Kritika, Volume 21, Number 2 (Spring 2020) ToC

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In the Spring issue of Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History there are a number of articles on Political Concepts in 18th-Century Russia, as well as a paper concerning Fasting in Muscovy. See the full ToC below.

Reposted from H-Russia:

Kritika, Volume 21, Number 2 (Spring 2020) Contents

FROM THE EDITORS
On Red-Baiting, Then and Now . . . 229

FORUM: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CONCEPTS IN THE RUSSIAN ENLIGHTENMENT
Sergey Polskoy
Translation of Political Concepts in 18th-Century Russia: Strategies and Practices . . . 235

Konstantin D. Bugrov
Moralism and Monarchism: Visions of Power in 18th-Century Russia . . . 267

Maya Lavrinovich
A Retired Brigadier Caught between Feelings and Social Hierarchy: The Concept of Friendship in a Late 18th-Century Epistolary Exchange . . . 293

REACTION
Vladislav Rjéoutski
Key Concepts in 18th-Century Russia . . . 319

ARTICLES
Irina Volkova
Spanish Republicans’ Struggle and Its Impact on the Soviet Wartime Generation . . . 327

Rachel Applebaum
The Rise of Russian in the Cold War: How Three Worlds Made a World Language . . . 347

REVIEW ARTICLE
Julia Herzberg
Faith on the Menu: Conflicts around Fasting in Muscovy . . . 371

REVIEW ESSAYS
Frances Saddington
Treasures on the Bookshelf: Books from the Old City and Picture Books from Soviet Russia . . . 401

Nari Shelekpayev
Capital Cities, Politics, and Urban Life in Central Asia, 1955–2017 . . . 413

REVIEWS
Anna Afanasieva
Local Knowledge and the Imperial State . . . 427

Gregory Afinogenov
Empire Looks Outward . . . 435

Felix Wemheuer
Was Maoist China a Clone of the Soviet Union? . . . 442

Erica L. Fraser
Historicizing Homophobia and Visualizing Masculinity since 1945 . . . 453 

Contributors to This Issue . . . 459