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Catherine Evtuhov

Columbia University

CATHERINE EVTUHOV is a Professor of History at Columbia University. She wrote her dissertation, “Sergei Bulgakov: A Study in Modernism and Society in Russia, 1900-1918,” under the direction of Nicholas Riasanovsky and Martin Malia, at UC Berkeley in the late 1980s. Her book, The Cross and the Sickle: Sergei Bulgakov and the Fate of Russian Religious Philosophy, 1890-1920 (1997), was published in tandem with her translation of the key text of Bulgakov’s “early” period, Philosophy of Economy (Yale UP, 2000). The Cross and the Sickle appeared in Russian translation in 2021. She is a co-author of A History of Russia: Peoples, Legends, Events, Forces (2003; Turkish translation 2018), and author of Portrait of a Russian Province: Economy, Society, and Civilization in 19th-Century Nizhnii Novgorod (2011) which was awarded the Wayne Vucinich prize from ASEEES in 2012. Her interests include the intersection of environmental and philosophical thought, cultural transmission, Russia in the Elizabethan period, and the history of the Black Sea region. She taught in the History Department at Georgetown University for many years, until 2016.

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An Unexpected Source Of Russian Neo-Kantianism: Alexander Vvedensky And Lobachevsky's Geometry

О сносках Булгакова (идейный контекст «Философии хозяйства»)