Volume 18, Number 2 (Spring 2017)

 

From the Editors

On the Centenary of Revolution . . . 229

Articles

Alexander V. Maiorov

Prince Mikhail of Chernigov: From Maneuverer to Martyr . . . 237

Mustafa Tuna

“Pillars of the Nation”: The Making of a Russian Muslim Intelligentsia and the Origins of Jadidism . . . 257

Sören Urbansky and Helena Barop

Under the Red Star’s Faint Light: How Sakhalin Became Soviet . . . 283

Molly Pucci

Translating the State: Czechoslovakia’s Search for the Soviet Model of the Secret Police, 1945–52 . . . 317

Ex Tempore: Did the Working Class Matter in 1917?

An Introduction from the Editors . . . 345

Boris N. Mironov

Cannon Fodder for the Revolution: The Russian Proletariat in 1917 . . . 351

Sarah Badcock

Interrogating Working-Class Lives: Evidence in Social History . . . 371

Diane P. Koenker

Talkin’ about Class Formation . . . 377

William G. Rosenberg

On Cannon Fodder and Straw Men . . . 389

Response

Boris N. Mironov

The Workers Question and Revolutionary Gamesmanship in 1917 . . . 401

Review Essay

Norihiro Naganawa

Transimperial Muslims, the Modernizing State, and Local Politics in the Late Imperial Volga-Ural Region . . . 417

Reviews

Boris Belge

Between Party and People(s)—Where Music Sounds . . . 437

Lewis H. Siegelbaum

Both Sides Now . . . 444

Contributors to This Issue . . . 450

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