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Boris Mironov

* This research was supported by grant No 15-18-00119 from the Russian Science Foundation. The period from the seventeenth to the beginning of the twentieth century saw a phenomenal growth in the area and population of Russia. From 1646 to 1917, her population increased from 7 million to 180

Willard Sunderland

, the St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Russian Science Foundation (Project No. 15-18-00119). 1 Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv Respubliki Kryma ( gark ), f.26, op.2, d.911, ll.1-1(b). 2 Boris Kolonitskii, ‘Tragicheskaia erotica:’ obrazy imperatorskoi

) have become standard sources of informa- tion on pre-revolutionary Russian science, while his history of the Soviet Academy of Science, Empire of Knowledge (1984), displayed Vucinich's formidable and encyclo- pedic knowledge extending well into the Soviet period. Einstein and Soviet Ideology continues

James Schofield Saeger, Linda Gerstein, Ronald D. Landa, E. Willis Brooks, Stephen Blank, Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal and Benjamin L. Benford

. His Essays in Tektology is, however available in English (translated by George Gorelik) and Leland Fetzger includes Red Star (1908) in his volume on pre- revolutionary Russian science fiction. The Graham/Rougle/Stites volume, however, includes not only Red Star but Bogdanov's other utopian

RICHARD WORTMAN

principal role as a representative o f Russian science. In the introduction to his account, he emphasized that the primary goals o f his expedition were scientific, unlike the expeditions o f the previous fifteen years, which "were des- tined to carry cargoes to Okhotsk and Kamchatka, and to cruise around

Maya Haber

. Hachten, “In Service to Science and Society: Scientists and the Public in Late-Nineteenth-Century Russia,” Osiris, 2nd Series 17, Science and Civil Society (2002); Joseph Bradley, Voluntary Associations in Tsarist Russia : Science, Patriotism, and Civil Society (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University

“I Would Sacrifice Myself for my Academy and its Glory!”

August Ludwig von Schlözer and the Discovery of the Hypatian Chronicle

Alexander V. Maiorov

, was first published in 1871. 80 1 The study was carried out with the financial support of the Russian Science Foundation (Poccийcкий Haучный Фoнд), project number 16-18-10137. 2 Donald G. Ostrowski, “Introduction,” in Donald G. Ostrowski, ed., The “Pověst’ Vremennykh Lět”: An

I. I. Verniaev

* This research was supported by grant N 15-18-00119 from the Russian Science Foundation. Since the middle of the 18th century, the gradual transformation of Old Belief policy in Russia was determined by the general context of the evolution of the empire. New tasks of imperial expansion and

Alexey Novozhilov

* This research was supported by grant N 15-18-00119 from the Russian Science Foundation. The study of nationality policy in pivotal historical eras is an important topic of current historical, politological, and ethnological research. The most needful research concerns the role of elites in

Sergey Savin and Elisaveta Rodionova

confrontation between Russia and the West. Translated from the Russian by Jan M. Surer * This research was supported by grant N 15-18-00119 from the Russian Science Foundation. 1 V.A. Tishkov, Etnologiia i politika: Nauchnaia publitsistika (Moscow: Nauka, 2001), 62. 2 G