Boris Lvin (bbb) wrote,
Boris Lvin

В Мэриленде обсуждают историю России

Sixth Annual Maryland Workshop on New Approaches to Russia and Soviet History
May 3-4, 2002

Chester S. L. Dunning (Texas A&M University)
Terror in the Time of Troubles

Georg Michels (University of California, Riverside)
Ruling Without Mercy: Seventeenth-Century Russian Bishops and Their Officials

Claudio Sergio Ingerflom (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris)
On The Temporal Analogy. The 1930 Antichrist: From Stalin to Peter the Great

Paul Werth (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
Violence and the Meanings of Faith: Coerced Conversion and the Baptism of the Volga Peoples Region, 1700-1764

Peter Holquist (Cornell University)
Violent Russia, Deadly Marxism? Russia in the Epoch of Violence, 1905-1921

Eric Lohr (Harvard University)
Patriotic Violence and the State during World War I: The Moscow Riots of May 1915

Sally Boniece (Frostburg State University)
The Spiridonova Case, 1906: Terror, Myth, and Martyrdom

Kenneth Pinnow (Allegheny College)
Who is the Victim?: Violence Against the Self and the Problem of Social Integration in Early Soviet Russia

Glennys Young (University of Washington)
The Aesthetics of Violence in Soviet Public Culture during the "Great Terror": The Case of Pravda

Amir Weiner (Stanford University)
The Empires Pay a Visit: Reform, Revolt, and Rebirth in The Soviet Western Frontier, 1956-57

Samuel Baron (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Reflections on the Novocherkassk Massacre

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