2011 - 2 (April)

Articles in this issue

  • Page: ii
  • Marketing Strategies: Vadim Andreev in Dialogue with the Soviet Union
    Pages: 185 - 197
  • Interpreting Voids: Vladimir Nabokov's Last Incomplete Novel, The Original of Laura
    Pages: 198 - 214
  • The Value of the Liberated Word: The Russian Satirical Press of 1905 and the Theory of Cultural Production
    Pages: 215 - 233
  • The Politics and Ceremonial of loassaf Skripitsyn's Installation as Metropolitan on February 9, 1539
    Pages: 234 - 251
  • Pursuing Independence: Kramskoi and the Peredvizhniki vs. the Academy of Arts
    Pages: 252 - 271
  • Chekhov and the Divided Self
    Pages: 272 - 287
  • Freemasonry in Evgenii Zamiatin's We
    Pages: 288 - 299
  • Apologist of Putinism? Solzhenitsyn, the Oligarchs and the Specter of Orange Revolution
    Pages: 300 - 318
  • [Review essay by Maureen Perrie]
    Russian History between East and West: Perspectives from Hungary
    Pages: 319 - 321
  • [Book review by Catriona Kelly]
    Unattainable Bride Russia: Gendering Nation, State and Intelligentsia in Russsian Intellectual Culture
    Pages: 322 - 323
  • [Book review by Sarah J. Young]
    Dostoevsky's Dialectics and the Problem of Sin
    Pages: 323 - 324
  • [Book review by Jeff Love]
    The Diaries of Sofia Tolstoy
    Pages: 324 - 325
  • [Book review by Maria Carlson]
    Pavel Florensky: A Quiet Genius. The Tragic and Extraordinary Life of Russia's Unknown da Vinci
    Pages: 325 - 326
  • [Book review by Christopher J. Barnes]
    Boris Pasternak: family Correspondence, 1921-1960
    Pages: 326 - 327
  • [Book review by Joanna Niżyńska]
    Czeslaw Milosz and Joseph Brodsky: Fellowship of Poets
    Pages: 327 - 328
  • [Book review by Olga Voronina]
    Politics during the Cold War
    Pages: 329 - 331
  • [Book review by Gary Fox]
    The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century
    Pages: 330 - 331
  • [Book review of Harlow Robinson]
    The Musical Comedy Films of Grigorii Aleksandrow: Laughing Matters
    Pages: 331 - 332
  • [Book review by Georg Michels]
    Altrussisches Kulturlexikon
    Pages: 332 - 233
  • [Book review by Donald Ostrowski]
    Kasimovskoe khanstvo (1145-1552 gg.): Ocherki istorii
    Pages: 333 - 334
  • [Book review by Stephen J. Pyne]
    Fireworks: Pyrotechnic Arts & Sciences in European History
    Pages: 334 - 335
  • [Book review by Chester Dunning]
    Samozvatsy i samozvancestvo v Moskovii: Materialy mezhdunarodnogo nauchnogo seminara (25 maia 2009 g.)
    Pages: 335 - 336
  • [Book review by David Moon]
    Ot tsarskikh sadov do sovetskikh polei: istoriia sel'skohkoziaistvennykh opytnykh uchrezhdenii XVIII-20-e gody XX v.
    Pages: 336 - 337
  • [Book review by Georgi Derluguian]
    Let Our Fame Be Great: Journeys Among the Defiant People of the Caucasus
    Pages: 337 - 338
  • [Book review by Frank E. Sysyn]
    The Western Front of the Eastern Church: Uniate and Orthodox Conflict in 18th-Century Poland, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia
    Pages: 338 - 340
  • [Book review by Malte Rolf]
    Empires und Nationalstaaten im 19. Jahrhundert
    Pages: 340 - 341
  • [Book review by Jane Burbank]
    Voluntary Associations in Tsarist Russia: Sience Patriotism and Civil Society
    Pages: 341 - 342
  • [Book review by Antony Polonsky]
    Jewish Bialstok and Its Diaspora
    Pages: 342 - 343
  • [Book review by Eugene M. Avrutin]
    Empire Jews: Jewish Natonalism and Acculturation in 19th- and 20th-Century Russia
    Page: 344
  • [Book review by David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye]
    Russian Rule in Samarkand 1868-1910: A Comparison with British India
    Pages: 344 - 345
  • [Book review by Gudrun Persson]
    All the Tsar's Men: Russia's General Staff and the Fate of the Empire, 1898-1914
    Pages: 345 - 346
  • [Book review by Barbara Evans Newman]
    Equality and Revolution: Women's Rights in the Russian Empire, 1905-1917
    Pages: 346 - 347
  • [Book review by Anatol Shmelev]
    Russian Émigrés in the Intellectual and Literary Life of Interwar France: A Bibliographical Essay
    Pages: 347 - 348
  • [Book review by Marie-Pierre Rey]
    Histoire de l'URSS
    Pages: 348 - 349
  • [Book review by Daniel Gaido]
    In Defense of Leon Trotsky
    Pages: 349 - 350
  • [Book review by Matthew R. Schwonek]
    Katyń: Stalin's Massacre and the Triumph of Truth
    Pages: 350 - 351
  • [Book review by Jonathan M. House]
    Dealing with the Devil: Anglo-Soviet Intelligence Cooperation during the Second World War
    Pages: 351 - 352
  • [Book review by Don Wright]
    Armageddon in Stalingrad: September-November 1942
    Pages: 352 - 353
  • [Book review by Mark Harrison]
    Property of Communists: the Urban Housing Program from Stalin to Khrushchev
    Pages: 353 - 354
  • [Book review by Dan Healey]
    The Victims Return: Survivors of the Gulag after Stalin
    Pages: 354 - 355
  • [Book review by Marianna Tax Choldin]
    Cold War Broadcasting: Impact on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    Pages: 355 - 356
  • [Book review by Jean-Francois Juneau]
    Masterpieces of History: The Peaceful End of the Cold War in Europe, 1989
    Pages: 356 - 357
  • [Book review by Jay Bergman]
    Lenin's Laureate: Zhores Alferov's Life in Communist Science
    Pages: 357 - 357
  • [Book review by Allen C. Lynch]
    Post-Imperial Democracies: Ideology and Party Formation in Third Republic France, Weimar Germany, and Post-Soviet Russia
    Pages: 357 - 359
  • [Book review by Anthony D'Agostino]
    Perestroika: Process and Consequences
    Pages: 359 - 359
  • [Book review by Russel Bova]
    Historical Dictionary of the Russian federation
    Pages: 359 - 360
  • [Book review by Russell Zanca]
    Food and Everyday Life in the Post-Socialist World
    Pages: 360 - 362
  • [Book review by James Goldgeier]
    Lonely Power: Why Russia Has Failed to Become the West and the West is Weary of Russia
    Pages: 362 - 363
  • [Book review by Richard Sakwa]
    Cultures of Power in Post-Communist Russia: An Analysus of Elite Political Discourse
    Pages: 363 - 364