education and training
- Ph.D. in History, The University of Texas at Austin - (Austin, Texas, United States) 1990
- M.A. in History, The University of Texas at Austin - (Austin, Texas, United States) 1986
- B.A. in History, Texas A&M University - (College Station, Texas, United States) 1981
- Reese, R. R. (2018). Mark Edele. Stalin’s Defectors: How Red Army Soldiers Became Hitler’s Collaborators, 1941–1945.. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW. 123(4), 1429-1430.
- Reese, R. R. (2018). The Legacy of World War II for Putin's Russia. South Central Review. 35(1), 196-212.
- Reese, R. R. (2017). Battle for Belorussia: The Red Army's Forgotten Campaign of October 1943-April 1944. By David Glantz with Mary Elizabeth Glantz . Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2016. xxv, 758 pp. Appendixes. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Photographs. Tables. Maps. $39.95, hard cover.. Slavic Review. 76(4), 1124-1125.
- Reese, R. R. (2016). Book Review: Smolensk under the Nazis: Everyday Life in Occupied Russia by Laurie R. Cohen. War in History. 23(1), 139-140.
- Reese, R. (2014). The Russian Orthodox Church and ‘Patriotic’ Support for the Stalinist Regime during the Great Patriotic War. War & Society. 33(2), 131-153.
- Reese, R. R. (2011). Why Stalin's Soldiers Fought The Red Army's Military Effectiveness in World War II. Modern War Studies (Hardcover).
- Reese, R. R. (2005). Red Commanders A Social History of the Soviet Army Officer Corps, 1918-1991.
- Reese, R. R. (2002). The Soviet Military Experience A History of the Soviet Army, 1917-1991. Routledge.
- Reese, R. R. (1996). Stalin's Reluctant Soldiers A Social History of the Red Army, 1925-1941.
- Reese, R. R. (2017). Remembering the Soviet-Afghan War in Russia. Monumental Conflicts: Twentieth-Century Wars and the Evolution of Public Memory. (pp. 179-200). Routledge.
- Reese, R. R. (2012). The military and the revolutionary state. The Cambridge History of War. (pp. 352-377). Cambridge University Press.
recent teaching activities
Texas A&M University; History; 4236 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4236