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Reginald E. Zelnik
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University of Washington Press (April 1, 2005)
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The Perils of Pankratova book.

The Perils of Pankratova book. Renowned Russian historian Reginald E. Zelnik's final manuscript. Zelnik's final manuscript is a biography of Anna Pankratova, a woman from Odessa who became a leading labor historian and academic administrator in the Soviet Union from the 1920s to her death in 1957.

Perils of Pankratova : Some Stories from the Annals of Soviet Historiography: A Memorial Volume. by Reginald E. Zelnik.

Renowned Russian historian Reginald E. Zelnik's final publication is a biography of Anna Pankratova, a woman from Odessa who became a leading labour historian and academic administrator in the Soviet Union, from the 1920s to her death in 1957.

Donald W. Treadgold Studies on Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia: An Inaugural Volume (Glennys Young, page vii). Reginald E. Zelnik's P. Students at the University of California, Berkeley (page 117). Acknowledgments (Glennys Young, page viii). Zelnik's Curriculum Vitae (page 128).

TITLE : Perils of Pankratova : Some Stories from the Annals of Soviet . This book examines Soviet cultural politics from the Revolution to Stalin’s death in 1953.

Zelnik's last monograph marks his first examination of issues of ethnicity and nationalism in the Soviet period, and in the Central Asian context in particular.

Perils of Pankratova : some stories from the annals of Soviet historiography, Reginald E. . Zelnik ; contributions by Laura Engelstein. Pogodin und die Slavische Frage : Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Panslavismus. The Europecentric historiography of Russia : an analysis of the contribution by Russian emigre historians in the USA, 1925-1955, concerning 19th century Russian history, by Elizabeth Beyerly.

Zelnik’s last monograph marks his first examination of issues of ethnicity and nationalism in the Soviet period, and in the Central Asian context in particular.

Slezkine - Reggie's Rebels: An Introduction 2. Zelnik - Perils of Pankratova: Some Stories from the Annals of Soviet Historiography 3. Anna Pankratova's Speech at the XXth Party Congress 4. Discussions Concerning Voprosy Istorii, October 1956 5. Engelstein - "Before Class": Reginald Zelnik as Labor Historian. Zelnik’s last monograph marks his first examination of issues of ethnicity and nationalism in the Soviet period, and in the Central Asian context in particular.

Perils of Pankratova. Some Stories from the Annals of Soviet Historiography. Apr 2005 - University of Washington Press. Previous post: Earl and Edna Stice Lecture-Book Series in Social Science. Next post: Donald R Ellegood Intnl Pub. Subjects.

In 2004, my dissertation advisor Reginald Zelnik was run over by a truck .

In 2004, my dissertation advisor Reginald Zelnik was run over by a truck after producing 28 PhDs during 40 years of teaching at the University of California at Berke-ley, I queried myself on what we had in common, other than deep grief and great loss, for as one of my fellow orphans wrote in memoriam. 3 Benjamin Nathans, In and Out of Class: Reggie Zelnik as Teacher and Mentor, in Perils of Pankratova: Some Stories from the Annals of Soviet Historiography (Seattle: Donald Treadgold Studies on Russia, East Europe and Central Asia, 2005), pp. 105-106. 229. Acta Slavica Iaponica.

Renowned Russian historian Reginald E. Zelnik’s final manuscript is a biography of Anna Pankratova, a woman from Odessa who became a leading labor historian and academic administrator in the Soviet Union from the 1920s to her death in 1957. Drawing upon archival materials once inaccessible to Western scholars, as well as memoirs published since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Zelnik conceptualized his study as one of "constrained dissent," in the sense that Pankratova, a Communist scholar loyal to the Party, nevertheless courageously sought to protect her colleagues, students, and friends from disaster. Portraying Pankratova as both "victim" and "victimizer," Zelnik treats in evocative detail several revealing episodes in her career as "the most powerful woman in the Soviet Union’s history profession." These episodes include her husband’s arrest, her own exile, and the ruin of many scholarly colleagues during the Stalinist purges. One particularly interesting part of Pankratova’s life was her experience during World War II in Kazakhstan, in Soviet Central Asia, which led her to champion the “national rights” of the Kazakhs. Zelnik’s last monograph marks his first examination of issues of ethnicity and nationalism in the Soviet period, and in the Central Asian context in particular.Five essays that address Zelnik’s scholarship as a labor historian who approached the central question of class formation through his investigation of participants’ personal experience, as well as his teaching and citizenship, accompany the monograph. Contributors include Laura Engelstein, David A. Hollinger, Benjamin Nathans, Yuri Slezkine, and Glennys Young. The volume also encompasses excerpts from two Soviet texts, including Pankratova’s historic 1956 speech on the menace of Stalinist legacies in history and historiography.For more information on the Treadgold Papers visit: http://www.jsis.washington.edu/ellison/outreach_treadgold.shtml