restricted access   Volume 7, Number 3, Summer 2006 (New Series)

Table of Contents

From: Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History

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Special Issue: Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part II From Alexander II to Brezhnev

From the Editors: Tiutchev versus Foucault? Citizenship and Subjecthood in Russian History

pp. 391-395


An Imperial Rights Regime: Law and Citizenship in the Russian Empire

pp. 397-431

In the State's Embrace? Civil Acts in an Imperial Order

pp. 433-458

United in Gratitude: Honoring Soldiers and Defining the Nation in Russia's Great War

pp. 459-485

Soviet Citizenship, More or Less: Rights, Emotions, and States of Civic Belonging

pp. 487-528

The Civic Duty to Hate: Stalinist Citizenship as Political Practice and Civic Emotion (Kiev, 1943-53)

pp. 529-556

"I Have Not Read, but I Will Say": Soviet Literary Audiences and Changing Ideas of Social Membership, 1958-66

pp. 557-597


The Problem of Social Cohesion

pp. 599-608

The Elusive Civic Subject in Russian History

pp. 609-617

Review Essays

"All the World's a Stage": Aspects of the Historical Interplay of Culture and Society with Myth and Mask in 18th- and Early 19th-Century Russia

pp. 619-632

Historical Anthropology Meets Soviet History

pp. 633-649


State Power and Community in Early Modern Russia: The Case of Kozlov, 1635-1649, and: Liudi Sankt-Peterburgskogo ostrova petrovskogo vremeni [The People of St. Petersburg Island in the Petrine Era] (review)

pp. 651-655

A Woman's Kingdom: Noblewomen and the Control of Property in Russia, 1700-1861, and: Pravovoe regulirovanie imushchestvennykh otnoshenii v Rossii vo vtoroi polovine XVIII veka [The Legal Regulation of Property Relations in Russia in the Second Half of the 18th Century], and: In Search of Legality: Mikhail M. Speranskii and the Codification of Russian Law (review)

pp. 657-665

Rossiiskie evrei mezhdu krasnymi i belymi, 1917-1920 [Russian Jews between Reds and Whites, 1917-1920] (review)

pp. 667-674

Gezahmte Helden: Die Formierung der Sowjetjugend [Tamed Heroes: The Formation of Soviet Youth], and: Sowjetjugend 1917-1941: Generation zwischen Revolution und Resignation [Soviet Youth, 1917-1941: The Generation between Revolution and Resignation] (review)

pp. 675-688

The Fly Swatter: How My Grandfather Made His Way in the World, and: Moscow Stories, and: Vixi: Memoirs of a Non-Belonger, and: Understanding the Cold War: A Historian's Personal Reflections (review)

pp. 689-702


Contributors to This Issue

pp. 703-704