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About Ksenia Polouektova-Krimer

Ksenia Polouektova-Krimer is a historian and translator. She studied comparative literature, Jewish studies and history in Budapest, Ann Arbor and Jerusalem and was a research fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Yad Vashem.

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Unearthing Russia’s war dead, over and over again

Seventy years after the war, many of Russia’s dead still lie scattered in fields and bogs across the eastern front. The Russian state has no problem instrumentalising their memories to shut down discussion. Русский

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