2003 - 2 (April)

Articles in this issue

  • Ten Years Later: Society, "Civil Society," and the Russian State
    Pages: 193 - 211
  • Civil Society in Russia: Models and Prospects for Development
    Pages: 212 - 222
  • His to Stake, Hers to Lose: Women and the Male Gambling Culture of Nineteenth-Century Russia
    Pages: 223 - 242
  • The Poetics of Science in, and around, Nabokov's The Gift
    Pages: 243 - 261
  • Romantic Friendship n the Nicholaevan University
    Pages: 262 - 280
  • Ideology or People?
    Pages: 294 - 299
  • [Book Review by Adrian Wanner]
    Textile Texte: Poetologische Metaphorik und Literaturtheorie: Studien zur Tradition des Wortflechtens und der Kombinatorik
    Pages: 300 - 301
  • [Book Review by Geir Kjetsaa]
    The Cambridge Companion to Tolstoy
    Pages: 301 - 302
  • [Book Review by Nina Pelikan Strauss]
    The Cambridge Companion to Dostoevskii
    Pages: 302 - 303
  • [Book Review by Judith Armstrong]
    Seire, Death and Imitation: Narrative Perspectives in the Late Tolstoy
    Page: 303
  • [Book Review by Knut Andreas Grimstad]
    The Organic Worldview of Nikolai Leskov
    Page: 304
  • [Book Review by Karen Evans-Romaine]
    Risse in der Zeit: Zur Bedeutung des Augenblicks im Werk von Vladimir Solo'ev und Aleksandr Blok
    Page: 305
  • [Book Review by John E. Malmstad]
    The Russian Avant-Garde Book, 1910-1934
    Pages: 306 - 307
  • [Book Review by Larissa Rudova]
    Human Nature in Utopia: Zamyatin's We
    Pages: 307 - 308
  • [Book Review by David Lowe]
    The Author as Hero: Self and Tradition in Burgakov, Pasternak, and Nabokov
    Pages: 308 - 309
  • [Book Review by David Gillespie]
    Eisenstein at 100: A Reconsideration
    Pages: 309 - 310
  • [Book Review by Sally Dalton-Brown]
    The Art of Compromise: The Life and Work of Leonid Leonov, 1899-1994
    Page: 310
  • [Book Review by Sharon Marie Carnicke]
    The Playwright Aleksandr Vampilov: An Ironic Observer
    Pages: 310 - 311
  • [Book Review by Angela Brintlinger]
    Recontructing the Canon: Russian Writing in the 1980s
    Pages: 311 - 312
  • [Book Review by Simon Franklin]
    Festschrift for Thomas S. Noonan: January 20, 1938-June 15, 2001
    Pages: 312 - 313
  • [Book Review by Sean Martin]
    History of Latvian Jews
    Pages: 313 - 314
  • [Book Review by Gary Marker]
    Le Mirage russe au XVlll Siècle
    Pages: 314 - 315
  • [Book Review by Philip J. Swoboda]
    Konservativizm v Rossii i mire: Proshloe i nastoiashchee: Sbornik Nauchnykh trudov
    Pages: 315 - 316
  • [Book Review by Philip Pomper]
    Socialism in Russia: Lenin and His Legacy, 1890-1991
    Pages: 316 - 317
  • [Book Review by Ann Hibner Koblitz]
    White Crow: The Life and Times of the Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich Romaniv, 1859-1919
    Pages: 317 - 318
  • [Book Review by Matthew R. Schwonek]
    The White Russian Army in Exile, 1920-1941
    Pages: 318 - 319
  • [Book Review by Anthony Anemone]
    Cinema and Soviet Society: From the Revolution to the Death of Stalin
    Page: 319
  • [Book Review by Hiroaki Kuromiya]
    Soviet Workers and Late Stalinism: Labour and the Restoration of the Stalinist System after World War ll
    Pages: 319 - 320
  • [Book Review by Chris Burton]
    The Cure: A Story of Cancer and Politics from the Anals of the Cold War
    Pages: 320 - 321
  • [Book Review by Mark Harrison]
    From Newspeak to Cyberspeak: A History of Soviet Cybernetics
    Pages: 321 - 322
  • [Book Review by Nanci Adler]
    A Century of Violence in Soviet Russia
    Page: 323
  • [Book Review by Ray Taras]
    U.S. Intelligence and the Confrontation in Poland, 1980-1981
    Pages: 323 - 324
  • [Book Review by Brian D. Taylor]
    Close Protection: The Politics of Guarding Russia's Rulers
    Page: 325
  • [Book Review by David S. Foglesong]
    Hang Separately: Cooperative Security between the United States and Russia, 1985-1994
    Page: 326
  • [Book Review by Barbara Ann Chotiner]
    The Legacy of State Socialism and the Future of Transformation
    Pages: 326 - 327
  • [Book Review by Laura Roselle]
    The Global and the National: Media and Communications in Post-Communist Russia
    Pages: 327 - 328
  • [Book Review by Ronald J. Hill]
    Russia: A State of Uncertainty
    Pages: 328 - 329
  • [Book Review by Michael V. Alexeev]
    Lending Credibility: The Internatoinal Monetary Fund and the Post-Communist Transition
    Pages: 329 - 330