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THOMAS EARL PORTER
Department of History
Gibbs Hall 328 Tel: 285-2311
Email: portert@ncat.edu
EDUCATION
1990: Ph.D in Modern European History. University of Washington
1986: M.A. in International Studies (Russian and East European)
University of Washington
1983: B.A. in History. Loyola College, Baltimore, MD
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1995-Present: North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC
Professor. Duties include undergraduate
and graduate courses in Russian and European history
1992-1995: University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI
Assistant Professor. Duties included undergraduate
courses in Russian history and surveys of World History
1991-1992: Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
Visiting Assistant Professor. Duties included
undergraduate courses in Russian History and surveys of
Western Civilization
PUBLICATIONS
“Prince George E. L’vov and the Failure of Russian Liberalism.” Forthcoming
political biography under contract with Rowman & Littlefield, Lexington
Imprints, Lanham, MD.
“Nikto ne zabyt, nichto ne zabyto: The Soviet Contribution to International
Justice at Nuremberg.” (Forthcoming in ‘May Justice Be Done!’ The Evolution of
Soviet Criminal Justice under Stalin: To Nuremberg and Beyond (Forthcoming,
University of Pensylvania Press, David Crowe, ed.,2016).
“Russkii narodnyi front: politicheskie i sotsial’nye peremeny v Rossii vo vremia
pervoi mirovoi voiny.” Klio vol. 4, no. 27 (St. Petersburg, Russia) 2014.
“Prince George E. Lvov, the Zemstvo and the Failure of Russian Liberalism.”
Mezhdunarodnyi nauchno-issledovatskii zhurnal vol. 12, no. 31 (Yekaterinburg,
Russia) 2014.
Hitler’s Forgotten Genocides: The Fate of Soviet POWs in the Elon Law Review,
Volume 5, Number 2 September 2013.
“Hitler’s Rassenkampf in the East: German Treatment of Soviet POW’s.”
Nationalities Papers, vol. 37, no. 6, December 2009, pp. 839-859. Also published
in an anthology entitled “Crimes of State Past and Present: Government Sponsored
Atrocities and International Legal Responses.” Routledge, 2011
“Forgotten Genocide: The Fate of Soviet Prisoners of War.” Published in
Prisoners of War and Forced Labour: Histories of War and Occupation ed. Marianne
Neerland Soleim. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
”Zemstvo v pozdneimperskoi Rossii: sotsial’nye i poleticheskie izmeneniia na
sele.” Published in Intelligentsiia i mir, No. 4, 2009, Ivanovo, Russia.
PUBLICATIONS (Cont’d)
“Zabytye zhertvy Kholokosta: sud’ba sovetskikh voennoplennykh.” KLIO, No. 3
(46), 2009 (St. Petersburg, Russia).
“Zemskaia Intelligentsiia v gody pervoi mirovoi voiny.” Intelligentsiia i mir,
(Ivanovo, Russia), Vol. 1, 2009.
“Rekonstruktsiia russkoi natsional’noi identichnosti posle raspada CCCP.” KLIO
(St. Petersburg, Russia), No. 2, 41) 2008.
“The Zemstvo in Late Imperial Russia: Social and Political Change in the
Countryside.” Chapter in anthology Russian and Soviet History: A Reader, edited
by W.B. Whisenhunt and S. Usitalo. Rowman & Littlefield, 2008.
“Patterns of Economic Reform in Modern Russian History.” Essay in
The Geography of Russia, edited by Joel Quam. College of DuPage e-text, 2008.
“The Zemstvo and Public Initiative in Late Imperial Russia.” The International
Library of Essays in Political History, 2007, Jeremy Black, ed. Ashgate
Publishing Ltd. United Kingdom.
“Problemy vozrozhdeniia russkoi natsii posle raspada CCCP.”
Article in Sotsium i vlast’ No. 2 (14), 2007. Cheliabinsk, Russia.
“The Reconstruction of Russian National Identity After the Collapse of the
Soviet Union.” The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians.
Volume 13, April 2006.
“The Emergence of Civil Society in Late Imperial Russia: The Impact of the
Russo-Japanese and First World Wars on Russian Social and Political Life, 19041917.” War & Society: A Journal of the History of Warfare and its Impact on
Society. Volume 23, No. 1, May, 2005.
“Were Stolypin’s Reforms an effective and promising solution to rural Russia’s
problems?” “Was Russia a viable combatant in World War I?” “Was the Revolution
of 1905 a “dress rehearsal” for the Revolution of 1917?” “Was Imperial Russia’s
Civil Society a stabilizing force in the decades before 1917?” Four articles in
History in Dispute: Revolutionary Russia, 1890-1930, Volume 21, 2005, edited by
Paul du Quenoy, St. James Press.
“Deiatel’nost zemskoi intelligentsia v gody pervoi mirovoi voiny.” Published in
Intelligentsiia i mir, (Ivanovo, Russia) No.3/4, 2005.
“Russia and the Mongols.” In the A&T text published by Pearson Publishing.
"The Zemstvo Reconsidered." Co-authored with Scott Seregny. The Politics of
Local Government in Russia. Alfred Evans and Vladimir Gelman, eds. Rowman &
Littlefield, Publishers, 2004
“Was the collapse of the Russian monarchy in March 1917 inevitable?” History in
Dispute: 20th Century European Social & Political Movements.” Paul du Quenoy,
ed. St. James Press, 2004
Local Self-Government and the State in Modern Russia, co-authored with John
Young. Published in the Donald W. Treadgold Papers in Russian, East European and
Central Asian Studies. University of Washington, Seattle, WA, May 2001
PUBLICATIONS (cont’d)
"A Compromise Between State and Society: The Philanthropic Activity of the
General Zemstvo Organization in Russia, 1904-1914," in Volume 34, No. 4, 2000
Canadian-American Slavic Studies
"The Zemstvo and the Transformation of Russian Society" and "The Democratization
of the Zemstvo During the First World War," co-authored with William Gleason.
Chapters in Emerging Democracy in Late Imperial Russia. Mary Conroy, ed.
University Press of Colorado, 1998
"Prince Georgii Evgenevich Lvov: A Russian Public Servant"
Canadian-American Slavic Studies. Volume 31, No. 4, 1997
“Historical Legacies & Democratic Prospects: The Emergence of a Civil Society
in Twentieth Century Russia," co-authored with Thomas Pearson. The Soviet and
Post-Soviet Review, Volume 23, No. 1, 1996
"Incipient Federalism in Late Imperial Russia." In Government Structures in the
USA and the Sovereign States of the Former USSR: Power Allocation Between
Central, Regional and Local Governments. Greenwood Press, 1996
"The Zemstvo and Public Initiative in Late Imperial Russia." Co-authored with
William Gleason. Russian History, Volume 21, no.4, 1994
The Zemstvo and the Emergence of Civil Society in Late Imperial Russia, 18641917. Mellen Press, 1991
BOOK REVIEWS
Russia’s First World War: A Social and Economic History. Peter Gatrell.
Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians. Vol. 16, 2008.
A Reluctant Parliament: Stolypin, Nationalism, and the Politics of the Russian
Imperial State Council, 1906-1911. Alexandra Korros. Russian History. Volume 30,
No. 3, Fall 2003
The Bolshevik Revolution and Russian Civil War. Rex Wade. Russian History.
Volume 30, No. 3, Fall 2003
Nicholas II: The Interrupted Transition. Helene Carrere d’Encausse. Russian
History. Volume 29, No. 1, Spring 2002
Between Two Revolutions: Stolypin and the Politics of Renewal in Russia. Peter
Waldron. Russian History. Volume 29, No. 1, Spring 2002
Kistiakovsky: The Struggle for National and Constitutional Rights in the Last
Years of Tsarism, Susan Heuman. Vol. 34, No. 1, Spring 2000 Canadian-American
Slavic Studies
The Politics of Industrialization in Late Imperial Russia: The Association of
Southern Steel and Coal Producers, Susan McCaffray. Journal of the Association
of Historians of North Carolina, Volume 5, 1998
The Tsar's Viceroys: Russian Provincial Governors in the Last Years of the
Empire, by Richard Robbins and Prince Michael Vorontsov: Viceroy to the Tsar, by
Anthony Rhinelander. Nationalities Papers, Volume 24, No. 1, 1996
BOOK REVIEWS (cont’d)
"Understanding the Last Tsar." Nationalities Papers, Volume 23, Number 2, June
1995
Russian Officialdom in Crisis: Autocracy and Local Government, 1861-1900, by
Thomas S. Pearson in Nationalities Papers, Volume 21, No. 2, 1993
The Tsar's Viceroys: Russian Provincial Governors in the Last Years of the
Empire, by Richard G. Robbins, Jr. in Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 1992
Five Days Which Transformed Russia, by Sergei Mstislavskii in Nationalities
Papers, Volume 16, No. 2, 1988
PAPER & POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
“In Defense of Peace: Aron Trainin’s Contribution to International Justice at
the Nuremberg IMT.” Association for Slavic East European and Eurasian Studies
Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA November 19, 2015
“Prince Georgii E. Lvov and the Failure of Russian Liberalism.” Annual meeting
of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Lexington, KY March 7, 2015
“Nikto ne zabyt, nichto ne zabyto: The Soviet Contribution to International
Justice at Nuremberg.” Carolina Seminar, University of North Carolina, November
6, 2014
“Soviet Legal Traditions and Nuremberg.” Association for Slavic, East European
and Eurasian Studies Annual Convention, Boston, MA November 24, 2013
“Dreaming in Russian: Preparing Students for Study Abroad (Roundtable). Annual
meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Greensboro, NC, March 21,
2013
“The Global Dimension of War Crimes and Genocide.” Conference on International
Law: War Crimes, Human Rights, and Immigration.” Elon University School of Law,
Greensboro, NC. February 25, 2012
“Nikto ne zabyt, nichto ne zabyto: The Soviet Contribution to International
Justice at Nuremberg and After.” Association for Slavic, East European and
Eurasian Studies Annual Convention, Washington, DC. November 17-20, 2011
“Zabytye zhertvy Kholokosta: sud’ba sovetskikh voennoplennykh.” State University
of Management, Moscow and Tver State University, Russia. October, 2009
“Another Final Solution in the East? German Treatment of Soviet POW’s."
Association for the Study of Nationalities Annual Convention, New York, NY.
April 23-25, 2009
“Forgotten Genocide: Soviet POW’s.” Falstad Symposium. Levanger, Norway.
November 20-21, 2008
“Hitler’s Rassenkampf in the East: The Fate of Soviet POW’s.” American
Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Annual Convention, New
Orleans, LA. November 2007
PAPER & POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS (cont’d)
“Creating National Identities in the Post-Soviet Space.” North Carolina
Association of Historians, Greensboro, NC. March 24, 2007
“The Reconstruction of Russian National Identity after the Collapse of the
Soviet Union.” Loyola College, Baltimore, MD, December 2005 and Montana State
University, Billings, MT, October 2005
“Russkii narodnyi politicheskie i sotsial’nye peremeny v Rossii vo vremia pervoi
mirovoi voiny.” Omsk State University. Omsk, Russia. December 2003
“National Identity and Nation Building in post-Soviet Russia.” Alcorn State
University. Alcorn, MS. August 2003
“Russia’s Homefront: Social and Political Developments During the Great War.”
Society for Military History annual conference, May 2003, Knoxville, TN
“The Cold War” and “The Zemstvo in Late Imperial Russia” Omsk State University,
Omsk, Russia. December 2002
“Russia: 85 Years After the Revolution.” College of DuPage. Chicago, IL.
November 2002
“The Zemstvo in Historical Perspective.” Phi Alpha Theta Biennial Convention,
San Antonio, TX. December 2001
“The Zemstvo Reconsidered.” Southern Conference on Slavic Studies annual
conference, Alexandria, VA. March 2001
"Russian Public Initiative During the Great War" and "Archival Research in
Russia." Phi Alpha Theta biennial conference, Tampa, FL. December 1999
"Provincial Landscapes: The Local Dimensions of Soviet Power."
Center for Slavic, Eurasian & East European Studies, Chapel Hill, NC. April 1999
"Russian Local Government: Past & Present." American Association Advancement of
Slavic Studies, Boca Raton, FL. September 1998
“Prospects for Russia's Civil and Democratic Development in the 21st Century."
Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Durham, NC. March 1998
"Rationing Socialism: The Stalinist Food Distribution System." Association of
Historians of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC. March 1998
"Razvitie grazhdanskogo obshchestva v Rossii." State Academy of Management,
Moscow, Russia, March 1998
"Emerging Democracy in Late Imperial Russia." American Association for the
Advancement of Slavic Studies, Settle, WA. November 1997
"Imperial Legacies and Democratic Prospects: The Emergence of Civil Society and
a "Middle" Class in Twentieth Century Russia." Assoc. of Historians of North
Carolina, High Point, NC. March 1997
PAPER & POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS (cont’d)
"The Zemstvo as a Vehicle for Social, Economic & Political Change in Provincial
Russia." American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Boston,
MA. November 1996
"Prince Georgii Lvov: A Russian Public Servant." Southern Conference of Slavic
Studies, Asheville, NC. April 1996
"Visions of Reform in Late Imperial Russia." American Historical Association,
Chicago, IL. January 1995
"The Zemstvo and the Development of a Public Sphere in Late Imperial Russia."
Midwest Slavic conference, Chicago, IL. April 1994
"Russia 1914-1918: Politics, Society and the Army During the Great War."
American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii.
November 1993
"Incipient Federalism in Late Imperial Russia" at the conference "Government
Structures in the USA and the Sovereign States of the former USSR: Power
Allocation between Central, Regional and Local Governments," Hofstra University,
Hempstead, NY. April 1992
“The Zemstvo and the Emergence of Civil Society in Late Imperial Russia."
American Historical Association, Chicago IL. December 1991

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