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Welcome to the website of STUDIES IN SLAVIC CULTURES (SISC), a scholarly, illustration-friendly journal published by members of the Slavic Department at the University of Pittsburgh, with support from the Center for Russian and East European Studies. SISC consists entirely of analytical articles by graduate students, appears annually, runs to approximately 120 pages, and is devoted to Slavic culture.

The theme of SISC XII will be POP AND PROPAGANDA. We welcome graduate-student submissions investigating any aspect of the topic in relation to Slavic verbal, visual, aural, written, or performative culture. The deadline for submission is 31 May 2013. Please note the guidelines for submission and format.

SISC X: POSTMODERNISM and SISC XI: EVERYDAY LIFE are now available. Write to sisc@pitt.edu for information on ordering copies.

SISC is indexed in ABSEES as an online journal.

 
Issue 1: Visual Art

SISC I:
Visual Art

Issue 2: Anna Karenina

SISC II:
Anna Karenina

Issue 3: The Russian Body

SISC III:
The Russian Body

Issue 4: Bakhtin

SISC IV:
Bakhtin

Issue 5: Ritual

SISC V:
Ritual

Issue 6: Stalinist Culture

SISC VI:
Stalinist Culture

Issue 7: Performance

SISC VII:
Performance

Issue 8: Memory

SISC VIII:
Memory

Issue 9: Alternative Culture

SISC IX:
Alternative Culture

Issue 10: Postmodernism

SISC X:
Postmodernism

Issue 11: Everyday Life

SISC XI:
Everyday Life