From Comparative to Entangled Histories
Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History. 2021. Vol. 22. No. 1. P. 173-182.
From Comparative to Entangled Histories: Perspectives on the Russian and Ottoman empires
"Dmitry Tolstoy's Classicism": And The Formation Of The Russian Literary Canon in The High School Curriculum
, Ab imperio 2017 No. 4 P. 108-137
The article reconstructs the history of the creation of Russia’s literary canon in the second half of the nineteenth century, and more speci cally – the phenomenon of Russian classic literature as codi ed in the high school curriculum of the time. The fact that teaching Russian literature was not abandoned in schools in the 1870s ...
Added: June 15, 2017
, Диалог со временем 2017 № 61 С. 216-234
The article is concentrated on a governmental project to train professors of medicine for Russian universities and Medical and Surgical Academies from native Russians. The project was launched in 1816. The author of the project was a Scottish physician James Wylie who obtained the position of a surgeon at the Russian Imperial Court and was ...
Added: November 21, 2017
, / Высшая школа экономики. Series LAW "Law". 2014. No. 43.
Mikhail Speranskiy, outstanding Russian statesman and legislator of the first half of the 19th century was the Siberian Governor-General from 1819-1821. The main result of this stage in his career was the reform of government in Asiatic Russia as well as development in 1822 of a set of codes – rules and regulations – for ...
Added: November 25, 2014
, , Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 2017 Vol. 17 No. 3 P. 369-380
The article reassesses some of the recent historiographic developments in studies of the Russian Revolution and the collapse of the Russian Empire. In particular, it focusses on the role of nationalist politics in late Imperial Russia, in 1917, and in early Soviet politics. It also considers the end of the Russian Empire within the context ...
Added: March 6, 2018
Дух и детали: Практики цензурного чтения и общественный статус цензора в предреформенную эпоху (случай И.А. Гончарова)
, , Die Welt der Slaven. Internationale Halbjahresschrift für Slavistik 2020 Т. 65 № 1 С. 123-141
The article deals with the problem of the relationship between various reading strategies by the censor and ideas about his social role during the pre-reform era of the late 1850s. The authors explore on the one hand the curious history of the journal publication of essays by P.M. Kovalevskij, a nephew of the minister of public education, in ...
Added: December 21, 2019
, Электронный научно-образовательный журнал "История" 2017 Т. 8 № 10(64)
В статье впервые в историографии российско-испанских отношений рассматриваются вопросы зарождения черноморско-средиземноморской торговли двух стран в начале XIX в. от заключения мира в 1801 г. до начала русско-турецкой войны 1806 г. Особое внимание уделено дипломатическому обоснованию торговых отношений, показана определяющая роль Османской империи в возможности их реализации, а также и то, как дипломатическая оплошность испанского консула ...
Added: February 5, 2018
, Canadian-American Slavic Studies 2015 Vol. 49 No. 4 P. 494-495
Added: December 21, 2018
Эволюция правового статуса российского дипломатического представительства в Крымском ханстве (1750-е – начало 1780-х гг.)
, Крымское историческое обозрение 2018 № 2 С. 70-90
The article is a study of legal status of the Russian diplomatic representatives a long time Russian State (Empire since the beginning of the 18th c.) kept in touch with the Crimea through irregular embassies and other temporary diplomatic missions. In 1740s the question on establishment of permanent Russian representative in the Khanate was put before authorities of the ...
Added: December 24, 2018
, Вестник Санкт-Петербургского университета. Серия 13. Востоковедение. Африканистика 2013 № 4 С. 85-93
This paper focuses on the analysis of the Millet system’s political role in the Ottoman Empire. The research on non-Muslim subject’s history is an important link in the chain of the Ottoman Empire history. The millets had a cultural, social and political function, as well as obvious spiritual role. It may be defined as a ...
Added: November 22, 2016
, , Ab imperio 2019 No. 1 P. 25-43
In the interview to Ab ImperioJournal within the series “Conversation with Author” Pieter Judson shares the research laboratory behind his revisionist account of the history of the Habsburg Empire (The Habsburg Empire: A New History) which was published by Harvard University press in English in 2016. The interview reveals an interesting historiographic situation at the end ...
Added: May 17, 2019
, , Российская история 2013 № 1 С. 180-186
Это рецензия на сборник документов В.Печерина и вступительную статью к ним. ...
Added: June 12, 2013
, I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd, 2016
Tsar and Sultan offers a unique insight into Russian Orientalism as the intellectual force behind Russian-Ottoman encounters. Through war diaries and memoirs, accounts of captivity and diplomatic correspondences, Victor Taki's analysis of military documents demonstrates a crucial aspect of Russia's discovery of the Orient based on its rivalry with the Ottoman Empire. Narratives depicting the ...
Added: December 5, 2016
, Новое прошлое 2018 № 1 С. 158-179
The author of the article analyzes conditions of formation and process of designing of language for the Russian Art Studies at the end of XVIII – the first third of the XIX century. By means of this language of an assessment and the description idea of specifics of national (Russian) art was created in the ...
Added: April 5, 2018
, Milan : Skira editore, 2009
Orientalism can be defined as a historical and cultural event, which has been uniting various aspects of cultural life for a number of centuries—literature, fine art, architecture, music and philosophy. A "vision" of the East—positive or negative—based on imagination or historic facts, it has generated an exotic image in our consciousness, which has its own ...
Added: October 13, 2014
Water supply to the small cities in the northern region of the Russian Empire, 1890-1910s (Vologda, Staraya Russa and Cherepovets)
, Mesto a Dejiny 2020 Vol. 9 No. 1 P. 45-68
The article is devoted to the analysis of the process of the organization of centralized water supply systems in small Russian towns at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century. The causes and the process of pipeline building in three small cities, each of which became significant transport hubs by ...
Added: October 13, 2020
, Russian Studies in History 2012 Vol. 51 No. 1 P. 3-6
Added: October 22, 2014
, Российская история 2015 № 3 С. 106-116
The article analyzes ideological and institutional background of the program of economic reforms, formulated in the 1850s by a group of influential Russian economists. The author traces the impact of French financial institutes and ideas (especially the saint-simonian doctrine) on this program and its realization.The article analyzes ideological and institutional background of the program of ...
Added: February 7, 2015
Imperial parliament for a hybrid empire: Representative experiments in early 20th century Russian Empire
, Journal of Eurasian Studies 2020 Vol. 11 No. 1 P. 30-39
This article argues that the history of Russian constitutional and parliamentary reform in the early 20th century can be cast in a new light in view of the global transformation of political life under the challenge of imperial diversity and mass politics. The article points out that imperial diversity as a challenge to democratic government ...
Added: February 14, 2020
Русь, Россия: Средневековье и Новое время. Вып. 4. Четвертые чтения памяти академика РАН Л.В.Милова. Материалы международной научной конференции. Москва, 26 октября – 1 ноября 2015 г.
М. : [б.и.], 2015
Материалы более чем 124 докладов Четвертых чтений памяти Л.В.Милова ...
Added: November 2, 2015
The “Fitna” Concept within the Context of the Sultan Barquq (1382 – 1399) and the Karamanids Relations
, , Iran and the Caucasus 2016 Vol. 20 No. 2 P. 179-190
The classic Mamluk era (mid-13th–early 16th century) was one of the brightest in the history of Egypt, as well as of the entire region of the Middle East. The reign of Sultan Burquq marked the beginning of what is known as the Burji or Circassian period (1382–1517). The fitna concept, which is the basic point ...
Added: September 19, 2016
, , et al., Milan : Skira editore, 2013
The volume presents for the first time four 17th-century paintings commissioned by the Habsburg Ambassador Hans-Ludwig von Kuefstein after his diplomatic mission to Istanbul, accompanied by twelve gouache works from a collection in Austria. In spite of its diplomatic and political success in the Ottoman–Habsburg relations, the Kuefstein’s embassy is remembered first of all for ...
Added: October 13, 2014
Османская политика в отношении этноконфессиональных меньшинств как модель управления полиэтническим и поликонфессиональным обществом
, Казанский педагогический журнал 2015 № 6(113) С. 175-180
The article discusses the millet system in the Ottoman Empire, which allowed non-Muslim subjects to protect and develop their culture, traditions, language and religion, accepting the absolute power of the sultan. The paper aims to analyse whether the millet system’s model or some of its elements could promote a balance of power or interests in ...
Added: November 22, 2016
Интеграция немусульман в «османский социум» с использованием реформ в сфере образования в 1839-1876 гг.
, Страны и народы Востока 2018 № XXXVII
The aim of this paper is to examine the ottoman educational system in Tanzimat period through which the Ottoman state attempted to train loyal subjects among non-Muslims and integrate them into the “Ottoman community”. The Ottoman ruling circles believed that loyalty of non-Muslim subject to the Ottoman state could be the guarantor of the territorial ...
Added: November 22, 2016
, , Gdańsk : Muzeum Narodowego w Gdańsku, 2013
One of the most popular travel destinations among nobles, wealthy merchants, travellers and diplomats during the sixteenth century was the world of the Ottoman Empire, as European–Ottoman relations pervaded the centuries, combining cultural, political and economic interests. So there was increasing demand for pictorial as well as written records of life in the Ottoman world. ...
Added: February 14, 2015