Volume 12, Number 1 (Winter 2011)

From the Editors

Tatars and Pyrenees . . . 1

Articles

Richard Stites
Decembrists with a Spanish Accent . . . 5

Yanni Kotsonis
The Problem of the Individual in the Stolypin Reforms . . . 25

Manfred Zeller
“Our Own Internationale,” 1966: Dynamo Kiev Fans between Local Identity and Transnational Imagination . . . 53

Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe
The “Ukrainian National Revolution” of 1941: Discourse and Practice of a Fascist Movement . . . 83

History and Historians

Omer Bartov
Moshe Lewin’s Century . . . 115

Sir Ian Kershaw
Moshe Lewin, 1921–2010 . . . 123

Alfred J. Rieber
Moshe Lewin: A Reminiscence and Appreciation . . . .127

Molly Molloy
Marc Raeff: A Bibliography (1993–2008) . . . 141

Review Forum: Soviet Foreign Policy

Sabine Dullin
Understanding Russian and Soviet Foreign Policy from a Geocultural Perspective . . . .161

David C. Engerman
The Second World’s Third World . . . 183

Review Essays

Susan K. Morrissey
Terrorism, Modernity, and the Question of Origins . . . 213

David Shearer
Workers, Revolution, and Stalinism . . . .227

Reviews

Joseph Bradley
I. S. Rozental´, “I vot obshchestvennoe mnenie!” Kluby v istorii rossiiskoi obshchestvennosti, konets XVIII–nachalo XX vv. (“And There You Have Public Opinion!” Clubs and the Russian Public Sphere from the End of the 18th to the Beginning of the 20th Centuries); A. S. Tumanova, Obshchestvennye organizatsii i russkaia publika v nachale XX veka (Voluntary Associations and the Russian Public at the Beginning of the 20th Century) . . . 249

Caryl Emerson
Maxim Waldstein, The Soviet Empire of Signs: A History of the Tartu School of Semiotics . . . 262

Letters

Stephen F. Cohen
To the Editors . . .269

Contributors to This Issue . . . 270

 

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