Hellie, Richard

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HELLIE, Richard

HELLIE, Richard. American, b. 1937. Genres: History. Career: Rutgers University, NJ, assistant professor, 1965-66; University of Chicago, assistant professor, 1966-71, associate professor, 1971-80, professor of Russian history, 1980-2001, Thomas E. Donnelley Professor, 2001-. Publications: Enserfment and Military Change in Muscovy, 1971; Slavery in Russia, 1450-1725, 1982, 2nd ed., 1984; (trans.) Ulozhenie: The Law Code of 1649, 1987; Khololpstvo v Rossii 1450-1725, 1998; The Economy and Material Culture of Russia 1600-1725, 1999. EDITOR: (author, and trans.) Muscovite Society, 1967; The Plow, the Hammer, and the Knout: Essays in Eighteenth-Century Russian Economic History by Arcadius Kahan, 1985; Ivan the Terrible, 1987; The Frontier in Russian History, 1995. Contributor of scholarly articles to books, encyclopedias, and journals. Address: 1126 E 59th St, Box 78, Chicago, IL 60637, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]