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  • Andreas Umland
    [Please, publish, post or forward. Thank you.] Call for Contributions: Russian Nationalism Links List Scholars, experts, journalists, students and other
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 12, 2008
      [Please, publish, post or forward. Thank you.]

      Call for Contributions: Russian Nationalism Links List

      Scholars, experts, journalists, students and other specialists are invited to make contributions to the web-resource "Links on Russian Nationalism" at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/russian_nationalism/links .

      There are several folders with over 150 links to relevant papers, bibliographies, books, primary sources and other material freely available on the WWW. Altogether, the various resources to which these links lead list hundreds of various texts related, in one way or another, to Russian nationalism.

      You can add a text already published and freely accessible on the web by following the below instructions.

      Or, you can add a yet unpublished text or a text not yet freely available on the web to this list. For doing the latter, you would first have to publish this text somewhere else on the WWW - for instance, within an established web paper (e.g. Onlinejournal.com, Netzeitung.de, Polit.ru), specialized web resource (e.g. H-Net.org, OpenDemocracy.net, haGalil.com), or scholarly web journal (e.g. KU-Eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/forumruss.html) that allows free access to its articles. Once your text has appeared there, you can set a link to your new web-based publication in the appropriate folder of the "Links" section.

      For making the addition to the "Links" list, you would have to create a Yahoo-Account of your own (unless you have already one). Please, visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/russian_nationalism/, and click "Join this Group" (you can easily leave the Group and the entire Yahoo system later). Once you have become a group member, go to "Links", open the relevant folder and click "Add Link". Follow the instructions and apply the format/style of the previous listings which is the following:
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      [First Line:]
      first/second/third authors' family name/s SHORT TITLE OF THE BOOK/PAPER IN ENGLISH [no more than five words] (add: .pdf, .rtf or .wrd, if it is a PDF, RTF or MS WORD file)

      [Second Line:]
      [in the case of a newspaper article:] full name/s of author/s, "Title of the Article Carefully Transcribed into Latin Letters: Subtitle of the Article," Title of the Newspaper, Day Month Year.
      [in the case of a scholarly paper:] full name/s of author/s, "Title of the Article Carefully Transcribed into Latin Letters: Subtitle of the Article," Title of the Journal, vol. ..., no. ... (Year): starting page-ending page.
      [in the case of a book:] full name/s of the author/s or editor/s (eds.), Title of the Book Carefully Transcribed into Latin Letters: Subtitle of the Book (Place of Publication: Publisher, Year).

      [Third Line:]
      full WWW site address of the resource
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      Here are examples for how an article or a book should be presented:

      A r t i c l e:
      Kovalev DUGIN AS FASCIST/ANTIFASCIST
      Boris Kovalev, "Kristallnakht-2008: Svoi i chuzhye fashisty," MIGnews, 8 November 2008.
      http://www.mignews.com/news/society/cis/081108_223259_49755.html

      P a p e r:
      Gudkov/Dubin SPECIFICITY OF RUSSIAN NATIONALISM.pdf
      Lev Gudkov and Boris Dubin, "Svoeobrazie russkogo natsionalizma," Pro et Contra, vol. 9, no. 2 (2005): 6-24.
      http://www.carnegie.ru/ru/pubs/procontra/vol9num2-01.pdf

      B o o k:
      Akhmeteva LANGUAGE OF HATE IN THE 2006/07 REGIONAL ELECTIONS
      Valeriia Akhmet'eva, Iazyk vrazhdy na regional'nykh vyborakh: Zima 2006-2007 gg. (Moskva: Tsentr "Sova", 2007).
      http://sova-center.ru/files/xeno/hs-winter-06-07.doc
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      Please, feel free to add relevant links as you see fit. Sometimes contributions to one folder might be moved to another folder. For instance, if you are a Russian patriot who wants to add a link to an article with a theory of why Russians should dominate some part of the world, your contribution might be moved from the folder "Theorizing Russian Nationalism" to the folder "Programs, Interviews and Other Primary Sources". Usually, relevant contributions will not be entirely removed, but may be repositioned. Only additions that have little empirical substance, analytic rigor, documentary value or/and theoretical insight (i.e. are largely useless for scholarly purposes), or that have no direct relation to Russian nationalism will be deleted. For instance, if you want to talk about Estonian nationalism, German neo-Nazism, Ukrainian ethnocentrism, or American imperialism, you will have to create your own Yahoo Group. (Note that the Yahoo-Groups function and option to create a new Group is open to everybody. Only little technical expertise is necessary to set up such a Group of your own.)

      If you want to leave the group, please, send an empty e-mail to: russian_nationalism-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com, or cancel your Yahoo account.

      If you are a published researcher of Russian nationalism, please, consider applying to join this related LinkedIn network: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=157897&sharedKey=+7910BF324C92

      For questions, please contact: russian_nationalism-owner@yahoogroups.com
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