Writing the Stalin Era: Sheila Fitzpatrick and Soviet Historiography

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G. Alexopoulos, J. Hessler, K. Tomoff
Springer, Jan 3, 2011 - History - 246 pages
Covering topics such as the Soviet monopoly over information and communication, violence in the gulags, and gender relations after World War II, this festschrift volume highlights the work and legacy of Sheila Fitzpatrick offers a cross-section of some of the best work being done on a critical period of Russia and the Soviet Union.
 

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Contents

The Work of Sheila Fitzpatrick
1
An Interpretive Essay
20
3 The Two Faces of Tatiana Matveevna
37
Daily Life in Russian Poland at the Start of World War I
42
Settlement of Nomadic Kazakhs 19281934
59
Kulak Special Settlers in the First Person
87
7 Gender Marriage and Reproduction in the Postwar Soviet Union
101
The Case of War Veterans
117
Intellectual Property and the Development of a Soviet Strategy of Cultural Confrontation 19481949
133
Reading Violence in the Gulag
156
Public Identity Soviet Mythology and the Fashioning of Science Heroes in Soviet Times
177
12 Reminiscences
197
Notes on Contributors
237
Index
241
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GOLFO ALEXOPOLOUS Associate Professor of History at the University of South Florida and a fellow at the Hoover Institute, USA.

KIRIL TOMOFF Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Riverside, USA.

JULIE HESSLER Associate Professor of History at the University of Oregon USA.

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