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Matthew Lee Miller

University of Northwestern – St. Paul

Matthew Lee Miller is Professor of History at the University of Northwestern in St. Paul, Minnesota (United States). He is the author of The American YMCA and Russian Culture: The Preservation and Expansion of Orthodox Christianity, 1900-1940 (Lexington Books, 2013) and editor of John R. Mott, the American YMCA, and Revolutionary Russia (Slavica Publishers/Indiana University, 2020). His recent articles include “Paul B. Anderson and the 1956 Delegation of US Church Leaders to Moscow” in Messenger of the Russian State Humanities University: Political Science, History, International Relations (2022). Currently he is writing a biography of Paul B. Anderson (1894-1985), a dedicated advocate for Orthodox Christians who supported the YMCA Press, the Russian Student Christian Movement, and the St. Sergius Theological Academy in Paris. Miller received his Ph.D. in modern Russian and European history from the University of Minnesota.

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Международные отношения: история, историография, методология

Looking East: The American YMCA’s Interaction with Russian Orthodox Christians, 1900–40

Eastern Christianity In The Twin Cities: The Churches of Minneapolis and St. Paul, 1989-2014

A Hunger For Books: The American YMCA Press and Russian Readers