Volume 4, Number 3 (Summer 2003)

Special Issue: Political Violence in Russian and Soviet History

From the Editors

Violence, “Political” Violence, and Terror in Russian History  . . .  485

Articles

Chester S. L. Dunning

Terror in the Time of Troubles  . . .  491

Georg Michels

Ruling Without Mercy: Seventeenth-Century Russian Bishops and Their Officials  . . .  515

Paul W. Werth

Coercion and Conversion: Violence and the Mass Baptism of the Volga Peoples, 1740–55  . . .  543

Sally A. Boniece

The Spiridonova Case, 1906: Terror, Myth, and Martyrdom  . . .  571

Eric Lohr

Patriotic Violence and the State: The Moscow Riots of May 1915  . . .  607

Peter Holquist

Violent Russia, Deadly Marxism? Russia in the Epoch of Violence, 1905–21  . . .  627

Kenneth M. Pinnow

Violence Against the Collective Self and the Problem of Social Integration in Early Bolshevik Russia  . . .  653

Reactions

Laura Engelstein

Weapon of the Weak (Apologies to James Scott): Violence in Russian History  . . .  679

Michael Geyer

Some Hesitant Observations Concerning “Political Violence”  . . .  695

Review Article

John Keep

Sergei Sergeevich Dmitriev and His Diary . . . 709

Reviews

Brian Boeck

Nikolai Aleksandrovich Mininkov, Donskoe kazachestvo v epokhu pozdnego srednevekov'ia (do 1671); Serhii Plokhy, The Cossacks and Religion in Early Modern Ukraine; Dimitrii Vladimirovich Sen´, “Voisko Kubanskoe Ignatovo Kavkazskoe”: Istoricheskie puti kazakov- nekrasovtsev (1708 g.–konets 1920-kh gg.); Shane O'Rourke, Warriors and Peasants: The Don Cossacks in Late Imperial Russia . . . 735

Amy Nelson

Sergei Sergeevich Ippolitov and Almaziia Garafovna Kataeva. “Ne mogu otorvat´sia ot Rossii...” Russkie knigoizdateli v Germanii v 1920-kh gg. . . . 747

Jörg Baberowski

J. Arch Getty and Oleg V. Naumov, eds., The Road to Terror: Stalin and the Self-Destruction of the Bolsheviks, 1932-1939; Lewis Siegelbaum and Andrei Sokolov, eds., Stalinism as a Way of Life . . . 752

Oleg Khlevniuk

Marc Jansen and Nikita Petrov, Stalin's Loyal Executioner: People's Commissar Nikolai Ezhov, 1895-1940 . . . 760

Ethan Pollock

Nikolai Krementsov, The Cure: A Story of Cancer and Politics from the Annals of the Cold War; V. D. Esakov and E. S. Levina, Delo KR: Sudy chesti v ideologii i praktike poslevoennogo stalinizma . . . 768

Contributors to This Issue . . . 777

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