David M. Crowe, ed. Stalin's Soviet Justice: "Show" Trials, War Crimes Trials, and Nuremberg. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019. 256 pp. $114.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-350-08334-9.
Reviewed by Andreas Hilger (German Historical Institute, Moscow) Published on H-Russia (October, 2020) Commissioned by Eva M. Stolberg (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Reviewer:Brian D. Taylor
Bettina Renz. Russia's Military Revival. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2018. vii + 249 pp. $22.95 (paper), ISBN 978-1-5095-1615-5; $69.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-5095-1614-8.
Reviewed by Brian D. Taylor (Department of Political Science; Syracuse University) Published on H-Russia (October, 2020) Commissioned by Eva M. Stolberg (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Collecting Art in Imperial Russia
A series of lectures (webinars) organised jointly by Princeton University and the European University at St Petersburg
The 2021 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar focuses on the history of LGBTQ+ people during the Holocaust, as well as the continued relevance of this history to understanding the discrimination that queer and trans people face today. The seminar will explore how the Nazi state persecuted, incarcerated, and interned men in concentration camps for the supposed crime of consensual sex with other men under §175 of the criminal code, with at least 5,000 perishing at the hands of Nazi state agents.
Charles J. Halperin and Coming to Terms with Ivan the Terrible
Halperin, C. J. Ivan the Terrible: Free to Reward and Free to Punish. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019
Brian J. Boeck. The Lady Vanishes: The Death of Anastasiia and Ivan's Regression to Ancestral Evil
Sergei Bogatyrev. Ivan the Terrible and Philip the Prudent
Paul Bushkovitch. The Trojan War at the Court of Ivan the Terrible
I have seen "стр." for pp. and p., Is it right?
Also, what's the equivalent to Loc.Cit.
Stephen Fain Williams, 1936-2020
I am teaching an undergraduate historical methods course and the focus is the Russian Revolution. I am curious as to what websites. you would allow/recommend students visit to find translated primary sources (no Russian language knowledge for any of the students).