New Book on the History of Russian Thought
Palgrave Macmillan has published a new book on Russian thought The Palgrave Handbook of Russian Thought
The book contains the works of Russian and foreign researchers on the intellectual history of Russia.
Two chapters for the collection were written by the Laboratory staff, the head of the laboratory, Professor Vladimir K. Kantor (Chernyshevsky and Dostoevsky: Together in Opposition) and a chief research fellow Alexei A. Kara-Murza (Between East and West: Russian Identity in the Émigré Writings of Ilya Fondaminsky and Semyon Portugeis).
The book was published under the editorship of Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina M. F. Bykova, Professors of the University of Bonn M. N. Foster and L. Steiner.