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  • Contributors to This Issue

Adrienne Lynn Edgar is Associate Professor of Modern Russian and Central Asian History at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the author of Tribal Nation: The Making of Soviet Turkmenistan (2004). She has published articles on ethnicity, nationality, and gender in Soviet Central Asia and is currently writing a book about ethnic intermarriage in the Soviet Union.

Moritz Florin is Research and Teaching Associate at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and the author of Kirgistan und die sowjetische Moderne, 1941–1991 (Kyrgyzstan and the Soviet Modern, 1941–91 [2015]). He is currently working on the history of terrorism during the late 19th century in Eastern and Western Europe.

Anna Ivanova, a PhD student in history at Harvard University, is working on a dissertation on the notion of wealth and the role of money in postwar Soviet society. She is the author of “Shopping in Beriozka: Consumer Society in the Soviet Union,” Zeithistorische Forschungen 10, 2 (2013): 243–63; and Magaziny “Beriozka”: Paradoksy potrebleniia v pozdnem SSSR (Beriozka Stores: Paradoxes of Consumption in the Late USSR) (forthcoming in 2017).

Artemy M. Kalinovsky is Assistant Professor of East European Studies at the University of Amsterdam. He is the author of A Long Goodbye: The Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan (2011) and co-editor of a number of volumes on Soviet history and the Cold War. His current project examines the politics of development and anti-imperialism in Soviet Central Asia.

Julia Leikin is Scouloudi Doctoral Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research in London and a PhD candidate at University College London’s School of Slavonic and East European Studies. She is completing her dissertation, “Prize Law, Maritime Neutrality, and the Law of Nations in Imperial Russia, 1768–1856,” which examines imperial Russia’s contribution to international legal discourse. Her other projects include a social history of imperial Russia’s navy. [End Page 712]

Jared McBride is Lecturer in History at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has published “Contesting the Malyn Massacre: The Legacy of Inter-Ethnic Violence and the Second World War in Eastern Europe,” Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, no. 2405 (2016). His “Peasants into Perpetrators: The OUN-UPA and the Ethnic Cleansing of Volhynia, 1943–1944” is forthcoming this fall with Slavic Review. Currently, McBride is completing a manuscript about local perpetrators and interethnic violence in Nazi-occupied Western Ukraine.

Timothy Nunan is Freigeist Fellow at the Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut at the Freie Universität Berlin. A scholar of Russian and Soviet history in an international context, he is the author of Humanitarian Invasion: Global Development in Cold War Afghanistan (2016) and the editor and translator of Carl Schmitt, Writings on War (2011). His present research agenda explores the clash of Sunni and Shi’a Islamists with socialists and the Soviet Union in Cold War Eurasia.

Charles Shaw is Assistant Professor of History at Central European University. He is completing a book on Uzbekistan during World War II. [End Page 713]



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