New Series Volume Arriving in Fall 2015

Slavica Publishers and the RGWR Editorial Team are pleased to announce the impending arrival of Volume Three in the RGWR series. Titled, Russia’s Home Front in War & Revolution, 1914-22, the two-book volume focuses on the daily lives of ordinary citizens during the Empire’s 1914-1922 “continuum of crisis.” Among the subjects addressed in the Volume’s more than two-dozen entries are essays examining the political mobilization of the populace in the provinces and capitals; migration, emigration, and wartime demographic trends; the lived experience of peasants, soldiers, women, and children; the economic transformations of cities and the countryside; and the personal strategies employed to survive widespread violence, crime, and the disintegration of society.

Book 1: Russia’s Revolution in Regional Perspective (Sarah Babcock, Ludmila G. Novikova, and Asron B. Retish, eds.) will arrive this November.

Book 2: The Experience of War and Revolution (Adele Lindenmeyr, Christopher Read, and Peter Waldron, eds.) will appear before the end of 2015.

NOTE: Slavica Publishers is attending the 2015 annual convention for AASEES, the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, November 19-22 in Philadelphia. You can find them in the convention exhibit hall, Franklin Hall B – Booth 116. Copies of Book 1: Russia’s Revolution in Regional Perspective will be available for purchase; an advance copy of Book 2: The Experience of War and Revolution will be on display.


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