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  • ISBN 0742537374
  • ISBN13 978-0742537378
  • Language English
  • Author Christine D. Worobec
  • Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (January 16, 2009)
  • Pages 198
  • Formats mbr lit lrf rtf
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1345 kb
  • Size Fb2 1503 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 573

This compelling set of essays presents richly human stories of individual and group experiences, as well as of key events in the history of Imperial Russia. Beginning with Peter I's dress reforms in the early eighteenth century and concluding with poets arising out of a stratified and largely urban working class between the revolutions of 1905 and 1917, the essays introduce readers to many of the major changes in Imperial Russian history and their consequences. We see the effects of reforms; the consequences of an economy and society built on serfdom; as well as the development of a civil society, the "woman question," urbanization, secularization, and modernity. At the same time, the contributors' nuanced reconstruction of personal and group histories provides important correctives to the traditional grand narratives of Russian history. These microhistories reveal individuals' daily negotiations with authority figures, be they government officials, religious leaders, individuals of another class, or even members of their own class. As this book vividly shows, individuals, groups, and events raised out of obscurity remind us of the messiness of everyday life; of people's dreams, frustrations, and transformations; as well as of their sense of self and the community around them.Contributions by: Rodney D. Bohac, Barbara Alpern Engel, ChaeRan Y. Freeze, William B. Husband, Laura L. Phillips, David L. Ransel, Christine Ruane, Rochelle G. Ruthchild, Rebecca Spagnolo, Mark D. Steinberg, Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter, and Christine D. Worobec

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This chapter concerns the introduction of Kant’s name and works into Imperial Russia from 1758–1800. Some young Russians studied in Königsberg and brought knowledge of Kant’s ideas back to Russia proper. However, as a result of the Seven Years’ War, Königsberg was under Russian occupation for a time, and as a result Kant himself was in a sense in Imperial Russia. Here, we look at both these young.

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The Human Tradition in I. .has been added to your Cart. Additionally, each contribution is brief and written in a lively and engaging style. As a whole, this volume succeeds in placing Imperial Russia within the human tradition. Canadian Slavonic Papers). Benefiting from a treasure-trove of archival sources, these twelve wide-ranging analyses offer abundant insights into individual and collective lives under tsardom.

Christine D. Sweeping across more than two centuries, this compelling book introduces readers to some of the major themes in Imperial Russia. In a set of engaging essays, the contributors present richly human stories of individual and group experiences, as well as of key events in Russian history. We see the effects of reforms; the consequences of an economy and society built on serfdom; as well as the development of a civil society, the "woman question," urbanization, secularization, and modernity.

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Sweeping across more than two centuries, this compelling book introduces readers to some of the major themes in Imperial Russia. Human Tradition Around the World. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc.