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De Gruyter and Academic Studies Press have joined hands together in its first venture to promote the publishing of premium, scholarly monographs and collections, and bring to an international market over sixty new English-language titles, primarily in areas of Jewish and Slavic Studies. This prestigious partnership promotes the distribution of Academic Studies Press's entirety of frontlist titles and a large collection of backlist titles, highlighting Religious Studies and History. De Gruyter is proud to disseminate research while partnering with Academic Studies Press in supporting scholars to reach the right audience for their research.

"We are excited to work with De Gruyter in increasing the access to the scholarship that we publish – especially outside of the US, and we are pleased to be part of yet a further initiative that confirms that smaller and medium-sized publishers can cooperate in the face of a rapidly changing publishing landscape."

-Igor Nemirovsky, Director & Publisher, Academic Studies Press

 

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Cultural Syllabus

Cultural Syllabus “Cultural Syllabus” comprises critical readers and anthologies of primary and secondary texts for a broad variety of undergraduate courses in Russian Studies, including literature, film, and cultural history. Books in this series are edited by experienced college and university instructors, who convert their course materials into source books for colleagues and students. Additionally, these books serve as introductions to their given subjects for a general readership.





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Israel: Society, Culture and History

Israel: Society, Culture and History “Israel: Society, Culture and History” is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of complex interactions among culture, identity, history and power in Israeli society and politics. Encouraging nuanced interpretation in a broad range of theoretical approaches, transcending ideological and disciplinary boundaries, books in this series contextualize the Israeli case study in a broadly comparative perspective sensitive to Israel’s distinctiveness and its place in theoretical and socio-historical frameworks. In this spirit, the series promotes interpretive studies, based on empirical material, sensitive to social scientific as well as humanistic and ethical concerns.


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Studies in Russian and Slavic Literatures, Cultures, and History

Studies in Russian and Slavic Literatures, Cultures, and History In this series, an emphasis is given to the exploration of artistic aspects of literary works in their broad literary and cultural context and to the investigation of major periods and trends of literary and cultural history.









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Cultural Revolutions: Russia in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

Cultural Revolutions: Russia in the Twentieth and Twenty-First CenturiesThis series presents lively scholarly dialogue across academic disciplines and national borders about events, figures, ideas, and cultural artifacts that have defined modern Russian culture. Monographs, thematic collections, anthologies, as well as scholarly guides to authors/thinkers, periods, historical events, and texts examine the literary, visual and material culture of the “long” twentieth century-from one fin-de-siecle (1890s) to the other (2000s). This series brings together some of the most far-reaching studies in literature, history, visual art, film, theater, and anthropology, and helps to reframe key questions that will animate scholarship of twentieth-century Russia in decades to come.


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