Governing the Locals: Local Self-government and Ethnic Mobilization in Russia
Rowman & Littlefield, 2004 - 212 Seiten
Each issue of the Torrid Literature Journal is special in its own right and Volume VIII Revolution is no exception. TL Publishing Group closes out the 2013 year with continued consistency in presenting readers with a notable literary publication that supports writers and the overall culture of literature.The Torrid Literature Journal - Volume VIII Revolution includes over 30 beautiful poems and short stories that will captivate lovers of the written word. From poems about love and lost to poems about children, faith, and self-reflection, this diverse collection of inspiring, entertaining, and relatable literature will engage the reader's attention as they go from page to page on a journey created by the poets who can capture the beauty in even the saddest of moments because this is what literature does. It finds the beauty in everything, even amongst a field of weeds.In addition to the aforementioned, this issue also announces the winners of the 2nd Annual Romancing the Craft of Poetry & Fiction Contest. This contest has received over double the entries submitted last year. Out of over 400 entries, three stood out the most, which are included in this eighth edition.Another important aspect of this journal is the featured interview with Jacob Erin-Cilberto, a poet and teacher from Southern Illinois. This captivating interview exposes the heart and mind behind the literary work that has a unique signature that can't be mimicked but only appreciated. You don't want to miss what he has to say.With this said, the Torrid Literature Journal is quickly becoming a walking force that embodies the collaborative voices of the writers who fill up the pages with groundbreaking material. Whether you are new to the Torrid Literature Journal or a veteran supporter, you will quickly become hooked on the literary material that constantly reminds all of us why literature is one of the most profound forms of art that has ever existed.
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Movements and the PostSoviet State Networks Resources and Agenda Setting
Local Government and Social Control in the Soviet Union and PostSoviet Russia
Ethnosocial Contexts and Grievances
The Soviets and Nationalist Movements 19901992 Setting the Limits of Contention
The Soviets and Ethnic Conflict The Deviant Case of North Ossetiya
Local SelfGovernment or Government Gone Local? Municipal Control of the Citizenry 19922000
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