restricted access   Volume 11, Number 3, Summer 2010 (New Series)

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Dogs, Monks, Guns, Pretenders
Society and Culture in Muscovy

From the Editors

An Interview with Edward L. Keenan

pp. 457-466


Hunting for Dogs in 17th-Century Muscovy

pp. 467-488

Economic Reconstruction or Corporate Raiding?: The Borisoglebskii Monastery in Torzhok and the Ascription of Monasteries in the 17th Century

pp. 490-511

The Replacement of the Composite Reflex Bow by Firearms in the Muscovite Cavalry

pp. 513-534

"Royal Marks": Reading the Bodies of Russian Pretenders, 17th-19th Centuries

pp. 535-561


Systems and Senses: New Research on Muscovy and the Historiography on Early Modern Europe

pp. 563-579

Review Forum: New Approaches to Art and the Historiography on Early Modern Europe

Alternative Histories of Soviet Visual Culture

pp. 581-608

Rethinking Russian Music: Institutions, Nationalism, and Untold Histories

pp. 609-626

Review Forum: Stanlinist Terror

Terror and the Gulag

pp. 627-640

The Stalinist Police State

pp. 641-648

Review Essay

Icebreaker Redux: The Debate on Stalin's Role in World War II Continues

pp. 649-660


Renovating Russia: The Human Sciences and the Fate of Liberal Modernity, 1880-1930 (review)

pp. 661-672

Jüdische Eliten im Russichen Reich (Jewish Elites in the Russian Empire), and: Crisis, Revolution, and Russian Jews, and: Jews in the Russian Army, 1827-1917: Drafted into Modernity (review)

pp. 673-681

Pervaia russkaia revoliutsiia i musul'mane Rossiiskoi imperii (The First Russian Revolution and Muslims of the Russian Empire), and: Islamskie instituty v Rossiiskoi imperii: Mecheti v evropeiskoi chasti Rossii i Sibiri (Islamic Institutions in the Russian Empire:Mosques in European Russia and Siberia) (review)

pp. 682-692



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Contributors to This Issue

pp. 694-695