Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History


1 Year Kritika Print Subscription 2020

 

 

A leading journal of Russian and Eurasian history, Kritika is dedicated to internationalizing the field and making it relevant to a broad interdisciplinary audience. The journal regularly publishes forums, discussions, and special issues; it regularly translates important works by Russian and European scholars into English; and it publishes in every issue in-depth, lengthy review articles, review essays, and reviews of Russian, Eurasian, and European works that are rarely, if ever, reviewed in North American Russian studies journals.

 

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Indexing and Abstracting

American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Current Contents/Arts and Humanities, Historical Abstracts, ISI Alerting Service, International Bibliography of Book Reviews of Scholarly Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences, Modern Language Association, Wilson Humanities Full Text, Wilson OmniFile Full Text

 

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Kritika is also available in three e-formats: .epub (for Apple and compatible e-readers), .mobi (for Kindle), and .pdf. E-subscriptions require an email address. While new subscription structure is established on slavica.indana.edu, we will directly supply e-subscribers with electronic access to the journal via email. E-editions will be released simultaneously with print editions at slavica.indiana.edu, and will remain available to you for download for the foreseeable future.

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    •    Students – $30.00

 

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Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2019
677-910
Paperback

Contents

 

                                      Special Issue

      Science, Fiction, and Power in the Soviet Union

 

From the Editors

Technopolitics and the Frontiers

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2019
437-676
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From the Editors

An Interview with Kate Brown     437

Forum: Crime, Labor, and

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2019
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From the Editors

“The Year That Changed the World”?​     221

 

Erratum​     226

 

Forum: Oral History and Memory in

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2019
1-220
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From the Editors
Walled Worlds “Illiberal Democracy” and the CEU Affair     1
Forum: “National Indifference” in the Russian Empire

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2018
689-910
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From the Editors

An Interview with Lewis H. Siegelbaum     689

Articles

Rachel Koroloff Juniper
From Medicine to Poison and

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2018
463-688
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Contents
From the Editors
Back in the USSR?     463

Articles

Tatiana

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2018
237-462
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Contents
From the Editors
The Black Sea World and the Question of Boundaries      237

Forum: Food,

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2018
1-236
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Special Issue
Through Picture and Story
Artistic Approaches to History

Visions of Russian

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2017
655-858
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Contents

From the Editors

Historical Schools, Scholarly Lineages, and Methodological Pluralism     655

 

Articles

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531-023X
2017
453-654
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Contents

From the Editors

An Interview with Jan Plamper

On the History of Emotions      453

 

Articles

Evgenii Trefilov

Proof of Sincere

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