restricted access   Volume 9, Number 4, Fall 2008 (New Series)

Table of Contents

From: Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History

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From the Editors

Passing through the Iron Curtain

pp. 703-709


Defending Children’s Rights, “In Defense of Peace”: Children and Soviet Cultural Diplomacy

pp. 711-746

East as True West: Redeeming Bourgeois Culture, from Socialist Realism to Ostalgie

pp. 747-768

Paris or Moscow?: Warsaw Architects and the Image of the Modern City in the 1950s

pp. 769-798

Imagining Richard Wagner: The Janus Head of a Divided Nation

pp. 799-829

Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall … Is the West the Fairest of Them All?: Czechoslovak Normalization and Its (Dis)Contents

pp. 831-854

Who Will Beat Whom?: Soviet Popular Reception of the American National Exhibition in Moscow, 1959

pp. 855-904

Moscow Human Rights Defenders Look West: Attitudes toward U.S. Journalists in the 1960s and 1970s

pp. 905-927


The Occident Within—or the Drive for Exceptionalism and Modernity

pp. 929-937


Tekstologiia drevnei Rusi, and: Tekstologiia russkikh letopisei XI–nachala XIV vv., and: Galitsko-Volynskaia letopis′: Tekst. Kommentarii. Issledovanie (review)

pp. 939-949

Istoricheskie poniatiia i politicheskie idei v Rossii XVI–XX veka: Sbornik nauchnykh rabot, and: Russische Begriffsgeschichte der Neuzeit: Beiträge zu einem Forschungsdesiderat (review)

pp. 950-962

Pietarinsuomalaiset, and: Lootuste linn: Peterburi ja eesti haritlaskonna kujunemine kuni 1917, and: Mnogonatsional′nyi Peterburg: Istoriia, religii, narody (review)

pp. 963-976

Nationalisierung der Religion: Russifizierungspolitik und ukrainische Nationsbildung, 1860–1920 (review)

pp. 977-987

Moskva, Kreml′, vlast′ (review)

pp. 988-996


Reply to Lars Lih

pp. 997-998


Contributors to This Issue

pp. 999-1000