restricted access   Volume 16, Number 3, Summer 2015 (New Series)

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Soviet Gulag: New Research and New Interpretations

From the Editors

What Was the Gulag?

pp. 469-475


Picturing the Gulag

pp. 476-478


The Gulag and the Non-Gulag as One Interrelated Whole

pp. 479-498

Destructive-Labor Camps: Rethinking Solzhenitsyn’s Play on Words

pp. 499-526

Lives in the Balance: Weak and Disabled Prisoners and the Biopolitics of the Gulag

pp. 527-556

Scientists and Specialists in the Gulag: Life and Death in Stalin’s Sharashka

pp. 557-588

(Un)Returned from the Gulag: Life Trajectories and Integration of Postwar Special Settlers

pp. 589-620

Penal Deportation to Siberia and the Limits of State Power, 1801–81

pp. 621-650

Britain’s Archipelago of Camps: Labor and Detention in a Liberal Empire, 1871–1903

pp. 651-680

The Gulag as the Crucible of Russia’s 21st-Century System of Punishment

pp. 681-710


The Soviet Gulag—an Archipelago?

pp. 711-724


To the Editors

pp. 725-726

Contributors to This Issue

pp. 727-728