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605 Ab Imperio, 2/2003 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS Mark BASSIN, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University College London, UK. mbassin@geog.ucl.ac.uk Alesya BOGAEVSKAYA, Fulbright Scholar at Elon University, USA; Assistant Professor and Chair of Administration in Social Sphere, Vladivostok State University, Russia. abogaevs8@yahoo.com Wim COUDENYS, Ph.D., Lecturer of Russian History at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. wim.coudenys@arts.kuleuven.ac.be David CUTHEL, Assistant Professor in Middle Eastern and Ottoman History, Department of Humanities, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken , USA. dcuthell@stevens-tech.edu Alexander DMITRIEV, Candidate of Sciences in History, Editor of the “Theory” Section in the New Literary Review, Moscow, Russia. dualis@ mail.ru Andrew GENTES, Ph.D., Lecturer in Russian and European History , School of History, Philosophy, Classics & Religion, University of Queensland, Australia. a.gentes@uq.edu.au Serguei GLEBOV, Editor of Ab Imperio (USA and Canada), Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA. glebov@rci.rutgers.edu Iaroslav HRYTSAK, Professor of History, Lviv National University, Ukraine; Assistant Professor, Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. Hrytsak@ceu.hu Natalia IAKOVENKO, Professor of history, Kiev-Mohila Academy; Chief Editor of the journal Ukrains’kyi humanitarnyi ohliad, Kiev, Ukraine. uho@ukma.kiev.ua 606 List of Contributors Georgii KASIANOV, Doctor of Sciences in History, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Ukrainian History of the NationalAcademy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine. kasianov@irf.kiev.ua Maksim KIRCHANOV, Student, History Department, Voronezh State University, Russia. ist@comch.ru Igor’MARTYNIUK, Doctoral candidate, History Department, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. igormart@mail.ru Betty MORGAN, Associate Professor of Political Science, Elon University , NC, USA. morganb@elon.edu Christian NOACK, Ph.D. in History, ResearchAssistant, Eastern European Division of the Faculty of Historical Sciences, Philosophy, and Theology , University of Bielefeld, Germany. cnoack@geschichte.uni-bielefeld.de Gérard NOIRIEL, Professor at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France. noiriel@elias.ens.fr Rainer OHLIGER, ResearchAssociate, Department of Demography at Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. rohliger@sowi.hu-berlin.de Anton POPOV, Graduate Student, Department of Cultural Studies and Sociology, University of Birmingham, UK. AXP195@bham.ac.uk Thomas M. PRYMAK, Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Toronto, Canada. Alexander SEMYONOV, Editor of Ab Imperio (Central and Eastern Europe), Central European University (Hungary) and Smolny College of LiberalArts and Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia. HPHSEM95@phd.ceu.hu Willard SUNDERLAND, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Cincinnati, OH, USA. willard.sunderland@uc.edu Tatiana TETEREVLEVA, Associate Professor, History Department, Pomor State University, Arkhangelsk, Russia. tat_tet@pomorsu.ru Robert C. WILLIAMS, Vail Professor of History, Davidson College, Davidson, NC, USA. bowilliams@davidson.edu Andriy ZAYARNYUK, Ph.D. in History, University ofAlberta, Canada. andriy@cfh.lvi.ua or andriy@ualberta.ca Margaret ZIOLKOWSKI,Associate Professor, Department of German, Russian, and EastAsian Languages, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, USA. ziolkom@muohio.edu ...

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ISSN
2164-9731
Print ISSN
2166-4072
Pages
pp. 605-606
Launched on MUSE
2015-10-07
Open Access
No
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