Convergence and Divergence: Russia and Eastern Europe into the Twenty-First Century, edited by Peter J. S. Duncan (2007). Studies in Russia and Eastern Europe no. 2
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Convergence and Divergence:Russia and Eastern Europe into the Twenty-First Century is a collection of papers that came out of the Ninetieth Anniversary Conference of the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) in October 2005. Entitled Towards the SSEES Centenary: Ideas and Issues into the Next Decade, presentations at the conference covered the European Union, health and demography, business, the political heritage and rulership, literature, culture and the arts.
The speeches of Tomáš Masaryk, inaugurating SSEES in 1915, and Edvard Beneš on the tenth anniversary of the School, are republished. Contributors include Robin Aizlewood, Tim Beasley-Murray, Phillip Ross Bullock, Alexander Etkind, Christopher J. Gerry, Václav Klaus, George Kolankiewicz, Tomislav Longinovic, George Schöpflin and Jacob Torfing.