Volume 16, Number 2 (Spring 2015)

From the Editors

A New Chill? Foreign Scholars and the Russian Visa Question . . .  229

Erratum . . . 234

Articles

William Pomeranz

The Practice of Law and the Promise of Rule of Law: The Advokatura and the Civil Process in Tsarist Russia  . . .  235

Mayhill C. Fowler

Mikhail Bulgakov, Mykola Kulish, and Soviet Theater: How Internal Transnationalism Remade Center and Periphery  . . . 263

Forum: Forces for Change in Early Modern Russia

Paul Bushkovitch

Change and Culture in Early Modern Russia . . . 291

Nancy S. Kollmann

A Deeper Early Modern: A Response to Paul Bushkovitch . . . 317

Forum: What’s So Central about Central Asia?

Uyama Tomohiko

The Contribution of Central Eurasian Studies to Russian and (Post-)Soviet Studies and Beyond  . . .  331

Gulmira Sultangalieva

The Place of Kazakhstan in the Study of Central Asia  . . .  345

Sergey Abashin

Soviet Central Asia on the Periphery . . . 359

Jeff Sahadeo

Home and Away: Why the Asian Periphery Matters in Russian History . . .  375

Reaction

David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye

On the Edge? Central Asia’s Place in the Field . . .  389

Review Essay

Anatoly Pinsky

Soviet Modernity Post-Stalin: The State, Emotions, and Subjectivities  . . .  395

Reviews

Ekaterina Boltunova

The Russian Officer Corps and Military Efficiency, 1800–1914 . . . 413

Olga Haldey

The Melodrama of City Life in Early 20th-Century Russia  . . .  423

Faith Hillis

Warsaw Jews and the 1905 Revolution  . . . 429

Alexis Peri

Survival and Subversion during the Great Patriotic War  . . .  437

Ingrid Kleespies

Tourism Soviet-Style . . .  444

Thomas M. Bohn

Soviet History as a History of Urbanization . . . 451

In Memoriam

Brian J. Boeck

Edward L. Keenan (1935–2015)  . . .  459

 

Contributors to This Issue  . . .  467

 

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