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Modest Dressing, as a Virtue What’s really behind fashion’s — and women’s — love of concealing clothes?

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Lesbian Life in St. Petersburg and Leningrad

http://paperpaper.ru/khoroshilova-lgbt/

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animation films made by women directors

https://mubi.com/lists/animation-by-women-directors?utm_content=bufferc9e95&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer   This list has been created to gather as many animation films made by women directors as possible, given that they are currently available in MUBI’s database.

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The Atlantic’s Article about Silent-era Films’ Intertitles

The Atlantic’s article about silent films intertitles

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I discovered David Goloshchekin

What a brilliant man! Just heard him in St. Petersburg Jazz Philharmonia. https://tvkultura.ru/video/show/brand_id/20872/episode_id/990862/video_id/1009917/  

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Russian Literature for Children

http://www.papmambook.ru/articles/2751/

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Yudin Historical Memory in Russia

https://www.raamoprusland.nl/debat/geschiedschrijving-als-politiek-instrument/564-the-future-of-unwanted-histories#volledige-tekst

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nationalism article

http://gefter.ru/archive/22113

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The Human Fabric of the Facebook Pyramid

https://labs.rs/en/the-human-fabric-of-the-facebook-pyramid/

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Encyclopedia of Russian Avant-Garde

http://rusavangard.ru/online/

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