     Lembrez, Mathieu II.06
Karjanen, David VIII.10                     Koshino, Go VI.11                      Lesik, Olena XI.23, XV.09
Karklina, Rasma II.09, XII.15               Kosonen, Riita III.18                  Levinskaya, Victoria I.16
Karlsson, Birgit XIII.21                    Kotorova, Elizaveta III.08             Levontina, Irina XIV.11
Karlsson, Klas-Göran VII.18                 Kovács, Zoltán XVIII.19                Li, Chenghong II.14
Karpilovska, Ievgeniia III.08               Kovalova, Alla VI.04                   LI, Zejian XIII.15
Kasamara, Valeria XI.12                     Kozlova, Tatiana XVI.17                Libman, Alexander IX.12, XV.21
Kashchenko, Sergey IV.15                    Kozyreva, Galina V.07                  Liderman, Yulia XVII.14
Kasinec, Edward XVII.17                     Krasavchenko, Tatiana V.17             Liebhart, Karin XII.02
Kasperski, Tatiana IX.11, XV.09             Krause, Marion II.07                   Liekis, Šarūnas XVI.05
Kassenova, Nargis XIV.06                    Kreiten, Irma XV.18                    Lieven, Anatol XI.12
Kato, Mihoko XVIII.17                       Krekola, Joni XV.19                    Liikanen, Ilkka XV.11
Katz, Katarina XV.20, XVI.10                Kreslins, Janis VIII.05                Lin, Johannes IX.12
Kauppala, Pekka III.03, X.07, XI.04         Kress, Beatrix VI.20                   Lindenberger, Thomas X.22
Kawano, Asuka VI.15                         Kropatcheva, Elena XIV.01              Lindenmeyr, Adele XV.23
Kay, Rebecca I.04, XII.11                   Krumins, Juris VII.06, XI.10           Lipatova, Nadezda II.16
Kazakova, Maria II.19                       Kryshtanovskaya, Olga IV.08            Lipkin, Mikhail VII.19
Kazmina, Olga II.12, XII.12                 Krzychylkiewicz, Agata X.15            Lipovetsky, Mark XV.14
Keller, Natalie XII.12                      Kubanychbek, Nona XIV.16               Lipovšek, Franciška VI.16
Keller-Krawczyk, Lech XIII.02               Kuboniwa, Masaaki VI.02                Lis, Julia V.05
Kemaloglu, Acar Bilican XVII.13             Kuentzel-Witt, Kristina III.16         Lisenco, Vladlena XVI.04




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Lisov, Alexander XVI.21             Miggelbrink, Judith X.04                   Norris, Stephen IV.14
Litovskaya, Maria II.17, V.14       Mikaelian, Irina XIV.11                    Nowak, Andrzej VIII.17
Liuhto, Kari I.07                   Mikeshin, Mikhail III.13                   Novikova, Liudmila IV.05, VI.14
Ljunggren, Anna II.03, XIII.13      Mikhailov , Vyacheslav X.07, XV.06         Nozdrina, Nadezhda III.05
Lock, Grahame VIII.20               Mikhailova, Natalia III.03                 Numano , Mitusyoshi IX.20
Loktyushina, Elena X.01             Mikhailova, Yulia IV.12                    Numano, Kyoko IX.20
Lomagin, Nikita II.21, III.21       Miklossy, Katalin II.18, VIII.04           Nuorluoto, Juhani XI.06
Lorkovic, Tatjana IV.10             Milechina, Tatyana II.07                   Nurse, Lyudmila III.07
Lounsbery, Anne XVII.09             Miller, William III.09                     Nussberger, Angelika IV.20
Lubamersky, Lynn V.19               Miloiu , Silviu II.18                      Nuti, Mario I.07
Lucewicz, Ludmila XV.08             Miloradovic, Sofija VI.16, XIV.13          Nygaard, Christian A.B. XVII.16
Luecke, Matthias XVII.16            Miltenova, Anissava VI.12                  Nygren, Bertil I.23, II.21
Lussac, Samuel II.20                Mink, Georges VI.06, XIII.08               Nysten-Haarala, Soili VI.09
Luukkanen, Arto XVI.08              Minnullin, Ilnur III.20                    Oates-Indruchova, Libora IV.06
Lyandres, Semion I.08               Mirimanova, Natalia XIV.16                 Öberg, Johan VII.01
Lyubichankovsky, Sergey XIII.22     Misztal, Barbara XI.03                     Obolonsky, Aleksandr III.14
Lähteenmäki, Maria VII.18           Mitkovska, Liljana VI.16                   Obradovic-Wochnik, Jelena II.18
Löfstrand, Elisabeth VI.12          Miyazaki, Haruka II.01                     Obydenkova, Anastassia X.14
MacFadyen, David XV.14              Mizobata , Satoshi III.18                  Ochman, Ewa XII.02
Maciulyte, Jurgita XIII.10          Mizokami, Hiromi XVI.19                    Odesskiy, Mikhail VIII.01
Maier, Ingrid III.08                Mjør, Kåre Johan XI.06                     Ogushi, Atsushi IV.08
Maier, Konrad VIII.09               Mochizuki, Tetsuo V.14                     Ohayon, Isabelle IX.06
Maiorova, Olga VI.05, X.02          Mogilner, Marina XV.18                     Oittinen, Vesa II.03, III.13, XV.24
Makarychev, Andrey VII.11           Molden, Berthold I.01, X.22, XII.02        Oldberg, Ingemar IV.02, XII.01
Makó, Csaba XIV.21                  Molnar, Judit XVI.19                       Olimov, Muzaffar IX.01
Makrides, Vasilios XIV.03           Mommsen, Margareta III.11                  Olimova, Saodat IV.03, IX.21, XVII.13
Malfliet, Katlijn XVII.07           Moon, David VIII.03, XVI.13                Olofsson, Kerstin VIII.08
Malinkin, Mary Elizabeth XIV.10     Morgunova, Oksana XII.07                   Olsson, Mats-Olov VII.18
Malinova, Olga VI.07, XVII.12       Morrow, Colette XVIII.09                   Olteanu, Tina XV.13
Malle, Silvana XI.22, XII.20        Mouradian, Claire VI.08, XIII.10           Oracheva, Oksana XIII.19
Malova, Darina XV.13                Mouralis, Guillaume VI.06                  Orfinskaya, Larisa IV.15
Malshyna, Kateryna XIV.02           Mukhamedov, Rashit I.03                    Orkodashvili, Mariam II.19
Mandrillon, Marie-Helene XIII.10    Mukhina, Irina IV.17                       Orlov, Igor V.18, VIII.12
Mañé-Estrada, Aurelia VII.21        Mukomel, Vladimir XIV.10                   Ortmann, Stefanie VI.17, VII.07, X.06
Mannherz, Julia I.10                Munroe, Colin XIV.16                       Oshchepkov, Aleksey XV.20
Manning, Roberta IV.17, IX.09       Murgescu, Bogdan III.06, XIII.07           Osokina, Elena XV.22
March, Luke XI.01                   Murinson, Alexander X.08                   Ospovat, Kirill XIII.09
Marin, Anais III.10                 Musekamp, Jan X.08                         Osugi, Takuzo VI.15
Markedonov, Sergei I.12             Mustajoki, Arto V.02, XII.18               Otani, Junko VI.15
Marker, Gary XVIII.15               Myant, Martin II.15                        Oushakine, Serguei Alex. IV.14, VII.12
Marketos, Thrassy XI.15             Myck, Michal III.15                        Oxenstierna, Susanne IV.11, XI.22
Markevich, Andrei IX.23             Mühl, Christoph X.09                       Oylupinar, Huseyin VI.11
Markushina, Nataliya XVIII.01       Mykhnenko, Vlad II.15                      Paaskoski , Jyrki XVI.08
Marsh, Christopher VIII.17          Mäkinen, Ilkka VII.06                      Paert, Irina XVII.20, XVIII.15
Marsh, Rosalind XVIII.16            Mäkinen, Ilkka Henrik VII.06               Palenga-Möllenbeck, Ewa IV.09
Marshall, Alex XIII.14              Mäkinen, Sirke VI.17                       Palonkorpi, Mikko XIV.06
Masing-Delic, Irene IV.01           Möller, Cecilia II.08, X.03                Pan, Guang IX.21
Matilainen, Anna-Maija VI.09        Naganawa, Norihiro III.20, V.01            Panarin, Sergei X.19
Matlock, Jack VIII.15               Najafov, Etibar XVIII.13                   Pankenier, Sara VIII.13
Matonyte, Irmina VI.06, IX.11       Nakamura, Tadashi XVII.18                  Papava, Vladimer XI.15
Matsaberidze, Malkhaz XIII.01       Naxidou, Eleonora IX.17                    Pape, Ulla IX.08
Matskevich, Maria III.04            Nazarova, Ariadna IX.17                    Pappila, Minna VI.09
Matsuzato, Kimitaka VIII.17, X.09   Nemecek, Jan XVII.01                       Paramonov , Vladimir IX.01
Matulionis, Arvydas III.07          Nemirovskaia, Elena X.12                   Park, Hye Kyung VIII.17, XVIII.21
Matusiak, Agnieshka I.18            Nepomnyashchy, Catharine VII.11, XIII.17   Park, Hyun-Ryul XVIII.06
Maxe, Olga VIII.13                  Nerler, Pavel V.02                         Park, Soo-Heon IX.08
Maximova, Lubov X.13                Nesterova, Nina X.07, XI.04                Park, Young Eun XIII.13
McDonald, David VI.14, XI.16        Neugebauer, Carola Silvia XVIII.19         Parnis, Aleksandr VI.05
McManus, Clare VIII.12, XIII.03     Neumann, Matthias I.22                     Partan, Olga I.17, XIII.17
Medzhibovskaya, Inessa X.15         Neumayer, Laure VI.06                      Pasti, Svetlana VI.18, XII.04
Meimre, Aurika XV.08                Newcity, Michael XVII.22                   Pasynkova, Veronika III.22
Mélat, Hélène XIV.20                Newton, Julie VIII.15                      Paulsen, Martin X.20, XV.17
Memaj, Fatmir I.05                  Nicholas, Mary IV.01, VIII.13, IX.22       Pawischitz, Sabine Pawischitz XIV.13
Mendras, Marie XVIII.11             Nielsen, Kristian L. III.01                Pavlyk, Khrystyna XIV.21
Mengel, Swetlana III.08             Niemi, Einar VII.18                        Peasey, Anne III.15
Menning, Bruce W. XIII.14           Nikiforova, Elena X.22, XII.02             Pehr, Michal VII.14
Menzel, Birgit XVII.14              Nikiporets-Takigawa, Galina V.02           Pennell, Daniel M. VIII.05
Mertelsmann, Olaf V.04, XII.10      Nisonen-Trnka, Riikka IV.06                Perchoc, Philippe IX.11
Meshcheryakova, Elena X.01          Nogoibaeva, Elmira II.11                   Pereswetoff-Morath, Alexander XVI.09
Meshchryakov , Alexander IX.20      Nomachi, Motoki VI.16, XIV.13              Pervukhin, Natalia V.17
Metz, Eric XVII.08                  Nonaka, Susumu XVII.18                     Perzi, Niklas VII.14
Mezentseva, Elena XVI.10            Nordenstreng, Kaarle XII.04                Péteri, György IV.06, XVIII.20
Miazhevich, Galina XII.04           Norimatsu, Kyohei I.03                     Petersson, Bo I.12, IV.13, VI.07, X.11
Michlic, Joanna XVI.05              Normann , Christine VI.19                  Petrone, Karen I.10




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Petronis, Vytautas XVI.07                 Rosenholm , Arja XVIII.16                    Shepotylo, Oleksandr XI.23
Petrov, E.V. IV.15                        Rosenthal, Charlotte XVIII.16                Sherman, Tamah II.07
Petrov, Kristian II.16, V.20              Ross, Cameron XIII.19                        Shikhalieva, Sabrina IX.14
Petrov, Nikita II.22                      Roth-Ey, Kristin II.13                       Shilibekova, Aigerim IV.02
Petrov, Nikolay XVIII.11                  Round, John VIII.10                          Shin, Kwang-Yeong XVIII.06
Petrov, Petăr III.06                      Rousselet, Kathy VII.12                      Shioji, Hiromi XIII.15
Petrushevskaia, Lyudmila VII.01           Rozenberg, Danielle I.15                     Shishkin, Sergey IV.11
Petsinis, Vassilis II.01, XV.02, XVI.22   Rubinstein, Lev VII.01                       Shmeleva, Elena XIV.11
Petzer, Tatjana IX.06                     Ruder, Cynthia VIII.13, IX.22                Shmulyar Gréen, Oksana II.08, IX.19
Pfandl, Heinrich V.02                     Ruiz Ramas, Rubén II.11                      Shoev, Suhrob XVII.13
Piattoeva, Nelli VI.17                    Runcis, Maija V.15, XIV.08                   Shomina, Elena III.05
Pietiläinen, Jukka VI.18, X.04            Ruscica, Marilena V.11                       Shrayer, Maxim D. XVI.05
Pietiläinen, Jukka XII.04                 Russell, John I.12, VI.07, X.11              Shubin, Sergey XI.04
Plakhotniuk, Nataliia VII.02              Rustemova, Assel VIII.11                     Shulgina, Emilia IV.21
Platt, Jonathan Brooks IV.07              Rutland, Peter XII.20, XVII.11               Sigman, Carole XIII.10
Platt, Kevin M. F. IV.14                  Ruutu, Hanna V.11                            Sikor, Thomas XII.09
Pleines, Heiko VIII.18, XIII.05           Ruutu, Katja XVI.21                          Sim, Li-Chen XIII.20
Poerzgen, Yvonne V.16                     Ryabchuk, Mykola XI.09                       Simm, Kadri XVIII.08
Pogosjan, Elena XIII.09                   Ryan, Karen V.16                             Simmons, Cynthia XVII.15
Pogosjan, Elena XIII.09                   Ryazanova-Clarke, Lara XV.17                 Simons, Greg XII.04
Polanska, Dominkia XVIII.12               Rytövuori-Apunen, Helena VI.07, X.11         Sinani, Gjergj I.02
Polese, Abel VIII.10                      Saari, Sinikukka XIV.14                      Skomp, Elizabeth XVIII.16
Poltavtseva, Natalia I.21                 Sabirov, Farkhod XVIII.01                    Skrzypek, Andrzej V.09
Polunov, Alexander XIV.19                 Sablin, Vasili III.03, XV.06                 Smajs, Josef VI.01
Polyak, Levente XVIII.12                  Sakon, Yukimura V.01                         Smetanin, Alexander III.03, XI.04, XV.06
Pomfret, Richard XVII.16                  Sakwa, Richard I.12, III.14, X.06, VII.07,   Smigiel, Christian XVIII.19
Pondopoulo, Anna XVIII.05                 XIII.19, XV.11                               Smirnova, Tatiana V.15, XV.22
Ponomareva, Anna XI.14, XIII.13           Saleniece, Irena XII.10                      Smith, Alexandra I.17, XIII.17
Pop, Adrian XVI.22                        Salmenniemi, Suvi I.04, XII.11               Smith, David V.04, VIII.17, XII.10
Popov, Alexander III.03, X.07, XV.06      Sanborn, Joshua XV.23                        Smith, Hanna XVIII.17
PORTNOV, Andriy IX.11                     Saparov, Arsene XVIII.13                     Smith, Jeremy XII.16
Preissler, Franz XI.01                    Saphonova, Yulia V.02                        Smolentseva, Anna I.01
Prodromidou, Alexandra VII.21             Sarkeyeva, Rosa XVII.16                      Smoljanski, Alexander V.02
Prokhorova, Irina IX.13                   Sarsenov, Karin V.19                         Smyth, Sarah XII.18
Protassova, Ekaterina XII.18              Sato, Keiji V.20                             Soboleva, Irina XVI.10
Puig, Albert XI.23                        Sato, Yukino VII.14                          Soerbye, Yngvild XVI.07
Pushkareva, Natalia L'vovna VII.17        Satybaldieva, Elmira VIII.11                 Sogomonov, Alexander X.12
Pöllänen, Pirjo III.22, XI.08             Saxena, Ranjana XIV.20                       Sohlman, Michael X.12
Pöppel, Ludmila VI.20, XVI.17             Schatz, Edward VIII.18                       Sokolov, Andrei XV.22
Raff, Murray XV.02                        Scherrer, Jutta III.04                       Sokolova, Svetlana X.01
Raimundo, Filipa VI.06                    Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, David X.02,    Solomeshch, Ilya VII.18, XVI.08
Rakauskiene, Ona Grazhina XII.08          IV.12, XI.16, XVIII.05                       Solomon, Peter H. I.20
Rakhimov, Mirzokhid VII.16                Schimpfossl, Elisabeth X.22                  SONG, Eun-Ji V.08
Rasell, Michael XII.22                    Schlyter, Birgit IX.21                       SooHwan, Kim XVII.18
Rathmayr , Renate II.07, XIV.11           Schmidt-Felzmann, Anke XI.13, XIV.01         Sopronenko, Igor IX.22
Rautio, Vesa III.18                       Schroeder, Hans Hennig III.11                Spencer, George Andrew XIV.15, XVII.17
Read, Christopher XV.23                   Schulze Wessel , Martin XI.11                Sperling, Walter XV.18, XVII.09
Rees, Arfon XVI.13                        Scott Leonard, Carol IV.11                   Spivak, Monika VIII.01, XI.14
Reeves, Madeleine II.06, VI.08            Scott, James XV.11, XVI.03                   Spörer-Wagner, Doreen I.09
Reid, Susan II.13, XVIII.20               Seals, Corinne XIV.02                        Stadler Dr., Sabine XI.01
Renner, Andreas IV.12                     Sedakova, Irina XIII.18                      Stala, Krzysztof XI.03
Retish, Aaron IV.05                       Segal, Dimitri VIII.01                       Staliunas, Darius XIII.06
Rewakowicz, Maria I.18                    Segbers, Klaus VII.11                        Stanley, John XVI.02
Reyfman, Irina IV.07                      Segert, Dieter XV.13, XVII.11                Stark, Manuel XIV.05
Reyna, Steven XI.21, XII.09               Sejdini, Abdulmenaf I.05                     Starkov, Oleg III.05
Riabchuk, Mykola I.18                     Semchenko, Alexander XII.05                  Statiev, Alex IX.04
Riishøj, Søren XIV.17                     Semenenko, Alexei VII.13                     Steinacker, Gudrun XVI.16
Rindzeviciute, Egle VII.19, XVI.16        Semenii, Oleksii XIV.02                      Steinberg, John W. VI.14, XIII.14
Ringblom, Natasha V.08                    Senokosov, Yuriy X.12                        Steinholt, Yngvar VIII.08
Ristolainen, Mari XVI.15                  Seppo, Antti XII.06                          Steinwedel, Charles III.20
Rivera, David XV.02                       Serebriakova, Tatiana XIII.20                Stepanov, Andrei VIII.22, XV.09
Rivera, Sharon Werning IV.08              Shabaev, Yuri VII.22                         Stepanova, Ekaterina I.12
Rivkin-Fish, Michele I.04                 Shabdenova, Aizhan XVI.04                    Stepanova, Liliya XVI.12
Robertshaw, Sam XIV.04                    Shaikhutdinov, Marat E. XI.15                Stites, Richard IV.14
Robinson, Neil XIII.19, XVII.11           Shaimerdenova, Nursulu II.07                 Stockdale, Melissa K. I.10
Rochlitz, Michael II.19                   Shangirbayeva, Beibit IV.02                  Stodolsky, Ivor XV.24
Rodin, Johnny VII.06, XI.10, XVI.01       Shapiro, Gavriel X.15                        Stoeckl, Kristina XIII.04, XIV.03
Rogacheva, Maria I.08                     Shapiro, Judith XV.20, XVI.10                Stojanovic, Arlett VII.11
Rogachevski, Andrei XVI.14                Shapoval, Yurii XIII.08                      Stolberg, Eva M. III.16, V.01
Rogatchevskaia, Ekaterina IV.10, XII.07   Sharafutdinova, Gulnaz VII.11                Stolyarova, Guzel I.16
Rogatchevski, Andrei XI.18, XVI.14        Shaw, Denis XV.07                            Stone, David R. XIII.14
Rogulin, Nickolai IV.15                   Shearer, David IX.09                         Stoyanova, Nadezhda VIII.04
Romanov, Pavel XII.22, XIV.08             Shearman, Peter I.23, II.21, III.21          Strenge, Gesine XV.17
Roncevic, Borut XVIII.10                  Shepherd, Ben IX.04                          Stykow, Petra XIII.04, XVII.11




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Subrakova, Liudmila XIV.21               Tumanova, Anastasiya XV.23                        Williams, David XII.14
Sugiura, Fumikazu XIII.05                Tura, Deniz II.20                                 Willimott, Andrew I.22
Suhan, Stela XIII.12                     Turbine, Vikki I.04                               Wilson, Sophia I.20
Sukhoon, Choo V.08                       Turoma, Sanna IV.07, V.03, VII.09                 Vinokurov , Evgeny IX.12
Sunderland, Willard III.17               Turovsky, Rostislav XIV.17                        Vinokurova, Natalia XVIII.09
Sundström, Olle IV.19, IX.14, XVII.22    Tymczuk, Alexander IV.09                          Vintila-Ghitulescu, Constanta V.19
Sungurov, Alexander XIV.14               Tynkkynen, Veli-Pekka X.08                        Virkkunen, Joni XI.08, XVI.03
Suny, Ronald X.02                        Tysiachniouk, Maria VI.09                         Wirtz, Gudrun VIII.05
Superfin, Gabriel V.17                   Törnquist-Plewa , Barbara XI.03, XVIII.20         Vishevsky, Anatoly XIV.20
Susiluoto, Ilmari X.07, XV.06            Uegaki, Akira XII.20                              Visnovsky, Emil VI.01
Sussex, Matthew I.23, II.21              Uejima, Kayo VII.15                               Witt, Susanna VII.13
Sutela, Pekka XI.22                      Ueland, Carol XIII.17                             Vituhnovskaja-Kauppala, Marina III.04
Suutari, Pekka XVII.22                   Uffelmann, Dirk X.20                              Vogl, Doris XIV.16
Swain, Geoffrey V.04, XII.10             Uimonen, Pirjo XI.08                              Wolczuk, Kataryna XI.09
Svedov, Vladislav V.03                   Umland, Andreas XI.19, XII.17                     Woldt, Claudia VI.20
Svensson, Bengt V.20                     Ungurianu, Dan VII.09                             Wolff, David XI.16
Svensson, My V.16                        Urbansky, Sören XVI.19                            Volobuyev, Vladyslav III.01
Swiderski, Edward III.13, XV.24          Urnov, Mark V.12                                  von Gall, Caroline IV.20
Svyetlov, Oleksandr XVII.02              Usanov, Artur XIII.15                             von Hagen, Mark VI.14
Syltangalieva, Gulmira XIII.22           Usmanov, Gayrat XV.03                             Woodworth, Bradley XII.14
Szurek, Jean-Charles I.15, XIII.08       Usmanov, Nail VII.19                              Vorácek, Emil VII.14
Sätre, Ann-Mari X.03, XII.11, XV.20      Waack, Christoph XIII.20                          Vorontsov, Vladimir VII.22
Tabachnikova, Olga I.21, XVI.05          Vacroux, Alexandra XVIII.05                       Wråkberg, Urban XV.07
Tabata, Shinichiro VI.02                 Waechter, Natalia III.07                          Wulf, Meike XVII.20
Tadjbakhsh, Shahrbanou XVII.15           Vahtra, Peeter I.07                               Wulff , Dietmar I.08
Taguchi, Shuhei V.18                     Vaicekauskas, Arunas XIII.18                      Vusatyuk, Oleg III.10
Taitslin, Anna XV.02, XVI.07             Vakareliyska, Cynthia M. III.08                   Vysotskaya G. Vieira, Alena XVII.07
Takahashi, Sanami XII.12                 Vakulchuk, Roman XIV.05                           Yagodin, Dmitry VI.18
Takahashi, Takao VII.15, VIII.12         Waldron, Peter VIII.03                            Yakovlev, Andrei V.07, VII.23, XIII.05, XVI.11
Takala, Irina XI.04 , XVI.08             Walters, Philip II.12                             Yalcin-Heckmann, Lale XII.09
Takeda, Yuka I.06                        Van Baak, Joost VII.09                            Yang, Cheng VII.16
Tallberg, Pontus X.08                    Van Bladel, Joris XIV.04                          Yang, Min-jong VII.09
Tamas, Pal XVIII.10                      Van Buskirk, Emily XII.03                         Yelenevskaya, Maria XVI.12
Tambovtsev, Vitaly IV.11                 van der Stadt, Janneke IV.01, XVII.10             Yemelianova, Galina XVII.13
Taras, Ray VI.07, X.11                   van der Zweerde, Evert III.13, V.05, XIV.03,      Yerzhanov, Bakit XII.05
Tasic, Milan V.18, VI.01                 XV.24                                             Yoo, Hee-Gwone XIV.15
Tat, Alin XIII.04                        Vanhala-Aniszewski, Marjatta II.16                Yoo, Kwon Jong VIII.02, XVIII.06
Taylor, Jeffrey XVI.21                   Wanner, Adrian IV.01                              Yoshimura, Takayuki XVI.19
Teague, Elizabeth VIII.20                Vári, András III.06                               Young, Jekaterina V.16, XII.14
Tejerizo, Margaret V.03                  Warmbrunn, Juergen IV.10, XIV.15                  Yurchuk, Yuliya I.02, VII.20, XIII.12
Temkina, Anna III.22                     Washburn, Daniel II.12                            Yushkova, Elena XVII.10
Terekhina, Vera VIII.07                  Vasiliev, Dmitriy XI.01                           Zagrebin, Alexei VII.22
Terävä, Sirkku XI.08                     Vasilyan, Syuzanna III.01                         Zakharov, Nikolay IX.17, XII.16, XVI.22,
Thackeray, Frank XVI.02                  Vasilyev, Alexey I.15                             XVII.22
Theimer Nepomnyashchy, Catharine IV.07   Vass, Laszlo XIII.03                              Zamastil, Kristine IX.03
Thorez, Julien VI.08                     Weclawowicz, Grzegorz XVIII.12                    Zarkov, Dubravka XI.08
Tikkala, Terhi V.10                      Vedev, Alexei XII.20                              Zarrilli, Luca VI.11, XVIII.13
Tillberg, Margareta VII.19               Weiss, Andrea VIII.10                             Zarycki, Tomasz XI.03
Tiulegenov, Medet II.11                  Weiss, Daniel XIV.11                              Zashev, Peter XIII.15
Tkach, Olga III.22                       Weiss-Wendt, Anton XVI.05                         Zaslavskaya, Natalia XII.01
Toda, Yasushi III.05                     Weitsman, Patricia XI.08                          Zaznaev, Oleg XI.19
Toews, Gerhard XIV.05                    Welge, Britta IX.19                               Zdravomyslova, Elena III.22, XV.20
Toker, Leona V.17                        Velikanova, Olga XVI.13                           Zele, Andreja XIV.13
Tokunaga, Masahiro III.18                Vendil Pallin, Carolina V.13, XI.19               Zeleneva, Irina VII.21
Tolz, Vera XVIII.05                      Verbickiene, Jurgita IX.17                        Zherebiatiev, Mikhail XIV.03
Tomiyama, Eiko III.18, XIII.15           Vercamer, Grischa IV.21                           Zhuravlev, Sergey XV.22
Topor-Madry, Roman III.15                Veres, Valér XIII.02                              Zhurzhenko , Tatiana X.22, XIV.08
Torjesen, Stina XVII.06                  Verpoest, Lien XVII.07                            Zimmer, Kerstin IV.09
Torop, Peeter XVII.18                    Werth, Nicolas IX.09                              Zimmermann, Volker VII.14
Trehub, Aaron XIV.15                     Werth, Paul III.20, XI.11                         Zinoviev, Olga VIII.20
Trenin, Dmitri II.14                     Westrate, Michael I.08                            Zlydneva, Nataliya XVII.08
Treshchenkov, Evgeny VII.21              Weststeijn, Willem G. VI.05                       Zmroczek, Janet XII.07, XVII.17
Trevisani, Tommaso III.11                White, Stephen L. III.09, IV.08, IX.08, XIV.04,   Zorkaja, Natalia XI.12
Trochev, Alexei I.20                     XVIII.11                                          Zubelzú, Graciela XIII.01
Trofimenko, Martha B. XI.09              Wiederkehr , Stefan XII.17, IX.15                 Zubok, Vladislav M. XIV.10
Trofimova , Irina XVI.01                 Vihalemm, Triin II.09                             Zurawski vel Grajewski, Radoslaw XVII.01
Trofimova, Elena VII.17                  Vihavainen, Timo XVI.08                           Zvereva, Vera XV.17
Tsiskarashvili, Dmitri IX.17             Viktorov, Ilya VIII.14                            Zweynert, Joachim XVII.11
Tuchtenhagen, Ralph VIII.09              Willerton, John XI.19                             Zvonkine, Eugenie XV.14
Tumanov, Sergey I.01                     Williams, Christopher VII.22




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