The Russian Review
Experts agree that for the last half-dozen years The Russian Review has reigned as a premier journal in Slavic Studies. Its prescient receptivity to cultural studies, its admirable emphasis on intellectual and scholarly quality over 'partiinost' and its unusually rigorous adherence to publication schedules have made The Russian Review a model of academic scholarship and professionalism. The Russian Review appears punctually, rarely contains typographical errors and stylistic solecisms, teems with stimulating, original insights, and invariably explores new ground. It is one of the only professional journals worth reading from cover to cover, and its achievements are all the more impressive in light of its independence from dues-paying organizations - Helena Goscilo, University of Pittsburgh.