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List of Contributors Tracy Nichols Busch has been teaching history at Ferris State University since 2006. Her dissertation, “‘A Class on Wheels’: Avtodor and the ‘Automobilization’ of the Soviet Union, 1927-1935” (2003), written under the mentorship of Richard Stites, was about an early Soviet society named Avtodor that worked to “automobilize” the young Soviet state between 1927 and 1935. She is presently expanding her dissertation into a monograph on road building during the interwar period. She has published in the Russian Review and Journal of Transport History and teaches a wide variety of courses on Russian, European, and women’s history at Ferris. She is also on the Editorial Board of Transfers, An Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies . Randall D. Law is an Associate Professor of History at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama, and the author of Terrorism: A History (2009), a survey of the field that was hailed in The Naval War College Review as “the quintessential work on the subject” and praised by John A. Nagl, president of the Center for a New American Security, as “comprehensive [and,] highly recommended.” Law earned his Ph.D. in Russian and European history from Georgetown University where he wrote his dissertation on Russian http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Canadian-American Slavic Studies Brill

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Canadian-American Slavic Studies , Volume 47 (2): 247 – Jan 1, 2013

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Brill
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© 2013 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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List of Contributors
ISSN
0090-8290
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2210-2396
DOI
10.1163/22102396-04702017
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Tracy Nichols Busch has been teaching history at Ferris State University since 2006. Her dissertation, “‘A Class on Wheels’: Avtodor and the ‘Automobilization’ of the Soviet Union, 1927-1935” (2003), written under the mentorship of Richard Stites, was about an early Soviet society named Avtodor that worked to “automobilize” the young Soviet state between 1927 and 1935. She is presently expanding her dissertation into a monograph on road building during the interwar period. She has published in the Russian Review and Journal of Transport History and teaches a wide variety of courses on Russian, European, and women’s history at Ferris. She is also on the Editorial Board of Transfers, An Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies . Randall D. Law is an Associate Professor of History at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama, and the author of Terrorism: A History (2009), a survey of the field that was hailed in The Naval War College Review as “the quintessential work on the subject” and praised by John A. Nagl, president of the Center for a New American Security, as “comprehensive [and,] highly recommended.” Law earned his Ph.D. in Russian and European history from Georgetown University where he wrote his dissertation on Russian

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