Esther Kingston-Mann

Esther
Kingston-Mann

Ford Service Professor of History Emerita, University of Massachusetts Boston

Center Associate
Expertise
Comparative history: Rural Women and Rural Development
Modernization and Development in Imperial
Soviet
and Post-Soviet history
Lenin and Peasant Revolution
Peasant Communes in 20th century Russia
Current Project
How Much Land Does A Woman Need? Women, Property Rights and Rural Development.
Foreign Language

Education

Ph.D.
, History
, Johns Hopkins University
Selected Publications

"Deconstructing the Romance of the Bourgeoisie: A Russian Marxist Path Not Taken," Review of International Political Economy, (February, 2003) 93-117.

In Search of the True West: Culture, Economics and Problems of Russian Development (Princeton UP, 1999).

Lenin and the Problem of Marxist Peasant Revolution (Oxford UP, 1983).

"Claiming Property: The Soviet-era Private Plot as 'Women's Turf,'" in The Borders of Socialism: The 'Public' and the 'Private' during the Soviet Era, ed. Lewis Siegelbaum (Palgrave, 2006) 25-46.

Women, Land Rights and Rural Development: How Much Land Does a Woman Need? (Routledge, Forthcoming 2018).

Country
Telephone
781-646-7863