Transnational Russian Studies

Andy Byford (Editor), Connor Doak (Editor), Stephen Hutchings (Editor)

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This volume aims to reposition the discipline of Russian Studies in a transnational framework. Undergraduate programmes are increasingly recognizing the need to provide students not only with a mastery of Russian language and culture, but also with an understanding of how national language and culture exist within a larger, global context. Transnational Russian Studies advocates a curriculum that equips students with skills of intercultural analysis. It aims to define a core set of skills and methodological operations that constitute the study of Russian language and culture as transnational phenomena. Working with the concepts and critical tools that are defined in Transnational Modern Languages: The Handbook, the volume provides a series of essays, written by leading scholars within the field, that demonstrate the type of inquiry that can be pursued into the transnational realities – both material and non-material – that are integral to what we refer to as ‘Russian culture’.

This volume was published on 06 February 2020.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLiverpool
PublisherLiverpool University Press
Number of pages376
ISBN (Print)9781789620870
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jan 2020

Publication series

NameTransnational Modern Languages
PublisherLiverpool University Press


  • modern languages
  • transnational
  • Russian studies
  • Russia
  • global
  • transcultural


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