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Ryan, James 2020. Reckoning with the past: Stalin and Stalinism in Putin's Russia. In: Ryan, James and Grant, Susan eds. Revisioning Stalin and Stalinism: Complexities, Contradictions, and Controversies, London: Bloomsbury,

Ryan, James and Grant, Susan, eds. 2020. Revisioning Stalin and Stalinism: Complexities, contradictions, and controversies. London: Bloomsbury.

Ryan, James 2018. Goodbye Lenin? A centenary perspective. History Today 68 (6) , pp. 40-52.

Ryan, James 2018. The politics of national history: Russia's ruling elite and the centenary of 1917. Revolutionary Russia 31 (1) , pp. 24-45. 10.1080/09546545.2018.1480115
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Ryan, James 2017. They know not what they do? Bolshevik understandings of the agency of perpetrators, 1918-1930. Historical Research 90 (247) , pp. 151-171. 10.1111/1468-2281.12164

Ryan, James 2016. "War against war": The significance of the First World War in the thought of V.I. Lenin on violence, 1914-1921. In: Read, Christopher, Waldron, Peter and Lindenmeyr, Adele eds. Russia's Home Front in War and Revolution, 1914-1922: Book 3. National Disintegration, Slavica,

Ryan, James 2015. The sacralization of violence: Bolshevik justifications for violence and terror during the Civil War. Slavic Review 74 (4) , pp. 808-831.

Ryan, James 2013. Cleansing NEP Russia: State Violence against the Russian Orthodox Church in 1922. Europe-Asia Studies 65 (9) , pp. 1807-1826. 10.1080/09668136.2013.842364

Ryan, James 2012. Lenin's terror: the ideological origins of early Soviet state violence. London and Abingdon: Routledge.

Ryan, James 2011. 'Revolution is war': the development of the thought of V.I. Lenin on violence, 1899-1907. Slavonic and East European Review 89 (2) , pp. 248-273. 10.5699/slaveasteurorev2.89.2.0248

Ryan, James 2007. Lenin's "The State and Revolution" and Soviet state violence: a textual analysis. Revolutionary Russia 20 (2) , pp. 151-172. 10.1080/09546540701633452

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