Russian Thought in Context

Series Editor: Daniel Beer (Royal Holloway, University of London)

This series will publish monographs and edited collections in the intellectual history of Russia. The series will feature the history of ideas but also works that explore the broader intellectual life of Russian society through the study of its creation within a variety of institutional settings and cultural traditions. Topics may include the history of political, religious and philosophical thought, the history of spatial concepts, the history of science and medicine and intellectual biographies. Submissions are welcomed from scholars working on the long history of Russian thought, within local, pan-European, or global contexts.

Editorial Board:

  • Yanni Kotsonis (NYU)
  • Simon Werrett (UCL)
  • Yvonne Howell (Richmond)
  • John Randolph (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  • Ilya Vinitsky (Princeton)
  • Rebecca Reich (Cambridge)
  • Mark Bassin (Södertörn)
  • Victoria Frede (Berkeley)