Kritika Volume 4 No.2

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin


From the Editors
A Topical Index [p. 277]


J.T. Kotilaine
Competing Claims: Russian Foreign Trade via Arkhangel'sk and the Eastern Baltic Ports in the 17th Century [p. 279]

Andrei Zorin
"Star of the EastÓ: The Holy Alliance and European Mysticism [p. 313]

David R. Stone
Mobilization and the Red Army's Move into Civil Administration, 1925-31 [p. 343]

Ex Tempore: Experts and Believers after the Collapse of Communism

Peter Kenez
Dealing with Discredited Beliefs [p.369]

Abbott Gleason
In Response to "Discredited Beliefs" [p. 379]

Review Essays

Marc Raeff
Russian Europeans [p. 383]

Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern
Contextualizing the Mystery: Three Approaches to the Protocols of the Elders of Zion [p. 395]

Vladimir Solonari
Creating a "People": A Case Study in Post-Soviet History-Writing [p. 411]


Marshall S. Shatz
Iurii Arkad'evich Borisenok, Mikhail Bakunin i "pol'skaia intriga": 1840-e gody [Mikhail Bakunin and the “Polish Intrigue”: The 1840s] [p. 439]

Robert Crews
Christian Noack, Muslimischer Nationalismus im Russischen Reich: Nationsbildung und Nationalbewegung bei Tataren und Baschkiren, 1861–1917 [Muslim Nationalism in the Russian Empire: Nation-Building and National Movements among the Tatars and Bashkirs, 1861-1917] [p. 444]

Julie V. Brown
Irina Sirotkina, Diagnosing Literary Genius: A Cultural History of Psychiatry in Russia, 1880-1930; Monika Spivak, Posmertnaia diagnostika genial'nosti: Eduard Bagritskii, Andrei Belyi, Vladimir Maiakovskii v kollektsii Instituta mozga. Materialy iz arkhiva G. I. Poliakova [The Posthumous Diagnosis of Genius: Eduard Bagritskii, Andrei Belyi, Vladimir Maiakovskii in the Collection of the Institute of the Brain. Materials from the Archive of G. I. Poliakov] [p. 451]

Jon Sumida
Jürgen Rohwer and Mikhail S. Monakov, Stalin’s Ocean-Going Fleet: Soviet Naval Strategy and Shipbuilding Programmes, 1935-1953 [p. 460 ]
Kiril Tomoff
Nelli Grigor'evna Shakhnazarova, Paradoksy sovetskoi muzykal'noi kul'tury: 30-e gody [Paradoxes of Soviet Musical Culture: The 1930s]; Sergei Bertensson and Jay Leyda, Sergei Rachmaninoff: A Lifetime in Music [p. 466]

Contributors to this Issue [p. 483]