Russia at the Barricades: Eyewitness Accounts of the August 1991 Coup

By Victoria E. Bonnell; Ann Cooper et al. | Go to book overview

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Victoria E. Bonnell, Professor of Sociology at the University of California at Berkeley, has written about Russian history, society, and politics. Her books include a study of Russia's prerevolutionary labor and revolutionary movements, an edited volume on Russian workers under the tsarist regime, and a forthcoming work on political iconography in Soviet propaganda art. She has visited Russia many times over the past twenty-three years and has been a close observer of the Russian scene.

Ann Cooper worked as a journalist in Moscow from December 1986 through September 1991. She opened National Public Radio's bureau in the Soviet capital in 1987 and served as NPR bureau chief for the next four and a half years. She also contributed articles to the New York Times on politics and change in the Soviet Union. Ms. Cooper worked previously for National Journal, The Baltimore Sun, Congressional Quarterly, and The Louisville Courier-Journal. She is currently NPR's correspondent in South Africa.

Gregory Freidin, Professor of Russian Literature and the Humanities at Stanford University, is a writer and commentator on Russian culture and politics. The author of a critical biography of Osip Mandelstam, he is completing a book about Isaac Babel and his reception in Russia and the United States. His articles on contemporary Russian politics and cultural life have appeared in many journals. He returns frequently to Moscow, where he lived before emigrating to the United States in 1971.

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