Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 History of Ideas Chapter 3 Translatio Imperii and Translatio Religionis: The Geography of Salvation in Russian and American Messianic Thinking Chapter 4 The Religious Westernism of Ivan Gagarin Chapter 5 Guizot in Russia Chapter 6 Alexander Herzen's "Russian Socialism" Chapter 7 The Problem of "Russia and the West" in Russian Historiography (with special reference to M.I. Rostovstev and P.N Miliukov) Chapter 8 William James through a Russian Prism: The Case of the Moscow God-Seekers Part 9 Regimes and Political Practice Chapter 10 Crosscurrents of French, Austiran, and Russian Security Policing, 1750-1990 Chapter 11 Poland between East and West: Law, Order, and Political Policing in the Kingdom of Poland, 1815-1914 Chapter 12 Terror in Pravda1917-1939: All the News that was Fit to Print Chapter 13 Modern Times: the Soviet Union and the Interwar Conjuncture Chapter 14 Persistence of the Ethic of Soviet Socialism in Late Twentieth Century Russia Part 15 The Contemporary Scene: Politics and Intellectuals Chapter 16 Russia, Europe, and "Western Civilization" Chapter 17 A Critique of the Concept of Globalization Chapter 18 Scenes from the Polish Hell Chapter 19 Poland, Europe, and Russia Chapter 20 Foxes into Hedgehogs: Berlin and Tolstoy Chapter 21 Martin Malia and the Understanding of Russia
Catherine Evtuhov is an associate professor of history at Georgetown University. Stephen Kotkin teaches in the Department of History at Princeton University.
A welcome addition to the study of intellectual history. It engages many of the subtle complexities involved in not only understanding Europe's past, but also-and pertinently so-in reflecting upon her future. -- Frances Nethercott, University of St. Andrews * Studies In East European Thought *