A New Approach To Understanding War Through Television News: Introducing The TV News Visual Explorer & The Belarusian, Russian & Ukrainian TV News Archive

For more than 20 years, the Internet Archive’s Television News Archive has monitored television news, preserving more than 9.5 million broadcasts totaling more than 6.6 million hours from across the world, with a continuous archive spanning the past decade. Today just a small slider of that archive is accessible to scholars and scholars due to … Read more

Russian literature

The outstanding Ukrainian writer Oksana Zabuzhko has challenged us to “take a long, hard look at our bookshelves” (“No guilty people in the world?”, April 22). She meant the Russian classics, aiming her criticism at novels by Tolstoy and Dostoevsky, as well as short stories by Turgenev, “Mumu” ​​in particular. She has also revisited a … Read more