Volume 65

Issues

Number 1, Spring 2006

Articles

The Election News Story on Russian Television: A World Apart from Viewers
Ellen Mickiewicz (page 1)

Hang Him High: The Elevation of Jnok to an Ethnic Icon
Martin Votruba (page 24)

The Jewish Question in the Genre System of Dostoevskii’s Diary of a Writer and the Problem of the Authorial Image
Raffaella Vassena (page 45)

“A New Enigmatic Language”: The Spontaneity-Consciousness Paradigm and the Case of Gladkov’s Cement
Eric Laursen (page 66)

Returning to Judaism after the 1905 Law on Religious Freedom in Tsarist Russia
Eugene M. Avrutin (page 90)

Soviet Veterans as an Entitlement Group, 1945-1955
Mark Edele (page 111)

REVIEW ESSAY

Modernity, Modernization, and Management: Comparative, Historical, Theoretical, and Policy Perspectives
Erik P. Hoffmann (page 138)

FILM REVIEWS - page 152
BOOK REVIEWS - page 155
COLLECTED ESSAYS - page 223
BOOKS RECEIVED - page 226

Number 2, Summer 2006

FORUM: The Multiethnic Soviet Union in Comparative Perspective

Backwardness and the Quest for Civilization: Early Soviet Central Asia in Comparative Perspective
Adeeb Khalid (page 231)

Bolshevism, Patriarchy, and the Nation: The Soviet “Emancipation” of Muslim Women in Pan-Islamic Perspective
Adrienne Edgar (page 252)

Cultural Diversity and the Interwar Conjuncture: Soviet Nationality Policy in Its Comparative Context
Peter A. Blitstein (page 273)

Soviet Empire as “Family Resemblance”
Mark R. Beissinger (page 294)

Articles

The Demonized Double: The Image of Lev Tolstoi in Russian Orthodox Polemics
Pal Kolsto (page 304)

U.S. Copyright Relations with Central, East European, and Eurasian Nations in Historical Perspective
Janice T. Pilch (page 325)

BOOK REVIEWS - page 349
COLLECTED ESSAYS - page 416
BOOKS RECEIVED - page 420
OBITUARY - page 425

Number 3, Fall 2006

Articles

To Chicago and Back: Aleko Konstantinov, Rose Oil, and the Smell of Modernity
Mary Neuburger (page 427)

The Rise and Fall of Archbishop Kohn: Czechs, Germans, and Jews in Turn-of-the-Century Moravia
Michael L. Miller (page 446)

Jews, Ukrainians, and Russians in Kiev: Intergroup Relations in Late Imperial Associational Life
Natan M. Meir (page 475)

Febris Erotica: Aleksandr Herzen’s Post-Romantic Physiology
Valeria Sobol (page 502)

Where Bobok Is Buried: The Theosophical Roots of Dostoevskii’s “Fantastic Realism”
Ilya Vinitsky (page 523)

Eugenics, Rejuvenation, and Bulgakov’s Journey into the Heart of Dogness
Yvonne Howell (page 544)

FILM REVIEWS - page 563
BOOK REVIEWS - page 566
REFERENCE BOOKS OF 2004-2005: A SELECTION - page 635
COLLECTED ESSAYS - page 642
BOOKS RECEIVED - page 645

Number 4, Winter 2006

FORUM: Ruins and Russian Culture

Ruins and History: Observations on Russian Approaches to Destruction and Decay
Andreas Schnle (page 649)

Derzhavin’s Ruins and the Birth of Historical Elegy
Luba Golburt (page 670)

Piranesi in Petrograd: Sources, Strategies, and Dilemmas in Modernist Depictions of the Ruins (1918-1921)
Polina Barskova (page 694)

The Past in Common: Modern Ruins as a Shared Urban Experience of Revolution-Era Moscow and Petersburg
Gregory Stroud (page 712)

Decay or Endurance? The Ruins of Socialism
Thomas Lahusen (page 736)

Articles

Eating Out in Imperial Russia: Class, Nationality, and Dining before the Great Reforms
Alison K. Smith (page 747)

The Economic Dimensions of Art in the Stalinist Era: Artists’ Cooperatives in the Grip of Ideology and the Plan
Galina Yankovskaya
(page 769)

FILM REVIEWS - page 792
BOOK REVIEWS - page 795
DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS, 2005 - page 861
COLLECTED ESSAYS - page 880
BOOKS RECEIVED - page 881
LETTERS - page 885
OBITUARY - page 894
INDEX - page 896

Index