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Ronald Park Bobroff

After growing up in New Hampshire and college in Philadelphia, Ron Bobroff spent most of the next 3 decades in graduate school and teaching positions in North Carolina and Georgia. In 2019 he returned to New England (RI), to carry on his teaching and research about Europe at Bryant University.

Ph D, Duke University

M Sc, London School of Economics and Political Science

MA, Duke University

BA, University of Pennsylvania

Bobroff, R. P., Squabbling over the Spoils: Late Imperial Russia’s Rivalry with France in the Near East, University of Wisconsin Press, 2014.

Bobroff, R., Behind the Balkan Wars: Russian policy towards Bulgaria and the Turkish Straits, 1912-1913, Russian Review , 2000.

Bobroff, R., Devolution in Wartime: Sergei D. Sazonov and the Future of Poland, 1910-1916 , International History Review , 2000.

Bobroff, R., War accepted but unsought: Russia’s growing militancy and the July Crisis, 1914, Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Bobroff, R., Roads to Glory: Late Imperial Russia and the Turkish Straits, I. B. Tauris, 2006.

Modern European History<br>Russian History<br>International History<br>World War I<br>History of Diplomacy

European International History of 19th and 20th centuries<br>France<br>Russia<br>World War 1

Association for Women in Slavic Studies

Society for French Historical Studies

International Society for First World War Studies

American Historical Association

Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Southern Conference on Slavic Studies