Current Issue

Volume 74

Number 4, Winter 2015

CRITICAL FORUM ON UKRAINE

Integration and Disintegration: Europe, Ukraine, and the World

Timothy Snyder 695

 

On Public Intellectuals and Their Conceptual Frameworks

Maria Todorova 708

 

Deconstructing Integration: Ukraine’s Postcolonial Subjectivity

Ilya Gerasimovand Marina Mogilner 715

 

Post-Maidan Europe and the New Ukrainian Studies

Andrii Portnov 723

 

The Postcolonial Is Not Enough

Yaroslav Hrytsak 732

ARTICLES

Heroes, Victims, Role Models: Representing the Child Soldiers of the Warsaw Uprising

Ewa Stańczyk 738

 

Tandeta (Trash): Bruno Schulz and the Micropolitics of Everyday Life

George Gasyna 760

 

“I Know What Motivation Is”: The Politics of Emotion and Viktor Shklovskii’s Sentimental Rhetoric

Rad Borislavov 785

 

The Sacralization of Violence: Bolshevik Justifications for Violence and Terror during the Civil War

James Ryan 808

 

Where Was the Conscience of the Revolution? The Military Opposition at the Eighth Party Congress (March 1919)

Gayle Lonergan 832

 

Imperial Incarcerations: Ekaterina Breshko-Breshkovskaia, Vinayak Savarkar, and the Original Sins of Modernity

Choi Chatterjee 850

REVIEW ESSAY

Michael S. Gorham, After Newspeak: Language Culture and Politics in Russia from Gorbachev to Putin

Mark Lipovetsky 873

FEATURED REVIEW

Pierre Gonneau, Ivan le Terrible, ou le Métier de tyran (Gail Lenhoff) 881

 

Ryan Tucker Jones, Empire of Extinction: Russians and the North Pacific’s Strange Beasts of the Sea, 1741-1867 (Nicholas Breyfogle) 884

 

Daniel P. Todes, Ivan Pavlov: A Russian Life in Science (Harley Balzer) 887

 

Alan Barenberg, Gulag Town, Company Town: Forced Labor and Its Legacy in Vorkuta (Donald Filtzer) 891

FILM REVIEWS

Sergei Loznitsa, dir., Maidan (Lilya Kaganovsky) 894

BOOK REVIEWS

Jan C. Behrends and Martin Kohlrausch, eds., Races to Modernity: Metropolitan Aspirations in Eastern Europe, 1890-1940 (Nathaniel D. Wood) 896

 

Leen Engelen and Kris van Heuckelom, eds., European Cinema after the Wall: Screening East-West Mobility (Catherine Portuges) 897

 

Madeline Reeves, Border Work: Spatial Lives of the State in Rural Central Asia (Cynthia Buckley) 899

 

Yuson Jung, Jakob A. Klein, and Melissa L. Caldwell, eds., Ethical Eating in the Postsocialist and Socialist World (Tanja Kamin) 901

 

Catherine Horel, ed., Les guerres balkaniques (1912-1913): Conflits, enjeux, mémoires (Richard C. Hall) 902

 

Sandra Studer, Erinnerungen an das jüdische Vilne: Literarische Bilder von Chaim Grade und Abraham Karpinovitsh (Mikhail Krutikov) 904

 

Andrew Wilson, Ukraine Crisis: What It Means for the West (Andreas Umland) 905

 

Stefan Troebst, Erinnerungskultur-Kulturgeschichte-Geschichtsregion: Ostmitteleuropa in Europa (Jan C. Behrends) 907

 

Nigel Swain, Green Barons, Force-of-Circumstance Entrepreneurs, Impotent Mayors: Rural Change in the Early Years of Post-Socialist Capitalist Democracy (Dietmar Müller) 908

 

Maria Koinova, Ethnonationalist Conflict in Post-Communist States: Varieties of Governance in Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Kosovo (John Ishiyama) 910

 

Soeren Keil, Multinational Federalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Francine Friedman) 911

 

Margit Tavits, Post-Communist Democracies and Party Organization (Maria Spirova) 912

 

Marija Ilić, Discourse and Ethnic Identity: The Case of the Serbs from Hungary (Tanja Petrović) 914

 

Marlene Spoerri, Engineering Revolution: The Paradox of Democracy Promotion in Serbia (Branislav Radeljić) 915

 

Michaela Schäuble, Narrating Victimhood: Gender, Religion and the Making of Place in Post-War Croatia (Catherine Baker) 916

 

Nicholas Sawicki, Na cestě kmodernosti: Umělecké sdruľení Osma a jeho okruh vletech 1900-1910 (Jessica E. Merrill) 918

 

Igor Pietraszewski, Jazz in Poland: Improvised Freedom, trans. Lucyna Stetkiewicz (David G. Tompkins) 919

 

Maria G. Rewakowicz, Literature, Exile, Alterity: The New York Group of Ukrainian Poets (Marko Pavlyshyn) 920

 

Dariusz Skórczewski, Teoria-literatura-dyskurs: Pejzaż postkolonialny (Joanna Niżyńska) 922

 

Giorgio Bertellini, Emir Kusturica (Andrew Horton) 923

 

Przemysław Czapliński, The Remnants of Modernity: Two Essays on Sarmatism and Utopia in Polish Contemporary Literature, trans. Thomas Anessi (Bożena Shallcross) 924

 

Sanja Bahun and John Haynes, eds., Cinema, State Socialism and Society in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 1917-1989: Re-Visions (Dina Iordanova) 926

 

 Jelena Bogdanović, Lilien Filipovitch Robinson, and Igor Marjanović, eds., On the Very Edge: Modernism and Modernity in the Arts and Architecture of Interwar Serbia (1918-1941) (Brigitte Le Normand) 927

 

Thomas Salumets, Unforced Flourishing: Understanding Jaan Kaplinski (Märt Väljataga) 929

 

Stephen F. Jones, ed., The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012: The First Georgian Republic and Its Successors (Jonathan Wheatley) 930

 

Zulfiya Tursunova, Women’s Lives and Livelihoods in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan: Ceremonies of Empowerment and Peacebuilding (Russell Zanca) 932

 

Jennifer Siegel, For Peace and Money: French and British Finance in the Service of Tsars and Commissars (Peter Gatrell) 934

 

Naomi Oreskes and John Krige, eds., Science and Technology in the Global Cold War (Andrew Jenks) 935

 

Michael G. Smith, Rockets and Revolution: A Cultural History of Early Spaceflight (Anindita Banerjee) 937

 

Alexandre Andreyev, The Myth of the Masters Revived: The Occult Lives of Nikolai and Elena Roerich (Asif Siddiqi) 938

 

Alexandre Sumpf, La Grande Guerre oubliée: Russie, 1914-1918 (Eric Lohr) 940

 

Olga Velikanova, Popular Perceptions of Soviet Politics in the 1920s: Disenchantment of the Dreamers (Sheila Fitzpatrick) 941

 

Julie K. deGraffenried, Sacrificing Childhood: Children and the Soviet State in the Great Patriotic War (Laurie Bernstein) 942

 

Sarah Davies and James Harris, Stalin’s World: Dictating the Soviet Order (Kevin McDermott) 943

 

Julie Draskoczy, Belomor: Criminality and Creativity in Stalin’s Gulag (Alan Barenberg) 945

 

Irina Paperno, “Who, What Am I?” Tolstoy Struggles to Narrate the Self (Radha Balasubramanian) 946

 

Friederike Kind-Kovács, Written Here, Published There: How Underground Literature Crossed the Iron Curtain (Ann Komaromi) 947

 

Yuri Leving, ed., Shades of Laura: Vladimir Nabokov’s Last Novel “The Original of Laura” (Lisa Ryoko Wakamiya) 948

 

Denise J. Youngblood, Bondarchuk’s “War and Peace”: Literary Classic to Soviet Cinematic Epic (Alexander Prokhorov) 950

 

James Steffen, The Cinema of Sergei Parajanov (Vance Kepley, Jr.) 952

 

Ekaterina Vassilieva, Das Motiv des Straflagers in der russischen Literatur der Postmoderne: Dovlatov, Sorokin, Makanin (Anne Hartmann) 953

 

Roland Cvetkovski and Alexis Hofmeister, eds., An Empire of Others: Creating Ethnographic Knowledge in Imperial Russia and the USSR (Nathaniel Knight) 954

 

Craig Campbell, Agitating Images: Photography against History in Indigenous Siberia (Sonja Luehrmann) 956

 

Francesca Stella, Lesbian Lives in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia: Post/Socialism and Gendered Sexualities (Laurie Essig) 957

 

Lara Ryazanova-Clarke, The Russian Language outside the Nation (Isabelle Kreindler) 958

 

Andrei P. Tsygankov, The Strong State in Russia: Development and Crisis (Richard Sakwa) 960

DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS, 2014 962
COLLECTED ESSAYS 971
OTHER BOOKS OF INTEREST 973
IN MEMORIAM 976
INDEX 983