Builders and Deserters: Students, State, and Community in Leningrad, 1917-1941

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Index
A Note to ReadersBecause the entire book deals with the different dimensions of the training and education of students, the category "education" is not used in the index. For specific types of education, readers should refer to "curricular programs," "vuzy (higher schools)," or the relevant subheadings under "students."
Airapet'iants, E.Sh., 8, 134, 136
All-Union Committee on Higher Education (VKVSh), 88, 137
All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) (VKP[b]). See Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks)
All-Union Council of Trade Unions (VTsSPS), 102
Arendt, Hannah, 261
Bailes, Kendall, 5, 52
Bobryshev, I.T., 232
Bogdanov, N., 212
Brezhnev, L.I., 5, 8
Bubnov, A.S., 78
Bukharin, N.I., 77, 274
Bukhbinder, N.A., 48
Central Bureau of Proletarian Students (TsBPS), 9, 69, 181-2, 238; formation of, 102; liquidation of, 120-I; organization and structure of, 102, 120-I, 125; politics in, 107-8, 116-17
Chlenov, M.A., 28-9
Chubarov Alley affair, 210
civil war, 38-9, 42-3, 46, 49, 52, 57-60. See also Petrograd: civil war
Cohen, Stanley, 201
Communist Youth League (Komsomol): composition of, 91; "etiquette," 206-9, 233; opposition sentiment in, 109-10, 254; and student politics, 50, 125
Council of People's Commissars (Sovnarkom), 44, 149, 184, 232
curricular programs: agricultural, 145, 157-8; brigade-laboratory method, 152-4; Dalton Plan, 145; Faculty of Social Sciences, 56-7; history, 156-7; industrial-technical training, 57, 157, 177-85; medical, 57-8, 78, 145, 157-8; pedagogical, 57-8, 146; pre‐ revolutionary, 34-5; reforms of 1919-21, 56-9; reforms of 1922-28, 656, 143, 144-6, 318nI5; reforms of 1928-31, 778, 150-I; reforms of 1932-38, 155-7, 32In44. See also vuzy
Davidson, Riva, 210, 253
Deineka, D., 159
Delianov, I.D., 18-19
Dunham, Vera, 7
Durkheim, Emile, 252
Eideman, E, 69, 116, 120
Esenin, Sergei: and the Eseninshchina, 210-II, 230
Extraordinary Commission in Combatting Counter‐ revolution and Sabotage (Cheka), 42, 49, 51-2
Ezhov, N., 133
Faiermark, David, 219-20
first five-year plan (1928‐ 32), 5, 7, 76-7, 142, 261
Fitzpatrick, Sheila, 5, 261
Friese, George, 142
Frish, S.E., 60, 145
Gastev, Alexei, 177

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