1. Инородность свободы
  2. И. Герасимов, С. Глебов, A. Каплуновский, M. Могильнер, A. Семенов
  3. pp. 9-14
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  1. The Alien Origins of Freedom
  2. I. Gerasimov, S. Glebov, A. Kaplunovski, M. Mogilner, A. Semyonov
  3. pp. 15-20
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  1. Q&A Session after the Public Lecture of Quentin Skinner
  2. Clive Kessler, Quentin Skinner, Sarah Maddison, Nick Malpas, John Gascoigne, Ursula Rao, James Donald
  3. pp. 55-60
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  1. Shedding the White and Blue: American Migration and Soviet Dreams in the Era of the New Economic Policy
  2. Benjamin W. Sawyer
  3. pp. 65-84
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  1. Was Lev Gumilev a "Eurasianist?": A New Look at His Postwar Contacts with Petr Savitskii
  2. Martin Beisswenger
  3. pp. 85-108
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  1. The Poetics of ITR Discourse: In the 1960s and Today
  2. Mark Lipovetsky
  3. pp. 109-139
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  1. Humanism of "Zhivago's Children" versus Progressivism of the ITRs
  2. Vladislav Zubok
  3. pp. 133-140
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  1. О "либеральном мейнстриме" и культурном консерватизме
  2. Максим Вальдштейн
  3. pp. 141-158
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  1. Coming to Terms with Late Soviet Liberalism
  2. Benjamin Nathans
  3. pp. 175-182
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  1. They Were Genuinely Liberal, Liberals of the Right
  2. Artemy Magun
  3. pp. 183-188
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  1. Was the Soviet Engineer So Unique?
  2. Pal Tamas
  3. pp. 189-194
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  1. On Variations of Soviet-Type Modernity: Why Poland Did Not Have Its Own ITR Progressives
  2. Jan Kubik
  3. pp. 195-201
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  1. Soviet Modernity in a Global Conversation: The Universe of Elite Progressors
  2. Alaina Lemon
  3. pp. 202-207
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  1. Clarifying Positions
  2. Mark Lipovetsky
  3. pp. 208-219
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  1. Remembering in Public: On the Affective Management of History
  2. Serguei Alex. Oushakine
  3. pp. 269-302
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  1. The Cossack Myth: History and Nationhood in the Ages of Empires by Serhii Plokhy (review)
  2. Александр Осипян
  3. pp. 329-346
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  1. Убедительная форма памятиed. by Johanna Lilndbladh
  2. Михаил Немцев
  3. pp. 346-360
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  1. The Lost Politburo Transcripts. From Collective Rule to Stalin's Dictatorship ed. by Paul R. Gregory and Norman Naimark (review)
  2. Elidor Mehilli
  3. pp. 383-388
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  1. The Andijan Uprising of 1898 and Its Leader Dukchi Ishan Described by Contemporary Poets by Aftandil S. Erkinov (review)
  2. Alexander Morrison
  3. pp. 388-393
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  1. Islamic Central Asia: An Anthology of Historical Sources ed. by Scott C. Levi and Ron Sela (review)
  2. Nathan Spannaus
  3. pp. 393-397
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  1. Подпольный бизнес в СCCР - секреты обогащения
  2. Татьяна Басина
  3. pp. 397-402
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  1. A History of Women in Russia: From Earliest Times to the Present by Barbara Evans Clements (review)
  2. Danielle Morrissette
  3. pp. 413-420
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  1. Hаши авторов
  2. pp. 424-426
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  1. Postscriptum: An Exchange with the Editors
  2. Quentin Skinner
  3. pp. 61-63
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 421-423
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