EUXEINOS - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region Nr. 25-26 - 12/2018: Pop and Politics in Late Soviet Society. Ed. by Peter Collmer and Carmen Scheide. "Beetls". Drawing from the notebook of Oleg Grin, a 13-year old boy from Vatutino (Cherasky Region, Soviet Ukraine), written in May 1972. The inscription on the drums probably refers to the Polish skiffle band No To Co. Private collection Sergei I. Zhuk. Editorial by Carmen Scheide (PDF) Fighting Western Fasion in the Soviet Union: The Komsomol, Westernized Youth, and the Cultural Cold War in the Mid 1950s by Gleb Tsipursky (PDF) Living vnye: The example of Bulat Okudzhava's and Vladimir Vysotskii's avtorskaia pesnia by Danijela Lugarić Vukas (PDF) Soviet Port Cities and Consumerism in the 1070s and '80s by Irina Mukhina (PDF) Limits of Westernization during Cultural Détente in Provincial Society of Soviet Ukraine: A View from Below by Sergei I. Zhuk (PDF) Watching Television and Emotional Commitment in the Late Soviet Union by Kirsten Bönker (PDF) Soviet Television and Popular Mass Culture in the 1960s by Kristian Feigelson (PDF) Seventeen Moments of Spring, a Soviet James Bond Series? Official Discourse, Folklore, and Cold War Culture in Late Socialism by Isabelle de Keghel (PDF) Soviet West: Estonian estrada in the Soviet Union by Aimar Ventsel (PDF) Between E and U: Alfred Schnittke, Popular Culture and Serious Music in Late Soviet Socialism (1968-1982) by Boris Belge (PDF) Ways of Life at a Crossroads. Aksënöv's Ostrov Krym (Island of Crimea) by Tatjana Hofmann (PDF) Pop and Politics in Late Soviet Society. Final remarks by Peter Collmer (PDF) Full text of the issue as PDF How to reference this issue: Scheide, Carmen, ed. "Pop and Politics in Late Soviet Society." Euxeinos - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region, Vol. 8, No. 25-26 (2018).