restricted access   Volume 1, Number 1, Winter 2000 (New Series)

Table of Contents

From: Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History

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Special Issue: Resistance to Authority in Russia and the Soviet Union

To the Editors

pp. 1-2

From the Editors

pp. 3-4


Thoughts on the Absence of Elite Resistance in Muscovy

pp. 5-20

From Resistance to Subversion: Imperial Power, Indigenous Opposition, and Their Entanglement

pp. 21-43

Popular Resistance in the Stalinist 1930s: Soliloquy of a Devil’s Advocate

pp. 45-69

Speaking Out: Languages of Affirmation and Dissent in Stalinist Russia

pp. 71-96

“God is Now on Our Side”: The Religious Revival on Unoccupied Soviet Territory during World War II

pp. 97-118

The Tenacious Liberal Subject in Soviet Studies

pp. 119-146


On the Subjects of Resistance

pp. 147-152

Revolution and Authenticity: Reflections from France on the Russian and Soviet Experience

pp. 153-160

Whither Resistance?

pp. 161-165

Review Essays

P. A. Zaionchkovskii: High Society Subversive

pp. 167-181

The Other Russia: Re-Presenting the Gay Experience

pp. 183-194


History of Ukraine-Rus′. Volume One. From Prehistory to the Eleventh Century (review)

pp. 195-202

Na sluzhbe rossiiskomu Leviafanu (Istoriosofskie opyty) (review)

pp. 203-207

Sotsial′nyie konflikty i krest′ianskaia mental′nost′ v Rossiiskoi imperii nachala XX veka: Novye materialy, metody, rezul′taty, and: Peasant Dreams and Market Politics: Labor Migration and the Russian Village, 1861–1905 (review)

pp. 208-212

Natsional′naia politika v imp eratorskoi Rossii: Tsivilizovannie okrainy, and: Natsional′naia politika v imperatorskoi Rossii: Pozdnie pervobytnie i predklassovie obshchestva severa evropeiskoi Rossii, Sibiri i Russkoi Ameriki (review)

pp. 213-219

The Soviet Photograph, 1924–1937 (review)

pp. 220-223

Memuary, and: Vospominaniia (review)

pp. 224-230


Contributors to This Issue

pp. 241-242