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Cornell University Press 2009 History Catalog

Cornell University Press 2009 History Catalog

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This catalog features Cornell University Press's new and recent title in history. Categories included in this catalog are: Russia; Germany and Central & Eastern Europe; France; Early Modern Europe; Medieval Europe; The United States; Asia; Africa; Global History; Diplomatic & Military History; History of Science; and Historiography.
This catalog features Cornell University Press's new and recent title in history. Categories included in this catalog are: Russia; Germany and Central & Eastern Europe; France; Early Modern Europe; Medieval Europe; The United States; Asia; Africa; Global History; Diplomatic & Military History; History of Science; and Historiography.

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Russia .....................................................................................................Germany and Central & Eastern Europe ...........................................France .....................................................................................................Early Modern Europe ..............................................................................Medieval Europe ..................................................................................The United States .............................................................................. Asia .............................................................................................................Africa ..........................................................................................................Global History .........................................................................................Diplomatic & Military History ...........................................................History of Science ................................................................................... Historiography ........................................................................................Recent Award-Winning Books ..........................................................Order Form .................................................................
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: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division: The torch and part of the arm of the
Statue of Liberty, on display at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, from a stereograph card pub
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Enlightening the World: TheCreation of the Statue of Liberty
by Yasmin Sabina Khan (see p. 12).
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sPArtAk MosCow
 A History of the People’s Team in the Workers’ State
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“Today’s savvy sports fan accepts that favorite gameshave a political dimension, without allowing thatto deter from the thrill of competition. In this fasci-nating study of one of Moscow’s preeminent soccerteams, Robert Edelman reminds that the opposite isalso true, that politics has an athletic edge. Permit-ting fans, managers, and athletes to tell the historyof their team, Spartak, Edelman provides unique in-sights into the USSR and Russia.”
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The Life of the Soviet Automobile
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Evacuation and Survival in the Soviet Union at War 
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“This is an indispensable contribution to the schol-arship on World War II. It will certainly repay theattention of readers who are seeking a serious, in-formed, and nuanced study of Soviet wartime up-heaval and mobilization. Drawing from source ma-terial in several Russian archives, Rebecca Manleyguides the reader through debates on policy as wellas the process and experiences of evacuation, reset-tlement, and return of Soviet civilians.”
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Urban Identity in Soviet Sevastopol after World War II
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“The epic of Sevastopol’s destruction, reconstruction,and memorializing as recounted in Karl D. Qualls’s
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stories of the soviet eXPerienCe
Memoirs, Diaries, Dreams
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“With this, her third magisterial book, the eminentliterary and cultural historian Irina Paperno movesfrom Russia’s nineteenth into the twentieth century,of which she was a denizen and which is now histo-ry. As usual, Paperno works at the elusive borderline
between ‘raw life’ and the ‘meaning(s)’ born from its
foam. The riveting interest of the stories told by his-tory’s participants is matched by the sophisticationof the analyst.”—
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khrUshChev’s Cold sUMMer
Gulag Returnees, Crime, and theFate of Reform after Stalin
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upheavals following the mass return of ‘Stalin’s out
-casts’ from the Gulag. Based on new archival sourcesand covering issues as diverse as party politics, youthculture, and prisoners’ tattoos, it shows a society in
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the MAny lives ofkhrUshChev’s thAw
Experience and Memory in Moscow’s Arbat
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myth and the Arbat myth, he argues, became en-twined, even mutually constitutive. . . . An immense-ly rewarding and thought-provoking work.”
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2008 | isbn: 978-0-8014-4606-1288
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