Committing Community: Carpatho-Rusyn Studies as an Emerging Scholarly Discipline (East European Monograph)

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Leading scholars of Slavic, Russian, and Ukrainian national issues debate the history and place of Rusyns within East Central Europe.

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Elaine Rusinko is associate professor of Russian at the University of Maryland. She is the author of Straddling Borders: Literature and Identity in Subcarpathian Rus' and the translator of Aleksandr Duknovych's Virtue Is More Important Than Riches.

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In many ways this is a fine introduction to Carpatho-Rusyn studies, an emerging field in the transnational highland borderlands of East Central Europe. (Polish Review)

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