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Jonathan A. Bone <email@example.com>
William Paterson University
|Address:||205 Pinehurst #1B
New York, New York 10033
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-NEAsia
List Editor for H-NEAsia
|Interests:||Asian History / Studies
Demographic History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Environmental History / Studies
Ethnic History / Studies
European History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Ph.D. University of Chicago, 2003. Dissertation: "Socialism in a Far Country: Stalinist Population Politics And The Making Of The Soviet Far East, 1929-1929."
MA University of Chicago, 1990
2. Selected Bibliography
"Rethinking Stalinist Industrialization In The Soviet Far East." In John van Oudenaren, William V. Reger, and Eva-Maria Stolberg, eds., The Siberian Saga: A History Of Russia's Wild East. Leyden: Brill, forthcoming.
An Annotated Guide To Stalin's Office Logbook, 1924-1931. Stalin Era Research and Archives Project Working Paper no. 3, University of Toronto, 1999.
"Soviet Controls On The Circulation Of Information." Cahiers du Monde Russe 40.1-2 (January-June 1999): 65-90.
"A la recherche d'un Komsomol perdu: Who Really Built Komsomol'sk-na-Amure, and Why?" Revue des Ètudes Slaves 53.1 (1999): 59-92.
3. Courses currently taught:
HIST101 Foundations of Western Civilization
HIST102 West and the World
HIST330 Imperial Russia
HIST331 Twentieth-Century Russia
HIST339 Russian Revolutionary Movement
HIST345 Social History of Russia through Literature and
HIST399 Russia In Asia
HIST427 Peasant Russia
HIST428 Stalin and his Times
HIST429 Russian Revolution
HIST501 Information Technology and the Historical
HIST538 Seminar on Empires
HIST539 Seminar on War and Revolution
4. Conference papers:
Ground On Which to Fight: Red Army Resettlement In The Soviet Far East, 1929-1953, at AAASS 34th national convention (November 2002), Pittsburgh
Rethinking Stalinist Industrialization In The Soviet Far East, at AAASS 33d national convention (November 2001), Washington.
Russian Far East Archives (roundtable), at AAASS 32nd national convention (November 2000), Denver.
Socialist Competition In Dal’nevostochnyi Krai During The First Five Year Plan, at AAASS 32nd national convention (November 2000), Denver.
Soviet Archives In Post-Soviet Russia, at Midwest Archives Conference Annual Spring Meeting (May 2000), Chicago.
Asia Stops Here: Border-Zone Slavicization And The Fate Of The Far Eastern Koreans, at AAASS 31st national convention (November 1999), St. Louis.
Eksport rabochei revoliutsii: Otnosheniia menedzhmenta i rabochikh na Kitaisko-Vostochnoi zheleznoi doroge v 1924-1934 gg, at "Dal'nii Vostok Rossii—Severo-Vostok Kitaia: Istoricheskii opyt vzaimodeistviia i perspektivy sotrudnichestva," conference in Khabarovsk (Russia) commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of Harbin (Manchuria), June 1998.
Harbin and the struggle for Manchurian exports, 1925–1935, at AAASS 29th national convention (November 1997), Seattle.
Discussant, panel on Repression in the Soviet Far East, 1930–1940, at AAASS 28th national convention (November 1997), Seattle.
Archival holdings in the Russian Far East: Some implications for the study of Stalinist governance, at University of Toronto Stalin-Era Research and Archives Project seminar "Viewing the Stalin era through the prism of regional archives," Toronto (June 1997).
Towards a better functional understanding of Soviet social control?!, at University of Chicago Russian-Soviet Studies Workshop (June 1997).
Soviet controls on information, at Yale University conference "Assessing the new Soviet archival sources" (May 1997), New Haven.
A la recherche d'un Komsomol perdu: Who really built Komsomol'sk-na-Amure, and why," at University of Chicago Russian-Soviet Studies Workshop (February 1997).
Yellow Peril, Red Army: The semi-advertent origins of Far Eastern militarization, at University of Chicago Russian-Soviet Studies Workshop (October 1996) and Midwest Russian History Workshop (October, 1996), Ann Arbor.
Voina i mir na Dal'nem Vostoke do vtorovoi mirovoi voiny: Neuzheli est' raznitsa? At International Conference in commemoration of victory in the Great Patriotic War, Khabarovsk, Russia (April 1995).
Mesto obveneniia v konstruktsii sovetskogo obshchestva. At inter-university seminar, Totalitarianizma v opyte sovetskoi istorii, Vladivostok, Russia (February 1995).
Problematicheskii mir: Peresmotr Sovetsko-Iaponskogo pakta o neitralitete 1941-go g. At Istoricheskii opyt osvoeniia vostochnykh raionov Rossii, Vladivostok, Russia (September 1993).
Rice, Rubber And Development Policies: The Mise-En-Valeur Of French Indochina On The Eve Of The Second World War. At Annual Meeting, French Colonial History Society of America (May 1991), Mackinac Island MI.
5. Fellowships and Awards
Von Holst Lectureship, University of Chicago, 1998.
Social Science Research Council dissertation grant, 1997-98.
Fulbright/IREX joint dissertation-research grant, 1994-95.
Mellon Foundation language-training grant, 1994.
6. Research in Progress
Book project: Moving People: Stalinist Population Politics and the Making of the Soviet Far East
7. Academic Experience:
2001-- Lecturer/Assistant Professor, William Paterson University.
2000: Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
1999: Lecturer, University of Chicago.
1998: Von Holst Lecturer, University of Chicago.