Writing the Stalin Era: Sheila Fitzpatrick and Soviet Historiography
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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