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Books:

(2017) Tomasz Kamusella, Motoki Nomachi, and Catherine Gibson (eds.) Central Europe Through the Lens of Language Politics: On the Sample Maps from the Atlas of Language Politics in Modern Central Europe. Slavic Eurasian Papers No. 10. Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University. 

(2016) Tomasz Kamusella, Motoki Nomachi, and Catherine Gibson (eds.). The Handbook of Slavic Languages, Identities and Borders. Palgrave Macmillan.

(2016) Borderlands Between History and Memory: Latgale’s Palimpsestuous Past in Contemporary Latvia. University of Tartu Press.

Peer–Reviewed Articles:

(2018) ‘Shading, Lines, Colours: Mapping Ethnographic Taxonomies of European Russia, 1851-1875.’ Nationalities Papers 46 (4), pp.589-611.

(2014) ‘Language or Dialect?: The politicisation of language in Central and Eastern Europe’, Tropos: The Journal of Comparative Cultural Inquiry 2 (1), pp. 32-40.

(2013) ‘Gruomota: the influence of politics and nationalism on the development of written Latgalian in the long nineteenth century (1772-1918)’, Sprawy Narodowościowe/Nationality Affairs 43, pp. 35-52.

Chapters in Edited Volumes:

(2017) ‘Ethnolinguistic Atlases: Theoretical and Methodological Reflections’. In: Tomasz Kamusella, Motoki Nomachi, and Catherine Gibson (eds.) Central Europe Through the Lens of Language Politics: On the Sample Maps from the Atlas of Language Politics in Modern Central Europe. Slavic Eurasian Papers No. 10. Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University, pp. 24-34.

(2017) ‘From Literary Language to Dialect Varieties to Micro-languages? Historical Perspectives on Language Policy Towards South Estonian and Latgalian’. In: Maarja Siiner, Kadri Koreinik and Kara D. Brown (eds.) Language Policy Beyond the State. Springer, pp. 163-182.

(2016) ‘The Polish Livonian Legacy in Latgalia: Slavic Ethnolects at the Confluence of the Baltic and Slavic Dialectal Continua’. In Kamusella et al. (eds.) The Handbook of Slavic Languages, Identities and Borders, pp. 57-80. Palgrave Macmillan.

(2016) Tomasz Kamusella, Motoki Nomachi, and Catherine Gibson. ‘Introduction’. In: Kamusella et al. (eds.) The Handbook of Slavic Languages, Identities and Borders, pp. 1-7. Palgrave Macmillan.

Review Articles and Conference Proceedings:

(2017) ‘History, Memory, and Urban Symbolic Geographies: Recent Contributions to the Historiography of Vilnius’, Acta Slavonica Iaponica 38, pp.145-52. 

— Republished in Belarusian translation: (2017) ‘Гісторыя, памяць і сімвалічная тапаграфія горада: найноўшыя публікацыі да гістарыяграфіі Вільні.’ Беларускі Гістарычны Агляд / Belarusian Historical Review 24, pp.233-246.

(2014) ‘Reflections on Approaches to Researching Border Regions: Writing the History of Latgale’ , Via Latgalica. Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Congress on Latgalistics 6, pp. 10-19.

Book Reviews:

(2019) ‘”Map Men: Transnational Lives and Deaths of Geographers in the Making of East Central Europe,” by Steven Seegel.’ Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung / Journal of East Central European Studies 68 (1), pp. 137-139.

(2018) ‘”The Creation of National Spaces in a Pluricultural Region: The Case of Prussian Lithuania,” by Vasilijus Safronovas.’ Lithuanian Historical Studies 22, pp.180-184.

(2017) ‘“Arts and the Nation: The Role of Visual Arts and Artists in the Making of the Latvian Identity 1905–1940”, by Suzanne Pourchier–Plasseraud.’ Ab Imperio (1), pp.389-393.

(2016) ‘“A History of Belarus”, by Lubov Bazan’. East Central Europe 43, pp. 349-352.

(2016) ‘“Contested Borders: Territorialization, National Identity and Symbolic Geographies”, by Ilir Kalemaj’. Nations and Nationalism 22 (2), pp. 405-406.

(2016) ‘“The Baltic: A History”, by Michael North’. Slovo: an interdisciplinary journal of Russian, East–Central European, and Eurasian affairs 28 (1), pp. 60-61.

(2015) ‘“Absent Culture: The Case of Polish Livonia”, by Krzysztof Zajas’, Central Europe 13 (1-2), pp. 132-134.

(2014) ‘“Writing Post-communism: Towards a Literature of East European Ruins”, by David Williams’, Slovo: an interdisciplinary journal of Russian, East–Central European, and Eurasian affairs 26 (1), pp. 32-34.

Web–Based Publications:

(2017) ‘Research in Dialogue – Dialogue in Research: Interview with Professor Steven Seegel.’ Transnational, Cross-Regional and Global Connections: A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists. Link.

(2017) ‘In conversation with Prof. Aleksandrs Ivanovs about History in and of borderlands’. Peripheral Histories? Link.

(2017) ‘Lists: Translating ethnographic data tables into maps’. EUI History of Science Hypotheses Blog. Link.

(2014) ‘Dyneburg: The Unseen Polish City.’ Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London. Link.

(2014) ‘Language and Nationalism between Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia: the Case of Latgale’, The St Andrews Historian 2, p. 7.


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