ROMAN K. KOVALEV (Ewing, NJ, USA) & HEIDI M. SHERMAN (Stevens Point, WI, USA) INTRODUCTION . It is our pleasure to introduce the second in a three-volume series dedicated to the life and scholarship of Professor Thomas S. Noonan. We had originally con- ceived this series and prepared the first volume for publication in the winter and spring of 2001 as a Festschrift. But as many readers of this volume know, Tom passed away after a courageous twenty-month struggle with cancer on June 15, 2001. Although he was unable to see the first volume's completion, Tom knew of its preparation and was very moved that so many of his friends and colleagues had composed articles in his. honor. It is with great sadness, therefore, that from this point we must prepare this and the forthcoming volume in Memorium to our much-loved friend, teacher and colleague. The first volume consisted of a variety of articles by American and European scholars that covered topics with broad geographical and temporal themes. This, the second volume, has a more defined thematic focus, with most of the articles touching on subjects dealing with Northern Europe and northwestern Russia dur- ing the Early and
Russian History – Brill
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