Editor and translator of Sergei Soloviev's History of Russia: The Reign of Ivan the Great, Academic International Press, vol. 7, 1978.
Editor and translator of Sergei Soloviev's History of Russia: Russian Society in the Age of Ivan III, Academic International Press, vol. 8, 1979.
Editor of Sports Encyclopedia North America, 5 vols. Academic International Press, vol. 1. 1987; vol. 2, 1988; vol. 3, 1989; vol. 4, 1990; vol. 5, 1992; vol. 5, 1993.
"The Vernaculars, 1835-39: A Third Medium for Indian Education," Sociology of Education (Spring, 1964).
"Quaker Pacifism and the Image of Isaac Norris II," Pennsylvania History (Fall, 1967).
"Russian Christians and The State," Modern Age (Spring, 1969).
"Russia's First Olympic Victory," Journal of Sport History (Spring,1976)
"A Soviet View of History," Studies in Soviet Thought (1979).
"Sport & Politics in the USSR," The USSR Facts and Figures Annual 1981 (Gulf Breeze, 1982).
"Politics and Science in the Age of Hobbes," with Olaf Tollefsen, Readings in Humanities III, 1982-83, St. Anselm College.
Review Essay of "The United States and the Soviet Union: US- Soviet Relations from the Soviet Point of View, by Sivachev and Yakovlev," in Studies in Soviet Thought 24, (1984).
"The Yugoslav Army," in Armies of the World, ed. by Richard Gabriel, Westport and London, 1983.
Five biographical articles in A Biographical Dictionary of American Sports (Otto Graham, Swale, Joseph Brennan, Tommy Ryan, and Beau Jack), 3 vols., ed. David L. Porter (Greenwood Press, Westport, CT., 1987-9).
Biographical articles on Saint Anselm, Rodney Laver, and James, Earl of Stanhope for Great Lives From History: British Commonwealth Series, Salem Press, Pasadena, California, 1987.
"Literary Theory of Georgy Plekhanov," Magill's Critical Survey of Literary Theory (Salem Press, Pasadena, California, 1988).
"Sculpting in Time: Reflections on the Cinema. Andrei Tarkovsky, Soviet Film Director," Magill's Critical Survey of Twentieth Century Artists: Masterplots II (Salem Press, Pasadena, 1989), 1298-1302.
Biographical articles on Alexander Nevsky, Attila, Vladimir the Saint, Avicenna for Great Lives From History: Medieval Series, Salem Press, Pasadena, California, 1988.
Biographical articles on Alexander Herzen and Tsar Alexander II for Great Lives From History: Renaissance to 1900 Series, Salem Press, Pasadena, California, 1989.
Biographical article on Vaslav Nijinsky for Great Lives From History: 20th Century Series, Salem Press, Pasadena, California, 1990.
Articles in A Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet History (MERSH): "Athletics and Sports in Russian History," II, 1976; "Central Army Sports Club," vol. IV, 1977; "Dinamo," vol.IX, 1978; "Kholmsky, Prince Daniel," vol. XVI, 1980; "Nur Doulat, Prince," vol. XXV, 1981; "The Olympic Games of Moscow," vol. XXVI, 1982; "Trade Union Sport Societies," vol. XXXIX, 1985; "Vereisky, Prince Mikhail Andreevich," vol. XLII,1986 "Zavoloch'e," vol. XLIV, 1987 "Zosima, Archimandrite" vol. XVI, 1987
"Gorbachev Becomes President of the USSR, 1988" Magill's Great Events in History: 20th Century Series, Salem Press, 1992.
Two essays on Three Who Made a Revolution by Bertram Wolfe and Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert Massie in Magill's Critical Survey of Twentieth Century Artists: Masterplots II (Salem Press, Pasadena, 1992).
Four biographical articles on athletes (Sammy Baugh, Elgin Baylor, Jean Beliveau, Yogi Berra) for Great Personalities of the 20th Century. Athletes, Salem Press, Pasadena, Cal., 1992.
"Russian National Identity and the Emergence of the Sports Movement in Late Imperial Russia," History of European Ideas (Volume 16, No. 4-6, pp. 871-876, 1993). Longer version co-authored with Irina Tsypkina published by Cass Publishers, London, in Tribal Identities, London, 1995.
Two essays on "Kandinsky Publishes About the Spiritual in Art" and "Stravinsky's Premiere of Le Sacre du Printemps," Great Events in the Twentieth Century, Salem Press, Pasadena, Cal., 1993.
Five essays for Women's Issues, "Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women;" "Women in the Olympic Games;" "Women in Professional Sports;" "Women in Track and Field;" "Women in Swimming," Salem Press, Pasadena, Cal., 1996
Two Essays on "Professional Sports in America," "The Black Sox and the Rise of Spectator Sports" (coauthored), and "Russian Voyages to North America (Alaska)," in Great Events in the Twentieth Century II, Salem Press, Pasadena, Cal., 1996
"Sport in Soviet Life," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Soviet Civilization, ed. by Felix Roziner. New York: Henry Holt, accepted, October 3, 1996 (pending when disks are recovered from the late editor's wife)
"Karamzin, Nikolai Mikhailovich (1766-1826," and "Soloviev, Sergei Mikhailovich, 1820[-]1879," Modern Historiography, ed. by James O'Connell, London: Fitzroy, Dearborn Publishers, 1998.
"Communist Party USA," Enclyclopedia of Civil Rights, Salem Press, Pasadena, Cal., 1997.
Two essays for Great Events from History: European Series, Rev. ed., "Vladimir, Prince of Kiev is Baptized," and "Timur Devastates Southern Russia," Salem Press, Pasadena, Cal., 1997.
Four articles: "Alexander Nevsky Defends Novgorod from Swedish Invaders;" "Assassination of Russian Statesman Peter Stolypin by an Anarchist Terrorist;" "Treaty of Belgrade, 1739;" and "Ukrainian Nationalists Struggle for Independence from Soviet Union," in Great Events from History: European Series. Revised Edition, Salem Press, 1997.
"The Cold War in the Sixties," in The Sixties in America. ed. by Rowena Wildin, Pasadena: Salem Press, 1998
Reviews of Indian Educational Documents of the 19th Century, Journal of Asian Studies (February, 1969).
Review of V. Shishkin et al., Genesis of the Soviet Federative State in Studies in Soviet Thought 24, 1 (July, 1984).
Review Essay: "The Changing Face of the Russian National Character," in Studies in Soviet Thought (Fall, 1984)
Review of Nina Tumarkin, Lenin Lives: the Lenin Cult in Soviet Russia (Cambridge, 1983), in Studies in Soviet Thought (Vol. 31, 1985).
Review of Werner G. Hahn, Postwar Soviet Politics: The Fall of Zhdanov and the Defeat of Moderation (London, 1982), in Studies in Soviet Thought (Vol. 31, 1985).
Review of Yaacov Ro'i, The USSR and the Muslim World (London, 1984), in Studies in Soviet Thought (Vol. 33, 1987).
Review of Alexander Yanov, The Drama of the Soviet 1960s: A Lost Reform (Berkeley, 1984), in Studies in Soviet Thought (Vol. 33, 1987).
Review of Rasma Karklins, Ethnic Relations in the USSR: Perspective From Below (Boston, 1986), in Studies in Soviet Thought (Vol 34, 1987).
Review of Lewis S. Feuer, Imperialism and the Anti-imperialist Mind (Buffalo, 1987), in Studies in Soviet Thought, 37 (1989), 341-347.
Review of Ronaldo Munck, The Difficult Dialogue: Marxism and Nationalism (London, 1986) in Studies in Soviet Thought 39 (1990), pp. 115-123.
Review of Michael Gershenzon's A History of Young Russia (Irvine, California, 1986) in Studies in Soviet Thought 39 (1990), pp. 149-156.
Review of Elizabeth Kridl Valkenier, Ilya Repin and the World of Russian Art, New York: Columbia University Press, 1990, Studies in Soviet Thought, 236pp (1994).
Review of Nikolai Sergeevich Trubetzkoy, The Legacy of Genghis Khan and Other Essays on Russia's Identity, edited and with Postscript by Anatoly Liberman, and Preface by Viacheslav V. Ivanov, Ann Arbor, Michigan Slavic Publications, 1991, 389 pp. Studies in Soviet Thought (1994).
Review of three chapters of a new text in Russian History published by D.C. Heath
Review of Amin Saikal Amin and William Maley, eds., Russia in Search of Its Future, Cambridge, Cambridge UP., 1995, pp. 225 in East/West, summer, 1996
ARTICLES IN POPULAR PRESS: "Status of Soviet Christians," National Review (October 31, 1967). "Why I Return to the USSR," St. Anselm Alumni Bulletin, Winter, 1978-79. "Russian Educators See Poland as a Sign of Hope," co-authored with James Grace, New Hampshire Sunday News June 10, 1979. Review of "None Dare Call it Treason," Manchester Free Press, Aug 1964. "Russian National Character," St. Anselm Alumni Bulletin (Fall, 1982). "The Ransom of Red Stamps," Manchester Journal, 17 Sept. 1986. "A Season Almost Forgotten," Anselmian (Fall, 1996).