Kritika

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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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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Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2007
711-920
Paperback

From the Editors

Premodern Lessons for Modern Historians . . . 711

Articles

LAURIE MANCHESTER
Commonalities of Modern Political Discourse: Three

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2007
479-710
Paperback

From the Editors

An Interview with Sheila Fitzpatrick . . . 479

Articles

STEPHEN KOTKIN
Mongol Commonwealth? Exchange and Governance across

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1532-023X
2007
227-478
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From the Editors

Citing the Archival Revolution . . . 227

Articles

MICHAEL C. PAUL
Secular Power and the Archbishops of

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2007
1-226
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Contents

From the Editors

An Interview with Leopold Haimson . . . 1

Articles

EUGENE M. AVRUTIN
Racial Categories and the

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
151-023X
2006
3705-938
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Contents

From the Editors

The Imperial Turn[p. 705]

Articles

GEORGE WEICKHARDT
Muscovite Judicial Duels as a Legal Fiction [p. 713]

NATHANIEL

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2006
391-704
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Contents
Special Issue
Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part II: From Alexander II to Brezhnev

From the Editors

Tiutchev versus Foucault? Citizenship

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2006
165-390
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Contents

Special Issue: Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part I Intellectual Biographies and Late Imperial Russia

From the Editors
An Interview with James

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2006
1-164
Paperback

Contents

From the Editors
Better Shorter, but Better (p. 1)

Forum: Mercy, Power, and Law in Muscovite and Imperial Russia

NANCY

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2005
667-900
Paperback

Contents

From the Publisher

Critical Mass and the Economics of Kritika

Forum: Audience and Society in the Post-Stalin Period

SUSAN E. REID

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2005
455-666
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From the Editors

Anglophone Russian Studies and the German Question [p. 455]

Articles

OLGA E. GLAGOLEVA
The Illegitimate Children of

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