Volume 7, Number 2 (Spring 2006)

Special Issue: Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part I. Intellectual Biographies and Late Imperial Russia

From the Editors

An Interview with James Billington . . . 165

Subjecthood and Citizenship in Russia . . . 171

Note from the Editors . . . 172

Articles

Eric Lohr
The Ideal Citizen and Real Subject in Late Imperial Russia . . . 173

Randall A. Poole
Religion, War, and Revolution: E. N. Trubetskoi’s Liberal Construction of Russian National Identity, 1912–20 . . . 195

Peter Holquist
Dilemmas of a Progressive Administrator: Baron Boris Nolde . . . 241

Reaction

Richard Wortman
Intellectual Constructs and Political Issues . . . 275

Review Article

Dominic Lieven
Russia and the Defeat of Napoleon (1812–14) . . . 283

Review Essays

Carolyn J. Pouncy
Missed Opportunities and the Search for Ivan the Terrible . . . 309

Christine D. Worobec
Lived Orthodoxy in Imperial Russia . . . 329

Reviews

Barbara Walker
Jochen Hellbeck, ed., Autobiographical Practices in Russia/Autobiographische Praktiken in Russland . . . 351

William G. Rosenberg
Igor´ Narskii, Zhizn´ v katastrofe: Budni naseleniia Urala v 1917–1922 gg. (Life in Catastrophe: Everyday Life in the Urals, 1917–1922); Donald J. Raleigh, Experiencing Russia's Civil War: Politics, Society, and Revolutionary Culture in Saratov, 1917–1922 . . . 359

Julia Khmelevskaya
Mauricio Borrero, Hungry Moscow: Scarcity and Urban Society in the Russian Civil War, 1917–1921; A. Iu. Davydov, Nelegal´noe snabzhenie rossiiskogo naseleniia i vlast´, 1917–1921: Meshochniki (The Illegal Supply of the Russian Population and the Regime, 1917–1921: Bagmen)]; Julie Hessler, A Social History of Soviet Trade: Trade Policy, Retail Practices, and Consumption, 1917–1953 . . .  371

Mark Mazower
Timothy Snyder, Sketches from a Secret War: A Polish Artist’s Mission to Liberate Soviet Ukraine . . . 379

Richard Pipes
Nikolai Nikolaevich Bolkhovitinov, Russkie uchenye-emigranty (G. V. Vernadskii, M. M. Karpovich, M. T. Florinskii) i stanovlenie rusistiki v SShA (Russian Scholarly Emigrants [G. V. Vernadsky, M. M. Karpovich, M. T. Florinsky] and the Rise of Russian Studies in the United States); Evgenii Vladimirovich Kodin, “Garvardskii Proekt” (The Harvard Project) . . . 383

Contributors to This Issue . . . 389

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