John Connelly, whose major interest is the societies and cultures of East Central Europe, is associate professor of history at the University of California at Berkeley. He is author of Captive University: The Sovietization of East German, Czech, and Polish Higher Education, 1945-1956 ( 2000).
Michael David-Fox is associate professor of history at the University of Maryland and coeditor of Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History. He is author of Revolution of the Mind: Higher Learning among the Bolsheviks, 1918-1929 ( 1997) and is currently studying the reception of foreign intellectuals in Soviet Russia.
Loren R. Graham is professor of the history of science at MIT and a member of the executive committee of the Davis Center for Russian Studies at Harvard University. He has published numerous books and articles on the history of Russian science, most recently, What Have We Learned about Science and Technology from the Russian Experience? ( 1998). He is a member of the American Philosophical Society and an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
Stephen Fortescue, associate professor in the School of Political Science at the University of New South Wales, has published extensively on Russian science policy. His major research effort is