Maureen Perrie

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Maureen Perrie (born 1946) is a British historian, Professor Emeritus of Russian History at the University of Birmingham,[1] and a lecturer in Russian History at the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Birmingham.[2]

Career[edit]

The main focus of Perrie's research and studies has been Russian history from the sixteenth to the twentieth century.[3] She is one of the editors of the three-volume The Cambridge History of Russia.[3] In addition, from 2001–2004, Perrie served as President of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES).[3] She is currently serving as the Vice-President of BASEES.[3]

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • The Agrarian Policy of the Russian Socialist- Revolutionary Party: from its Origins through the Revolution of 1905-1907, 1976
  • The Image of Ivan the Terrible in Russian Folklore, 1987
  • Pretenders and Popular Monarchism in Early Modern Russia: the False Tsars of the Time of Troubles, 1995
  • The Cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalin’s Russia, 2001
  • (with Andrei Pavlov) Ivan the Terrible, 2003
  • (ed.) Cambridge History of Russia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. 3 vols.

Articles[edit]

  • "Folklore as Evidence of Peasant Mentalite"
  • "The Sovialist Revolution"
  • "Correspondence"
  • "The Russian Peasant Movement of 1905-1907: Its Social Composition and Revolutionary Significance"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maureen Perrie. getCited. http://www.getcited.org/mbrz/10397841.
  2. ^ Perrie, Maureen, ed. Cambridge History of Russia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006
  3. ^ a b c d Perrie, Maureen, ed. Cambridge History of Russia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

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