Ann M. Kleimola: A Bibliography

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Justice in Medieval Russia: Muscovite Judgment Charters (Pravye Gramoty) of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1975.

Russian Private Law xivxvii Centuries, trans. and eds. Dewey H.W. and Kleimola A.M. , Michigan Slavic Materials No. 9 (Ann Arbor, 1973).

The Zakon sudnyj ljudem (Court Law for the People), translation with introduction and commentary by H.W. Dewey and A.M. Kleimola, Michigan Slavic Materials No. 14 (Ann Arbor, 1977).

Studies in Early and Modern Russian History and Literature: Festschrift in Honor of H.W. Dewey’s Sixtieth Birthday, ed. with Fine J.V.A. Jr. Russian History vii, nos. 1 2, (1980).

Zimin A.A. . Soviet Studies in History xx, no. 2 (Fall 1981).

Culture and Identity in Muscovy, 1359–1584 , eds. Kleimola A.M. and Lenhoff G.D. . (Moscow, 1997).

The Book of Royal Degrees and the Genesis of Russian Historical Consciousness/“Stepennaia kniga tsarskogo rodosloviia” i genesis russkogo istoricheskogo soznaniia , eds. Lenhoff Gail and Kleimola Ann . (Bloomington, 2011).

Promise and Perfidy in Old Russian Cross-kissing,” Canadian Slavic Studies, (Fall 1968) (with H.W. Dewey).

The Petition (chelobitnaia) as an Old Russian Literary Genre,” Slavic and East European Journal (Fall 1970) (with H.W. Dewey).

Suretyship and Collective Responsibility in Pre-Petrine Russia,” Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas (September 1970) (with H.W. Dewey).

Formulae and Formulism in Muscovite Judgment Charters,” Canadian-American Slavic Studies (Fall 1972).

The Duty to Denounce in Muscovite Russia,” Slavic Review (December 1972).

Boris Godunov and the Politics of Mestnichestvo,” Slavonic and East European Review, (July 1975).

Coercion by Righter (Pravezh) in Old Russian Administration,” Canadian-American Slavic Studies, (Summer 1975) (with H.W. Dewey).

Old Muscovite Amnesties: Theory and Practice,” Russian History (Spring 1976) (with H.W. Dewey).

Law and Social Change in Medieval Russia,” Oxford Slavonic Papers (1976).

The Muscovite Autocracy at Work: The Use of Disgrace as an Instrument of Control,” in Russian Law: Historical and Political Perspectives , ed. Butler William E. (Leyden, 1977).

The Changing Face of the Muscovite Autocracy—The Sixteenth Century: Sources of Weakness,” Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 25, no. 4 (1977).

Muscovy Redux,” Russian History 4, no. 1 (1977).

Up Through Servitude: The Changing Condition of the Muscovite Elite in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries,” Russian History 6, Part 2 (1979).

Status, Place and Politics: The Rise of Mestnichestvo during the Boiarskoe Pravlenie,” Forschungen zur osteuropäischen Geschichte 27 (1980).

Military Service and Elite Status in Muscovy in the Second Quarter of the Sixteenth Century,” Russian History 7, nos. 1–2 (1980).

From the Kinship Group to Every man His Brother’s Keeper: Collective Responsibility in Pre-Petrine Russia,” Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 30 (1982) (with H.W. Dewey).

Muted Eulogy: Women Who Inspired Men in Medieval Rus’,” Russian History 10, Part 2 (1983) (with H.W. Dewey).

Russian Collective Consciousness; The Kievan Roots,” Slavonic and East European Review 62, no. 2 (1984) (with H.W. Dewey).

Kliuchevskii and the Boyars: The Master and His Model,” Canadian-American Slavic Studies 20, nos. 3–4 (1984).

Patterns of Duma Recruitment, 1505–1550,” in Essays in Honor of A.A. Zimin , ed. Waugh Daniel C. (Columbus, Ohio, 1985).

Kto kogo: Patterns of Duma Recruitment, 1547–1564,” Forschungen zur osteuropäischen Geschichte, 38 (1986).

Ivan the Terrible and his ‘Go-fers’: Aspects of State Security in the 1560s,” Russian History 14, nos. 1–4, (1987).

Reliance on the Tried and True: Ivan iv and Appointments to the Boyar Duma, 1565–1584,” Forschungen zur osteuropäischen geschichte 46 (1992).

Holding on in the ‘Stamped-Over District’—The Survival of a Provincial Elite,” Russian History 19, nos. 1–4 (1992).

‘In Accordance with the Canons of the Holy Apostles’: Muscovite Dowries and Women’s Property Rights,” Russian Review 51 (1992).

From Here to Obscurity: The Riazan’ Provincial Elite and the Muscovite State in the 16th–17th Centuries,” in Sosloviia i gosudarstvennaia vlast’ v Rossii, xv- seredina xix vv.: Chteniia pamiati akademika L.V. Cherepnina, Part ii (Moscow, 1994).

Good Breeding, Muscovite Style: ‘Horse Culture’ in Early Modern Rus’,” Forschungen zur osteuropäischen Geschichte 50 (1995).

The Romanovs and the Cult of Tsarevich Dmitrii: Graphic Reflections,” in Religiia i tserkov’ v kul’turno-istoricheskom razvitii russkogo severa (k 450-letiiu prepodobnogo Trifona, viatskogo chudotvortsa), vol. 1 (Kirov, 1996).

Genealogy and Identity among the Riazan’ Elite,” in Culture and Identity in Muscovy, 1389–1584, eds. Kleimola A.M. and Lenhoff G.D. (Moscow, 1997).

The Canonization of Tsarevich Dmitrii: A Kinship of Interests,” Russian History/Histoire Russe 25, nos. 1–2 (1998).

Women’s Cultural Patronage in Early Modern Rus’: Was Muscovy Europe?” in Mesto Rossii v Evrope/The Place of Russia in Europe, ed. Szvák Gyula (Budapest, 1999).

Visions of Horses,” Mesto Rossii v Evrope [=Ruszisztikai Konyvekix ] (Budapest, 2001).

A Woman’s Gift: The Patronage of Commemoration in the Russian North,” in Russische und Ukrainische Geschichte vom 16.–18. Jahrhundert , eds. Crummey Robert O. , Holm Sundhaussen, Ricarda Vulpius (Wiesbaden, 2001).

Horse Sense: The Emergence of Muscovite Veterinary Medicine,” in Moskoviia: Spetsifika razvitiia [=Ruszisztikai Könyvek, xiii ] (Budapest, 2003).

The Church of the Icon of the Kazan’ Mother of God on Red Square: A Symbol of Unity for Russian Society,” (with Brigit Farley), in Burden or Blessing: Russian Orthodoxy and the Construction of Civil Society and Democracy , ed. Marsh Christopher (New York, 2005).

Cultural Convergence: The Equine Connection between Muscovy and Europe,” in The Culture of the Horse: Status, Discipline, and Identity in the Early Modern World , eds. Raber Karen and Tucker Treva (New York, 2005).

Following the Threads: The Rediscovery and Restoration of Muscovite Iconographic Needlework,” Novye napravleniia i rezul’taty v mezhdunarodnykh issledovaniiakh po rusistike [= Ruszistika Könyvekxvi ] (Budapest, 2005).

Visual Evidence of the Cult of St. Vladimir,” (with Charles J. Halperin), Die Welt der Slaven 51, no. 2 (2006).

The Icon as Open Book: Reflections of North Russian Culture,” Festschrift in Honor of Norman W. Ingham [Russian History/Histoire Russe 33, nos. 2/3/4 (2006)].

A Century of Reappraisals: The Severnye Pis’ma and the ‘Uncovering’ of a Vologda School of Icon Painting,” Regional’nye shkoly russkoi istoriografii [= Ruszisztikai Könyvekxviii ] (2007).

Regulating Icon Painters in the Era of the Ulozhenie: Evidence from the Russian North,” Festschrift in Honor of Richard Hellie, Part i [Russian History/Histoire Russe 34, nos. 1–4 (2007)].

Icon-Painting in the Russian North: Evidence from the Antonievo-Siiskii Monastery,” in Rude & Barbarous Kingdom Revisited: Essays in Russian History and Culture in Honor of Robert O. Crummey, eds. Dunning Chester S.L. , Martin Russell E. and Rowland Daniel (Bloomington, Indiana, 2008).

The Icon of the Kazan’ Mother of God: The Muscovite Origins of a Russian Palladium,” in Gosudarstvo i natsiia v Rossii i Tsentral’no-vostochnoi Evrope: Ruszisztikai Könyvekxxii (Budapest, 2009).

A Legacy of Kindness: V.L. Durov’s Revolutionary Approach to Animal Training,” in Other Animals: Beyond the Human in Russian Culture and History , eds. Nelson Amy and Costlow Jane (Pittsburgh, 2010).

Konnye obrazy,” in Mesto Rossii v Evrope i Azii: Sbornik nauchnykh trudov (Budapest-Moscow, 2010); reprinted in The Place of Russia in Europe and Asia [East European Monographs No. dcclxix] (Boulder, co, 2010).

Hunting for Dogs in Seventeenth-Century Rus’,” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, no. 3 (Summer 2010); also published in Everyday Life in Russian History: Quotidian Studies in Honor of Daniel Kaiser, eds. Marker Gary , Neuberger Joan , Poe Marshall , and Rupp Susan (Bloomington, in, 2010).

Ivan iv and the Staritskie: Post-Modern Narratives from a Pre-Modern State,” in The Book of Royal Degrees and the Genesis of Russian Historical Consciousness/“Stepennaia kniga tsarskogo rodosloviia” i genesis russkogo istoricheskogo soznaniia (Bloomington, in, 2011).

Power, Sainthood, and the Art of Myth,” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 12, no. 4 (Fall 2011).

‘I will not listen to my mother’: Vladimir Staritskii’s Oaths of 1554,” in Rusistika Ruslana Skrynnikova. Sbornik statei pamiati professor R.G. Skrynnikova, v chest’ ego 80-letiia , eds. Svaka Dzh. and Tiumentsev I.O. (Budapest-Volgograd, 2011).

The Paradoxes of Kozheozero,” Russian History , vol. 39, nos. 1–2 (2012).

Ni pes ni vyzhlets ni gonchaia sobaka: Images of Dogs in Rus’,” in Dubitando: Studies in History and Culture in Honor of Donald Ostrowski , eds. Boeck Brian , Martin Russell E. , and Rowland Daniel (Bloomington, in, 2012).

Karamzin, Ivan the Terrible, and Rousseau’s Ideal of the Virtuous Woman,” in Istorik i mir—mir istorika v Rossii i Tsentral’no-Vostochnoi Evrope [=Ruszisztikai Könyvekxxxvi ] (Budapest: Russica Pannonicana, 2012).


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