Thomas E. Porter

TitleProfessor

DepartmentHistory

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Emailportert@ncat.edu

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Thomas E. Porter

Education

Ph D: Russian history, University of Washington-Seattle Campus, 1990

MA: International Studies, University of Washington, 1987

BA: History, Loyola College, 1983


Research Interests

Russia in World War I, Local Self Government in late Imperial Russia, Russian Nationalism, Soviet POWs, The Soviets at Nuremberg


Recent Publications

Porter, Thomas  (2018).  "Nikto ne zabyt, nichto ne zabyto: The Soviet Contribution to International Justice at Nuremberg".  In David Crowe,  Soviet Criminal Justice under Stalin: Show Trials, War Crimes Trials, and Nuremberg.   Bloomsbury Publishing, London, UK.

Porter, Thomas  (2017).  Prince George Lvov: the Zemstvo, Liberalism and Civil Society in Late Imperial Russia.   Rowman & Littlefield Lexington Imprints.

Porter, Thomas  (2014).  russkii narodnyi front: politicheskie i sotsial'nye peremeny v rossii vo vremia pervoi mirovoi voiny.  (27,  4,  ).  KLIO.

Porter, Thomas  (2014).  Prince G. E. L'vov , the Zemstvo and the Failure of Russian Liberalism.  In Yekaterinburg, Russia  (31,  12,  ).  Mezhdunarodnyi nauchno-issledovatskii zhurnal.