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Janet Martin—Bibliography

in Russian History

References

A History of Medieval Russia 988–1584 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press1995; 2nd revised ed. 2007).

Treasure of the Land of Darkness: A Study of the Fur Trade in Medieval Russia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press1986; pb edition 2004).

WithGail LenhoffSmolensk after the Mongol Invasions: A ReconstructionDie Welt der Slaven LIX (2014): 11136.

Netstvo and the Conditionality of Pomest’e Land Tenure” in Dubitando: Studies in History and Culture in Honor of Donald Ostrowski eds. BoeckBrianMartinRussell E. and RowlandDaniel pp. 46173. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers2012.

Simeon Bekbulatovich and Steppe Politics: Some Thoughts on Donald Ostrowski’s Interpretation of the Tsar’s Remarkable CareerRussian History39 (2012): 33138.

Economic Effectiveness of the Muscovite Pomest’e System: An Examination of Estate Incomes and Military Expenses in the mid-16th Century” in Warfare in Eastern Europe 15001800 ed. DaviesBrian pp. 1934. Leiden: Brill2012.

From Fathers to Sons? Property and Inheritance Rights of Pomeshchiki in 16th-century Muscovy” in Rusistika Ruslana Skrynnikova eds. SzvákGyula and TiumentsevIgor pp. 6875. Budapest and Volgograd2011.

Russian Agrarian Economy, 1200–1500” in Europe in the Middle Ages: Patterns of Economic Growth and Crisis ed. KitsikopoulosHarilaos pp. 292329. New York and London: Routledge2011.

The Mongol Elite in Muscovy, Rhetoric vs. Reality: The Portrayal of Tsar Shah Ali in The Book of Degrees of the Royal Genealogy” in The Book of Royal Degrees and Russian Historical Consciousness” eds. LenhoffGail and KleimolaAnn pp. 21729. Bloomington, IN: Slavica2011.

The Heritability of Pomest’e Estates in 16th-Century Muscovy: An Analysis of the Experiences of Four Service FamiliesEveryday Life in Russian History: Quotidian Studies in Honor of Daniel Kaiser eds. MarkerGaryNeubergerJoanPoeMarshall and RuppSusan pp. 23146. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers2010.

Religious Ideology and Chronicle Depictions of Muslims in 16th-Century Muscovy” in The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland eds. KivelsonValeriePetroneKarenShields KollmannNancy and FlierMichael S. pp. 28599. Bloomington, IN: Slavica2009.

The First East Slavic State” in A Companion to Russian History ed. GleasonAbbott pp. 3450. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell2009.

Two Pomeshchiki from the Novgorod Lands: Their Fates and Fortunes during the Livonian WarRussian History34 (2007): 239253.

Calculating Seniority and the Contests for Succession in Kievan Rus’Russian History33 (2006): 267281.

North-eastern Russia and the Golden Horde (1246–1359)” in The Cambridge History of Russia vol. 1: From Early Rus’ to 1689 ed. PerrieMaureen pp. 127157. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press2006.

The Emergence of Moscow (1359–1462)” in The Cambridge History of Russia vol. 1: From Early Rus’ to 1689 ed. PerrieMaureen pp. 158187. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press2006.

Coins, Commerce, and the Conceptualization of Kievan Rus’Pre-Modern Russia and Its World: Essays in Honor of Thomas S. Noonan eds. RyersonKathrynStavrosTheofanis G. and TracyJames D. pp. 161172. Weisbaden: Harrassowitz2006. Originally presented as paper delivered at the Symposium Honoring the Work of Thomas S. Noonan held at the University of Minnesota November 2002.

The Pomest’e System as a Means of Support for Women in Sixteenth-Century Novgorod” in New Directions and Results in International Russistics ed. SzvákGyula pp. 6173. Budapest: Magyar Ruszisztikai Intézet2005.

The Sixteenth-Century Legacy” in Modernizing Muscovy: Reform and Social Change in Seventeenth-Century Russia eds. KotilaineJarmo and PoeMarshall pp. 927. London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon2004.

Peculiarities of the Pomest’e System: A Comparison of Novgorod and Tver’ in the Mid-Sixteenth Century” in Muscovite Russia: The Peculiarities of its Development ed. SzvákGyula pp. 7687. Budapest: Magyar Ruszisztikai Intézet2003.

Tatars in the Muscovite Army during the Livonian War” in The Military and Society in Russia 1450–1917 ed. LohrEric and PoeMarshall pp. 365387. Leiden: Brill2002.

Tatar Pomeshchiki in Muscovy (1560s–70s)” in The Place of Russia in Eurasia ed. SzvákGyula pp. 11420. Budapest: Magyar Ruszisztikai Intézet2001. Originally presented at the International Conference on “The Place of Russia in Eurasia” Budapest Hungary May 22–23 2000.

Multiethnicity in Muscovy: A Consideration of Christian and Muslim Tatars in the 1550s–1580sJournal of Early Modern History Vol. 5 No. 1 (2001): 123. Originally presented as “Multiethnicity in Muscovy: The Tatars in the Russian Army during the Livonian War” presented at the Early Modern History Workshop University of Minnesota March 10 2000.

Gail LenhoffWithMarfa Boretskaia, Posadnitsa of Novgorod: A Reconsideration of her Legend and her LifeSlavic Review 59 (2000): 343368.

The Fur Trade and the Conquest of Sibir’” in Sibérie II. Questions sibériennes. Histoire Cultures Littérature ed. ChichloBoris pp. 6780. Paris: Institut d’études Slaves1999. Revised version of paper originally presented at the Colloque international: Sibérie Paris France May 24–27 1983.

Russia, to 1450” in Russia: A History ed. FreezeGregory pp. 226. Oxford: Oxford University Press1997.

Mobility, Forced Resettlement and Regional Identity in Muscovy” in Culture and Identity in Muscovy 1359–1584/Moskovskaia Rus’ (1359–1584): Kul’tura i istoricheskoe samosoznanieucla Slavic Studies n.s. vol. III eds. A. M. Kleimola and G. D. Lenhoff pp. 431–449. Moscow: itz-Garant 1997. Revised version of “Forced Resettlement and Provincial Identity” delivered at Conference on “Cultural Identity in a Multicultural State: Muscovy 1359–1584” held at ucla in March 1994 and sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

‘Backwardness’ in Russian Peasant Culture: A Theoretical Consideration of Agricultural Practices in the Seventeenth Century” in Religion and Culture in Early Modern Russia and Ukraine eds. BaronSamuel H. and KollmannNancy S. pp. 1933. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Press1997. Revised version of “A Consideration of Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Economic Developments in Seventeenth-Century Muscovy: ‘If It Ain’t Broke Don’t Fix It’ “presented at the Second Summer Workshop on Early Slavic Culture sponsored by the Social Science Research Council and held at Stanford University June 1993.

Widows, Welfare and the Pomest’e System in the Sixteenth CenturyHarvard Ukrainian Studies 19 (1995): 375388 [issued 1997].

LenhoffWith G.D.Torgovo-khoziaistvennyi i kul’turnyi kontekst ‘Khozheniia za tri moria’ Afanasiia NikitinaTrudy otdeleniia drevnei russkoi literatury (Transactions of the division of Ancient Russian Literature published by the Institute of Literature of the Soviet Academy of Sciences) 47 (1993): 95120. Revised translated version Lenhoff and Martin (1989).

Economic Survival in the Novgorod Lands in the 1580sin New Perspectives on Muscovite History: Proceedings of the 1990 icsees Congress ed. LindseyHughes pp. 101128. London: Macmillan Press1993. Originally presented under the title “Economic Survival in the Novgorod Lands (1580s)” at IV World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies Harrogate England July 21–26 1990.

Muscovite Frontier Policy: The Case of the Khanate of KasimovRussian History 19 Nos. 1–4 (1992): 169179. Revised version of “Frontier Policies of the Muscovite State” presented at the Conference on the Role of the Frontier in Rus’/Russian History Eighth through Eighteenth Centuries Chicago IL May 29–31 1992.

The Novokshcheny of Novgorod: Assimilation in the Sixteenth CenturyCentral Asian Survey 9 No. 2 (1990): 1338. Originally presented under the title “The Tatars of Novgorod: Assimilation in the Sixteenth Century” at the 21st National Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Chicago November 2–5 1989.

LenhoffWith G.D.The Commercial and Cultural Context of Afanasij Nikitin’s Journey beyond Three SeasJahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 37 No. 3 (1989): 321344.

Russian Expansion in the Far North: X to mid-XVI Century” in Russian Colonial Expansion to 1917 edited by RywkinMichael pp. 2343. London: Mansell Publishing Limited1988.

Economic Development in the Varzuga Fishing Volost’ during the Reign of Ivan IVRussian History 14 Nos. 1–4 (1987): 315332. Originally presented at the Quarcentenary of Ivan Groznyi 1584–1984 Chicago IL March 24–25 1984.

The Tiumen Khanate’s Encounters with Muscovy (1481–1505)Passé Turco—Tatar Présent Soviétique. Études offertes à Alexandre Bennigsen/ Turco—Tatar Past Soviet Present. Studies Presented to Alexandre Bennigsen pp. 7987. Paris: Editions de l’Écoles des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales1986.

Muscovite Travelling Merchants: the Trade with the Muslim East (15th and 16th Centuries)Central Asian Survey 4 No. 3 (1985): 2138.

Muscovite Relations with the Khanates of Kazan and the Crimea (1460s to 1521)Canadian—American Slavic Studies 17 No. 4 (1983): 435453.

Muscovy’s Northeastern Expansion: The Context and a CauseCahiers du monde russe et soviétique XXIV No. 4 (1983): 459470. Originally presented as “Muscovite Relations with the Peoples of the North in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries” at the 14th Annual Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Washington d.c. October 14–17 1982.

Volga Trade: Commercial Relations of Bulgar with Central Asia and Iran in the Medieval PeriodInternational Journal of Turkish Studies I No. 2 (1980). Originally presented at the International Conference on Turkish Studies University of Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin May 25–27 1979.

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