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ISSN 2043-7633

Justin Wilmes

Justin Wilmes is an Assistant Professor of Russian Studies at East Carolina University. His primary research examines post-Soviet cinema and culture, but extends also to Russian drama, translation, and Polish culture. He has published in Russian Literature, Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, The Russian Cinema Reader, KinoKultura, Digital Icons, The Pushkin Review, New England Review, and others. He serves as co-editor of the journal Digital Icons. He holds a Ph.D. in Slavic and East European Languages & Literatures from The Ohio State University.

Latest Posts | By Justin Wilmes
Women and Tech in the Postsocialist Context: Intelligence, Creativity, Transgression

Women and Tech in the Postsocialist Context: Intelligence, Creativity, Transgression

This introductory essay outlines the main theoretical and contextual frameworks of the special issue. It argues that the focus on women and technology advances the gender studies agenda of the …
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Editorial – Issue 19

Editorial – Issue 19

This is the first special issue of Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media (digitalicons.org) devoted entirely to a feminist perspective on digital media and communication technologies. In …
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Czech Academics Develop Video Game about Nazi Occupation

Czech Academics Develop Video Game about Nazi Occupation

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Attentat 1942, a historically accurate video game about the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, ruler of the Nazi-occupied Czech Lands, has been greenlit on the Steam market. Developed by Charles University …
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