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Écrire et réécrire l’histoire russe d’Ivan le Terrible à Vasilij Ključevskij (1547-1917)

Ответственный редактор: P. Gonneau, E. Rai.

This book on changing narratives of Russian history will trace cultural mythologies from the period when the Russian Empire was created, during the reign of Ivan IV (1547-1584), to its fall in 1905. The boundaries of our discussion are two seminal works: the Muscovite Book of Royal Degrees, produced between 1555 and 1564 in the Moscow metropolitans’ workshop, and the Course on Russian History (1904-1911), written by Vasilii Kliuchevskii, the most authoritative figure among Russian historians before the Bolshevik Revolution. Among the other authors whose views on Russian history have made major contributions in this area and founded schools are Vasilii Tatishchev, Nikolai Karamzin, and Sergei Solov’ev. We will also look at the narratives produced by foreign historians, some at the request of Russian institutions and others composed to give readers in their native lands a sense of Russian history.

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