Tetiana Bulakh (Anthropology) has published "The Concept of the State in Ukraine after EuroMaidan Through Consumer Practices And Beyond" in a special issue of Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media entitled “Patriotic (Non) Consumption: Food, Fashion and Media” and accessible at http://www.digitalicons.org.
Sebastian Schulman (History) has published his first book, a translation into English of Spomenka Stimec's Esperanto-language novel Croatian War Nocturnal. A fictionalized memoir of daily life during the 1990s Yugoslav wars, the translation has been published by Phoneme Media, an independent publisher of international literature based in Los Angeles. Additionally, Sebastian was recently voted onto the Board of Directors of the American Literary Translators Association, which he now serves as Chair of the Program Committee. In December, he will begin a new position as the Executive Director of KlezKanada, a Montreal-based organization devoted to Yiddish and Jewish arts and culture.
Stepan Serdiukov (History) published his article "Конец расового оптимизма. Почему наследие Юга стало главной проблемой в США" (“The end of optimism on race; why the legacy of the American South has become a major problem in the United States”) on the site of the Carnegie Moscow Center on August 22. http://carnegie.ru/commentary/72866
Szabolcs László (History) presented “Reclaiming the Hearts and Minds: Cultural Diplomacy and the Iowa International Writing Program during the Cold War” at The Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives (OSA) in Budapest, on June 13.