TOC: Ab Imperio 4-2002 "Socioeconomic Structures and Paradoxes of Imperial Modernization"
Ab Imperio editors are pleased to announce the release of the fourth issue of the journal in 2002. The issue is dedicated to Socioeconomic Structures and Paradoxes of Imperial Modernization. This issue concludes the annual topic of AI in 2002, Russian Empire/USSR and Paradoxes of Modernization.
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Ab Imperio editors
Methodology and Theory
Paradoxes of Imperial Modernity
Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective
Reflections on the Concept of “Prerequisites” of Industrialization
Boris Anan’ich, Peter Gatrell
National And Non-National Dimensions of Economic Development in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Russia
“Aliens” in a Changing Society: Irkutsk, the Last Third of the 19th – First Third of the 20th Century
The “Cost” of Empire: Center and Borderlands in the Russian Budget, 19th – the Beginning of the 20th Century
David W. Darrow
Census as a Technology of Empire
How Diversity was Ordered: Lists and Classifications of Nationalities in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union (1897-1939)
The “Tatar Problem” in the All-Russian Census
A View at the All-Russian Census from the Republic of Tatarstan
The “Tatar Problem” in the Files of the 2002 All-Russian Census (Materials Courtesy of Sergei Sokolovski)
Sociology, Ethnology, Political Science
Border Economics versus Border Mentality: The Politics of Russia-China Border Trade
Sociopolitical and Economic Processes during the Emergence and Development of the Third Republic in Armenia (1988-2001)
Eric A. Miller, Arkady Toritsyn
Political Economy and Imperial Revival in the Former Soviet Union: Russia’s Special Path
ABC: Empire & Nationalism Studies
From the Editors
Imperial Regime in Lithuania in the 19th Century (From Lithuanian History Textbooks)
Baltic History and Soviet Empire: Recovering the Past in Soviet and Russian Historical Discourse
“Oligarch” as an Oligarch in the Mirror
Virgil Krapauskas, Nationalism and Historiography: The Case of Nineteenth-Century Lithuanian Historicism (East European monographs, No. DLIX) (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000), 234 р.
Евгении Анисимов. Дыба и кнут: политический сыск и русское общество в XVIII веке. Москва: Новое литературное обозрение, 1999. 719 с.
Paul W. Werth, At the Margins of Orthodoxy. Missions, Governance, and Confessional Politics in Russia’s Volga-Kama Region, 1827-1905 (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2002).
ChaeRan Y. Freeze. Jewish Marriage and Divorce in Imperial Russia. Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press, 2002. Appendix. Glossary of Transliterated Terms. Bibliography. Index. 399 p.
В. О. Бобровников. Мусульмане северного Кавказа: обычаи, право, насилие. Очерки по истории и этнографии права Нагорного Дагестана. Москва: Восточная Литература, 2002. 368 с., 49 илл.
Amir Weiner, Making Sense of War: The Second World War and the Fate of the
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