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Historical Anthropology of the Middle Ages
Aaron Gurevich has long been considered one of the world's leading medievalists and a pioneer in the field of historical anthropology. This book brings together eleven of his most important essaysExpand
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The Violent Muse
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Reformation or Reformatio: The Case of Muscovite Russia
Paper presented at a colloquium on Early Protestantism in Eastern Europe initially conceived by Anne Pennington for the Medieval Study Group.
The heresy of the Judaizers and the problem of the Russian reformation
 In the year 1504 the grand prince Ivan III convened a Council of the Church to try several Muscovites and Novgorodians accused of heresy. The Council found the men guilty and they were burnt at theExpand
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‘We’ll end in Hell, my passionate sisters’: Russian Women Poets and World War 1
The tragedy experienced by women poets of the World War 1 period makes Marina Tsvetaeva’s poem of March 1915 seem prophetic. Tsvetaeva herself was to live through emigration and exile, the death ofExpand
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Book Reviews : Russian Studies
The Violent Muse: Violence and the Artistic Imagination in Europe, 1910-1939
Preface, Jana Howlett and Rod Mengham sex, violence and art - Bataille's revolution, Peter Collier images of war - Paul Nash's paintings of the Western Front, Richard Cork violence and theories ofExpand
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Book Review: Epic Revisionism: Russian History and Literature and Stalinist Propaganda. Edited by Kevin M. F. Platt and David Brandenberger. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006. Pp. xvi +
assemblies and elections (the mechanisms for which are described in a little too much detail), were involved in setting up schools for their children and in charity for poorer gentry, and had aExpand