Beyond Sovietology: Essays in Politics and History

Beyond Sovietology: Essays in Politics and History

by Susan Gross Solomon

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Beyond Sovietology: Essays in Politics and History by Susan Gross Solomon

This volume - a product of the Soviet Domestic Politics workshop sponsored by the Social Science Research Council - marks an end and a new beginning. The end, of course, is that of Sovietology, now permanently "overtaken by events". The beginning encompasses not only a radical multiplication of subjects for analysis - the post-Soviet states - but also the arrival of a new generation of scholars entering the field at its turning point. As the essays in this collection demonstrate, they bring fresh contemporary social scientific questions and methods to an unprecedentedly accessible universe of diverse social groups and societies once subsumed under the Soviet rubric. Their work enriches not only post-Soviet studies but the entire range of comparativist work in the social sciences. Among the authors included here are Jane Dawson, Ellen Hamilton, Joel Hellman, Mark Saroyan, Joseph Schull and Michael Smith.

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ISBN-13: 9781563242212
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/31/1993
Series: Contemporary Soviet/Post-Soviet Politics Series
Pages: 280
Lexile: 1620L (what's this?)

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