Alexei Kojevnikov

Associate Professor.
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Research Area

About

Office Hours:

Monday: 13:00-14:00
Wednesday: 13:00-14:00


Research

Current Projects:

  • Space-Time, Death-Resurrection, and the Russian Revolution
  • "Knabenphysik": The Revolt of the Postdoc and the Invention of Quantum Mechanics

Research Interests:

  • History of Modern Science, especially Physics
  • Science, Society, and Culture
  • Russian and Soviet History
  • Nuclear History and the Cold War.

Publications

Books and Edited Volumes

C. Carson, A. Kojevnikov, H. Trischler eds. Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics: Selected Papers by Paul Forman and Contemporary Perspectives on the Forman Thesis. London and Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2011.

M. Gordin, K. Hall, A. Kojevnikov eds. Intelligentsia Science: The Russian Century, 1860-1960, vol. 23 of Osiris (2008).

A. Kojevnikov. Stalin's Great Science: The Times and Adventures of Soviet Physicists. London: Imperial College Press, 2004.

A. Kojevnikov ed. Science in Russian Contexts, special issue of Science in Context, vol. 15, # 2 (2002).

A. Kojevnikov. Rockefeller Philanthropies and Soviet Science (in Russian). St.Petersburg-Moscow: MFIN, 1993.

A. Kojevnikov, B.V. Medvedev eds. Paul Dirac and Physics of the 20th Century (in Russian). Moscow: Nauka, 1990.

Articles/Book Chapters

C.P. da Silva Neto, A. Kojevnikov “Convergence in Cold War Physics: Coinventing the Maser in the Postwar Soviet Union,” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (2019) 42: 375-399.

(in Russian) A. Kozhevnikov, “The Cultural Materiel of the Big Bang Theory,” Stimul: The Russian Journal of Innovation (September 2019).

(in Russian) “Meritocracy, Technocracy, Revolution,” Interview for Stimul: The Russian Journal of Innovation (January 2018).

A. Kojevnikov, “Science as Co-Producer of Soviet Polity” (in Japanese) in The General Staff of Science: An International Study on the Russian/ Soviet Academy of Sciences), edited by Hiroshi Ichikawa (Hokkaido University Press, 2016), 125-155; (in English): Historia Scientiarum: International Journal of the History of Science Society of Japan (2013) 22: 161-180.

A. Kojevnikov, “Sowjetische Forschung im Kalten Krieg,” Spektrum der Wissenschaft (2012) # 6: 66-73.

A. Kojevnikov, “Probability, Marxism, and Quantum Ensembles”, Yearbook of the European Culture of Science (2012) 6: 211-235.

A. Kojevnikov, Essay Review: “Meeting the Demands of Reason: The Life and Thought of Andrei Sakharov”, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History (2012) 13:  243-250.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Cultural Spaces of the Soviet Cosmos”, in Into the Cosmos: Space Exploration and Soviet Culture (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011), 15-27, 266-286.

A. Kojevnikov, “Die Mobilmachung der sowjetischen Wissenschaft”, in Macht und Geist im kalten Krieg (Hamburg: 2011), 87-107.

C. Carson, A. Kojevnikov, H. Trischler, “The Forman Thesis: 40 Years After”, in Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics (World Scientific, 2011), 1-6.

A. Kojevnikov, “Philosophical Rhetoric in Early Quantum Mechanics, 1925-1927: High Principles, Cultural Values, and Professional Anxieties”, in Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics (World Scientific, 2011), 319-348.

A. Kojevnikov, “A grande ciencia de Stalin: tempos a aventuras de fisicos soveticos no exemplo da biografia politica de Lev Landau”, Revista Brasileira de Historia da Ciencia (2011) 4, no. 1: 6-15.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Phenomenon of Soviet Science,Osiris (2008) 23: 115-135.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Little Ball Made Science Bigger,Nature (2007) 449: 542.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Making of the Soviet Bomb and the Shaping of Cold War Science”, in Reappraising Oppenheimer: Centennial Studies and Reflections (Berkeley, 2005), 129-145.

R. Beyler, A. Kojevnikov, J. Wang, “Purges in Comparative Perspective: Rules for Exclusion and Inclusion in the Scientific Community under Political Pressure," Osiris (2005) 20: 23-48.

A. Kojevnikov, “David Bohm and collective movement,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (2002) 33: 161-192.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Last Century of Physics,” Essay Review, Annals of Science (2002) 59: 419-422.

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein’s Fluctuation Formula and the Wave-Particle Duality,” Einstein Studies (2002)  10: 181-228.

A. Kojevnikov, “Dirac’s Quantum Electrodynamics,” Einstein Studies (2002) 10: 229-259.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Great War, the Russian Civil War, and the Invention of Big Science,Science in Context (2002) 15: 239-275.

A. Kojevnikov, “A New History of Russian Science,” Science in Context (2002) 15: 177-182.

A. Kojevnikov, “Games of Stalinist Democracy: Ideological Discussions in Soviet Sciences, 1947-52”, in Stalinism: New Directions (Rewriting Histories) (London, 2000), 142-175.

A. Kojevnikov, “Dialogues about Knowledge and Power in Totalitarian Political Culture,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1999) 30: 227-247.

A. Kojevnikov, “Freedom, Collectivism, and Quasiparticles: Social Metaphors in Quantum Physics,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1999) 29: 295-331.

A. Kojevnikov, “Rituals of Stalinist Culture at Work: Science and the Games of Intraparty Democracy circa 1948,Russian Review (1998) 57: 25-52.

A. Kojevnikov, “President of Stalin’s Academy: The Mask and Responsibility of Sergei Vavilov,” Isis (1996) 87: 18-50.

A. Kojevnikov, “Piotr Kapitza and Stalin's Government: A Study in Moral Choice,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1991) 22: 131-164.

Reviews

A. Kojevnikov, "No Shadow of a Doubt: The 1919 Eclipse that Confirmed Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by Daniel Kennefick," American Journal of Physics 87 (2019), 851-852.

A. Kojevnikov, "Andrei Sakharov: The Conscience of Humanity, edited by Sidney D. Drell and George P. Shultz," Physics Today, 69, #7 (July 2016), 61-62.

A. Kojevnikov, "Revolutionary Experiments: The Quest for Immortality in Bolshevik Science and Fiction, by Nikolai Krementsov," Isis, Vol. 107 (2016): 201-202.

A. Kojevnikov, "Plutopia Forever,” Physics World (March 2014), 55-56.

A. Kojevnikov, "Would Trotsky Wear a Bluetooth? Technological Utopianism under Socialism, 1917-1989, by Paul R. Josephson," The Slavic Review (2012) 71: 464-465.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Red Rockets' Glare: Spaceflight and the Soviet Imagination, 1857-1957,” American Historical Review (2011) 116: 1231-1232.

A. Kojevnikov, “A Nobel for Communism" (review of Lenin's Laureate: Zhores Alferov's Life in Communist Science, by Paul R. Josephson),” Physics World (2011) 3: 46-47.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Quantum Story: A History in 40 Moments, by Jim Baggott,” Physics Today (2011) 64, no. 12: 56-57.

A. Kojevnikov, “History of Agricultural Experimental Institutions in Russia, by Olga Elina," Isis (2010) 101: 893-894.

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein on Politics, edited by David E. Rowe and Robert Schulmann," Nuncius (2008) .23:441-442.

A. Kojevnikov, “Pavlov's Physiological Factory, by Daniel P. Todes,” Journal of Modern History (2005) 77: 1170-1172.

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin's Secret Pogrom: Postwar Inquisition of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, edited by Joshua Rubenstein and Vladimir Naumov,Russian History / Histoire Russe (2003) 30: 461-464.

A. Kojevnikov, “American Studies of Russian History, edited by Michael David-Fox,” H-Russia (2003)

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein and Soviet Ideology,Physics Today (2002) 55: 59.

A. Kojevnikov, “Heisenberg and the Nazi Atomic Bomb Project: A Study in German Culture,The Journal of Modern History (2000) 72: 839-841.

A. Kojevnikov, “Thawing Science,Science (1998) 279: 189.

A. Kojevnikov, “Essays of a Soviet Scientist: A Revealing Portrait of a Life in Science and Politics,” Isis (1998) 89: 571-572.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Cold War and Soviet Insecurity, by Vojtech Mastny,” H-Russia (1998).

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin's Captive: Nikolaus Riehl and the Soviet Race for the Bomb,Physics Today (1997) 50: 66.

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin and the Bomb: The Soviet Union and Atomic Energy, 1939-1956,Slavic Review (1995) 54: 1100-1101.

A. Kojevnikov, “Transformations and Survivals" review of Science in Russia and the Soviet Union, by Loren R. Graham, Science (1993) 261: 1336-1338.


Graduate Supervision

Zhanara Almazbekova, Soviet and National Kyrgyzstan: Local Agency and State Building in Central Asia, 1918-1940  (UBC, MA)

Ataolla Heshmati, Islamic Techno-Science (UBC, MA)

Gul Banu Kayir, Sometimes as Tragedy, Sometimes as Farce (UBC, MA)

Kenneth Corbett, Chronic Anxieties: Railroad Time, Punctuality, and Modernity (UBC, PhD 2020)

Eric Michael Johnson, The Struggle for Coexistence: Peter Kropotkin and the Social Ecology of Science in Russia, Europe, and England, 1859-1922 (UBC, PhD 2019)

Jean-Philippe Martinez, Antireductionism and Scientific Realism in Modern Physics: Vladimir Fock (1898-1974), Externalist Itinerary of an Internalist Thought (Universite Paris Diderot - Paris 7, France, PhD 2017)

Somaditya Banerjee, Bhadralok Physics and the Establishment of Modern Science in India, 1900-1940 (UBC, PhD 2013)

Isabel Izquierdo, Immigration, Identity, and Knowledge Production: Ex-Soviet Scientists in Mexico in the 1990s (UNAM, Mexico, PhD 2012)

 

 


Alexei Kojevnikov

Associate Professor.
location_on 1226 Buchanan Tower
file_download Download CV

Office Hours:

Monday: 13:00-14:00
Wednesday: 13:00-14:00

Current Projects:

  • Space-Time, Death-Resurrection, and the Russian Revolution
  • "Knabenphysik": The Revolt of the Postdoc and the Invention of Quantum Mechanics

Research Interests:

  • History of Modern Science, especially Physics
  • Science, Society, and Culture
  • Russian and Soviet History
  • Nuclear History and the Cold War.

Books and Edited Volumes

C. Carson, A. Kojevnikov, H. Trischler eds. Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics: Selected Papers by Paul Forman and Contemporary Perspectives on the Forman Thesis. London and Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2011.

M. Gordin, K. Hall, A. Kojevnikov eds. Intelligentsia Science: The Russian Century, 1860-1960, vol. 23 of Osiris (2008).

A. Kojevnikov. Stalin's Great Science: The Times and Adventures of Soviet Physicists. London: Imperial College Press, 2004.

A. Kojevnikov ed. Science in Russian Contexts, special issue of Science in Context, vol. 15, # 2 (2002).

A. Kojevnikov. Rockefeller Philanthropies and Soviet Science (in Russian). St.Petersburg-Moscow: MFIN, 1993.

A. Kojevnikov, B.V. Medvedev eds. Paul Dirac and Physics of the 20th Century (in Russian). Moscow: Nauka, 1990.

Articles/Book Chapters

C.P. da Silva Neto, A. Kojevnikov “Convergence in Cold War Physics: Coinventing the Maser in the Postwar Soviet Union,” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (2019) 42: 375-399.

(in Russian) A. Kozhevnikov, “The Cultural Materiel of the Big Bang Theory,” Stimul: The Russian Journal of Innovation (September 2019).

(in Russian) “Meritocracy, Technocracy, Revolution,” Interview for Stimul: The Russian Journal of Innovation (January 2018).

A. Kojevnikov, “Science as Co-Producer of Soviet Polity” (in Japanese) in The General Staff of Science: An International Study on the Russian/ Soviet Academy of Sciences), edited by Hiroshi Ichikawa (Hokkaido University Press, 2016), 125-155; (in English): Historia Scientiarum: International Journal of the History of Science Society of Japan (2013) 22: 161-180.

A. Kojevnikov, “Sowjetische Forschung im Kalten Krieg,” Spektrum der Wissenschaft (2012) # 6: 66-73.

A. Kojevnikov, “Probability, Marxism, and Quantum Ensembles”, Yearbook of the European Culture of Science (2012) 6: 211-235.

A. Kojevnikov, Essay Review: “Meeting the Demands of Reason: The Life and Thought of Andrei Sakharov”, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History (2012) 13:  243-250.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Cultural Spaces of the Soviet Cosmos”, in Into the Cosmos: Space Exploration and Soviet Culture (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011), 15-27, 266-286.

A. Kojevnikov, “Die Mobilmachung der sowjetischen Wissenschaft”, in Macht und Geist im kalten Krieg (Hamburg: 2011), 87-107.

C. Carson, A. Kojevnikov, H. Trischler, “The Forman Thesis: 40 Years After”, in Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics (World Scientific, 2011), 1-6.

A. Kojevnikov, “Philosophical Rhetoric in Early Quantum Mechanics, 1925-1927: High Principles, Cultural Values, and Professional Anxieties”, in Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics (World Scientific, 2011), 319-348.

A. Kojevnikov, “A grande ciencia de Stalin: tempos a aventuras de fisicos soveticos no exemplo da biografia politica de Lev Landau”, Revista Brasileira de Historia da Ciencia (2011) 4, no. 1: 6-15.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Phenomenon of Soviet Science,Osiris (2008) 23: 115-135.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Little Ball Made Science Bigger,Nature (2007) 449: 542.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Making of the Soviet Bomb and the Shaping of Cold War Science”, in Reappraising Oppenheimer: Centennial Studies and Reflections (Berkeley, 2005), 129-145.

R. Beyler, A. Kojevnikov, J. Wang, “Purges in Comparative Perspective: Rules for Exclusion and Inclusion in the Scientific Community under Political Pressure," Osiris (2005) 20: 23-48.

A. Kojevnikov, “David Bohm and collective movement,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (2002) 33: 161-192.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Last Century of Physics,” Essay Review, Annals of Science (2002) 59: 419-422.

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein’s Fluctuation Formula and the Wave-Particle Duality,” Einstein Studies (2002)  10: 181-228.

A. Kojevnikov, “Dirac’s Quantum Electrodynamics,” Einstein Studies (2002) 10: 229-259.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Great War, the Russian Civil War, and the Invention of Big Science,Science in Context (2002) 15: 239-275.

A. Kojevnikov, “A New History of Russian Science,” Science in Context (2002) 15: 177-182.

A. Kojevnikov, “Games of Stalinist Democracy: Ideological Discussions in Soviet Sciences, 1947-52”, in Stalinism: New Directions (Rewriting Histories) (London, 2000), 142-175.

A. Kojevnikov, “Dialogues about Knowledge and Power in Totalitarian Political Culture,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1999) 30: 227-247.

A. Kojevnikov, “Freedom, Collectivism, and Quasiparticles: Social Metaphors in Quantum Physics,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1999) 29: 295-331.

A. Kojevnikov, “Rituals of Stalinist Culture at Work: Science and the Games of Intraparty Democracy circa 1948,Russian Review (1998) 57: 25-52.

A. Kojevnikov, “President of Stalin’s Academy: The Mask and Responsibility of Sergei Vavilov,” Isis (1996) 87: 18-50.

A. Kojevnikov, “Piotr Kapitza and Stalin's Government: A Study in Moral Choice,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1991) 22: 131-164.

Reviews

A. Kojevnikov, "No Shadow of a Doubt: The 1919 Eclipse that Confirmed Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by Daniel Kennefick," American Journal of Physics 87 (2019), 851-852.

A. Kojevnikov, "Andrei Sakharov: The Conscience of Humanity, edited by Sidney D. Drell and George P. Shultz," Physics Today, 69, #7 (July 2016), 61-62.

A. Kojevnikov, "Revolutionary Experiments: The Quest for Immortality in Bolshevik Science and Fiction, by Nikolai Krementsov," Isis, Vol. 107 (2016): 201-202.

A. Kojevnikov, "Plutopia Forever,” Physics World (March 2014), 55-56.

A. Kojevnikov, "Would Trotsky Wear a Bluetooth? Technological Utopianism under Socialism, 1917-1989, by Paul R. Josephson," The Slavic Review (2012) 71: 464-465.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Red Rockets' Glare: Spaceflight and the Soviet Imagination, 1857-1957,” American Historical Review (2011) 116: 1231-1232.

A. Kojevnikov, “A Nobel for Communism" (review of Lenin's Laureate: Zhores Alferov's Life in Communist Science, by Paul R. Josephson),” Physics World (2011) 3: 46-47.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Quantum Story: A History in 40 Moments, by Jim Baggott,” Physics Today (2011) 64, no. 12: 56-57.

A. Kojevnikov, “History of Agricultural Experimental Institutions in Russia, by Olga Elina," Isis (2010) 101: 893-894.

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein on Politics, edited by David E. Rowe and Robert Schulmann," Nuncius (2008) .23:441-442.

A. Kojevnikov, “Pavlov's Physiological Factory, by Daniel P. Todes,” Journal of Modern History (2005) 77: 1170-1172.

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin's Secret Pogrom: Postwar Inquisition of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, edited by Joshua Rubenstein and Vladimir Naumov,Russian History / Histoire Russe (2003) 30: 461-464.

A. Kojevnikov, “American Studies of Russian History, edited by Michael David-Fox,” H-Russia (2003)

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein and Soviet Ideology,Physics Today (2002) 55: 59.

A. Kojevnikov, “Heisenberg and the Nazi Atomic Bomb Project: A Study in German Culture,The Journal of Modern History (2000) 72: 839-841.

A. Kojevnikov, “Thawing Science,Science (1998) 279: 189.

A. Kojevnikov, “Essays of a Soviet Scientist: A Revealing Portrait of a Life in Science and Politics,” Isis (1998) 89: 571-572.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Cold War and Soviet Insecurity, by Vojtech Mastny,” H-Russia (1998).

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin's Captive: Nikolaus Riehl and the Soviet Race for the Bomb,Physics Today (1997) 50: 66.

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin and the Bomb: The Soviet Union and Atomic Energy, 1939-1956,Slavic Review (1995) 54: 1100-1101.

A. Kojevnikov, “Transformations and Survivals" review of Science in Russia and the Soviet Union, by Loren R. Graham, Science (1993) 261: 1336-1338.

Zhanara Almazbekova, Soviet and National Kyrgyzstan: Local Agency and State Building in Central Asia, 1918-1940  (UBC, MA)

Ataolla Heshmati, Islamic Techno-Science (UBC, MA)

Gul Banu Kayir, Sometimes as Tragedy, Sometimes as Farce (UBC, MA)

Kenneth Corbett, Chronic Anxieties: Railroad Time, Punctuality, and Modernity (UBC, PhD 2020)

Eric Michael Johnson, The Struggle for Coexistence: Peter Kropotkin and the Social Ecology of Science in Russia, Europe, and England, 1859-1922 (UBC, PhD 2019)

Jean-Philippe Martinez, Antireductionism and Scientific Realism in Modern Physics: Vladimir Fock (1898-1974), Externalist Itinerary of an Internalist Thought (Universite Paris Diderot - Paris 7, France, PhD 2017)

Somaditya Banerjee, Bhadralok Physics and the Establishment of Modern Science in India, 1900-1940 (UBC, PhD 2013)

Isabel Izquierdo, Immigration, Identity, and Knowledge Production: Ex-Soviet Scientists in Mexico in the 1990s (UNAM, Mexico, PhD 2012)

 

 

Alexei Kojevnikov

Associate Professor.
location_on 1226 Buchanan Tower
file_download Download CV

Office Hours:

Monday: 13:00-14:00
Wednesday: 13:00-14:00

Current Projects:

  • Space-Time, Death-Resurrection, and the Russian Revolution
  • "Knabenphysik": The Revolt of the Postdoc and the Invention of Quantum Mechanics

Research Interests:

  • History of Modern Science, especially Physics
  • Science, Society, and Culture
  • Russian and Soviet History
  • Nuclear History and the Cold War.

Books and Edited Volumes

C. Carson, A. Kojevnikov, H. Trischler eds. Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics: Selected Papers by Paul Forman and Contemporary Perspectives on the Forman Thesis. London and Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2011.

M. Gordin, K. Hall, A. Kojevnikov eds. Intelligentsia Science: The Russian Century, 1860-1960, vol. 23 of Osiris (2008).

A. Kojevnikov. Stalin's Great Science: The Times and Adventures of Soviet Physicists. London: Imperial College Press, 2004.

A. Kojevnikov ed. Science in Russian Contexts, special issue of Science in Context, vol. 15, # 2 (2002).

A. Kojevnikov. Rockefeller Philanthropies and Soviet Science (in Russian). St.Petersburg-Moscow: MFIN, 1993.

A. Kojevnikov, B.V. Medvedev eds. Paul Dirac and Physics of the 20th Century (in Russian). Moscow: Nauka, 1990.

Articles/Book Chapters

C.P. da Silva Neto, A. Kojevnikov “Convergence in Cold War Physics: Coinventing the Maser in the Postwar Soviet Union,” Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (2019) 42: 375-399.

(in Russian) A. Kozhevnikov, “The Cultural Materiel of the Big Bang Theory,” Stimul: The Russian Journal of Innovation (September 2019).

(in Russian) “Meritocracy, Technocracy, Revolution,” Interview for Stimul: The Russian Journal of Innovation (January 2018).

A. Kojevnikov, “Science as Co-Producer of Soviet Polity” (in Japanese) in The General Staff of Science: An International Study on the Russian/ Soviet Academy of Sciences), edited by Hiroshi Ichikawa (Hokkaido University Press, 2016), 125-155; (in English): Historia Scientiarum: International Journal of the History of Science Society of Japan (2013) 22: 161-180.

A. Kojevnikov, “Sowjetische Forschung im Kalten Krieg,” Spektrum der Wissenschaft (2012) # 6: 66-73.

A. Kojevnikov, “Probability, Marxism, and Quantum Ensembles”, Yearbook of the European Culture of Science (2012) 6: 211-235.

A. Kojevnikov, Essay Review: “Meeting the Demands of Reason: The Life and Thought of Andrei Sakharov”, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History (2012) 13:  243-250.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Cultural Spaces of the Soviet Cosmos”, in Into the Cosmos: Space Exploration and Soviet Culture (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011), 15-27, 266-286.

A. Kojevnikov, “Die Mobilmachung der sowjetischen Wissenschaft”, in Macht und Geist im kalten Krieg (Hamburg: 2011), 87-107.

C. Carson, A. Kojevnikov, H. Trischler, “The Forman Thesis: 40 Years After”, in Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics (World Scientific, 2011), 1-6.

A. Kojevnikov, “Philosophical Rhetoric in Early Quantum Mechanics, 1925-1927: High Principles, Cultural Values, and Professional Anxieties”, in Weimar Culture and Quantum Mechanics (World Scientific, 2011), 319-348.

A. Kojevnikov, “A grande ciencia de Stalin: tempos a aventuras de fisicos soveticos no exemplo da biografia politica de Lev Landau”, Revista Brasileira de Historia da Ciencia (2011) 4, no. 1: 6-15.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Phenomenon of Soviet Science,Osiris (2008) 23: 115-135.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Little Ball Made Science Bigger,Nature (2007) 449: 542.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Making of the Soviet Bomb and the Shaping of Cold War Science”, in Reappraising Oppenheimer: Centennial Studies and Reflections (Berkeley, 2005), 129-145.

R. Beyler, A. Kojevnikov, J. Wang, “Purges in Comparative Perspective: Rules for Exclusion and Inclusion in the Scientific Community under Political Pressure," Osiris (2005) 20: 23-48.

A. Kojevnikov, “David Bohm and collective movement,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (2002) 33: 161-192.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Last Century of Physics,” Essay Review, Annals of Science (2002) 59: 419-422.

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein’s Fluctuation Formula and the Wave-Particle Duality,” Einstein Studies (2002)  10: 181-228.

A. Kojevnikov, “Dirac’s Quantum Electrodynamics,” Einstein Studies (2002) 10: 229-259.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Great War, the Russian Civil War, and the Invention of Big Science,Science in Context (2002) 15: 239-275.

A. Kojevnikov, “A New History of Russian Science,” Science in Context (2002) 15: 177-182.

A. Kojevnikov, “Games of Stalinist Democracy: Ideological Discussions in Soviet Sciences, 1947-52”, in Stalinism: New Directions (Rewriting Histories) (London, 2000), 142-175.

A. Kojevnikov, “Dialogues about Knowledge and Power in Totalitarian Political Culture,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1999) 30: 227-247.

A. Kojevnikov, “Freedom, Collectivism, and Quasiparticles: Social Metaphors in Quantum Physics,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1999) 29: 295-331.

A. Kojevnikov, “Rituals of Stalinist Culture at Work: Science and the Games of Intraparty Democracy circa 1948,Russian Review (1998) 57: 25-52.

A. Kojevnikov, “President of Stalin’s Academy: The Mask and Responsibility of Sergei Vavilov,” Isis (1996) 87: 18-50.

A. Kojevnikov, “Piotr Kapitza and Stalin's Government: A Study in Moral Choice,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (1991) 22: 131-164.

Reviews

A. Kojevnikov, "No Shadow of a Doubt: The 1919 Eclipse that Confirmed Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by Daniel Kennefick," American Journal of Physics 87 (2019), 851-852.

A. Kojevnikov, "Andrei Sakharov: The Conscience of Humanity, edited by Sidney D. Drell and George P. Shultz," Physics Today, 69, #7 (July 2016), 61-62.

A. Kojevnikov, "Revolutionary Experiments: The Quest for Immortality in Bolshevik Science and Fiction, by Nikolai Krementsov," Isis, Vol. 107 (2016): 201-202.

A. Kojevnikov, "Plutopia Forever,” Physics World (March 2014), 55-56.

A. Kojevnikov, "Would Trotsky Wear a Bluetooth? Technological Utopianism under Socialism, 1917-1989, by Paul R. Josephson," The Slavic Review (2012) 71: 464-465.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Red Rockets' Glare: Spaceflight and the Soviet Imagination, 1857-1957,” American Historical Review (2011) 116: 1231-1232.

A. Kojevnikov, “A Nobel for Communism" (review of Lenin's Laureate: Zhores Alferov's Life in Communist Science, by Paul R. Josephson),” Physics World (2011) 3: 46-47.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Quantum Story: A History in 40 Moments, by Jim Baggott,” Physics Today (2011) 64, no. 12: 56-57.

A. Kojevnikov, “History of Agricultural Experimental Institutions in Russia, by Olga Elina," Isis (2010) 101: 893-894.

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein on Politics, edited by David E. Rowe and Robert Schulmann," Nuncius (2008) .23:441-442.

A. Kojevnikov, “Pavlov's Physiological Factory, by Daniel P. Todes,” Journal of Modern History (2005) 77: 1170-1172.

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin's Secret Pogrom: Postwar Inquisition of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, edited by Joshua Rubenstein and Vladimir Naumov,Russian History / Histoire Russe (2003) 30: 461-464.

A. Kojevnikov, “American Studies of Russian History, edited by Michael David-Fox,” H-Russia (2003)

A. Kojevnikov, “Einstein and Soviet Ideology,Physics Today (2002) 55: 59.

A. Kojevnikov, “Heisenberg and the Nazi Atomic Bomb Project: A Study in German Culture,The Journal of Modern History (2000) 72: 839-841.

A. Kojevnikov, “Thawing Science,Science (1998) 279: 189.

A. Kojevnikov, “Essays of a Soviet Scientist: A Revealing Portrait of a Life in Science and Politics,” Isis (1998) 89: 571-572.

A. Kojevnikov, “The Cold War and Soviet Insecurity, by Vojtech Mastny,” H-Russia (1998).

A. Kojevnikov, “Stalin's Captive: Nikolaus Riehl and the Soviet Race for the Bomb,Physics Today (1997) 50: 66.

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