International Studies Seminar IS 4380
Modern Russian History HIST 4334
South and Central Europe
The Catholic Church and Russia:
Popes, Patriarchs, Tsars and Commissars (Aldershot, England: Ashgate
Caught Between Roosevelt and Stalin: The U.S. Ambassadords in Moscow (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1997).
Detente and Papal-Communist Relations. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1979, 216pp.
The Catholic Church and the Soviet Government, 1939-1949. NY: Columbia University Press (East European Monograph Series), 1977, 267pp.
Editor and contributor, Religion and Modernization in the Soviet Union. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1977, 414pp.
Editor and contributor, Religion in Communist Society. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Slavic Studies, 1983, 250pp.
Editor and contributor, Religion and Nationalism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Boulder, CO: Reinner Press, 1987, 216pp.
Articles in Books and Journals
"Religion, Revolution, and Order in Russia," in Niels C. Nielsen, Jr., ed., Christianity After Communism: Social, Political, and Cultural Struggle in Russia (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1994), pp. 15-28.
"The Vatican, the Kremlin and the Ukrainian Catholic Church," in David J. Goa, ed., The Ukrainian Religious Experience. Edmonton: University of Alberta, 1989), pp. 131-42.
"Papal Ostpolitik: A Current Assessment," Journal of International Affairs (Fall/Winter 1982/83), Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 247-55.
"The Vatican's Global Reach," The Wilson Quarterly (Autumn 1982), pp. 113-25.
"Religion, Nationalism, and Modernization in the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China," Problems of Communism (March-April 1980), pp. 64-67.
"The Catholic Church and the Soviet Government in the Baltic States, 1940-41," in V. Stanley Vardys, ed., The Baltic States in Peace and War, 1918-1945. College Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1978, pp. 149-58.
"Religious Renaissance in the USSR," Journal of Church and State (Winter 1977), pp. 21-36.
"The Kremlin and the Vatican: Ostpolitik," Religion in Communist Lands (Winter 1976), pp. 16-19.
"Papal-Communist Detente: Motivation," Survey: A Journal of East & West Studies (Spring 1976), pp. 140-56.
"The Catholic Church and the Soviet Government in Soviet-Occupied East Europe," in James P. Scanlan and Richard DeGeorge, eds., Religion and Marxism. Dordrecht and Boston: Reidel Publishers, 1976, pp.107-18. "
The Papal-Communist Detente, 1963-1973," in Bernard Eissenstat, ed.,The Soviet Union: The Seventies and Beyond. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1975, pp. 121-40.
"Stalinism and the Catholic Church During the Era of World War II," The Catholic Historical Review, No. 3 (1973), pp. 404-28.
"Pre-World War II Relations Between Stalin and the Catholic Church,"Journal of Church and State (Spring 1973), pp. 193-204.
"The Disappearance of the Ukrainian Uniate Church: How and Why?" Ukrains'kyi Istoryk, Nos. 1-2 (1972), pp. 57-65.
"Gallitzin and Western Pennsylvania," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, No. 4 (1972), pp.347-58.
Articles in Encyclopedia
"Aleksii, Patriarch (Sergei V. Simanskii)," in Joseph L. Wieczynski, ed.,The Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet History. Gulf Breeze, FA: Academic International Press, Vol. 1 (1976), pp.124-25.
"The Anti-Party Group of the Khrushchev Era," ibid., Vol. 2 (1976), pp. 27-29.
"Atheists, Militant League of," ibid., pp. 148-49.
Numerous book reviews in Problems of Communism, Choice, Reviews in History, Slavic Review, American Historical Review, Catholic Historical Review, Canadian Slavonic Papers, Soviet Union/Union sovietique, Religion in Communist Lands, Journal of Church and State, Harvard Ukrainian Studies, etc.