The Journal of Russian American Studies (JRAS) is a peer-reviewed journal focused on the history of Russian-American studies from the 18th to the 21st centuries.  Its aim is to be a forum for the latest scholarship regarding the history of the intricate relationship between Russia (broadly defined) and the United States.   The journal welcomes submissions and publishes articles and book reviews in English and Russian.

Announcements

JRAS 3.2 (November 2019) Published!

2019-11-05

JRAS 3.2 (November 2019) is Published!  The editors of the Journal of Russian American Studies (JRAS) are pleased to announce the publication of our sixth issue.  This completes the third year of publication of our journal!  In this issue, you will find articles about Madeline Z. Doty in Russia during the First World War and Bolshevik Revolution by Julia Mickenberg.  Donald W. Whisenhunt and William Benton Whisenhunt reveal some interesting passages of the travel diary of American businessman Sam Hill from his trips to Russia between 1899 and 1916.  Recent Ph.D. recipient, Andrew Jacobs analyzes the Detente era 1972 Soviet-American Youth Conference.  As usual, we have several Book Reviews and interesting information in the Field Notes.

As we reach the end of our third year of publication, we would like to thank all of those who have contributed to the journal, served on its editorial board, helped as manuscript reviewers and have read the journal!  We are thrilled with the circulation of the journal worldwide.  A special thanks to Marianne Reed, Pam LeRow, and the University of Kansas Libraries for all of their technical support of this journal.

For readers of the journal - join us!  We are always looking for good articles to publish, books to review, and people to participate in the life of the journal.  Spread the word!

 

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