Historians of the Russian revolution have paid little attention to the part played by the Mensheviks in the democracy that governed Russia from February 1917 to Lenin's coup d'etat in October. The only previous monograph on the Mensheviks in 1917 is a polemic published in Moscow which actually focuses on Lenin, and there is no description of the Menshevik party...
Yale Russian and East European Publications
Polish Concepts of Native Culture
Polish National Character, the Sanacja Camp, and the National Democracy
"What are we like?" National Character and the Aesthetics of Distinction in Interwar Czechoslovakia
The "Hungarian Soul" and the "Historic Layers of National Heritage": Conceptualizations of Hungarian...
Books, Bibliographies, and Pugs offers a selection of new research in Library and Information Science, with special emphasis on the Russian and East European area, but also extending as far as Turkey and the Pacific Rim. The volume is presented with warm affection by its contributors to honor Murlin Croucher upon the occasion of his retirement. Murlin Croucher began his...
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Mrożek's Plays and the Everyday Absurd in Cold War Poland: The Satirical Short Plays and Tango 15
Discovering America in Contemporary Polish Drama 41
The Polish Actress Unbound: Tales of Modrzejewska/Modjeska 57
From (Re)creating Mythology to (Re)claiming Female Voices: Amelia Hertz and Anna...
New Labor History marks a first return to labor and workers' history in the Russian field after a decade when most historians turned to other issues. In this collection, established scholars join with younger researchers to bring new materials, innovative methods, and fresh interpretations to bear on the study of the workers' role in late tsarist and revolutionary history (1840-1918)....