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Adele Marie Barker (editor). Consuming Russia: Popular Culture, Sex, and Society Since Gorbachev. Duke University Press. 1999. 473pp.

Robert D. Crews. For Prophet and Tsar: Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia. Harvard University Press. 2006. 463pp.

Jane I. Dawson. Eco-Nationalism: Anti-Nuclear Activism and National Identity in Russia, Lithuania, and Ukraine. Duke University Press. 1996. 221pp.

Chester S. L. Dunning. Russia's First Civil War: The Time of Troubles and the Founding of the Romanov Dynasty. Penn State Press. 2001. 657pp.

Festus Eribo. In Search of Greatness: Russia's Communications with Africa and the World. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 241pp.

Orlando Figes. Natasha's Dance: A Cultural History of Russia. London: Allen Lane. 2002. 753pp.

Michael T. Florinsky. Russia: A History and an Interpretation. New York: Macmillan. 1965-67. (2 vols.) 1511pp.

Verena Fritz. State-Building: A Comparative Study of Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, and Russia. Central European University Press. 2007. 384pp.

Benson L. Grayson (editor). The American Image of Russia, 1917-1977. Frederick Ungar. 1978. 388pp.

Richard Hellie. The Economy and Material Culture of Russia, 1600-1725. University of Chicago Press. 1999. 671pp.

Ted Hopf. Understandings of Russian Foreign Policy. Penn State Press. 1999. 294pp.

Charles Jelavich. Tsarist Russia and Balkan Nationalism: Russian Influence in the Internal Affairs of Bulgaria and Serbia, 1879-1886. University of California Press. 1958. 304pp.

Arcadius Kahan. The Plow, the Hammer, and the Knout: An Economic History of Eighteenth-Century Russia. University of Chicago Press. 1985. 399pp.

John L. H. Keep. Soldiers of the Tsar: Army and Society in Russia, 1462-1874. Oxford University Press. 1985. 432pp.

Esther Kingston-Mann. In Search of the True West: Culture, Economics, and Problems of Russian Development. Princeton University Press. 1998. 301pp.

Nancy Shields Kollmann. By Honor Bound: State and Society in Early Modern Russia. Cornell University Press. 1999. 296pp.

John P. LeDonne. Absolutism and Ruling Class: The Formation of the Russian Political Order, 1700-1825. Oxford University Press. 1991. 376pp.

John P. LeDonne. The Grand Strategy of the Russian Empire, 1650-1831. Oxford University Press. 2004. 261pp.

Dominic Lieven. Empire: The Russian Empire and Its Rivals. Yale University Press. 2000. 486pp.

Eric Lohr; Marshall Poe (editors). The Military and Society in Russia: 1450-1917. E. J. Brill. 2002. 550pp.

Philip Longworth. Russia: The Once and Future Empire from Pre-History to Putin. New York: St. Martin's Press. 2006. 398pp.

Neil Melvin. Russians Beyond Russia: The Politics of National Identity. Continuum International Publishing Group. 1995. 170pp.

David Moon. The Russian Peasantry, 1600-1930: The World the Peasants Made. Longman. 1999. 396pp.

Serhii Plokhy. The Origins of the Slavic Nations: Premodern Identities in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 379pp.

Alvin Z. Rubinstein; Oles M. Smolansky (editors). Regional Power Rivalries in the New Eurasia: Russia, Turkey, and Iran. M. E. Sharpe. 1995. 290pp.

David Saunders. Russia in the Age of Reaction and Reform, 1801-1881. New York: Longman. 1992. 386pp.

Harry Schwartz. The Red Phoenix: Russia Since World War II. Praeger. 1961. 427pp.

Joshua A. Tucker. Regional Economic Voting: Russia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, 1990-1999. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 417pp.

Federico Varese. The Russian Mafia: Private Protection in a New Market Economy. Oxford University Press. 2005. 304pp.

Galina M. Yemelianova. Russia and Islam: A Historical Survey. Macmillan. 2002. 243pp.

Ivan Zasoursky. Media and Power in Post-Soviet Russia. M. E. Sharpe. 2004. 269pp.




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