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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  • Institutions/outside U.S. – $142.00
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Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2005
255-454
Paperback

Contents

From the Editors
A Letter from Marc Raeff (255)

Article

DANIEL BROWER AND SUSAN LAYTON
Liberation through Captivity

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2005
1-254
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From the Editors
The Rule of Law in Russia
Invitation to a Discussion on e-Kritika (p. 1)

Forum: Monumental

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2004
645-828
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Contents

From the Editors
Post-Post Historiography, or the Trends of the "Naughts" [p. 645]

Ex Tempore
Stalinism and the "Great

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2004
447-644
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Contents

From the Editors
An Interview with Dan Davidson [p. 447]

Articles

Daniel Beer
The Medicalization of Religious Deviance in

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2004
241-444
Paperback

Contents

From the Editors
A Topical Index [p. 277]

Forum: Reinterpreting Russification in Late Imperial Russia

Mikhail Dolbilov
Russification and

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2004
1235
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Contents

From the Editors
New Wine in New Bottles? [p. 1]

Articles

Aleksei Miller
Between Local and Inter-Imperial Russian Imperial

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2003
779-1012
Paperback

Contents

From the Editors
What's in a Name?[p. 779]

Articles

Michael D. Gordin
Measure of All the Russias: Metrology and

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2003
485-775
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Contents

From the Editors
Violence, "Political" Violence, and Terror in Russian History [p. 485]

Articles

Chester S.L. Dunning
Terror in

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2003
277-484
Paperback

Contents

From the Editors
A Topical Index [p. 277]

Articles

J.T. Kotilaine
Competing Claims: Russian Foreign Trade via Arkhangel'sk and

Michael David-Fox
Peter Holquist
Alexander M. Martin
1531-023X
2003
1-276
Paperback

Contents

From the Editors
"1930s Studies"
[p. 1]

Article

Lars T. Lih
How a Founding Document Was Found, or

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