Volume 1, Issue 1 | Spring 2002
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Five senior scholars offer their personal views on where the discipline has been, where it is today, and what might be ahead.
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The Zaporozhian Cossacks, painted by Ilya Repin in the years 1880-1891, echoed some of the clichés found in Nikolai Gogol's historical tale Taras Bulba (1835-42). The diverse qualities ascribed to the legendary Cossacks made them a mirror of Russians' national identity and unfullfilled aspirations.
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