2006 - 1 (January)

Articles in this issue

  • Nerves, Brain or Heart? The Physiology of Emotions and the Mind-Body Problem in Russian Sentimentalism
    Pages: 1 - 14
  • "Art is a Reconciliation with Life": Gogolian Paradox and Aesthetic Credo
    Pages: 15 - 34
  • Settling Accounts with Russia's Silver Age: Nabokov Writes Akhmatova
    Pages: 35 - 52
  • The Poet of Terror: Dem'ian Bednyi and Stalinist Culture
    Pages: 53 - 72
  • Struggle over the Soviet Future: Science Education versus Vocationalism during the 1920s
    Pages: 72 - 97
  • Language and Education in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan: Kazakh-Medium Instruction in Urban Schools
    Pages: 98 - 116
  • The Katyn Syndrome
    Pages: 117 - 121
  • [Book Review by Milton Ehre]
    Gogol 2002: Gogol Special Issues in two Volumes. Vol.1, Gogol and Others. Vol 2, Aspects of Gogol
    Pages: 122 - 123
  • [Book Review by Deborah A. Martinsen]
    Dostoevsky's The Idiot and the Ethical Foundations of Narrative: Reading, Narrating, Scripting
    Pages: 123 - 124
  • [Book Review by Catherine Ciepiela]
    Reinventing Romantic Poetry: Russian Women Poets of the Mid-Nineteenth Century
    Pages: 124 - 125
  • [Book Review by Karen Evans-Romaine]
    Blok i nemetskaia kul'tura: Novalis, Geine, Nitsshe, Vagner (A. Blok und die deutsche Kultur: Novalis, Heine, Nietzsche, Wagner)
    Page: 126
  • [Book Review by Elizabeth Kridl Valkenier]
    The Artist as Producer: Russian Constructivism in Revolution
    Page: 127
  • [Book Review by Neil Cornwell]
    Creating Creation: Readings of Pasternak's Dokter Zivago
    Pages: 127 - 128
  • [Book Review by Josephine Woll]
    Ivan the Terrible
    Pages: 128 - 129
  • [Book Review by Andrea Hacker]
    Genrikh Sapgir: Klassik avangarda
    Page: 130
  • [Book Review by John Kopper]
    Izbranne stat'i o russkoi poezii: Invarianty, struktury, strategii, interteksty
    Pages: 130 - 131
  • [Book Review by Lynne Viola]
    Tear off the Masks! Identity and Imposture in Twentieth-Century Russia
    Page: 132
  • [Book Review by Roy R. Robson]
    Old Believers, Religious Dissent and Gender in Russia 1760-1850
    Pages: 133 - 135
  • [Book Review by Roy R. Robson]
    Russia's Lost Reformation: Peasants, Millenialism, and Radical Sects in Southern Russia and Ukraine, 1830-1917
    Pages: 133 - 135
  • [Book Review by Matthew P. Romaniello]
    Russia's Foreign Trade and Economic Expansion in the Seventeenth Century: Windows on the World
    Pages: 135 - 136
  • [Book Review by T. Allan Smith]
    A.S. Khomiakov: Poet, Philospher, Theologian
    Pages: 136 - 137
  • [Book Review by Elvira M. WIlbur]
    Russian Peasants Go to Court: Legal Culture in the Countryside, 1905-1917
    Pages: 137 - 138
  • [Book Review by Vladimir Brovkin]
    Vnutrennii vrag: Bor'ba s meshchanstvom kak moral'naia missiia russkoi intellegentsii
    Pages: 139 - 140
  • [Book Review by Cathy A. Frierson]
    Dilemmas of Russian Capitalism: Fedor Chizhov and Corporate Enterprise in the Railroad Age
    Pages: 140 - 141
  • [Book Review by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal]
    Maximilian Voloshin and the Russian Literary Circle: Culture and Survival in Revolutionary Times
    Page: 142
  • [Book Review by Kiril Tomoff]
    Music for the Revolution: Musicians and Power in Early Soviet Russia
    Pages: 143 - 144
  • [Book Review by Amy E. Randall]
    A Social History of Soviet Trade: Trade Policy, Retail Practices, and Consumption, 1917-1953
    Pages: 144 - 146
  • [Book Review by William J. Chase]
    A Biography of No Place: From Ethnic Borderlands to Soviet Heartland
    Pages: 146 - 147
  • [Book Review by Yanni Kotsonis]
    Homelands: War, Population and Statehood in Eastern Europe and Russia, 1918-1924
    Pages: 147 - 148
  • [Book Review by Anders Henriksson]
    The Hidden and Forbidden History of Latvia under Soviet and Nazi Occupations, 1940-1991: Selected Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia
    Pages: 148 - 149
  • [Book Review by Michael Parrish]
    Life and Death in Besieged Leningrad, 1941-44
    Pages: 149 - 150
  • [Book Review by John W. Steinberg]
    Stalin, the Russians, and Their War: 1941-1945
    Pages: 150 - 151
  • [Book Review by E.A. Rees]
    Stalin: A Biography
    Pages: 151 - 152
  • [Book Review by Jan Plamper]
    Closer to the Masses: Stalinist Culture, Social Revolution, and Soviet Newspapers
    Pages: 152 - 153
  • [Book Review by Andreas Renner]
    Russischer Alltag: Eine Geschichte in neuen Zeitbildern vom Frühmittelalter bis zur Gegenwart
    Pages: 153 - 154
  • [Book Review by Oleg Budnitskii]
    Doubly Chosen: Jewish Identity, the Soviet Intelligentsia, and the Russian Orthodox Church
    Pages: 154 - 155
  • [Book Review by Ray Finch]
    Spy Handler: Memoir of a KGB Officer: The True Story of the Man Who Recruited Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames
    Pages: 155 - 156
  • [Book Review by Keith Neilson]
    Russia: War, Peace and Diplomacy. Essays in Honour of John Erickson
    Pages: 156 - 157
  • [Book Review by Conor O'Dwyer]
    After the Collapse of Communism: Comparative Lessons of Transition
    Pages: 157 - 158
  • [Book Review by Neil Robinson]
    How Russia Is Not Ruled: Reflections on Russian Political Development
    Pages: 158 - 159
  • [Book Review by Jeffrey W. Hahn]
    Crafting Democracy: How Novgorod Has Coped with Rapid Social Change
    Pages: 159 - 160
  • [Book Review by Pavel Podvig]
    Preventing Nuclear Meltdown: Managing Decentralization of Russia's Nuclear Complex
    Pages: 160 - 161
  • [Book Review by John Charles Webb]
    Big Oil Playground, Russian Bear Preserve of European Periphery? The Russian Barents Sea Region towards 2015
    Pages: 161 - 162
  • [Book Review by Don K. Rowney]
    Russian Path Dependence
    Pages: 162 - 163
  • [Book Review by William H. Pyle]
    The Economics of Russian Transition
    Pages: 163 - 165
  • Letter to the Editor
    Page: 166
  • Publications Received
    Pages: 167 - 170
  • Publications Received
    Pages: 167 - 170