For the past eight years or so, my research and writing have focused on migration in Russian political space across the Imperial, Soviet, and post-Soviet periods. The fruits of my collective endeavors with Leslie Page Moch include Broad is My Native Land: Repertoires and Regimes of Migration in Russia’s Twentieth Century (Cornell University Press), which was published in November 2014 and “Transnationalism in One Country? Seeing and Not Seeing Cross-Border Migration within the Soviet Union,” Slavic Review, vol. 75, no. 4 (Winter 2016): 970-986. During my consultancy year (2017-18) I wrote “Stuck on Communism: Memoir of a Russian Historian.”
I am no longer accepting graduate students because of my pending retirement in 2018.