2000 - 2 (April)

Articles in this issue

  • Medical Propaganda and Cultural Revolution in Soviet Kazakhstan, 1928-41
    Pages: 159 - 178
  • Languages of Loyalty: Gender, Politics and Party Supervision in Uzbekistan, 1927-41
    Pages: 179 - 200
  • Toward an Empire of Nations: Border-Making and the Formation of Soviet National Identities
    Pages: 201 - 226
  • Imperialism As the Highest Stage of Socialism
    Pages: 227 - 234
  • Ethnography, Judaism and the Art of Nikolai Leskov
    Pages: 235 - 251
  • Obsessive Collectors: Fetishizing Culture in the Novels of Konstantin Vaginov
    Pages: 252 - 268
  • Ghosts and Dolls: Urban Culture and the Supernatural in Liudmila Petrushevskaia's Songs of the Eastern Slavs and The Little Sorceress
    Pages: 269 - 284
  • [Book review, by Charles E. Gribble]
    Linguistic Interrelations in Early Rus': Northmen, Finns and East Slavs (Ninth to Eleventh Centuries)
    Page: 285
  • [Book review, by Richard Gregg]
    Alexandre S. Pouchkine et le Monde Noir: "Moia Afrika, Mon Afrique, My Africa"
    Page: 286
  • [Book review, by Andrew Durkin]
    Understanding Chekhov: A Critical Study of Chekhov's Prose and Drama
    Pages: 286 - 287
  • [Book review, by Edward Garden]
    Tchaikovsky and His Contemporaries: A Centennial Symposium
    Pages: 287 - 288
  • [Book review, by Ronald D. LeBlanc]
    Tolstoy on the Couch: Misognyny, Masochism and the Absent Mother
    Pages: 288 - 289
  • [Book review, by Vicki J. Hendrickson Hodovance]
    The Gothic-Fantastic in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature
    Pages: 289 - 290
  • [Book review, by Catherine Schuler]
    Stanislavsky in Focus
    Pages: 290 - 291
  • [Book review, by Valentine Pohukhina]
    Rereading Russian Poetry
    Pages: 291 - 292
  • [Book review, by Cynthia A. Ruder]
    Russian Modernism: The Transfiguration of the Everyday
    Pages: 293 - 294
  • [Book review, by Jane A. Taubman]
    The Magic Mirror: Moviemaking in Russia, 1908-1918
    Pages: 293 - 294
  • [Book review, by Galin Tihanov]
    Christianity in Bakhtin: God and the Exiled Author
    Pages: 294 - 295
  • [Book review, by Harriet Murav]
    DCritical Essays on Mikhail Bakhtin
    Pages: 295 - 296
  • [Book review, by John Elsworth]
    Mikhail Kuzmin: A Life in Art
    Pages: 296 - 297
  • [Book review, by Rosalinde Sartori]
    Le realisme socialiste sovietique de la periode jdanovienne (1947-1953): Les arts plastiques et leurs institutions
    Pages: 297 - 298
  • [Book review, by Nadieszda Kizenko]
    The Orthodox Church in the History of Russia
    Pages: 298 - 299
  • [Book review, by Marshall Poe]
    By Honor Bound: State and Society in Early Modern Russia
    Pages: 299 - 300
  • [Book review, by Nicholas V. Riasanovsky]
    The Fragile Empire: A History of Imperial Russia
    Pages: 300 - 301
  • [Book review, by Theodore Weeks]
    Adapting to Modernity: Family Caste and Capitalism among the Baltic German Nobility
    Pages: 301 - 302
  • [Book review, by Samuel Kassow]
    Merchant Moscow: Images of Russia's Vanished Bourgeoisie
    Pages: 302 - 303
  • [Book review, by Susan Zayer Rupp]
    The Rise of Constitutional Alternative to Soviet Rule in 1918: Provisional Governments of SIberia and All Russia: Their Quest for Allied Intervention
    Pages: 303 - 304
  • [Book review, by Amir Weiner]
    Freedom and Terror in the Donbas: A Ukrainian-Russian Borderland, 1870s-1990s
    Pages: 304 - 306
  • [Book review, by Chris Ward]
    Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times: Soviet Russia in the 1930s
    Pages: 306 - 307
  • [Book review, by Robert W. Thurston]
    Who Killed Kirov? The Kremlin's Greatest Mistery
    Pages: 307 - 308
  • [Book review, by Anthony Swift]
    Red Arctic: Polar Exploration and the Myth of the North in the Soviet Union, 1932-1939
    Pages: 308 - 309
  • [Book review, by Stephen Blank]
    Grand Delusion: Stalin and the German Invasion of Russia
    Pages: 310 - 311
  • [Book review, by Fred Stambrook]
    Alltag hinter der Front: Besatzung, Kollaboration und Widerstand in Weißrußland, 1941-1944
    Pages: 311 - 312
  • [Book review, by Sarah Davies]
    Russia after the War: Hopes, Illusions and Disappointments, 1945-1957
    Pages: 312 - 313
  • [Book review, by James R. Ozinga]
    State-Building in Russia: The Yeltsin Legacy and the Challenge of the Future
    Pages: 313 - 315
  • [Book review, by Laura Roselle]
    From Glasnost to the Internet: Russia's New Infosphere
    Pages: 315 - 316
  • [Book review, by Yury Polsky]
    Understanding of Russian Foreign Policy
    Pages: 316 - 317
  • [Book review, by Nathaniel Richmond]
    Russia and the World: New State-of-Play on the International Stage
    Pages: 317 - 318
  • [Book review, by Nicholas Kozlov]
    Money Unmade: Barter and the Fate of Russian Capitalism
    Pages: 318 - 319
  • [Book review, by Jonathan Harris]
    Democratization in Russia under Gorbachev, 1985-1991: The Birth of a Voluntary Sector
    Page: 319
  • [Book review, by Grant H. Lundberg]
    Sociocultural Perspectives on Language Diaspora: Soviet Immigrants in the United States
    Pages: 319 - 320
  • [Book review, by Julie V. Brown]
    Pornography and Democratization: Legislating Obscenity in Post-Communist Russia
    Pages: 320 - 321