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John Bushnell

Affiliated Faculty, Slavic and History

Ph.D., Indiana, 1977
John Bushnell (Ph.D. Indiana, 1977) is a Russian historian with many specialties, including peasant culture and contemporary Russian society. He has won awards from the NEH and has been an IREX fellow. His first book was Mutiny amid Repression: Russian Soldiers in the Revolution of 1905-1906, and his Moscow Graffiti: Language and Subculture was published in 1990. He is currently working on a study of Russian peasant marriage from the 1690s to the 1960s, and projects on Russian popular culture, and popular sedition in post-Stalin society.