Joseph Bradley is a national fellow for the academic year 2014-15 at the Hoover Institution. He is professor of Russian and modern European history at the University of Tulsa. In Fall 2014 he will be a National Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. In Spring 2015 he will be a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Warsaw. He received his BA at the University of Wisconsin and his MA and Ph.D. at Harvard. He is author of Russian Voluntary Associations: Science, Patriotism and Civil Society in Imperial Russia (Harvard, 2009; Russian translation, Moscow, 2012); Muzhik and Muscovite: Urbanization in Late-Imperial Russia (California, 1985); and Guns for the Tsar: American Technology and the Small Arms Industry in Nineteenth-century Russia (Northern Illinois, 1990). His articles have appeared in The American Historical Review, Slavic Review, Russian Review, Rossiiskaia Istoriia, Obshchestvennye Nauki i Sovremennost’, and Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. He has lectured on voluntary associations and civil society at the Moscow Higher School of Economics, Moscow University, and the European University in St. Petersburg. He has been awarded grants by NEH, IREX, the Kennan Institute, and the National Council for Soviet and East European Research. He is co-editor of Russian Studies in History: A Journal of Translations. He is currently working on two projects: the fate of voluntary associations in early Soviet Russia, and a history of the Moscow Polytechnical Museum.