We have two brand new publications this week. The first one is Rural Unrest during the First Russian Revolution. Kursk Province , 1905–1906 by Burton R. Miller, a research analyst living in New York. This book is an important work, unique in many ways, of micro-social history with large implications for the history of Russia and comparative studies of peasant rebellions.
The second book, is a collection of articles focusing on key concepts shaping Romania's
socio-political development in the modern period, such as: politics,
democracy, Europe, liberal/liberalism, nation, people, national
character, national specificity education, transition, censorship,
totalitarianism, patriotism, etc.