Dr. Katya Vladimirov is currently an Assistant Professor of History at Kennsaw State University, specializing in Russian Late Imperial and Soviet History. Born in Moscow, Dr. Vladimirov completed her Ph.D. at Georgetown University, her M.A. at George Mason University and her B.A. at the State Academy of Humanities in Moscow.
2004 0-7734-6337-2 This book is a case study that investigates the social origins, the confessional and ethnic backgrounds, and the culture of work and leisure that constituted the lives of the provincial officials of Russian Poland from the 1870s through the 1900s. It draws on a number of published and unpublished writings, records of proceedings, and other archival sources to produce a rich and non-stereotypical account of the nature of Russian Polish officialdom. The history of the Russian bureaucracy comprises an essential part of the Russian empire. This book delineates its relationship to the multi-national and multi-religious populace and establishes continuities that connect the Russian empire to the Soviet period.