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Vol. 66 (2018), issue 1
Stefan Guth, Fabian Lüscher: Nuclear Technopolitics in the Soviet Union and Beyond – An Introduction, pp. 3-19
Fabian Lüscher: The Nuclear Spirit of Geneva: Boundary-Crossing Relationships of Soviet Atomic Scientists after 1955, pp. 20-44
Vol. 65 (2017), issue 4
Étienne Forestier-Peyrat: Soviet Federalism at Work: Lessons from the History of the Transcaucasian Federation, 1922–1936, pp. 529-559
Vol. 65 (2017), issue 3
Katja Bruisch, Nikolaus Katzer: Introduction: Reconciling Failure and Success: Soviet Elites and the Collectivized Village, pp. 353-361
Ulrike Huhn: The Adventure of individuality: Visual Representation of the Post-War Soviet Village and the Ambivalences of Ethnographic Photography during Late Stalinism and the “Thaw”, pp. 362-400
Vol. 65 (2017), issue 2
Charles Halperin: Lay Cash Land Purchases during the Reign of Ivan IV, pp. 177-199
Vol. 65 (2017), issue 1
Malte Griesse, Gleb Kazakov: Kosakische Aufstände und ihre Anführer: Heroisierung, Dämonisierung und Tabuisierung der Erinnerung. Einleitung [Cossack Rebellions and their Leaders: Heroization, Demonization, and Tabooing of
Memory. An Introduction], pp. 1-10
Martin Faber: Furchtsame Verachtung: Die Kosaken des Chmielnicki-Aufstands in den Augen des polnischen Adels [Fearful Contempt. How the Polish Nobility Viewed on the Cossacks of Chmielnicki’s Rebellion], pp. 11-33
Vol. 64 (2016), issue 4
Petr S. Stefanovich: The Political Organization of Rus’ in the 10th Century, pp. 529-544
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