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Kyle Hafar wrote: > > Date: Tue, 16 Mar 1999 07:48:48 +0000 > From: Marshall Poe <mpoe@IAS.EDU> > > Dear Colleagues: > Several days ago I posted a request for the URLs of web sites related to > Russian history. Thanks to all those who responded. Now I am > particularly > interested in learning about personal or departmental web sites that > contain > course material for Russian history (and related historical fields -- > literature, art, linguistics, etc.). If you have a web site that contains > syllabi or other materials for students in your courses, please take the > time to send the relevant addresses to me. > > All the Best, MP > > Marshall Poe > Institute for Advanced Study Marshall, my URLs for the Soviet courses are as follows: http://www.richmond.edu/~history/RYLE/earlysoviet/earlysovindex.html http://www.richmond.edu/~history/RYLE/latesoviet/latesovindex.html I also teach a marxism/leninism class with the URL http://www.richmond.edu/~history/comsoc/comsoc.htm Martin Ryle H-RUSSIA Editor Professor of History University of Richmond