restricted access   Volume 3, Number 3, Summer 2002 (New Series)

Table of Contents

From: Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History

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Contributors to This Issue

pp. 573-574
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From The Editors: New Journals in the New Russia

pp. 389-391
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To the Editors

pp. 569-571
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Forum: Russian Folk Art under Lenin and Stalin

From Peasants to Professionals: The Socialist-Realist Transformation of a Russian Folk Choir

pp. 393-425
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From Periphery to Center: Palekh and Indigenization in the Russian Heartland

pp. 427-458
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Reaction

Humanizing Utopia: Paradoxes of Soviet Folk Art

pp. 459-471
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Ex Tempore: Muscovite Despotism

The Truth about Muscovy

pp. 473-486
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On Words, Sources, and Historical Method: Which Truth about Muscovy?

pp. 487-499
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Muscovy as a Hypertrophic State: A Critique

pp. 501-507
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Review Essays

Stalinism at War

pp. 509-520
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World War II, Jews, and Post-War Soviet Society

pp. 521-531
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Reviews

Proto-Industrialisierung in Russland: Wirtschaft, Herrschaft und Kultur in Ivanovo und Pavlovo 1741-1932 (review)

pp. 533-536
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Velikorusskii pakhar i osobennosti rossiiskogo istoricheskogo protsessa (review)

pp. 537-545
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Russkii konservatizm XIX stoletiia: Ideologiia i praktika, and: Russischer Nationalismus und Offentlichkeit im Zarenreich 1855-1875, and: Reinventing Russia: Russian Nationalism and the Soviet State, 1953-1991, and: Russian Nationalism Since 1856: Ideology and the Making of Foreign Policy (review)

pp. 546-553
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Sovetskie upravlentsy 1917-1920 gg. (review)

pp. 554-557
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Serp i rubl: Konservativnaia modernizatsiia v SSSR, and: La faucille et le rouble: La modernisation conservatrice en URSS (review)

pp. 558-561
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In Memoriam

Joseph S. Berliner, 1921-2001

pp. 563-568
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