5 edition of Late Imperial Russia found in the catalog.
Late Imperial Russia
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ian D. Thatcher.|
|Contributions||Thatcher, Ian D.|
|LC Classifications||DK262 .L32 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|ISBN 10||0719067863, 0719067871|
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This volume offers a detailed examination of the stability of the late imperial regime in Russia. Students and scholars will appreciate the lively summaries of the latest scholarship in political, economic, social, cultural, and international history.
Accessible yet insightful, contributions cover the historiography of complex topics such as peasants, workers, revolutionaries, foreign. In addition, there are original studies of some of the leading intellectuals of the time. The late imperial economy is examined through the writings of Tugan-Baranovsky.
There is an account of M. Pokrovskii’s radical interpretation of late imperial Russia’s historical path of development.5/5(2). Late Imperial Russia, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
This new interpretation of the final years of Imperial Rus /5. This new interpretation of the final years of Imperial Russia provides a clear and concise introduction to a critical period in the history of modern Russia.
Professor Hutchinson outlines the key problems facing the Tsarist regime, and the attitudes of its Liberal critics and revolutionary enemies.
In particular, he considers how the monarchy was able to withstand the uprisings of. The first systematic study of civil law in late Imperial Russia, this book shows that efforts to adjust family, property, and inheritance law to changing social and economic conditions often became intertwined with attempts to shape society in accordance with competing ideological ends.
Through a restructuring of the family's legal basis. Modern Occultism in Late Imperial Russia traces the history of occult thought and practice from its origins in private salons to its popularity in turn-of-the-century mass culture.
In lucid prose, Julia Mannherz examines the ferocious public debates of the s on higher dimensional mathematics and the workings of séance phenomena, discusses the world of cheap instruction4/5(1). "All Russia Is Burning. is a superb and pathbreaking study of fire in rural Russia in the late imperial period.
The multiple ways in which Frierson addresses her topic make this book a landmark study of Russian society in the critical half century of reform and change before the shocks of the 20th century by: Art Periodical Culture in Late Imperial Russia ().
Print Modernism in Transition offers a detailed exploration of the major Modernist art periodicals in late imperial Russia, the World of Art (Mir Iskusstva, ), The Golden Fleece (Zolotoe runo, ) and Apollo (Apollon, ).By exploring the role of art reproduction in the Author: Hanna Chuchvaha.
Non-Russian nobility. The Russian imperial nobility was multi-ethnic. Native non-Russians such as the Poles, Georgians, Lithuanians, Tatars, and Germans formed an important segment of the noble estate. According to the census, only % of Russians were classified as hereditary nobles versus % of Georgians and % of Poles, followed by Lithuanians, Tatars.
“It is extremely rare for a book to be accessible and of use to undergraduates, graduate students, outsiders to the field and specialists in the field, but I believe this book pulls it off.
It belongs on the shelf of anyone with any degree of interest in everyday life or religion in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Russia.”. Village Life in Late Tsarist Russia provides a unique firsthand portrait of peasant family life as recorded by Olga Semyonova Tian-Shanskaia, an ethnographer and painter who spent four years at the turn of the twentieth century observing the life and customs of.
Late Imperial Russia, DOI link for Late Imperial Russia, Late Imperial Russia, bookCited by: 2. Get this from a library. Late Imperial Russia, [John F Hutchinson] -- The final years of Imperial Russia are critical to the history of modern Russia and this clear, concise guide provides analysis of social and political developments and considers how the monarchy.
— Jarrod Tanny, author of City of Rogues and Schnorrers: Russia's Jews and the Myth of Old Odessa (IUP, ) “Overall this book succeeds in providing both a concise yet thorough account of the trial and an exploration of the significance of. Late Imperial urban workers - Ian D.
Thatcher Late Imperial peasants - David Moon Late Imperial revolutionaries - Geoffrey Swain The origins, development and demise of M. Pokrovskii's interpretation of Russian history - James D. White Late Imperial Russia in the Imperial World - Paul Dukes-- Index. (source: Nielsen Book. (The religion writer Tara Isabella Burton has a good book coming out next the most striking similarity between U.S.
society now and that of late imperial Russia is the general anxiety and. The City in Late Imperial Russia examines this process and the changes it brought in eight of the Empire\'s largest cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev, Warsaw, Riga, Odessa, Tiflis, and Baku.
Individual chapters on each of these cities discussed changes in the economic fabric of the city and in the occupational and ethnic composition of the. Modern Occultism in Late Imperial Russia traces the history of occult thought and practice from its origins in private salons to its popularity in turn-of-the-century mass culture.
In lucid prose, Julia Mannherz examines the ferocious public debates of the s on higher dimensional mathematics and the workings of s\u00e9ance phenomena Author: Julia Mannherz. Book Description. This new interpretation of the final years of Imperial Russia provides a clear and concise introduction to a critical period in the history of modern Russia.
Professor Hutchinson outlines the key problems facing the Tsarist regime, and the attitudes of its Liberal critics and revolutionary enemies. Literary Scholarship in Late Imperial Russia (s): Rituals of Academic Institutionalism View larger image "The turn of the twentieth century was a decisive moment in the institutionalisation of Russia's literary scholarship.
This is the first book in the English language to provide an in-depth analysis of the emergence of Russia's. Please join us for the US launch of Art and Commerce in Late Imperial Russia: The Peredvizhniki, a Partnership of Artists (Bloomsbury Academics, ) with author Andrey Shabanov.
Contemporaries of Dostoevsky and Tolstoy and predecessors of Diaghilev’s World of Art and the Russian avant-garde, the group of artists known as the Peredvizhniki was no less.
Read "Blood Libel in Late Imperial Russia The Ritual Murder Trial of Mendel Beilis" by Robert Weinberg available from Rakuten Kobo. On Sunday, Machildren playing in a cave near Kiev made a gruesome discovery: the blood-soaked body of a pa Brand: Indiana University Press.
Robert Weinberg's account of the Beilis Affair explores the reasons why the tsarist government framed Beilis, shedding light on the excesses of antisemitism in late Imperial Russia.
Primary documents culled from the trial transcript, newspaper articles, Beilis's memoirs, and archival sources, many appearing in English for the first time, bring. The author does not attempt to carry forward her story beyond imperial Russia, but it is a work that has much to enlighten scholars of the Soviet period.
The commitment of legal reformers in late imperial Russia to objective justice and the maintenance of jury trials stands in quite sharp contrast to the overtly politicized nature of Soviet.
Blood Libel in Late Imperial Russia Book Description: On Sunday, Machildren playing in a cave near Kiev made a gruesome discovery: the blood-soaked body of a. "Simon Rabinovitch's book is the first comprehensive work about Jewish nationalism and the attempts to establish Jewish autonomy in late Imperial and Revolutionary Russia Rabinovitch's innovative work makes a significant contribution in the fields of Russian and Eastern European Jewish History, Jewish nationalism, and minority rights.
Gaudin, Corinne. "Ideologies of Authority and Institutional Settings." Chapter 1 in Ruling Peasants: Village and State in Late Imperial Russia. pp. 14– ISBN: Revolutionary Dreams and Reaction [Cracraft] Wortman. "Towards the Rule of Law." pp.
– Dmytryshyn, Basil. Buy This Book in Print. summary. Modern Occultism in Late Imperial Russia traces the history of occult thought and practice from its origins in private salons to its popularity in turn-of-the-century mass culture.
In lucid prose, Julia Mannherz examines the ferocious public debates of the s on higher dimensional mathematics and the workings Cited by: 5.
Late Imperial Russia, DOI link for Late Imperial Russia, Late Imperial Russia, bookAuthor: John F. Hutchinson. Writing History in Late Imperial Russia: Scholarship and the Literary Canon Frances Nethercott Bloomsbury pages $ Hardcover Library of Modern Russia DK38 This book describes how Russian historians during the late imperial era drew on the literary canon as a resource for understanding the past, focusing on the work of historians.
The result is a much clearer sense than we had previously of ideas in action and of the evolution of local political culture in Kiev and its hinterland in late imperial Russia.
In the early 19th century, the Southwest Region remained very much a borderland, its social and administrative systems remarkably unchanged since its absorption into the. Jewish Souls, Bureaucratic Minds examines the phenomenon of Jewish bureaucracy in the Russian empire—its institutions, personnel, and policies—from to In particular, it focuses on the institution of expert Jews, mid-level Jewish bureaucrats who served the Russian state both in the Pale of Settlement and in the central offices of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
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Arts and Crafts in Late Imperial Russia is the first account of the revival of Russia's kustar art industriespeasant crafts of wood carving, toy production, lacemaking, embroidery, and weaving - from its origins in the populist debates and philanthropic impulses of the early s to its climax inwith the display of its achievements at the Second All-Russian Kustar Exhibition in St Cited by: 4.
Paradoxically, as our knowledge of postemancipation Russian society and culture has grown, we have produced a historical portrait that is increasingly rough, fractured, and blurred.
the coexistence of the traditional and the new, of inertia and vibrancy, is increasingly familiar to students of late imperial Russia—and, indeed, of Soviet Russia as well.
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Free shipping for many products. It is commonly held that a strict divide between literature and history emerged in the 19th century, with the latter evolving into a more serious disciple of rigorous science. Yet, in turning to works of historical writing during late Imperial Russia, Frances Nethercott reveals how this was not so; rather, she argues, fiction, lyric poetry, and sometimes even the lives of.
The Authority of Law: Fiction, Literary Criticism, and the Literary Lawyers in Late Imperial Russia () For some organic reason, We are utterly unequipped With these progenies of Satan, Common sense and legal wit. Russian natures are too broad, And our truth does not conform To the formal, narrow road Of a strictly legal form.
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A. Stolypin aroused deep passions among his contemporaries as well as subsequent historians. In the twilight of Nicholas II’s reign he was .Book Description: A surprising number of Jews lived, literally and figuratively, "beyond the Pale" of Jewish Settlement in tsarist Russia during the half-century before the Revolution of Thanks to the availability of long-closed Russian archives, along with a wide range of other sources, Benjamin Nathans reinterprets the history of the.