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Michael C. Hickey
Since the early 1990s, I have done about 75 book reviews (for Russian Review, Slavic Review, and other publications) on books about Russian revolutionary parties and politics, on local history in late Imperial and Soviet Russia, and on Russian-Jewish history. Several of these have been for H-Russia, and I am always interested in doing reviews.
|List Affiliations:||Reviewer for H-Judaic
Reviewer for H-Russia
|Reviews:||Acculturation and the Maskalic Confidence Man
"Why Herschel Hershenberg Wasn't a Pole"
Is He or Is He Not Rappoport?
Lenin's Blank Pages
PhD in Russian and Soviet History, Northern Illinois University, 1993.
Professor of History, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Primary teaching fields: Russian and Soviet history; European Jewish history
Primary areas of publication: Russian and Russian-Jewish local history, late Imperial and Soviet period.
Most recent major publication: Competing Voices in the Russian Revolution: Fighting Words (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood, 2011) [Winner of the American Library Association's 2012 RUSA Award; a 2011 CHOICE Outstanding Title]