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ANNA MAZANIK is an historian of late-imperial Russia. She was born in Moscow, graduated from Moscow State University, and studied at Johns Hopkins University, TU Darmstadt and LMU Munich. She is currently researching the history of public health in Moscow at Central European University, Budapest.
Russian Life:Jan/Feb 2015 Birth was no easy thing in rural Russia in the nineteenth century, not for mother or child. All manner of bizarre and unsafe practices reigned, from being “corrected,”
to getting popped in the oven, to being
left alone all day while mom worked
in the fields.
Author: Anna Mazanik Translator:Paul E. Richardson