Joseph C. Bradley, Jr.


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B.A., University of Wisconsin
A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University

Guns for the Tsar: American Technology and the Small Arms Industry in Nineteenth-century Russia (DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University Press), 1990

Muzhik and Muscovite: Urbanization in Late Imperial Russia (Berkeley: University of California Press), 1985

Voluntary Associations and the Formation of Civil Society in Russia, 1750-1930 (in progress)

"Subjects into Citizens: Societies, Civil Society, and Autocracy in Tsarist Russia," The American Historical Review 107, no. 4 (October, 2002), pp. 1094-1123.

"Science, Technology and the Public at the Moscow Exposition," (IREX Policy Papers: Science, Technology, and the Public in Russia, 1999)

"Russia's Cities of Dreadful Delight," Journal of Urban History, 24, no. 1 (November 1997), pp. 120-129

"Russia's Parliament of Public Opinion: Association, Assembly and the Autocracy, 1906-1914," in Theodore Taranovski, ed., Reform in Russian and Soviet History (Cambridge University Press), pp. 212-236

"Voluntary Associations, Civic Culture and Obshchestvennost' in Moscow", in Edith Clowes, Samuel Kassow and James West, eds., Between Tsar and People: Educated Society and the Quest for Public Identity in Late Imperial Russia, (Princeton, 1991), pp. 131-148

Russian Studies in History (co-editor), 1993-present

Awards, Honors
National Council for Soviet and East European Research grant, 1993-94

Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha chapter of Wisconsin

Course Offerings (Fall 2002)
Hist 2603: Russia and the West
Hist 3323: Politics and History in Soviet Films
History 4843: The Russian Revolution