KRITIKA 16 (2015), 1

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KRITIKA 16 (2015), 1
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Bloomington, Indiana, US 2015: Slavica Publishers
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Carolyn Pouncy
Derzeitige Position (Kurzform)
Managing editor
Georgetown University
Kritika. Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History
United States
Washington, DC
<> Editorial Office: School of Foreign Service Intercultural Center 301 Georgetown University Publisher: Slavica Publishers Indiana University 1430 North Willis Drive Bloomington. IN 47404-2146, USA
Kindler, Robert

Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History is, as its name suggests, dedicated to critical inquiry into the history and culture of Russia and Eurasia. Since 2000 Kritika has been dedicated to internationalizing the field and making it relevant to a broad interdisciplinary audience. The journal regularly publishes forums, discussions, and special issues; it often 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, covered in North American Russian studies journals.



From The Editors

The Ukrainian Crisis and History … 1


Mikhail A. Kiselev
State Metallurgy Factories and Direct Taxes in the Urals, 1700-50: Paths to State Building in Early Modern Russia … 7

Michael Denner
Resistance Is Futile, but Nonresistance Might Work: The East and Russia in Tolstoi’s Political Imagination, 1905-10 … 37

Danielle Ross
Caught in the Middle: Education Reform and Youth Rebellion in Russia’s Madrasas, 1900-10 … 57

Johanna Conterio
Inventing the Subtropics: An Environmental History of Sochi, 1929-36 … 91

Forum: The Ukrainian Crisis, Past And Present

Faith Hillis
Intimacy and Antipathy: Ukrainian-Russian Relations in Historical Perspective … 121

John-Paul Himka
The History behind the Regional Conflict in Ukraine … 129

William Jay Risch
What the Far Right Does Not Tell Us about the Maidan … 137

Alexei Miller
The “Ukrainian Crisis” and Its Multiple Histories … 145

Georgiy Kasianov
How a War for the Past Becomes a War in the Present … 149

Review / Essay

Randall A. Poole
Nineteenth-Century Russian Liberalism: Ideals and Realities … 157


Ann M. Kleimola
Medieval Visual Metaphors and Beasts Noble and Savage … 183

Heather J. Coleman
Region and Nation in Late Imperial Russian Ukraine … 194

Jan Hennings
World Revolution and International Diplomacy, 1900-39 … 204

Arkadi Zeltser
Soviet Jews in Belorussia and Ukraine … 211

Karsten Brüggemann
The Lithuanian Cultural Elite and the End of the Soviet Union … 219

Contributors to This Issue … 227

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