These articles were all published as part of Vestnik, a scholarly journal for student research concerning all aspects of the Eurasian space. The journal, run by SRAS, accepts student research on any subject related to this geographic area from any historical period. The work is published across the SRAS Family of Sites, which itself covers a wide range of subjects. The works below cover specifically topics related to museums, art, theater, and literature.

The Call for Papers and other information about the journal can be found on GeoHistory. Any interested students, or professors interesting in incorporating student publication into capstone projects, are encouraged to contact us.

Immorality and “General Hypnotism” in Chekhov’s “Gooseberries” 

In Anton Chekhov’s short story “Gooseberries,” the societal diagnosis of general hypnotism is developed through carefully manipulated and positioned detail. This general hypnotism is defined as when a person is happy only because they have apparently been blinded to the suffering of others. As the character Nikolay Ivanovitch becomes consumed by his desire for wealth […]

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