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Professor David M. Goldfrank (1942 -- ) Scholarly Vita

(Books, Scholarly Aids, Articles, Invited Chapters, Published Reviews)
Family Status: Married with one five children; two grandchildren; three dogs.
Residence: 2120 Reynolds St, Falls Church, VA 22042-1610; 703-237-9267
Office and Contacts:

Department of History

Georgetown University

Washington, DC 20057

202-687-6190 (Department: 202-687-6061; Fax: 202-687-7245)

1964 B.A. in History, Oberlin College

1965 M.A. in History, Harvard University

1970 Ph.D. in History, University of Washington, Seattle
University Positions

Assistant Professor, History, Georgetown University, 1970-1976

Associate Professor, History, Georgetown University, 1976-1994

Director, Russian Area Studies at Georgetown, 1976-1980

Director, Russian Area Studies at US Army Russian Institute (Bavaria), 1982-1985

Full Professor, History, Georgetown University, since 1994

Convener for Russian History, since 1990

Director of Medieval Studies since 2012

University Faculty Senate since 1990

Main Campus Executive Faculty, since 1992

Honor: Senior Scholar Award, Southern Slavic Conference, March 2006.
Organizational Leadership (Top: served other posts in these associations as well):

President, Southern Slavic Conference, 2001-2002

President, Early Slavic Studies Association, 2009-2111
Foreign Languages - Reading (in the Scholarly Field – English is Native):

Russian: Excellent

Old Russian/Slavic: Excellent

French: Excellent

German: Excellent (slightly more need for lexicon)

Scriptural/Patristic Greek: Adequate with Lexicon

Modern Greek: Adequate with Lexicon

Scriptural/Patristic Latin: Adequate with Lexicon

Other Slavic: Adequate with Lexicon (Ukrainian is quite good)

Other Romance: Adequate with Lexicon (Italian and Spanish are quite good)

Other Germanic: Adequate with Lexicon (Swedish is not bad)

Scriptural Hebrew: Most Rudimentary with Lexicon (of use for lexical research)

A) Books

The Monastic Rule of Iosif Volotsky .Cistercian Studies No. 36. Kalamazoo. First edition, 1983; Revised, expanded edition, 2000.

The Origins of the Crimean War – Origins of Modern Wars Series - Longman, 1993.

A History of Russia: People, Legends, Events, Forces - (single authored the first eight chapters, through 1613), full text, co-authored with Catherine Evtuhov, Lindsey Hughes, Richard Stites. Boston/New York: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 2003.

Nil Sorsky – The Authentic Writings. Cistercian Studies, No. 221, 2008).
†Richard Stites Passion and Perception, Essays on Russian Culture by Richard Stites, ed. and intro., David Goldfrank (Washington: New Academia, 2010).

Singly Edited: Double volume for Russian History 39.1-2 (2012) on Russian Monasticism, covering ca. 1470-Present, including a Goldfrank Introduction and a separate contribution.

Co-editor (with Pavel Lyssakov of St. Petersburg) with Introduction, Cultural Cabaret: Russian-American Essays for Richard Stites (Washington: New Academia, 2012).

Assisting the Editor, plus the Introduction: Triple volume, Beyond Revolutionary Dreams for Canadian-American Slavic Studies, a memorial volume in honor of Richard Stites, by his PhD students, ed. Sandra Pujals (expected 2012-14, three vols. over three years).
(Current Book Research Project)

Prosvetitel’: Middle Muscovy’s Summa Contra Haereticos (Monographic analysis cum translation – the text is longer than the other Iosif and Nil translation texts combined)
(Old, Incomplete Manuscript, Awaiting Something or Nothing in the Future)

A History of Russia’s Foreign Policy and Wars to 1917

B) Teaching and Study Aids

A Syllabus and Self-Study Guide for The USSR and Eastern Europe (co-author, Joseph Schiebel), Washington, D.C., Foreign Service Institute, 1974).

Chapter I, Area Study Handbook for the USSR (co-author, Zenon Kohut, Library of Congress, GPO, 1991, pp. 1-53); reissued in Area Study Handbook for Russia (GPO, 1998, pp1-53).

“Russia as Part of the West” (Yes and No sections), History in Dispute, vol. 17, Twentieth-century Social and Political Movements (ed., Paul du Quenoy; Detroit: St. James, 2004), 222-228.

“Introduction” to: The Crimean War, 1853-1856: from the holdings of the Russian State Military History Archive, Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Microfilm, 2004/2005.

“Visualizing and Illustrating Early Rus Housing,” Visual Documents Reader (ed V. Kivelson, J. Neuberger, Yale Univ. Press, 2008), 17-20, Plates 3.1-2.)

C) 29+4 Articles and Invited Chapters on the Pre-Modern Russian Church and Culture
“Old and New Perspectives on Iosif Volotsky's Monastic Rule,” Slavic Review, 34, no. 2 (June 1975): 279-301.

"Pre-Enlightenment Utopianism in Russian History," Russian History/Histoire russe, 11.2-3 (Summer-Fall 1984): 123-47.

“L'Utopisme dans la Russie d'Ivan le Terrible," Revue des études slaves, 54.4 (1984): 591-98.

“The Lithuanian Prince-Monk Vojselk: A Study of Competing Legends,” Harvard Ukrainian Studies XI.1/2 (1987): 44-76.

“Orthodoxy and Catholicism in the Lithuanian-Belorussian Chronicles,” Le origini e lo sviluppo della christianità slavo-bizantina: il battesimo del 988 nella lunga durata (Nuovi studi storici 17, Rome 1992), pp. 343-353.

"Theocratic Imperatives, the Transcendent, the Worldly, and Political Justice in Russia's Early Inquisitions," Religious and Secular Forces in Late Tsarist Russia, (ed. Charles E. Timberlake, University of Washington Press, 1992), pp. 30-47, 287-297.

"Who Put the Snake on the Icon and the Tollbooths on the Snake? -- A Problem of East Slavic Last Judgment Iconography," Harvard Ukrainian Studies, 19 (1995): 180-99.

"The Ferapontov Last Judgment Frescos and the Spirituality of Northern Monasticism" (in both Russian and English in Religiia i tserkov' v kul'turno-istoricheskom razvitii russkogo severa, 2 vols., Kirov, 1996), 2:213-22.

"Burn, Baby, Burn: Popular Culture and Heresy in Late Medieval Russia," Journal of Popular Culture, 31.4 (Spring 1998): 17-32

“Some Observations Concerning the Galician-Volynian Chronicle and its Lithuanian Entries for the 1260s,” Russian History/Histoire russe, 25.1-2 (1998): 51-63. (Also published in "Nekotorye nabliudeniia nad galitsko-volynskoi letopis'iu i eë litovskimi izvestiami 1260-kk godov," in a Festschrift for the late A.A. Zimin.)

"The Role and Image of Athos in Muscovite Monastic Life of the Late 15th and early Early 16th Centuries," Monastic Traditions. Selected Proceedings of the Fourth International Hilandar Conference (Slavic Publications, 2003), pp. 114-28.

“The Deep Origins of Tsar-Muchitel’. A Nagging Problem of Muscovite Political Theory,” Russian History,32.3-4 (Winter 2005): 341-54.

“The Hilandarski Tipik, Byzantine Monastic Reform, and Late Medieval Russia,” Love of Learning and Devotion to God in Orthodox Monasteries, vol. 1. Selected Proceedings of the Fifth International Hilandar Conference (Beograd/Columbus, 2006), pp. 221-28.

“The Literary Nil Sorskii,” Harvard Ukrainian Studies, 28.1-4 (2006, nominally; really 2009): 429-40.

“Nil Sorskii and Nikon of the Black Mountain”. Russian History/Histoire russe 33:2-3-4 (2006): 365-405.

“Sisterhood Just Might Be Powerful: The Testament-Rule of Elena Devochkina.” Russian History/Histoire russe 34.1-4 (2007): 189-205.

“Recentering Nil Sorskii: The Evidence from the Sources,” Russian Review 66.3 (July 2007): 359-376. Republication in Russia in Chelovek v prostranstranstve i vremeni kul'tury. Sbornik statei po materialam vserossiiskoi nauchnoi konferentsii s mezhdunarodnym uchastiem “Chelovek i mir cheloveka,” ed. E. K. Romodanovskaia, S. K. Sevast'ianova, M. B. Krasil'nikova (Barnaul-Rybtsovsk: Izdatel'stvo Altaiisk. gos. universiteta, 2008), 89-105.

“Etapy i itogi poluvekovoi istorii issledovanii o Nile Sorskom i perevodov ego sochinenii,”in Nil Sorskii v kul’ture i knizhnosti Drevnei Rusi. Materialy Mezhdunarodnoi nauchnoi konferentsii (St. Petersburg, 2008), pp. 9-19.

“The Sermon in Russia before the Influence of the Ruthenian Baroque,” Kyïvs’ka akademiia, 6 (2008) Materialy Mizhnarodnoï kyïvs’koï konferentsiï “Etika ottiv u kyiv’skij bogoslovs’kij dumtsi epokhy Reformy (kinets’ XVI - pochatok XVIII st.),” Kyïv 20-23 veresnia 2007 r., 5-18.

“Nil Sorskii and Prosvetitel’” in Rude and Barbarous Kingdom Revisted, ed., C.S.L. Dunning, R. Martin, D. Rowland (Bloomington: Slavica, 2008), 215-30.

Review Article on Tom Dykstra, Russian Monastic Culture (2006), and N.K. Nikol’skii, Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastyr’ i ego ustroistvo, Vol. 2 (posthumous, 2006), Kritik,a 10.1 (Winter 2009): 169-75.

“Nil Sorskii’s Following among the Iosifo-Volokolamsk Elders,” in Valerie Kivelson, Karen Petrone, Nancy Shieds Kollmann, Michel Flier, eds., The New Muscovite Cultural History. A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland (Bloomington IN: Slavica, 2009), 207-22.

“Essential Glue: Muscovy’s Republic of Sacred Letters” in Forschungen zur osteuropäischen Geschichte, 76 (2010): 333-60.

“Necrologue:: Fairy von Lilienfeld (6 October 1917-12 November 2009)” Revue des études Slaves 81.1, (2010): 161-63.

“Iosif, Nil, or Both: Iosiflianstvo and Hesychasm in the Stepennaia kniga,” in The Book of Royal Degrees and the Genesis of Russian Historical Consciousness, ed. Gail Lenhoff, Ann Kleimola) = UCLA Slavic Studies, n.s. vol. 7 (Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2011), pp. 315-32.

“Akakii Baladin of Volotovo-Uspenskii and Solovetskii Monasteries (1526-1595),” in Donald Ostrowski and Marshall Poe, ed., Portraits of Old Russia. Imagined Lives of Ordinary People (Armonk: M.E. Sharpe, 2011), 165-76.

“Nil’s and Iosif’s Rhetoric of Starchestvo,” in Essays in Russian Monasticism, ed. D. Goldfrank = Russian History, 39, vo. 1-2 (2012): 42-76.

“Adversus Haeriticos Novgorodensos: Iosif Volotskii’s Rhetorical Syllogisms,” In Dubitando: Studies in History and Culture in Honor of Donald Ostrowski (Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2012, 245-74.

“New on the Piety of Yore” {Review article on David Miller, Saint Sergius of Radnexh, his Trinity Monatery and the Formation of the Russian Identity (Northern Illinois University Press, 2010) and A. I. Alekseev, Sochineniia Iosifa Volostkogo v kontekste polemiki 1480-1510-kh gg.(SPb., Ross. Nat. Bib., 2010)}, Kritika 14.3 (Sept 2013 expected)

(Presently Awaiting or under Minor Revision for Publication)

“The Evergetian Motif in Russian Monastic Reform” (forthcoming festschrift for Prof. Theo Stavrou).

“Round up the Usuals and a Few Other: Glimpses into the Knowledge, Role, and Use of Church Fathers in Rus’ and Russian Monasticism, Late 11th to Early 16th Centuries” (forthcoming collective volume on the Eastern Church, to be issued by Ohio State Univ. Press).

“Muscovy/Northeastern Rus” in David Wallace, ed., Europe: A Literary History, 1348-1418 (2 vols., Oxford University Press, maybe 2014).
(Current Essay Projects Underway)

Litigious, Pedagogical, Redemptive, Deadly: Iosif Volotskii’s Calculated Insults” (intended for peer-reviewed publication)

D) 4 Articles and Invited Chapters on Russia’s Pre-Modern State and Society

“Paradoxes(?) of Seventeenth-Century Muscovy,” Forschungen zur osteuropäischen Geschichte, 56 (2000): 157-66.

“Muscovy and the Mongols: What's What and What's Maybe,” Kritika, NS, 1.2 (Spring 2000): 259-68.

“Aristotle, Bodin, and Montesquieu to the Rescue: Making Sense of the Despotism Issue,” Forschungen zur osteuopäischen Geschichte, 58 (2001): 41-52.

“Appreciating The Growth of Law in Medieval Russia,” in Everyday Life in Russian History: Quotidian Studies in Honor of Daniel Kaiser, ed. Gary Marker, et. al., (Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2010), pp. 377-90.
E) 5 + 1 Articles and Invited Chapters Connected to Imperial Russian Foreign Policy

“Policy Traditions and the Menshikov Mission of 1853,” in Hugh Ragsdale and Valery Ponomarev, eds., Imperial Russian Foreign Policy (Kennan Institute/Cambridge Univ. Press, 1993), pp. 119-59.

“The Holy Sepulcher and The Origin of the Crimean War,” in Eric Lohr and Marshall Poe., eds., The Military and Society in Russia, 1450-1917, Leiden: Brill, 2002), pp. 491-506.

“The Ottoman Empire and the Origin of the Crimean War: Sources and Strategies”, in Türkler 12 /The Turks 4 (in both Turkish and English: Ankara, 2002 – English version): 4:233-44.

Review Article: (Kirill Evgen’evich Cherevko, Zarozhdenie russko-iaponskikh otnoshenii XVII-XIX veka and David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, Toward the Rising Sun: Russian Ideologies of Empire and the Path to War with Japan.), Kritika, 5.2 (Spring, 2004): 401-13.

“Crimea Redux? On the Origins of the War,” in J.W. Steinberg, B.W. Menning, D, Schimmelpenninck van der Oye,, D Wolff, Shinji Okote eds., The Russo-Japanese War in Global Perspective. ed., (Leiden: Brill, 2005), pp. 87-101.
(Current Essay Project Underway)

“20 Years after The Origins of the Crimean War: What Needs Revision,” intended for a peer reviewed journal.
F) Single Book Reviews of General Studies

Richard Wortman, Scenarios of Power vol I (Princeton: Princeton Univ Press, 1994), Russian History/Histoire russe, 24.3 (1997), 335-37.

Geoffrey Hosking. Russia and the Russians. A History (Cambridge, MA: Belknap/Harvard Univ. Press, 2001: International History Review, 24.2 (2002), 393-94.

Konstantin Sheiko, Nationalist Imaginings of the Russian Past. Anatolii Fomenko and the Rise of Alternative History in Post-Communist Russia. = Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, Vol. 86. in collaboration with Stephen Brown, with a forward by Donald Ostrowski). Stuttgart. 2009, in Slavic Review, 69:4 (Winter 2010): 1019-20,

G) Single Book Reviews of Pre-Modern Russian Religion and Culture

Yaroslav N. Shchapov, State and Church in Early Russia (Vic Sneerson, transl.; New Rochelle-Athens-Moscow: Cartatzas, 1993), Slavicn Review, 53.2 (1994): 586-87.

William A. Veder, Anatolij Turilov, The Edificatory Prose of Kievan Rus (Cambridge MA.: Harvard Univ. Pr., 1994): Slavic Review, 55.3 (Fall 1996): 475-76.

Carolyn Johnson Pouncy, The Domostroi. Rules for Russian Households in the Time of Ivan the Terrible (Ithaca NY: Cornell Univ Pr., 1994): Slavic Review, 55.3 (Fall 1996): 478-79.

Medieval Russian Culture, Vol. II. Ed. Michael S. Flier and Daniel Rowland. California Slavic Studies XIX (Berkeley-Los Angeles-London: Univ. of California Press, 1994): Slavic Review, 55.4 (Winter 1996): 910-12.

Ludwig Steindorff, Memoria in Altrußland. Untersuchungen zu den Formen christlicher Totensorge. Quellen und Studien zur Geschichte des östlichen Europa, B. 38 (Stuttgart, Fritz Steiner Verlag, 1994): Slavic Review, 56.4 (1997),778-79.

Das Speisungsbuch von Volokolamsk/Kormovaja kniga Iosifo-Volokolamskogo monastyrja. Eine Quelle zur Sozialgeschichte russischer Klöster im 16. Jahrhundert. Herausgegeben und übersetzt von Ludwig Steindorff unter Mitarbeit von Rüdiger Koke, Elena Kondraškina, Ulrich Lang und Nadja Pohlmann. Bausteine zur slavische Philologie und Kulturgeschichte. N.F. Reihe B, Editionen, N.F., B. 12. (Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 1998), Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 48.2 (2000), 300.

Georg Bernhard Michels, At War With the Church. Religious Dissent in Seventeenth-Century Russia (Standford CA: Stanford Univ. Press. 1999): Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 36.3 (Fall 2002): 347-48.

Francine-Dominique Liechtenhan, Les trois christianismes et la Russie. Les voyageurs occidentaux face à l’Église orthodoxe russe. XVIe-XVIIIe Siècle (Ser. Mondes Russes. États. Sociétés. Nations, Paris: CNRS Editions, 2002): Canadian Slavonic Papers, 45.3-4 (2003): 506-07.

Marianne Stössl, ed. Verbotene Bilder. Heiligen Figuren in Russland (Munich: Hirmer, 2006), Slavic Review, 66.3 (2007): 549-50.

T. Allan Smith, The Volokolamsk Paterikon. A Window on a Muscovite Monastery (Toronto, 2008) Russian Review, 68.4 (2009): 703-04.

John-Paul Himka, Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009), Canadian Slavonic Papers, 52.1-2 (2010): 224-25

Claudia R. Jensen, Musical Cultures in Seventeenth-Century Russia. Russian Music Studies (Bloomington IN: Indiana University Press, 2009) in Canadian Slavonic Papers 53 (2-4), 578-79.

Irina Paert, Spiritual Elders: Charisma and Tradition in Russian Orthodoxy (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 201), In, H-RUSSIA, 7 August 2012.

H) Single Book Reviews of Other Pre-Modern Russian Studies

Hartmut Rüss, Adel und Adelsoppositionen in Moskauer Staat (Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1975), Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 25.4 (1975): 576-78.

Martin Dimnik, Mikhail, Prince of Chernigov and Grand Prince of Kiev (Toronto, Pontifical Institute, 1981), Catholic Historical Review, 70.2 (1984): 292-93.

N. N. Ulashchik, Vvedenie v izuchenie belorussko-litovskogo letopisaniia (Moscow: Nauka, 1985), Russian Review, 46.1 (1987): 88-89.

V. B. Kobrin, Vlast' i sobstvennost' srednevekoi Rusi (Moscow, Nauka: 1985), Russian Review, 46.1 (1987): 89-90.

Catherine Durand-Cheynet, Alexandre Nevski ou le Soleil de la Russie (Paris, Perrin: 1985), Slavic Review, 47.1 (1988): 115

Alexander Yanov, The Russian Challenge and the Year 2000 (ven: Oxford-New York: Basil Blackwell, 1987), Slavic Review, 48.3 (1989): 503-54.

S.C. Rowell. Lithuania ascending. A pagan empire within east-central Europe, 1295-1345. Cambridge, Engl.: Cambridge University Press, 1994, International History Review, 18.4 (1996): 891-92.

Uwe Halbach et al., eds., Geschichte Altrusslands in der Begriffswelt ihrer Quellen (Stuttgart-Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1986), Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 36.2 (1988): 282-83.

Robert O. Crummey, The Formation of Muscovy (London: Longman, 1987), American Historical Review, 99.4 (1989): 1136-37.

Lindsey Hughes, Sophia, Regent of Russia, 1657-1704 (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1990), Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 25 (1991), 256-258.

Stephen J. Lee, Peter the Great (London-New York: Routledge, 1993), Russian History/Histoire russe, 22.1 (1995): 100-101.

Marshall Poe, A People Born to Slavery. Russia in Early Modern European Ethnography, 1476-1748 (Ithaca/London: Cornell Univ. Press, 2000), Russian Review, 61.1 (2002): 169-70.

Larry Langer, ed., Historical Dictionary of Medieval Russia (Lanham MD: Scarecrow Press, 2002), Russian Review, 62.4 (2003), 645-46.

Martin Dimnik, The Dynasty of Chernigov, 1146-1246 (Cambridge, Engl.: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2003): International History Review, 27.1 (2005): 117-19.

A. P. Pavlov, ed. Rossiiskoe gosudarstvo v XIV-XVII vv. Sbornik statei. Posviashchennyi 75-letiiu so dnia rozheniia Iu.G. Alekseeva (St. Petersburg: Bulanin: 2002): Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropasi, 54 (2006): 89-90.

Angela Rustemeyer. Dissens und Ehre. Majestätsverbrechen in Russland (1600-1800). Forschungen zur osteuropäischen Geschichte, B. 69. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2006: in Canadian-American Slavic Studies
I) Single Book Reviews of Russian Diplomatic, Military and Related International History

Lucien Kehren, Tamerlan ou l'Empire du seigneur de fer (Neuchatel: Baconniere, 1978), Russian History/Histoire russe, 7.3 (1980), 398-399.

V. N. Ponomarev, Krymskaia voina i russko-amerikanskie otnosheniia. Introduction, N.N. Bolkhovitinov (Moscow: Institut rossiiskoi istorii 1993), American Historical Review ,101.5 (1996): 1583.

Paul Bushkovitch et al., England and the North: the Russian Embassy of 1613-1614 (Philadelphia: Am. Phil. Soc., 1994), Slavic Review. 55.2 (1996): 479-80.

Keith Neilson, Britain and the Last Tsar. British Policy and Russia 1894-1917 (Oxford: Clarendon 1995), Slavic Review, 57.1 (1998): 201-02.

John P. LeDonne, The Russian Empire and the World, 1700-1917 (Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1997), International History Review, 21.1 (1999): 165-66.

N.A. Ivanov., ed., Fenomen Vostochnogo despotizma Struktura, upravleniia, i vlasti (Moscow: Nauka – Vostochnaia literatura, 1994), Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 46.2 (1998): 416-17

Robert B. Edgerton, Death or Glory. The Legacy of the Crimean War (Boulder: Westview 1999), The Historian, 64.3 (2001): 674-75.

Baumgart, Winfried. The Crimean War, 1853-1856 (London-New York: Arnold and Oxford Univ. Press, 1999), International History Review 63.1 (2001): 163-164.

Trevor Royal, Crimea: The Great Crimean War, 1854-1856 (London: St Martins, 2000): The Historian 64.3-4 (2001), 857-59.

Istoriia vneshnoi politiki Rossii. Konets XV-XVII vek (Ot sverzheniia ordynskogo iga do Severnoi voiny). Ed. G.A. Sanin. (Moscow. Mezhdunarodnye otnosheniia, 1999), Slavonic and East European Review 80.4 (2002): 695-97.

F W Kagan & R Hingham, ed.. The Military History of Tsarist Russia (Basingstroke, UK: Macmillan Palgrave, 2002), The Historical Journal, 47.1 (2004): 195-96.

Snyder, Timothy. The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, 1569-1999. (New Haven-London: Yale Univ. Press, 2004), International History Review, 28.2 (2006): 385-86.

H.M. Scott. The Emergence of the Eastern Powers, 1756-1775. (Cambridge UK., Cambridge Univ. Press 2001), American Historical Review, 112.3 (2007): 954-55.

Clyde Ponting, The Crimean War. the Truth Behind the Myth (London: Chatto & Windus, 2004 – review was written, spring, 2005 for Reviews of New Books, but as I discovered serious plagiarism of my own Origins of the Crimean War, and so informed both Reviews of New Books and my publisher (Longman, now Pearson), we decided not to publish the review.

Jimmie E. Cain, Jr., Bram Stoker and Russophobia. Evidence of British Fear of Russia in Dracula and Lady of the Shroud (Jefferson NC/London. McFarland & Co., Inc. 2006) Russia Review, 66.2 (2007): 317-18.

Winfried Baumgart, Akten zur Geschichte des Krimkriegs. Serie III: Englische Akten zur Geschichte des Krimkriegs. Bd. 2: November 1852 bis 10. Dezember 1853; Bd. 2: 11. Dezember 1853 bis 1. Dezember 1854; Serie IV: Französische Akten zur Geschichte des Krimkriegs Bd. 1: 18. Dezember 1852 bis 27. Marz 1854 (Munich: R. Oldenburg. 2005, 2006, 2003), Canadian Slavonic Papers, 49.1-2 (2007): 123-24.

Ronald Park Bobroff, Roads to Glory: Late Imperial Russia and the Turkish Straits. London/New York. I.B. Taurus. 2006: American Historical Review, 112.3 (2007): 954-55.

Orlando Figes, The Crimean War. A History (New York: Holt, 2000), Russian Review, 71.1 (2012), 158-59.
J) Other Imperial Russian History

L. G. Zakharov, S. V. Mironenko, eds., Perepiska cesareviča Aleksandra Nikolaeviča s imperatorom Nikolaem I. 1839–1839 (Moscow: Iz-dat. Rosspen, 2008), Jahrbücher für Gschichte Osteuropas, 38.3 (2010), 426-427.

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