Tag: USSR

Elements of disability inclusion in Soviet disability pedagogy

Svetlana Borodina , October 27th, 2020


For someone interested in the genealogy of disability inclusion in Russia, Soviet disability pedagogy, known at the time under the name of defektologia, may seem to be a…


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Pearls before Swine

Maximilian C. Forte , October 11th, 2019


Pearls, in the Parish of St. Andrew’s, Grenada, just up the road from the main town of Grenville, is a unique place that sits at the intersection of two…


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The Kursk Disaster: Facts Sunk Beneath Waves of Drama

Maximilian C. Forte , March 5th, 2019


At the turn of the millennium a trilogy of disasters gained a high profile in the international media. First, in July of 2000 the fiery crash of Air…


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Book Review: Fragile Conviction: Changing Ideological Landscapes in Urban Kyrgyzstan by Mathijs Pelkmans

Rose Deller , April 11th, 2018


In Fragile Conviction: Changing Ideological Landscapes in Urban Kyrgyzstan, Mathijs Pelkmans offers an ethnography of everyday life in a former mining town in southern Kyrgyzstan that focuses on the…


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25 Years without the Berlin Wall

Donnchadh Mac an Ghoill , November 9th, 2014


Needless to say, the end of foreign imposed partition is an occasion of joy for any country. Here in Ireland, we look forward to the day when the…


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