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Anna Artyushina

keep moving back and forth between the two ( Shapin, 2008 ). Akademgorodok professionals do not contemplate that as a viable option because of the poor state of many segments of Russian science. However, they find their own ways to pursue scientifically valuable work. Akademgorodok scientist

RICHARD STITES

, Russkii sovetskii nauchno-fantasticheskii roman (Leningrad: Nauka, 1970), D. Suvin, “The Utopian Tradition of Russian Science Fiction,” Modern Language Review , 66 (1979), 139-59; P. Nicholls et al ., eds., Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (Granada, 1979), pp. 511-12; V. Sviatlovskii, Russkii

Andreas Renner

Europeanization or of the emancipation of genuine Russian science from foreign tutelage (Brückner 1887 ; Tikotin 1950 ). 2 In this section I examine the introduction of a new medicine in eighteenth-century Russia not in comparison with its foreign roots, but against the backdrop of an older and heterogeneous

type of reader in mind: an educated person who knows little about the history of Russian and Soviet science and technology but would like to read one book on the subject." With this goal he has structured the main text (203 pages) into three parts titled "The tsarist period," "Russian science and a

Gregory Freeze

* This research was supported by grant No 15-18-00119 from the Russian Science Foundation. Scholarship on Confessions: From Near Extinction to post-Soviet Recovery The first decades of Soviet power virtually eliminated religious history as a field of serious scholarly inquiry. The state

have mean- while been learning ways to coopt the public into their projects and to manage public opinion along with nature. A comparative analysis of Russian science and technology, concludes Graham, is thus ultimately not only about Russia but also about America. The book raises some very important

Michael Herceg Westren

more time, ultimately doing Russian science and letters a service by pub- lishing translations more faithful to the originals. 370 With regard to prices, Et- tinger repeated the line that guaranteed monopolies lowered the risk for pub- lishers, who could afford to publish in larger editions at lower

were not seeking political advantages as an indication of their success, the appendix to vol. 1 (pp. 203-29) on Russian science in Australia' describes the scientific work accomplished by these explorers. As Professor Barratt says (p. 120), Colonial acceptance of the need to be obliging to the Russians