Kritika Volume 21 No.1

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland

From the Editors
Reflections on Russia and World History, and a Call for Papers     1


Ekaterina Pravilova
Truth, Facts, and Authenticity in Russian Imperial Jurisprudence and Historiography     7

Nicole Eaton
Provisional Redemption and the Fate of Kaliningrad’s Germans       41

Katherine Zubovich

The Fall of the Zariad ́e

Monumentalism and Displacement in Late Stalinist Moscow     73

Tyler C. Kirk

Memory of Vorkuta

A Gulag Returnee’s Attempts at Autobiography and Art     97

Review Article

Richard Wortman
Myriad Designs and Legacies of Regret
Alfred J. Rieber’s Early Articles     127

Review Essays

George Gilbert

“New” Histories of the Russian Revolution?     159

Rhiannon Dowling

Love and Other Legacies in Soviet Crime and Punishment     173


David Goldfrank
Ante-Mongol Rus ́, Seen from the Top    189

Emma Widdis
The Challenges of Sensory History     199

Rósa Magnúsdóttir
The Lives and Times of Leonid Brezhnev and Mikhail Gorbachev     207

Courtney Doucette
Late Soviet Memoirs     218

Contributors to This Issue    219