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This issue is dedicated to disciplinary discrepancies in different academic cultures. It contains a range of essays that outline these discrepancies in higher education in the post-Soviet period at macro-, meso-, and micro-level.
The working paper ‘Images of the Past in British Popular Music of the 1960s: ‘Relevant History’ of the Kinks’ by Alexandra Kolesnik, Research Assistant at the Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities has been published. The author studies the historical imagery of British popular music in the1960s drawing on the example of the rock band ‘The Kinks’. Their interest in English folklore, musical and cultural traditions, widely known to national audience became an original reinterpretation of relevant events in England in the 1960s, and national history as a whole.
Academic Studies Press issued the ‘Word and Image in Russian History: Essays in Honor of Gary Marker’. The collection invokes and honors the scholarly contributions of Gary Marker. Twenty scholars from Russia, the United Kingdom, Italy, Ukraine and the United States examine some of the main themes of Marker’s scholarship on Russia — literacy, education, and printing; gender and politics; the importance of visual sources for historical study; and the intersections of religious and political discourse in Imperial Russia.