This volume comprises various contributions from Slavonic Studies at the interface of Linguistics, Literature, Art and Cultural Studies with a focus on the history, situation and perception of Slavonic issues in Greece as well as the Russian avant-garde of the 20th century.
1. Setting the Agenda: Slavic Studies in the 21st century - Klaus Steinke: On the Importance of the Slavonic Languages
in Europe after 1989 - Lew N. Zybatow: EuroComSlav: Slavic Languages for a Multilingual Europe of the Future - 2.
Migration and Linguistic Hybridity - Kira Kaurinkoski : Gendered Migration Patterns and Experiences of Ukrainian Immigrants
in Greece - Dieter Stern: What Kind of Pidgin is Taimyr Pidgin Russian? - 3. Perceptions of Slavs in Greece -
Spyros Marchetos: A Slav Macedonian Greek Fascist? Deciphering the Ethnicophrosyne of Sotirios Gotzamanis -
Tasos Kostopoulos: Naming the Other: From “Greek Bulgarians” to “Local Macedonians” - Vemund Aarbakke: Myth
and Fantasy in the Greek Discourse on the Domestic Slav Vernacular - Raymondos Alvanos: Conflicting Perceptions of
Slavic in Greek Macedonia during the Interwar Years - 4. Early Soviet Cinema - Stavros Alifragkis / François Penz:
Man with the Movie Camera – Constructing Visions of Happiness in the Ideal Socialist City of the Future - Panayiota
Mini: Vsevolod Pudovkin’s Chess-Fever (1925) in its Historical Context - 5. Literature and Art - Mirjam
Goller. Last Exit Humankind? New Anthropological Aspects in Literary Interpretation and Theory - Katerina Mavromichali:
Art into Production. The Role and Function of Porcelain from the George Costakis’ Collection - Maria Tsantsanoglou:
The Truth of Art and the Art of Pravda - Syrago Tsiara: Revising Socialist Realism. An Introduction to its