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Mark Steinberg's research focuses on the city, revolutions, emotions, violence, space, moralities, and utopia. His books include Voices of Revolution, 1917 (Yale, 2001); Proletarian Imagination: Self, Modernity, and the Sacred in Russia, 1910-1925 (Cornell, 2002); Sacred Stories: Religion and Spirituality in Modern Russia, ed. with Heather Coleman (Indiana, 2006); A History of Russia, with Nicholas Riasanovsky (Oxford, 9th edition, 2018); Religion, Morality, and Community in Post-Soviet Societies, ed. with Catherine Wanner (Indiana, 2008); Kul’tury gorodov Rossiiskoi imperii na rubezhe XIX - XX vekov,  ed. with Boris Kolonitskii (St. Petersburg, Evropeiskii dom, 2009); Petersburg Fin de Siècle (Yale, 2011); The Russian Revolution, 1905-1921 (Oxford, 2017); and Utopian Russia (Bloomsbury, forthcoming 2021). He was the editor of Slavic Review  from 2006 to 2013. He is currently working a new book project, "Crooked and Straight in the City: Street, Night, and Morality in New York, Bombay, and Odessa in the 1920s and 1930s."

Research Interests

Russia, cities, revolutions, emotions, and utopia

Education

PhD University of California, Berkeley, 1987

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425 Gregory Hall
810 S Wright
M/C 466
Urbana, IL 61801

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