Martin, Alexander M(ichael) 1964-
MARTIN, Alexander M(ichael) 1964-
Born June 4, 1964, in Walsrode, West Germany (now Germany); son of Donald W. and Gudrun (Borsdorf) Martin; married Laurie Helzick, 1988; children: Jeffrey, Nicole. Education: Cornell University, B.A., 1985; Columbia University, M.A., 1986; University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D., 1993.
Office—Department of History, Oglethorpe University, 4484 Peachtree Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30319.
Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, GA, began as assistant professor, became associate professor of history, 1993—.
Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries: Russian Conservative Thought and Politics in the Reign of Alexander I, Northern Illinois University Press (DeKalb, IL), 1997.
(Editor and translator) Dmitrii Ivanovich Rostislavov, Provincial Russia in the Age of Enlightenment: The Memoir of a Priest's Son, Northern Illinois University Press (DeKalb, IL), 2002.
Editor, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and East European History.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Canadian Journal of History, April, 1998, J. L. Black, review of Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries: Russian Conservative Thought and Politics in the Reign of Alexander I, p. 114.
Choice, November, 2002, J. T. Flynn, review of Provincial Russia in the Age of Enlightenment: The Memoir of a Priest's Son, p. 533.
English Historical Review, April, 1999, Janet Hartley, review of Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries, p. 468.
History: Review of Books, fall, 1998, Norman E. Saul, review of Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries, p. 37.
Journal of Modern History, December, 1999, Sidney Monas and Tom Scott, review of Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries, p. 1015.
Review of Politics, fall, 1998, G. M. Hamburg, review of Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries, p. 813.
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