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Pravilova Is One of Four Princeton Faculty Members to Win Guggenheim Fellowships
Ekaterina Pravilova, who joined Princeton in 2006 and specializes in 19th-century Imperial Russia, was awarded the Guggenheim for her project “Political Money: A History of the Russian Ruble, 1768-1917.” She received her Ph.D. from the Russian Academy of Sciences.
She is the author of “A Public Empire. Property and the Quest for the Common Good in Imperial Russia” (2014); “Finansy Imperii: Dengi i vlast’ v politike Rossii na natsionalnykh okrainakh [Finances of Empire: Money and Power in Russian policy in the imperial borderlands]” (2006); and “Zakonnost’ i prava lichnosti: administrativnaia iustitsija v Rossii, vtoraia polovina 19 veka — Oktiabr’ 1917 [Legality and Individual Rights: Administrative Justice in Russia, second half of the 19th century — October 1917]” (2000).