Fluid Russia: Between the Global and the National in the Post-Soviet Era
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Cornell University Press, 2021.
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9781501760556

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Vera Michlin-Shapir., & Vera Michlin-Shapir|AUTHOR. (2021). Fluid Russia: Between the Global and the National in the Post-Soviet Era . Cornell University Press.

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Vera Michlin-Shapir and Vera Michlin-Shapir|AUTHOR. 2021. Fluid Russia: Between the Global and the National in the Post-Soviet Era. Cornell University Press.

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Vera Michlin-Shapir and Vera Michlin-Shapir|AUTHOR. Fluid Russia: Between the Global and the National in the Post-Soviet Era Cornell University Press, 2021.

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Vera Michlin-Shapir, and Vera Michlin-Shapir|AUTHOR. Fluid Russia: Between the Global and the National in the Post-Soviet Era Cornell University Press, 2021.

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