Ekaterina Pravilova Won Guggenheim Fellowship

Posted
April 06, 2018
Ekaterina Pravilova; Photo courtesy of Denise Applewhite

Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications

 

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).

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