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Volodymyr Kravchenko

, Taras Shevchenko, Lesia Ukrainka, and Ivan Franko, were commemorated in the same way. This exercise still fit quite comfortably into the framework of the Little-Russian discourse, which itself had been inherited by the Soviet discourse from the imperial Russian one. The Little-Russian early modern

Ellie R. Schainker

. 1 Lehmann’s book, characteristic of nineteenth-century Orthodox Jewish historical fiction in German, used the historical memory of forced conversions of Jews in medieval and early modern Europe to forge a new path to integration in tolerant, Protestant environs. It is thus ironic that this

William Jay Risch

under interwar Poland – had been the site of two competing national projects, Polish and Ukrainian. Despite L’viv being a multicultural city since early modern times, its different ethnic groups did not form a larger sense of community. World War II brought about mass murder, forced transfers of

Donald W. Treadgold

sort found in ancient Athens and medieval Switzerland, had its coun- terparts in medieval Novgorod and Pskov and the early modern Cossacks, and the pre-revolutionary Russian Duma was not radically unlike the Prus- sian parliament. Neither nature nor nurture rules out the possibility of democ- racy in

J.C. Sharman

building present in Europe in early modern times has reversed itself in the post-Communist environment. Whereas previously modern states have been the (somewhat unintended) product of military competition with external rivals, at present the effort to establish modern states from the wreckage of the Soviet

Patrick Lally Michelson

); Alexander M. Martin, Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries: Russian Conservative Th ought and Politics in the Reign of Alexander I (DeKalb, IL, 1997); Max J. Okenfuss, Th e Rise and Fall of Latin Humanism in Early-Modern Russia: Pagan Authors, Ukrainians, and the Resiliency of Muscovy (Leiden, 1995); Derek Off

Ksenia Tartarchenko

third-person. It would be a mistake to dismiss the reedition as the piece of nostalgia or even propaganda. Marxist political economy shapes its analytical categories, but Vize uses a unique set of sources to make his arguments. The early modern parts of the book draw on a wide range of sources in

James M. White and Alexander S. Palkin

:// . 27 Radislav Viacheslavovich Kaurkin is presently an assistant professor ( dotsent ) at the Higher School of Economics in Nizhnii Novgorod and has written on various aspects of medieval and early modern Russian history. Olga Anatol’evna Pavlova defended a kandidat dissertation on

Matthew Payne

-45; Peter Brown, "Early Modern Russian Bureau- cracy : The Evolution of the Chancellory System from Ivan ill to Peter the Great, 1478- 1717," Ph. D., diss, Univ. of Chicago, 1978; Hans J. Torke, "Crime and Punishment in the Pre-Petrine Civil Service: The Problem of Control," in Ezra Mendolsohn and Mar

Patryk Reid

, TsGART, f. 146, op. 1, d. 78, l. 125. 36 See, for example, John W. Randolph, “The Singing Coachman or, The Road and Russia’s Ethnographic Invention in Early Modern Times,” Journal of Early Modern History 11, nos. 1–2 (Winter 2007): 33–61. 37 M.A. Beznin and T.M. Dimoni argue that forms of