In this Issue
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.
published bySlavica Publishers
viewing issueVolume 3, Number 3, Summer 2002 (New Series)
Table of Contents
- Russkii konservatizm XIX stoletiia: Ideologiia i praktika, and: Russischer Nationalismus und Offentlichkeit im Zarenreich 1855-1875, and: Reinventing Russia: Russian Nationalism and the Soviet State, 1953-1991, and: Russian Nationalism Since 1856: Ideology and the Making of Foreign Policy (review)
- pp. 546-553
- DOI: 10.1353/kri.2002.0033
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