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Slavonic Studies in Australia and New Zealand During the Cold War and in the Post-Cold-War Era

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Slavonic Studies and especially Russian profited from the Cold War and when it ended Western governments saw no need to continue supporting these disciplines. This coincided with the commercialization of the universities, when governments largely abrogated their responsibility for higher education. It is in this context that the following account of the rise and fall of Slavonic studies in Australia and New Zealand unfolds.

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2013-01-01
2017-11-19

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