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$27.95
978-089357-388-1
vi + 219
2011
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This volume exploits the analytical category of "space" to unify the various disciplinary approaches and thematic concentrations applied here to the dynamics of historical memory within and between the Germans and Poles. This category has proven tremendously useful in memory studies, yet it has thus far been considered almost exclusively in its intuitive, geographical and physical dimensions. The editors reject...

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0-89357-106-7
182
1987
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This book teaches the user to read contemporary standard (literary) Bulgarian. Unlike other textbooks which teach a Slavic language in a more or less traditional manner, with references to Russian for those who know it, this book presupposes a good knowledge of Russian and bases its teaching methodology upon the constant comparison of Bulgarian and Russian. Features of Bulgarian which...

$22.95
978-0-89357-416-1
xvi + 154
2013
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The second revised edition of this innovative book teaches the user to read Bulgarian by taking advantage of the similarities between Bulgarian and Russian. Fifty-one sections explaining the structure of the Bulgarian language are reinforced by thirty-six reading selections, fourteen of them new. The book can be used with a teacher or for self instruction. Persons without a knowledge of...

Jules F. Levin and Peter D. Haikalis, with A. A. Forostenko

$29.95
0-89357-059-1
vi + 321
1979
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An innovative and sophisticated textbook for teaching beginning students to read Russian in the shortest possible time. The emphasis is upon expository prose. All of the time normally devoted to learning to write, speak, and understand spoken Russian is saved, which means that students can learn to read normal Russian books and newspapers with the aid of a dictionary after...

Michael Heim, Zlata Meyerstein and Dean Worth

$19.95
0-89357-154-7
147
1985
Paperback

Readings in Czech is for students who have mastered the rudiments of Czech grammar. It introduces them to a body of Czech texts widely divergent in style and subject matter. Each selection is prefaced by a brief description of its source and context. A small number of the non-literary readings identified in the preface have undergone minor editing (mostly by...

$27.50
0-936586-05-2
xii + 312
1984
Cloth

Yale Russian and East European Publications When Poland lost its statehood at the beginning of the nineteenth century, there were two responses to the dilemma of how the nation was to survive: armed insurrection and "organic work," the proponents of which opposed revolution in favor of expanded economic growth and social evolution. This book focuses on the "organic work" approach...

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141
2016

Recent Advances in the Reconstruction of Common Slavic (1971–1982) continues the work of the original Common Slavic: Progress and Problems in its Reconstruction in annotating the literature on comparative/historical Slavic linguistics. Although the literature goes back over 40 years, much of it is still au courant, and the commentaries are incisive and helpful even to the 21st-­‐‑century reader. No further...

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0-89357-116-4
vi + 141
1985
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This is a sequel to H. Birnbaum's Common Slavic: Progress and Problems in Its Reconstruction, published in 1975 (and long out of print). The present volume covers relevant scholarship worldwide for the period 1971-1982. The authors discuss and assess recent achievements in the recovery of the preliterate parent language of the Slavs as a whole (and as part of a...

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978-0-89357-343-0
146
2008
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Ján Kollár, famed poet, romantic nationalist, and Lutheran pastor for the Slovak community in Budapest, took the Slavic world by storm in the early nineteenth century with his idea of Slavic Reciprocity. Kollár conceived of Russians, Poles, Czechs, and South Slavs as tribes of one great Slavic nation, destined for a glorious future if they would but unite. Kollár's ideals...

Anna Timofeyeva-Yegorova

$29.95
978-0-89357-355-3
213
2009
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Born in a tiny village amidst revolution and civil war, Anna Yegorova came of age during the grimmest years of Soviet power. An optimistic and resolute young patriot, she saw hope and vision in the nascent superpower's ideology. She volunteered to help build Moscow. And she took to the skies and learned to fly. But when Germany's 1941 invasion shook...

$32.95
978-0-89357-420-8
xii + 272
2015
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World War I’s Eastern Front was located in the midst of the Russian Pale of Settlement, where up to a third of the urban population was Jewish. The war resulted in thousands of civilian deaths and severe damage to the entire region’s economy. Urban populations suffered the worst from artillery shell-ing, requisitions, and outright robbery. In addition, each retreating army...

Edited by: Nikolaos Chrissidis, Cathy Potter David Schimmelpenninck Van Der Oye and Jennifer Spock

$27.95
978-089357-379-9
276
2011
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Paul Bushkovitch's scholarship on the political, religious, and cultural history of Russia has enriched the field for over 35 years. This volume celebrates Bushkovitch's contributions by bringing together a series of essays by his students. Focusing on the themes of religion and identity, they investigate an array of topics that reflects Bushkovitch’s own scholarly range, among them Russian Orthodoxy's energetic...

Michael David-Fox, Peter Holquist, and Alexander Martin (eds.)

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978-0-89357-306-5
238
2003
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Articles originally published in the journal Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History. A portion of the editors' introduction states:

"Just as resistance as a historical phenomenon can appear in a wide variety of historical circumstances, resistance as a methodological tool can appear in very different kinds of historiographical approaches. The essays in this volume provide ample illustration of these...

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0-89357-263-2
202
1996
Cloth

In the novel Envy Jurij Olesha addressed one of the most critical issues of his time -- the impact of the October Revolution on Soviet intellectuals. This issue is part of the larger cultural and literary paradigm which surfaced in the nineteenth century, namely, the isolation of intellectuals from both the autocracy and the lower classes. Since open condemnation of...

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0-89357-196-2
230
1989
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This book is both a continuation of Slavica's tradition of publishing scholarly books on literature and a departure from our usual type of book. Richard Burgin, a Russian Jew, was born in Warsaw in 1893 and educated at the Petersburg Conservatory of Music. From child prodigy to concertmaster and associate conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, his story intertwines Russian...

Tatiana Spektor and Byron Lindsey

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978-0-89357-344-7
206
2007
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Vladimir Makanin impels the Russian tradition at once in two established directions: back to its sympathy for the "little people" in al their social exigencies and forward into a new life fraught with doubt, bad memories (and bad teeth), and yet the need for self assertion and new forms of expression. In terms of fiction, his works, whatever the precise...

Written by Robert A. DeLossa, R. Robert Koropeckyj, Robert Romanchuk, and Alexandra Isaivych Mason

$59.95
0-89357-319-1
xvi + 521
2005
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Ukrainian language study changed dramatically when Ukraine became an independent state in 1991. Rozmovljajmo! (Let's Talk!) is the first textbook to fully embrace the new realities of the Ukrainian landscape and to incorporate the latest advances of the communication-focused classroom. Mainly geared toward college-level work, Rozmovljajmo! can also be used for advanced high-school learners. At the core of the book...

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978-089357-359-1
513
2008
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This volume is respectfully and affectionately presented to Robert O. Crummey on the occasion of the fortieth anniversary of the publication of his famous compilation Rude & Barbarous Kingdom: Russia in the accounts of Sixteenth-Century English Voyagers (1968). It contains cutting-edge explorations by leading international scholars of the themes that he himself has done so much to elucidate over a...

Nikolai Iakovevich Danilevskii, translated and annotated by Stephen M. Woodburn

$34.95
978-0-89357-400-0
xliii + 464
2013
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Out of print in Russia for almost a century, since 1991 Russia and Europe has appeared in at least eight new editions totaling more than 100,000 copies. As Russians have re-­‐‑evaluated their place in the world in the post-­‐‑Soviet era, this book has become part of that conversation. “Nikolai Danilevskii’s Russia and Europe is without question one of the most...

Edward Alsworth Ross, edited by Rex A. Wade

$24.95
978-0-89357-470-3
xx + 160 pp.
2017
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Edward Alsworth Ross, one of the founders of the academic field of sociology, spent July–December 1917 traveling across the Russian Empire and talking to the people there. As he states in his brief introduction, “I have taken it as my business to describe impartially the major social changes going on in Russia … in the latter half of 1917, and...

Edited by Eloise M. Boyle and Genevra Gerhart

$49.95
0-89357-287-X
726 + CD-ROM
2002
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The Russian Context defines Russian culture by describing the limits of the common (high) culture as it is referred to in everyday language. By high culture we mean literature, art, science, history, and we also include proverbs, government, and geography. This is not, however, the history of historians, the science of scientists, or the art of art critics. It is...

Alexander Lipson in cooperation with Steven J. Molinsky

$24.95
978-0-89357-080-4
1981
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Part 1 covers chapters 1 to 6, or about one semester of college work: Part 2 covers the second semester, and Part 3 is for use in the second year. After Part 3 the student can read ungraded texts with the use of a dictionary.

A number of schools experienced dramatic increases in enrollment after adopting this book. Lipson's book...

Alexander Lipson in cooperation with Steven J. Molinsky

$24.95
978-0-89357-081-1
343
1981
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Part 1 covers chapters 1 to 6, or about one semester of college work: Part 2 covers the second semester, and Part 3 is for use in the second year. After Part 3 the student can read ungraded texts with the use of a dictionary.

A number of schools experienced dramatic increases in enrollment after adopting this book. Lipson's book...

Alexander Lipson

$19.95
978-0-89357-082-8
105
1981
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Part 1 covers chapters 1 to 6, or about one semester of college work: Part 2 covers the second semester, and Part 3 is for use in the second year. After Part 3 the student can read ungraded texts with the use of a dictionary.

A number of schools experienced dramatic increases in enrollment after adopting this book. Lipson's book...

Murray Frame, Boris Kolonitskii, Steven G. Marks, and Melissa K. Stockdale, eds.
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978-0-89357-423-9
426
2014
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This book is one of a two-part collection of original essays on the cultural history of Russia from the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 to the establishment of the Soviet Union in 1922. The chapters in both parts of Russian Culture in War and Revolution represent the work of an...

Murray Frame, Boris Kolonitskii, Steven G. Marks, and Melissa K. Stockdale, eds.
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978-0-89357-424-6
370
2014
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This book is one of a two-part collection of original essays on the cultural history of Russia from the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 to the establishment of the Soviet Union in 1922. The chapters in both parts of Russian Culture in War and Revolution represent the work of an...

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0-89357-048-6
x + 159
1978
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An important and widely-used text on the structure of Russian, of use to teachers, graduate students, and advanced undergraduate language students. Contents: I. Structural Transcription; II. Noun Stress; III. Noun Declension; IV. Adjective Declension; V. Pronominal Adjective Declension; VI. Conjugation; VII. Verbal Adjectives and Verbal Adverbs; VIII. Imperfective Derivation; IX. Irregularities; index; list of exercises. "Levin presents his subject well,...

Cynthia L. Martin, Joanna Robin, and Donald K. Jarvis

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0-89357-218-7
x + 136 + CD-ROM
1991
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Develop listening comprehension and oral proficiency with this unique course, using authentic audio and text materials from contemporary Soviet TV, radio, and press. Suitable for conversation courses, individualized study, and as a supplementary text in general language courses from high intermediate (1+) to superior (3) levels. This is excellent preparation for Educational Testing Service's Advanced Russian Listening Proficiency Test. In...

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0-89357-121-0
413
1982
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A uniquely conceived four-semester language training sequence designed especially for undergraduates not majoring in Russian. Because reading is the single most practical and permanently useful of all language skills, the primary focus of this course is on the development of reading competency and fluency in any discipline or field of interest. The emphasis on interiorization of the language structure and...

Patricia M. Arant

$27.95
0-89357-086-9
214
1981
Paperback

A concise, economical way of learning to read Russian, without wasting time on extraneous matters. Careful attention to grammar. "Arant has provided a clear, concise description of the essentials of Russian grammar. ...this valuable and practical guide to developing reading skills in Russian." (MLJ)

Olga Kagan, Tatiana Akishina, and Richard Robin

$44.95
0-89357-301-9
2002
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The rapid growth in the number of Russian heritage students in our high schools and colleges represents an underserved and underutilized national language resource. By "heritage speaker" we mean those who grew up with Russian in North America without a native Russian's full educational or cultural background. Because of their different proficiency profiles, heritage speakers have special learning needs which...

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$15.95
0-89357-162-8
110
1986
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The Russian Gothic Novel surveys the long-overlooked subject of the Gothic novel in Russia. It focuses upon a variety of Russian writers, ranging from Karamzin and Bestuzhev-Marlinsky to Dostoevsky, Turgenev and Tolstoy, who were influenced by British Gothicists like Ann Radcliffe. The excitement and dynamism of the Gothic has long been ignored, as has the infusion of spirit into Russian...

$32.95
0-89357-314-0
xvi + 270
2004
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Too often the Russian Idea has been discussed in terms of political backlash to democratic reforms of the early 1990s. In Russia itself this Idea stimulated vigorous discussion of issues narrowly connected with rediscovering Russian identity in the post-perestroika transition. Articles translated for the present collection fall into two major groups, those addressing specific aspects of the Russian Idea: linguistic,...

$34.95
0-89357-181-4
448
1988
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The accomplishments in Russian belles-lettres of the authors who lived and worked in the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Finland) between the World Wars have yet to find their deserved audience of appreciative readers and scholars either in the East or the West. This volume is a start at filling the gap in the exposition and analysis of Russian...

$29.95
978-0-89357-384-3
x + 361
2011
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The principal idea behind this book is that lexis and grammar make up a single coherent structure. It is shown that the grammatical patterns of the different classes of Russian nominals are closely interconnected. They can be described as reflecting a limited set of semantic distinctions which are also rooted in the lexical-semantic classification of Russian nouns. The presentation focuses...

Princess Julia Cantacuzène Countess Spéransky née Grant

Edited by Norman E. Saul

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978-0-89357-460-4
xxii + 170
2017
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Born in the White House in 1876, Julia Grant, granddaughter of President Ulysses S. Grant, had a life of adventure that included her marriage into the Cantacuzène family in 1900, and a move to Russia.  Her book gives the reader a firsthand account of Russia during World War I and recounts her travels across the empire, where she saw the...

$39.95
0-89357-101-6
544
1983
Cloth

UCLA Slavic Studies no. 4 Proceedings of the International Colloquium At UCLA, September 22-26, 1975

 

Contents

 

Foreword     9

James Bailey

 The Earliest Examples of Russian Folk Meters     11

Henryk Baran

On Xlebnikov's Love Lyrics: I. Analysis of "O, âervi zemljanye"     29

Henrik Birnbaum

The "Supplication of Daniel the Exile" and the Problem of Poetic Form in Old Russian Literature     45

Steven Broyde...

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0-89357-275-6
249
2005
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Although punctuation is crucial to even basic written literacy in any European language, Russian language textbooks designed for English speakers routinely fail to provide even basic information on this important facet of written Russian. This new, user-friendly textbook is the first pedagogical description of Russian punctuation ever written for English-speaking students. Designed for the advanced beginner or intermediate student, it...

Marianna Bogojavlensky

$29.95
0-89357-096-6
xviii + 450
1982
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A solid review grammar with many examples, lots of exercises, and done in a systematic way. Chapters on each of the cases, nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, numerals, relative clauses, time expressions; appendices and selected Russian-English and English-Russian vocabularies. For second, third, and fourth-year classes. "...this book contains an enormous amount of well organized information" (CSP) "It fills a long-felt need...

Edited by Felicitas Fischer von Weikersthal, Frank Grüner, Susanne Hohler, Franziska Schedewie, and Raphael Utz

$34.95
978-0-89357-408-6
X + 343
2013
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This volume focuses on the Revolution of 1905 as a critical juncture in modern Russian history and offers a fresh approach by treating the revolution as a transnational and transcultural phenomenon. In five sections, “Shifting Identities,” “Revolution and Civil Society,” “Center and Peripheries,” “The Revolution in Media and Culture,” and “The International Dimension and Flows of Concepts and Ideas,” the...

$12.95
978-0-89357-052-4
62
1982
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An essential book for every student and teacher of Russian. Helps students increase their vocabulary and remember words better because they understand how the meanings are derived. "The book is a small miracle." (SEEJ) "It can be recommended without reservation" (NZSJ)

$34.95
978-0-89357-297-6
xx+503
2010
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A practical reference guide to the sounds, internal structure, and grammatical forms ofRussian inflected words, intended for both advanced students of the language and for prospective teachers of it. Alongside explicit structural descriptions of Russian inflectional categories, types, subtypes, and irregularities, reference is made to most words with regard to which questions concerning stress or inflection are apt to arise....

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$39.95
0-89357-157-1
LI + 925
1986
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This bibliography is intended for a broad audience in the humanities and social sciences. Included here are books and articles which in some way can be called travelers' accounts. Generally speaking, "traveler's accounts" are works written by eyewitnesses about their experiences or impressions in the Christian East. This category includes pilgrims' accounts, officers' memoirs, ambassadors' reports, scholars' monographs, newspaper articles,...

Edited by Barry P. Scherr and Dean S. Worth

$34.95
0-89357-198-9
514
1989
Cloth

Contents

Foreword     9

Zsuzanna Bjorn Andersen

The Concept of "Lyric Disorder"     11

James Bailey

The Metrical Invariant in a Russian Lyric Folk Song     23

Jerzy Bartminski

On Melic and Declamatory Versions of Folk Songs     57

L. L. Bel'skah

Iz istorii dvustopnykh form russkikh trekhslozhnikov     81

Thomas Eekman

Verbal Interposition as a Stylistic Device in Russian Poetry     93

Stefano Gardzonio

Stikh russkikh poeticheskikh perevodov ital'ianskikh opernyx libretto....

$29.95
978-0-89357-023-1
xvii + 272
1975
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A practical, general description of Russian derivational morphology aimed at a wide audience. Of use to Russian linguists, specialists in the Russian language, graduate students in Slavic languages and literatures, teachers of Russian, and, taught carefully and selectively, to students of Russian at intermediate and advanced levels. A ground-breaking, influential, and indispensable book.

Lidija Iordanskaja and Slava Paperno, English equivalents by Lesli LaRocco and Jean MacKenzie, edited by Richard L. Leed

$39.95
0-89357-265-9
xxx + 418
1996
Cloth

This remarkable book is an exhaustive combinatorial Russian-English dictionary of a small group of words that are of more than passing interest in everyday life and language. The dictionary contains 73 entries: 63 parts of the body, plus 10 words describing certain organs, emissions, and physical manifestations of emotional states (heart, tears, laughter, etc.). The aim is to present all...

$29.95
0-89357-159-8
292
1986
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Although the novel eventually achieved an unprecedented artistic and philosophic greatness in nineteenth-century Russia, the process of naturalizing this European literary form on Russian soil proved, especially in its initial stages, to be difficult and often unsuccessful. During the early years of the nineteenth century, when an appropriate prose idiom was gradually being forged in Russia, major and minor writers...

Genevra Gerhart, with Eloise M. Boyle

$49.95
978-089357-380-5
xxx + 513
2012
Hardcover

This book is an attempt at the impossible: to describe for non-Russians what Russian common knowledge might be. It is the Russian obvious—that is ob+via, in the road, in the way: what you might trip over if you ignore it or don’t see it. It is the information one Russian assumes another has when they are talking together. It is...

$29.95
978-0-89357-402-4
241
2012
Paperback

Alexander Rabinowitch is a towering figure among historians of the Russian Revolution and its aftermath. Distinguished by an unrivaled mastery of published and archival materials, a compelling narrative style and demythologizing interpretations, his books are the essential account of events that truly changed the world. During his remarkable career, Rabinowitch has also trained and mentored many graduate students who themselves...

$44.95
978-0-89357-429-1
xx + 404
2015
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This book presents a series of essays from leading international scholars that expand our understanding of the Russian Revolution through the detailed study of specific localities. Answering the important question of how locality affected the revolutionary experience, these essays provide...

$44.95
978-0-89357-426-0
511
2016

This book presents original research by an international group of scholars on the social history of Russia across the period of World War I, the 1917 revolutions, and the Civil War. The essays document how the inhabitants of Russia’s multinational empire mobilized in 1914 in response to the...