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Randolph, John, and Eugene M. Avrutin Russia in Motion: Cultures of Mobility, 1850 to the Present Urbana, IL University of Illinois 2012.
The Singing Coachman or, The Road and Russia’s Ethnographic Invention in Early Modern Times Journal of Early Modern History 11 1-2 2007, p. 33-61.
Randolph, John The Emancipation of Varvara Dyakova: Hegel, Sex, and the Call to Actuality in Imperial Russian Social Thought Gender & History 18 2 2006, p. 311-31.
Randolph, John The House in the Garden: The Bakunin Family and the Romance of Russian Idealism Ithaca Cornell University Press 2007.
Imagining the Petersburg-Moscow Road in the Late 18th Century Russian History Blog 2012. Website.
The Space of Intellect and the Intellect of Space Rethinking Modern European Intellectual History edited by Darrin McMahon, compiled by Samuel Moyn. The Space of Intellect and the Intellect of Space Edited by Darrin McMahon, Compiled by Samuel Moyn, Oxford, UK Oxford 2014, p. 212-231.
Randolph, John Communication and Obligation: The Postal System of the Russian Empire, 1700-1850 Information and Empire: Mechanisms of Communication in Russia, 1600-1850 Communication and Obligation: The Postal System of the Russian Empire, 1700-1850 Cambridge, UK Open Book Publishers 2017, p. 155-184. Website.