Kritika Volume 21 No.2

Andrew Jenks
Susan Morrissey
Williard Sunderland
1531–023X
229-460
2020
Paperback

Contents
From the Editors
On Red-Baiting, Then and Now     229


Forum: Political and Social Concepts in the Russian Enlightenment

Sergey Polskoy

Translation of Political Concepts in 18th-Century Russia

Strategies and Practices     235

Konstantin D. Bugrov

Moralism and Monarchism

Visions of Power in 18th-Century Russia     267

Maya Lavrinovich
A Retired Brigadier Caught between Feelings and Social Hierarchy
The Concept of Friendship in a Late 18th-Century Epistolary Exchange     293

Reaction

Vladislav Rjéoutski

Key Concepts in 18th-Century Russia     319

Articles

Irina Volkova
Spanish Republicans’ Struggle and Its Impact on the Soviet Wartime Generation     327

Rachel Applebaum
The Rise of Russian in the Cold War

How Three Worlds Made a World Language       347

Review Article


Julia Herzberg
Faith on the Menu
Conflicts around Fasting in Muscovy     371

Review Essays



Frances Saddington

Treasures on the Bookshelf

Books from the Old City and Picture Books from Soviet Russia     401

Nari Shelekpayev

Capital Cities, Politics, and Urban Life in Central Asia, 1955–2017     413

Reviews

Anna Afanasieva
Local Knowledge and the Imperial State    427

Gregory Afinogenov
Empire Looks Outward     435

Felix Wemheuer
Was Maoist China a Clone of the Soviet Union?     442


Erica L. Fraser
Historicizing Homophobia and Visualizing Masculinity since 1945     453

Contributors to This Issue    459