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 in progress)

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

Gul Banu Kayir, Sometimes as Tragedy, Sometimes as Farce: Academic Purges in the Turkish Republic (UBC, MA in progress)

Ken Corbett, The Importance of Being Punctual: Time, Trust, and Virtue in Britain, c. 1700-1900 (UBC, PhD in History 2020)

Mariya Boyko, Soviet Mathematics Curriculum Reforms (1958-1985): Redefining the Purpose of Mathematics Education (University of Toronto, PhD in History and Philosophy of Science, 2019)

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

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

Alexey Golubev, Elemental Materialism: Objectifying Power and Selfhood in the Late USSR, 1961-1991 (UBC, PhD in History, 2016)

Climério Paulo da Silva Neto, Constructing the Soviet Laser, 1939-1961 (Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, Brazil, PhD in Philosophy and History of Science and Education 2015)

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

Isabel Izquierdo Campos, Tensions, Dilemmas, and Identity Strategies: The Case of Soviet Scientists Who Immigrated to Mexico in the 1990s (UNAM, Mexico, PhD in Sociology and Education 2013)


Alexei Kojevnikov

Associate Professor.
location_on Ponderosa Annex E 216, 2034 Main Mall, Vancouver , BC, V6T1Z2, Canada
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 in progress)

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

Gul Banu Kayir, Sometimes as Tragedy, Sometimes as Farce: Academic Purges in the Turkish Republic (UBC, MA in progress)

Ken Corbett, The Importance of Being Punctual: Time, Trust, and Virtue in Britain, c. 1700-1900 (UBC, PhD in History 2020)

Mariya Boyko, Soviet Mathematics Curriculum Reforms (1958-1985): Redefining the Purpose of Mathematics Education (University of Toronto, PhD in History and Philosophy of Science, 2019)

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

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

Alexey Golubev, Elemental Materialism: Objectifying Power and Selfhood in the Late USSR, 1961-1991 (UBC, PhD in History, 2016)

Climério Paulo da Silva Neto, Constructing the Soviet Laser, 1939-1961 (Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, Brazil, PhD in Philosophy and History of Science and Education 2015)

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

Isabel Izquierdo Campos, Tensions, Dilemmas, and Identity Strategies: The Case of Soviet Scientists Who Immigrated to Mexico in the 1990s (UNAM, Mexico, PhD in Sociology and Education 2013)

Alexei Kojevnikov

Associate Professor.
location_on Ponderosa Annex E 216, 2034 Main Mall, Vancouver , BC, V6T1Z2, Canada
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 in progress)

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

Gul Banu Kayir, Sometimes as Tragedy, Sometimes as Farce: Academic Purges in the Turkish Republic (UBC, MA in progress)

Ken Corbett, The Importance of Being Punctual: Time, Trust, and Virtue in Britain, c. 1700-1900 (UBC, PhD in History 2020)

Mariya Boyko, Soviet Mathematics Curriculum Reforms (1958-1985): Redefining the Purpose of Mathematics Education (University of Toronto, PhD in History and Philosophy of Science, 2019)

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

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

Alexey Golubev, Elemental Materialism: Objectifying Power and Selfhood in the Late USSR, 1961-1991 (UBC, PhD in History, 2016)

Climério Paulo da Silva Neto, Constructing the Soviet Laser, 1939-1961 (Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, Brazil, PhD in Philosophy and History of Science and Education 2015)

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

Isabel Izquierdo Campos, Tensions, Dilemmas, and Identity Strategies: The Case of Soviet Scientists Who Immigrated to Mexico in the 1990s (UNAM, Mexico, PhD in Sociology and Education 2013)