Selected Publications by OSA Staff (2022)

Felcher, Anastasia. “Alexander Pushkin as Foreign Heritage: Transformation and Cultural Disintegration in post-Soviet Societies.” CAS Sofia Working Paper Series, no. 12, 1–24.

Felcher, Anastasia. “New Sites of Worship: Sovietization and Literary Museums in Western Borderlands, 1940-79.” In Transforming Author Museums, edited by Johan Schimanski, Ulrike Spring, and Thea Aarbakke, 199–228. Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books.

Friedewald, Michael, Ivan Szekely, Murat Karaboga, Greta Runge, Frank Ebbers. Access to Archives: Implementation Report on Recommendation No. R(2000)13 on a European Policy on Access to Archives. Study for the Council of Europe, draft version, Karlsruhe: Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research.

Macrea-Toma, Ioana. “More than ‘Soul Catchers’: Understanding Eastern Europe through Audience and Opinion Surveys at Radio Free Europe during the Cold War.” Paper submitted to and accepted by the Journal of Cold War Studies (forthcoming in 2023)

Parnica, Robert. “Digital Curated Collections, Invisible Users and Archival Disintermediation.” ATLANTI International Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice 31, no. 1 (2021): 139–154,

Parnica, Robert. “Can Archives Feel? The Ethics of Storytelling in Archives: Some Ethical Considerations Concerning Description of the Emotional Archival Sources.” ATLANTI International Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice, forthcoming.

Rév, István. “Maya Nadkarni, Remains of Socialism: Memory and the Futures of the Past in Postsocialist Hungary.” Austrian History Yearbook 53, (May 2022): 274–275,

Sarkisova, Oksana, and Olga Shevchenko. “Travel, Space, and Belonging in Soviet Domestic Photo Collections of the Cold War Era.” In Cold War Camera, edited by Thy Phu, Erina Duganne, and Andrea Noble, 297–325. Duke University Press.

Sarkisova, Oksana, and Olga Shevchenko. “Seeing in Focus: Snapshots of the Visual Turn.” Russian Review 81, no. 4 (2022): 617–620.

Sarkisova, Oksana. “À travers l’URSS avec une caméra : la construction de l’espace dans les premiers travelogues soviétiques.” In Ciné-expéditions: une zone de contact cinématographique, edited by Caroline Damiens, 73–93. Paris: AFRHC, 2022.

Sarkisova, Oksana. “Interview with Roman Bondarchuk,” KinoKultura, no. 75 (2022).

Sarkisova, Oksana. “Interview with Kateryna Gornostai,” KinoKultura no. 75 (2022).

Sarkisova, Oksana, and Olga Shevchenko.
In Visible Presence: Soviet Afterlives in Family Photos, MIT Press, forthcoming.

Szilágyi, Csaba, and Perica Jovchevski. "Critical Re-Archiving for Social Justice and Inclusive Memories of the Yugoslav Wars." In Memories of conflict and peace in Southeastern Europe, edited by Naum Trajanovski. Skopje: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, forthcoming.

Tóka, Gábor. "A 2022-es országgyűlési választások: adatok és meglepetések (The 2022 Parliamentary Elections: Data and Surprises)." in Társadalmi Riport 2022 (Social Report 2022), edited by Tamás Kolosi, Iván Szelényi, and István György Tóth. Budapest: TÁRKI, pp. 371-388.

Ungár, Nóra. “Etikai és módszertani kérdések a jelnyelvi tolmácsolás kutatásához (Research Ethics and Methodology in the Research of Sign Language Interpreting).” Fordítástudomány (Translation Studies) 24, no. 1 (2022), pp. 32-41.