Daily Archives: October 6, 2011

Completeness or lack thereof

I’m thrilled to see John’s post, because he brings up a point that I’ve been thinking about a lot, too–the incompleteness of the supposedly complete. I also came to think about it through the 18th century, and through RGADA (the … Continue reading

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My Favorite Laws

In my first post, I promised to blog about life on Russia’s roads in the eighteenth-century, and also about the “after-life” of the Russian Empire, as it is finding expression in the digital realm. Here’s something that combines a little … Continue reading

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