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The essays for this special issue of Canadian-American Slavic Studies grew out of several years of collaboration among the contributors. We published our work in the eight issues of The NEP Era, Soviet History, 1921–1928 , a refereed journal which I edited from 2007 to 2014. We served

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

." Russian History 4, no. 1 (1977): 1-22. "The Stratification of Muscovite Society: The Townsmen." Russian History 6, no. 2 (1979): 119-75. "Muscovite Slavery in Comparative Perspective." Russian History 6, pt 2 (1979): 133-209. Reprinted in Articles on Russian and Soviet History 1500- 1991, ed. by Alexander

In: Russian History
Author: Mark B. Smith

a cultural-history account that adds to our knowledge of the material culture of the period and its representation in various media. In Stories of House and Home , Varga-Harris starts by describing the scope and style of the housing program, defining its place chronologically in Soviet history

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
Author: Abbot Gleason

it has stirred. Furthermore, although there were occasional references to Stalin as "a new tsar" and Russia's "backwardness" (not defined in any serious way) is an important theme, the author regards Soviet history as beginning in February, 1917 and "Russian history" as a nebulous prelude not worth

In: Russian History

locate a "nerve center" o f the system whose secret activities would be the key for the understanding o f an entire epoch o f Soviet history, Rosenfeldt does not see m u c h clearer than Father Barruel, who identified a conspiracy as the cause o f the French Revolution (that p o w e r and politics are

In: Russian History
Author: John P. McKay

As a metaphorical framework for exploring students' role in the vast experiment in social engineering that was early Soviet history, Konecny situates his reader in the evolving world o f "builders" who embraced the visions and promises o f socialist con- struction and "deserters" who were

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: Mark B. Tauger

Soviet history. The Cornell University Press should be encouraged to publish this work in an inexpensive paperback edition. Michael F. H a m m Centre College Sheila Fitzpatrick. Stalin's P e a s a n t s : R e s i s t a n c e a n d Survival in t h e Russian Village After C o l l e c t i v i z a t i o n

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: Mark B. Tauger

fundamental study that brings to- gether a wide array o f sources to shed light on a neglected but crucially important as- pect o f Soviet history. The evidence that it presents and the issues that it raises should keep scholars working for a long time on the public and hidden histories o f collectivi- zation

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

. V. S. Lel'chuk (July 4 and November 12, 1991). Dr. of History. A specialist on Soviet industrialization at the Institute of Russian History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, he was editor of one of the first works by historians on the reinterpretation of Soviet history: Istoriki sporicxt (Moscow

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

legacy of Russian imperial and Soviet history, the liberalization processes under Gorbachev, their decline that began in 1993, and the power consolidation that weakened the state. Using a narrative framework and well-grounded resources, Mendras forcefully and compellingly demonstrates Russia’s often

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review