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by David L. Ransel,Jane Burbank

eBook Imperial Russia: New Histories for the Empire (Indiana-Michigan Series in Russian and East European Studies) download ISBN: 0253334624
Author: David L. Ransel,Jane Burbank
Publisher: Indiana Univ Pr; First edition (November 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 359
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Category: History
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David L. Ransel is Professor of History and Director of the Russian and East European Institute, Indiana University. See and discover other items: history of michigan, history of russian literature in 19th century, imperial russia, seventeenth century russia. Series: Indiana-Michigan Series in Russian and East European Studies. Paperback: 384 pages. Publisher: Indiana University Press (September 22, 1998).

Imperial Russia book "Anyone wishing to understand the 'state of the field' in Imperial Russian history would do well to start with this collection.

Imperial Russia book. Start by marking Imperial Russia: New Histories for the Empire as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Anyone wishing to understand the 'state of the field' in Imperial Russian history would do well to start with this collection. -Theodore W. Weeks, "On the basis of the work presented here, one can say that the future of American scholarship on imperial Russia is in good hands.

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In contrast to much of traditional historical writing on Imperial Russia, which focused heavily on the causes of its demise, the contributors to this volume investigate the people and institutions that kept imperial Russia functioning over a long period of time.

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998. Recommend this journal. xxiii, 359 pp. Notes.

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Presenting the results of new research and fresh approaches, the historians whose work is highlighted here seek to extend new thinking about the way imperial Russian history is studied and taught. Populating their essays are a varied lot of ordinary Russians of the 18th and 19th centuries: a luxury-loving merchant and his extended family, reform-minded clerics, peasant resettlers, soldiers on the frontier, amateur ethnographers, lesser nobles of the provinces and the capitals, founders of the Russian Geographic Society. In contrast to much of traditional historical writing on Imperial Russia, which focused heavily on the causes of its demise, the contributors to this volume investigate the people and institutions that kept imperial Russia functioning over a long period of time. Eschewing grand historical narratives for mini-stories of politics, culture, institutions, or family life, the essays open new directions for scholars and students seeking a better understanding of Russia's fascinating past. This is an Indiana-Michigan Series in Russian and East European Studies.