Ohio Slavic Papers

Ohio Slavic Papers 9: Culture and Identity in Eastern Christian HistoryThe Ohio Slavic Papers (OSP) is a serial publication of the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures at The Ohio State University. The OSP was formerly published under the title OSU Working Papers in Slavic Studies.

Volumes are thematically organized and cover current research in a wide range of Slavic fields, including linguistics, literature, history, and politics. Many of the volumes are proceedings of conferences held at OSU; other volumes feature research by OSU faculty and graduate students. Nine volumes have been published as of spring 2012.

There is not a regular publication schedule. Each volume in the series is individually conceived, and volume editors have primary responsibility for the content of their volume, including soliciting papers. For some of the volumes papers have been peer reviewed. In other cases, papers were editor reviewed. There is also an Editorial Board for the Ohio Slavic Papers which oversees planning and production and ensures consistency and relevance to the series.

Volumes in this series

vol. 1: A Festschrift for Leon Twarog. Irene Masing-Delic and Mateja Matejic, eds. Columbus, Ohio: 2001.

vol. 2: Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics: In Honor of the 40th Anniversary of the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures. Daniel E. Collins and Andrea D. Sims, eds., with the assistance of Anna C. Goben. Columbus, Ohio: 2003.

vol. 3: Proceedings of the First Graduate Colloquium on Slavic Linguistics. Andrea D. Sims and Miriam Whiting, eds. Columbus, Ohio: 2004.

vol. 4: Macedonian Studies: Papers from the Fifth International Macedonian-North American Conference on Macedonian Studies 1-4 May 2003 at the Ohio State University. Brian D. Joseph and M.A. Johnson, eds. Columbus, Ohio: 2004.

vol. 5: Papers from "The Oeuvre of Nina Sadur", Pittsburgh, PA, February 6-8, 2004. Karin Sarsenov, Helena Goscilo, and David J. Birnbaum, eds. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: 2005.

vol. 6: Proceedings of the Second Graduate Colloquium on Slavic Linguistics. Tanya Ivanova-Sullivan, Andrea D. Sims, and Miriam Whiting, eds. Columbus, Ohio: 2006.

vol. 7: Beyond Little Vera: Women's Bodies, Women's Welfare in Russia and Central/Eastern Europe. Angela Brintlinger and Natasha Kolchevska, eds. Columbus, Ohio: 2008.

vol. 8: Translating Russia: From Theory to Practice. Brian James Baer, ed. Columbus, Ohio: 2006.

vol. 9: Culture and Identity in Eastern Christian History: Papers of the First Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of Eastern Christian History and Culture. Russell E. Martin and Jennifer B. Spock, eds., with the assistance of M.A. Johnson. Columbus, Ohio: 2009. [This volume also inaugurated the Eastern Christian Studies subseries.]

Distribution

Volumes 1-6 are distributed by the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures at The Ohio State University. Volumes 7-9 are distributed by Slavica Publishers.

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