Materiality of Religion in Central and Eastern Europe 30-05-2021
Virtual conference "'Russkoe Inorodnoe': Inside and Beyond the Folklore" in November 2021 10-09-2021
Memory in Central and Eastern Europe: past traumas, present challenges, future horizons 20-05-2021
AATSEEL 2022 National Meeting 01-07-2021
Astapova, Anastasiya. 2021. Humor and Rumor in the Post-Soviet Authoritarian State. Lexington Books.
Astapova, Anastasiya, et al. 2021. Conspiracy Theories and the Nordic Countries. Routledge.
Teffi. 2021. Other Worlds: Peasants, Pilgrims, Spirits, Saints. Robert Chandler, ed. Trans. by Robert and Elizabeth Chandler. NYRB Classics
Astapova, Anastasiya, et al. 2020. Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe: Tropes and Trends. Routledge.
Brzozowska-Krajka, Anna. 2020. Ethnoculture in the Diaspora: Between Regionalism and Americanisation, Trans. by Robert A. Orr. Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press - Columbia University Press
Kononenko, Natalie. 2019. Ukrainian Epic and Historical Song: Folklore in Context. University of Toronto Press.
UNC Greensboro - Full-Time Lecturer in Russian, posted 29-03-2021, no submission date
University of Oklahoma - One Year Russian Lecturer, posted 07-04-2021, no submission date
Saint Anselm College - Part-Time Faculty Russian Language, posted 08-04-2021, Open until Filled
UCLA - Polish Language Lecturer 19-05-2021
Journal of Folklore Research - Managing Editor 15-05-2021
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