In this Issue
- Volume 7, Number 3, Summer 2006 (New Series)
- Special Issue: Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part II From Alexander II to Brezhnev
A leading journal of Russian and Eurasian history and culture, Kritika is dedicated to internationalizing the field and making it relevant to a broad interdisciplinary audience. The journal regularly publishes forums, discussions, and special issues; it regularly translates important works by Russian and European scholars into English; and it publishes in every issue in-depth, lengthy review articles, review essays, and reviews of Russian, Eurasian, and European works that are rarely, if ever, reviewed in North American Russian studies journals.
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Table of Contents
- A Woman's Kingdom: Noblewomen and the Control of Property in Russia, 1700-1861, and: Pravovoe regulirovanie imushchestvennykh otnoshenii v Rossii vo vtoroi polovine XVIII veka [The Legal Regulation of Property Relations in Russia in the Second Half of the 18th Century], and: In Search of Legality: Mikhail M. Speranskii and the Codification of Russian Law (review)
- pp. 657-665
- DOI: 10.1353/kri.2006.0033
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