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"This is a study that not only makes a very important contribution to Russian religious, cultural, and social history, but will stimulate controversy about Russia's place in world history."--Glennys Young, Associate Professor of History, University of Washington

Chapter List

List of Figures
Map of the Southern Provinces of the Russian Empire
Preface
Introduction
The Forgotten Pioneers of Radical Evangelicalism in Russia--Historiography, Theory, and Sources
1. Colonialization, Emancipation, and Religious Radicalism
2. The Shalaputs
3. The Stundists
4. Peasant Theologians and the Protestant Ethic
5. The Stundo-Shalaputs, or the Maliovantsy
6. Orthodox Peasants No More
7. The Religious Radicals' Rebellion
Epilogue
From Christian Millennium to Bolshevik Utopia
Appendixes
A. Population of Southern Russian and Ukrainian Provinces, 1861-1900, according to the Governors' Reports
B. Sects in the Southern European Provinces of the Russian Empire, according to the Census of 1897
C. The Registered Sects in the Southern European Provinces of the Russian Empire, according to the Census of 1909-10
Selected Bibliography
Index

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