Martin Miller received his Ph.D. in Russian history at the University of Chicago and has taught at Stanford University and the New School for Social Research. He has been a member of the History Department at Duke for many years. Dr. Miller has conducted archival research in Russia and Western Europe, and has received numerous grants, among which are the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Ford Foundation, the National Council on Russian and Eastern European Studies, and the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX). His publications include The Russian Revolution (Blackwell, 2001), Freud and the Bolsheviks: Psychoanalysis in Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union (Yale University Press, 1998), The Russian Revolutionary Emigrees, 1825-1870 (Johns Hopkins, 1986), Krotpotkin (University of Chicago Press, 1976), and, most recently,The Foundations of Modern Terrorism: State, Society and the Dynamics of Political Violence (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2012).