Publications

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

  • “Religious Liberty in the Russian Federation after 1997.” In Minority Religions in Europe and the Middle East, ed. George D. Chryssides. INFORM Series. London: Ashgate, forthcoming. 25 pp. typescript.
  • “The ‘Quaker Heresy’ in Siberia.” Canadian-American Slavic Studies (2016, forthcoming), 28 pp. typescript.
  • “The Apocalyptic Legacy of Pseudo-Ephraem in Russia: The Sermon on the Antichrist.” In Catastrophes and the Apocalyptic, ed. Jaime Lara. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2016, forthcoming. 35 pp. typescript.
  • “Three Perspectives on Russian Pilgrims.” Modern Greek Studies Yearbook (2015, forthcoming), 15 pp. typescript.
  • “Utopian Communities on the Southwestern Frontier of the United States and China.” Comparative Studies on Chinese and American Areas (2015): 3-10.
  • “Multiculturalism and Religious Education in the Russian Federation: The Fundamentals of Religious Cultures and Secular Ethics.” State, Religion, and Church (March 2015): 44-74, http://srch.ranepa.ru/node/482.
  • “Drama in the Service of Orthodoxy: Dimitrii of Rostov’s Theatrical Investigation of the Schism.” In Performance and Theatricality in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. Markus Cruse. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Forthcoming 2016. 25 pp. typescript.
  • “A Religious Innovator in Paris: Mother Maria (Skobtsova, 1891-1945).” Women in French Studies (2014): 179-89.
  • “Jewish Studies in Contemporary St. Petersburg.” Scripta Judaica Cracoviensia 11 (2013): 47-53
  • “Russian Spiritual Christianity and the Closing of the Black-Earth Frontier: The First Heresy Trials of the Dukhobors in the 1760s.” Russian History 40 (2013): 221-43.
  • “Traders, Vagabonds, Incarnate Christs, and Pilgrims: The Religious Network of Danilo Filippov, 1650-1850.” Poverty and Prosperity in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. Anne Scott and Cynthia Kosso, 225-39. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Turnhout: Brepols, 2012.
  • “The Woman Clothed in the Sun: Pacifism and Apocalyptic Discourse among Russian Spiritual Christian Molokan-Jumpers.” Church History 80, no. 1 (March 2011): 109-138.
  • “The Predecessors of Patriarch Aleksandr (Kalinin) of the Russian Ancient Orthodox Church: Archbishops Nikola (Pozdnev) and Stefan (Rastorguev).” Gumanitarnye issledovaniia Vnutrennei Azii [Humanities Research of Inner Asia], no. 2-3 (2008): 90-98.
  • “Mapping the Limits of Orthodoxy: Russian Orthodox Missionary Encounters in Perm’ Diocese, 1828-1912.” Russian History/Histoire Russe 35, no. 1-2 (2008): 113-28.
  • “An Old Believer Monastery on the Volga: The Cheremshan Monastic Complex, 1820-1925.” Slavonica 7, no. 2 (2001): 9-27.
  • “The Church of the Transfiguring Theotokos and the Discourse of Russian Nationalism,” Nova Religio 3, no. 2 (April 2000): 320-49.
  • “Russian Israel.” Communal Societies 18 (1998): 81-91.
  • “Apocalypticism in the Russian Borderlands: Inochentie (Levizor, 1875-1917) and His Moldovan Followers.” Religion, State and Society 26, nos. 3/4 (1998): 251-63.
  • “Literary Images of the Russian ‘Flagellants,’ 1861-1905.” Russian History, 24, no. 4 (Winter 1997): 425-39.
  • “The Theological Origins of the Christ-Faith [Khristovshchina].” Russian History, 15, no. 1 (Spring 1988): 21‑41.
  • “God’s People in the Early Eighteenth Century: The Uglich Affair of 1717.” Cahiers du Monde russe et soviétique, 26, no. 1 (January-March 1985): 69-124

 

INVITED CHAPTERS

  • “The Orthodox Church of the Sovereign Mother of God (OCSMG).” World Religions and Spirituality Project, ed. David Bromley, 1-11. Richmond, VA: Virginia Commonwealth University, 2014, http://www.wrs.vcu.edu/profiles/OCMSG.htm.
  • “Rethinking Religion, Race, and Modernity: The Experience of the Russian Spiritual Christian Molokan Jumpers in Russia and the United States, 1850-1930.” In Varieties of Russian Modernity, ed. Ana Siljak and Christopher Stroop. Dekalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Press, forthcoming. 35 pp. typescript.
  • “Religious Freedom, the Religious Market, and Spiritual Entrepreneurship in Russia after 1997.” In Religious Freedom in Russia, ed. Randall Poole and Paul Werth. University of Pittsburgh Press, forthcoming. 50 ms. pp.
  • “The Orthodox Church of the Sovereign Mother of God / The New Cathar Church.” In Revisionism and Diversification in New Religious Movements, ed. Eileen Barker. 93-109. London: Ashgate, 2013.
  • Samuelson, Norbert (50%) and J. Eugene Clay (50%). “Science and Judaism/Christianity Dialogue on the Authority of Sacred Texts and Leaders.” In Science and the World Religions, 3 volumes, volume 3: Religions and Controversies, ed. Patrick McNamara and Wesley J. Wildman, 1-23. Brain, Behavior and Evolution.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, 2012.
  • “Transhumanism and the Orthodox Christian Tradition.” In Building a Better Human? Focusing the Debate on Transhumanism, ed. Hava Tirosh-Samuelson and Kenneth Mossman, 153-80. Beyond Humanism: Trans- and Post-Humanism, ed. Stefan Sorgner. Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang, 2012.
  • “Judaism and Jewish Influences in Russian Spiritual Christianity: The Practices of the Early Dukhobors and the Prophecies of Maksim Rudometkin.” In Holy Dissent: Jewish and Christian Mystics in Eastern Europe, ed. Glenn Dynner, 309-33. Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 2011.
  • “Priestly Old Belief in Saratov Province: Nikolai Pozdnev and the Creation of an Old Believer Hierarchy in 1923.” In Russia’s Dissident Old Believers, edited by Robert Nichols and Georg Michels, 199-217. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009.
  • “The Korean Presbyterian Mission in Ulan-Ude and the Awakening of Ethnic Identity in Buryatia, 1995-2007.” In Gumanitarnye issledovaniia Vnutrennei Azii [Humanities Research of Inner Asia], 1 (2007): 110-119.
  • “Food Imagery in the Tale of Boiarynia Morozova.” Staroobriadchestvo: Istoriia i sovremennost’, mestnye traditsii, russkie i zarubezhnye sviazy (Old Belief: History and Modernity, Local Traditions, Relations in Russia and Abroad), edited by Svetlana V. Vasil’eva, 238-44. Ulan-Ude: Buriat State University Press, 2007.
  • “Confessional Networks in Central Russia: The Cult of the Kostroma Peasant Danilo Filippov, 1700-1850.” In Mezhkonfessional’nye otnosheniia na rubezhe tysiachiletii (Interconfessional Relations at the Turn of the Millennium), edited by Liubov’ L. Abaeva, 297-303. Ulan-Ude: Buriat State University Press, 2007.
  • “Orthodox Missionaries and ‘Orthodox Heretics’ in Russia, 1886-1917.” In Of Religion and Empire: Missions, Conversion, and Tolerance in Tsarist Russia, edited by Michael Khodarkovsky and Robert Geraci, 38-69. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 2001.
  • “Apocalypticism in Eastern Europe.” In Encyclopedia of Apocalypticism. Volume 3: Apocalypticism in the Modern Period and the Contemporary Age, edited by Stephen Stein, 293-321. New York: Continuum Press, 1998.

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