Routledge Benefits for BASEES Members and Conference Delegates

We’re really looking forward to the BASEES conference on the 12-14 April 2019 and look forward to seeing you there. We also hope you can join us for our ‘How to get published’ session on 13 April at 11:00 - 12:30 and our drinks reception on 13 April at 19:00 - 19:45. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy browsing through and using your range of benefits below. 

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Get 20% off and free shipping on all Routledge books! Enter BAS01 upon checkout*

*Please note that this discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount and only applies to print books purchased directly from www.routledge.com

And as an extra special conference offer, you can claim a 50% discount on these 5 books when you purchase copies at our stand during the BASEES conference 2019.



Religion and Politics in the Orthodox World
Russian Culture in the Age of Globalization
Russia's Regional Identities



Freedom of Speech in Russia
The Radical Right in Late Imperial Russia



Taylor and Francis Area Studies Journals

FREE Journal Article Access until 31st May 2019

We're delighted to give you free access to the following articles:

  1. Europe-Asia Studies: China–CEE Trade, Investment and Politics”, Tamas Matura
  2. Post-Soviet Affairs: Russia Today’s strategy and effectiveness on YouTube”, Robert W. Orttung and Elizabeth Nelson
  3. Central Asian Survey: ‘Thoroughly reforming them towards a healthy heart attitude’: China’s political re-education campaign in Xinjiang”, Adrian Zenz
  4. Religion, State and Society: Religious political technology: Damir Mukhetdinov’s ‘Russian Islam’”, Michael Kemper
  5. Slavonica: Literary Narratives of the Past: Generations of Memory and Everyday Life Under the Romanian Communist Regime”, Simona Mitroiu
  6. Post-Communist Economies: Total factor productivity growth in Central and Eastern Europe before, during and after the global financial crisis”, Natalia Levenko, Kaspar Oja and Karsten Staehr

Special issues

  1. Europe-Asia Studies 71.1: The Russian-speaking Populations in the Post-Soviet Space: Language, Politics and Identity
  2. Europe-Asia Studies 70.10 special section: The European Union, Russia and the Post-Soviet Space: Shared Neighbourhood, Battleground or Transit Zone on the New Silk Road?
  3. Central Asian Survey 38.1: Securitisation, insecurity and conflict in contemporary Xinjiang
  4. Canadian Slavonic Papers 60.3-4 special section: Animals in Eastern Europe and Russia
  5. Caucasus Survey 7.3 special section: Combating Publication Bias in Area Studies
  6. Journal of Baltic Studies 50.1: The Baltic states after the crisis? The transformation of welfare systems and social problems
  7. East European Politics 34.3: Rethinking 'democratic backsliding' in Central and Eastern Europe
  8. Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe 26.2-3: Biopower At Europe's Eastern Margins: New Facets of a Research Agenda
  9. Religion, State and Society 47.1: The correlates of religion and state
  10. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies 21.1: Migration in the Western Balkans: What Do We Know?
  11. Revolutionary Russia 31.2: The Global Impact of the Russian Revolution
  12. Post-Soviet Affairs 34.2-3: Identity Politics in Times of Crisis: Ukraine as a Critical Case

Free Resources

  1. Getting your research into European Parliament
  2. Public engagement in the humanities podcast

Call for Papers

  1. General Central Europe
  2. General Slavonica

1989 Virtual Special Issue of Europe-Asia Studies

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1989: A Year of Momentous Change

Over the years since 1989, Europe-Asia Studies has published articles on different aspects of the dramatic changes that took place in that year. This virtual special issue to mark the thirtieth anniversary reproduces a selection of them, with a comprehensive introduction written by Professor Martin Myant.

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