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Three new publications in the academic “discipline” of petrovedenie.

posted to H-EarlySlavic by Daniel C. Waugh <dwaugh@u.washington.edu>

Three new publications in the academic “discipline” of petrovedenie.

Below are review notices of three recent books:

*Puteshestvie po Evrope boiarina B. P. Sheremeteva 1697-1699

*D. Iu. Guzevich. Zakhoroneniia Leforta i Gordona

*Petrovskoe vremia v litsakh—2013 (Trudy Gos. Ermitazha, LXX).

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Russian History vol. 41, no. 1, 2014 Table of Contents

Send to: Lawrence.Langer@uconn.edu

Russian History 41, no. 1, 2014

Table of Contents

Russia beyond the Traditional Boundaries: Essays in Honor of David M. Goldfrank.

Guest Editors: Michael G. Smith, Isaiah Gruber, Sandra Pujals

Part One: Languages of Power and the Sacred in the Russian Lands              

Isaiah Gruber, From Bethlehelm to Beloozero: Biblical Languages and National-Religious Boundaries in Muscovy

Barbara Skinner, From Heresy to Humor: The Kiev Academy Spoofs the Uniate Church

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