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Terence Emmons and Russian Historiography

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This article analyzes Terence Emmons’ contributions to Russian historiography. It discusses Emmons’ publications on the “golden age” of Russian historical writing and its links to Russian liberalism; his activity as instructor of graduate students at Stanford University from the 1960s to 2004, especially his seminars on the “new current” [novoe napravlenie] of the 1960s–1970s in Soviet historical writing; his editions of diaries by Iurii Vladimirovich Got’e, Frank Golder and Julia Dent Grant Cantacuzene; his articles on the “school” of Vasilii Osipovich Kliuchevskii and on Pavel Nikolaevich Miliukov as historian; his discovery of Boris Ivanovich Syromiatnikov’s unpublished monograph on Russian historiography; his analysis of Natan Iakovlevich Eidel’man’s “last book” on “revolution from above”; his editing of Martin Malia’s posthumous book, History’s Locomotives; his contemplated book on the Priiutino Brotherhood; his article on Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadskii and his son Georgii Vladimirovich (George) Vernadskii; and his links to Petr Andreevich Zaionchkovskii and to Zaionchkovskii’s “school” of historians.

Affiliations: 1: Claremont McKenna College, California, USA,


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