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AEER HAS GONE OPEN ACCESS ONLINE! * * The current issue of The Anthropology of East Europe Review is now available online, thanks to Open Journal Systems (OJS) and IUScholarWorks. To access, visit the new AEER website at http://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/aeer/index We encourage new users to Register with the site, which enables readers to receive an e-mail notification with a Table of Contents when each new issue of the journal is published. Volume 27 (2) is a Special Issue collection of papers from the 2009 Soyuz symposium, “Global Socialisms and Postsocialisms,” guest edited by Narcis Tulbure. Table of Contents: Anthropology of East Europe Review Volume 27, Issue 2 (Fall 2009) Editor’s Notes, Sarah D. Phillips (p. 1) Special Issue Section: Global Socialisms and Postsocialisms Narcis Tulbure , Introduction to Special Issue: Global Socialisms and Postsocialisms (pp. 2-18) Maxim Matesuvich, Probing the Limits of Internationalism: African Students Confront Soviet Ritual (pp. 19-39) Rossen Djagalov , “I Don’t Boast About It, but I’m the Most Widely Read Author of This Century”: Howard Fast and International Leftist Literary Culture, ca. Mid-Twentieth Century (pp. 40-55) Emanuela Grama , Letters, Plans, and Walls: Architects and Archaeologists in the 1960s Bucharest (pp. 56-67) Victor A. Shnirelman, To Make a Bridge: Eurasian Discourse in the Post-Soviet World (pp. 68-85) Ekaterina Melnikova, Global Postsocialism on a Local Scale: The Soviet Migrants at Karelia and Their Past (pp. 86-100) Elana Resnick, Transnational Affiliations, Local Articulations: Consumption and Romani Publics in Bulgaria (pp. 101-116) David A. Kideckel, Citizenship Discourse, Globalization, and Protest: A Postsocialist-Postcolonial Comparison (pp. 117-133) Narcis Tulbure, The Cultural Mediation of Transnational Regulations: Competing Institutional Forms for Romanian Mutual Funds (pp. 134-156) Open Forum Section Smoki Musaraj, Passport Troubles: Social Tactics and Places of Informal Transactions in Post-Socialist Albania (pp. 157-175) Abby Drwecki, “A Lot Depends On Us”: Discourses of Individual and Collective Responsibility in Polish Women’s Self-Defense Courses (pp. 176-192) Eunice Blavascunas, Ecological Community: Pogroms, Peat Bogs and the Zapust Festival (pp. 193-207) Anna Niedzwiedz, Mythical Vision of the City: Kraków as the ‘Pope’s City’ (pp. 208-226) Kristen Ghodsee, Symphonic Secularism: Eastern Orthodoxy, Ethnic Identity and Religious Freedoms in Contemporary Bulgaria (pp. 227-252) Book Reviews Waiting for Macedonia: Identity in a Changing World (Ilka Thiessen), Andrew Graan (pp. 253-255) Through Another Europe – An Anthology of Travel Writing on the Balkans (Andrew Hammond, ed.), Blaz Ilc (pp. 256-257) Consumption and Social Change in a Post-Soviet Middle Class (Jennifer Patico), Neringa Klumbyte (pp. 258-259) Conjuring Hope: Healing and Magic in Contemporary Russia (Galina Lindquist), Maryna Bazylevych (pp. 260-261) We look forward to your submissions! Contact Sarah D. Phillips, editor-in-chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org To suggest books for review, contact Neringa Klumbyte, book review editor, at email@example.com