Thomas E. Porter


DepartmentHistory and Political Science


OfficeGibbs Hall
Room: 328

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Thomas E. Porter


Ph D: Russian history, University of Washington, 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  ( 2019).  "Nikto ne zabyt: The Politicization of Soviet War Dead".  In David Crowe,  Soviet Criminal Justice under Stalin: Show Trials, War Crimes Trials, and Nuremberg.    Bloomsbury Publishing, London, UK.

Porter,  Thomas  ( 2019).  "In Defense of Peace: Aron Trainin's Contributions to International Jurisprudence ".  ( 1,  13,  pp. 1-15).   Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal.

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.