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Nancy S Kollmann (Professor)

Nancy S Kollmann (650) 723-9475
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Personal bio
Nancy Kollmann has been teaching at Stanford since 1982; she is a specialist in the history of early modern Russia (from Ivan the Terrible to Catherine the Great). She has published books on kinsihp networks in high politics, on litigations on honor among common people in early Russia and on the practice of the criminal law. She is currently exploring two very different fields-- the use of political violence and the visual world of early modern Russia.

Currently teaching
HISTORY 222: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe and Russia (Winter)
HISTORY 322A: Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe and Russia (Winter)
HISTORY 200F: Doing Microhistory (Autumn)
HISTORY 225E: From Vladimir to Putin: Key Themes in Russian History (Autumn)
HISTORY 325E: From Vladimir to Putin: Key Themes in Russian History (Autumn)
REES 225E: From Vladimir to Putin: Key Themes in Russian History (Autumn)
OSPGEN 62: St. Petersburg and Russia: City, Empire, and Culture (Summer)
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