Department of History
Office: King Hall B4022
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
Russian and Soviet History
Modern European History
B.A., University of Calcutta, India
M.A., University of Calcutta, India
M.A. Indiana University
Ph.D., Indiana University
Celebrating Women: The International Women’s Day in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1910-1939. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002.
The Twentieth Century: A Retrospective. Co-editor, Westview Press, 2002.
“Transnational Romance, Terror and Heroism: Russia in American Popular Fiction, 1860-1917,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, no. 3 (July 2008): 753-777.
“Odds and Ends of the Russian Revolution: Gender and American Travel Narratives of 1917,” Journal of Women’s History, no. 4 (Winter 2008): 10-33.
Chatterjee and Karen Petrone co-authored article, “Models of Self
and Subjectivity: The Soviet Case in Historical Perspective,” Slavic Review, no. 4 (Winter 2008): 967-986.
“Truth in Public Transcripts: Soviet Women and Modernity,” in Melanie Ilic ed., Women and Stalinism. Macmillan Press, 2001.
"Construction of Public Identity in the Soviet Union, 1930-1939." Carl Beck Papers, University of Pittsburgh, 1999.
“Ideology, Gender, and Propaganda in the Soviet Union: A Historical Survey.” Left History, no. 2 (Fall 1999).
Women: International Women's Day in the Soviet Union, 1917-1939."
Occasional Paper No. 4, October 1991. MacArthur Scholar Series.