Posts on Russian Stereotypes translated into Romanian

Old klyukvification ad with a bear

As part of cooperation between ACS-RSS and Russian Universe I’m finally pleased to announce that my first post on Russian stereotypes in the West is now translated into Romanian by the founder of ACS-RSS Alexandru Mîţă:

The first post in Russian stereotypes series is available in Romanian: Stereotipuri despre Rusia. Percepţia Occidentului despre Rusia analizată de un rus (episodul 1). Later it was also published on the Vocea Rusiei website.

The second post: Kliukvificarea: reprezentarea Rusiei şi a ruşilor în cultura populară. Percepţia Rusiei de către Occident analizată de un rus (2).

The third post (part 1): Privirea în oglindă: mediile occidentale despre Rusia.

The third post (part 2): Visurile umede cvasi-coloniale. Efectul Pussy Riot. Deformarea Rusiei prin intermediul televiziunii şi Orientalizarea.

Russian Universe Meets Romanian-Russian Cooperation Association

Russian Universe Meets Romanian-Russian Cooperation Association

I am glad to announce the start of cooperation between the Russian Universe and the Romanian-Russian Cooperation Association (also known as the Association of Strategic, Diplomatic, Economic, Cultural and Educational Cooperation with Russia and Slavic World (ACS-RSS)) founded by Alexandru Mîţă.

Looking forward to the success of our partnership.  Stay tuned for updates!

P.S. Here’s the announcement on the Association’s website (in Romanian): “Russian Universe, în parteneriat cultural cu ACS-RSS“.