I'm taking a month off to focus on my Master's thesis. See you in May!
Mostly foreign policy and culture blogs that were active during the 2000s and early/mid 2010s.
Mid-Spetember is upon us, yet Quarantine with Bulgakov has not advanced an inch. It will likely not update with any degree of speed now that I have begun an MA program. The workload of said program is a net increase over undergrad, and the semester model has been replaced by a shorter quarter system, meaning … Continue reading Summer Series is a Soonventually Series
Two posts will go up on June 19th instead of one. My apologies!
As you might have learned from May in Review, 2020's Summer Series will explore Собачье сердце by Mikhail Bulgakov. Original plans were to cover the entire book in a month. Then I remembered that Bulgakov is dense af, and for the best results, I should probably take my time reading each of the volume's three … Continue reading 2020 Summer Series update schedule
No fluffy intro, coronavirus is a thing, it affects all affairs including this blog, here’s how.
Call me Jasmine.
The date crept up on me while I was sleeping. I close my weary eyes for an indeterminate moment, and suddenly Russia Reviewed is turning four.
Russia Reviewed's theme will revert back to the original Apostrophe on Mar. 15, 2020. RR has been through no less than four themes in the past two years. It turns out that Apostrophe remains the best way to display the content. You learn this stuff only through experimenting. Don't kill me, please!
Welcome to Russia Reviewed. Here is my blog concept and what I do [upd. 1 Jan. 2020].
On changes to the appearance and writing style of Russia Reviewed.
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