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Faculty: Jonathan Brent

Jonathan Brent

Jonathan Brent is the Visiting Alger Hiss Professor of History and Literature at Bard College. He is the author of Inside the Stalin Archives: Discovering the New Russia (2008), Stalin's Last Crime (2003, named one of the Best Books of the Year by the Financial Times), and Isaac Babel (forthcoming). He has held editorial positions at Yale University Press and Northwestern University Press, and has been widely published.
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