Kritika. Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History
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|Herausgeber:||Michael David-Fox (University of Maryland), Peter Holquist (Cornell University), Alexander Martin (Oglethorpe University)|
Bloomington, Indiana, US
|Preis:||80$ Institutionen, 35$ Privatpersonen, 25$ Studierende|
Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History is, as its name suggests, dedicated to critical inquiry into the history and culture of Russia and Eurasia. Since 2000 Kritika has been dedicated to internationalizing the field and making it relevant to a broad interdisciplinary audience. The journal regularly publishes forums, discussions, and special issues; it often 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, covered in North American Russian studies journals.
3/2012 - Freedom of Conscience in Russia
4/2011 - The State of the Field. Russian History Twenty Years after the Fall
4/2010 - Forum: The World of the 18th-Century Nobility
3/2010 - Special Issue: Dogs, Monks, Guns, Pretenders: Society and Culture in Muscovy
4/2009 - Stalin-era cinema / The politics of history in Russia today
3/2009 - Russia and Germany as Entangled Histories, 1914–45
3/2008 - "Marketing Russian History"
1/2008 - Circulation of Knowledge and the Human Sciences in Russia
3/2006 - Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part II: From Alexander II to Brezhnev
2/2006 - Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part I. Intellectual Biographies and Late Imperial Russia
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