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Tumanova A. S. Russian Studies in History. 2015. Vol. 53. No. 3. P. 38-55.

The author descrides the activities of the governor of the Tambov region Nikolai Muratov who was the famous representative of the conservative ruling elite of the Late Russian Empire. The article was translated from the journal "Otechestvennaya Istoriia". 2003. No. 3. P. 104-134.

Added: Jun 1, 2015
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SVETLANA MALYSHEVA. Russian Studies in History. 2016. Vol. 55. No. 2. P. 139-162.
Provincial Kazan provides the material for this article’s account of the growth in prostitution that resulted from the development of the consumer market and the leisure industry in the latter half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The unprecedented increase and variety of “offerings” in the realm of “love’ for sale” made prostitution a permissible model of everyday existence and created a subculture that exerted no small influence on the daily practices and mentality of the lower and middle urban strata and on urban culture as a whole.
Added: Oct 15, 2017
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Gorizontov L. Russian Studies in History. 2012. Vol. 51. No. 1: The Russian Empire and the Crimean War: Conceptualizing Experience and Exploring New Approaches. P. 65-94.

The article constitutes a part of author’s studies on regions and mental geography of the Russian empire. The military actions within own territory normally produce a dramatic and long impact on the spatial imaginations. The Crimean war with its center in newly incorporated New Russia has helped to include this region to the mental maps as the Russian space. The article shows the new symbolic geography formation. It also analyses the efforts of propaganda aimed at maintaining the imperial durability. A special attention is paid to the state militia. The citizen soldiers – nobles and law classes representatives – had the unique opportunity to visit a number of regions. For the inhabitants of Central Russia the border with Little Russia was essential. The perception of Jews has demonstrated xenophobia long before pogroms. Although the authorities had enough reasons to be afraid of separatism, the final conclusion was that the imperial construction is rather healthy. As a result of such a conclusion an elaboration of this construction hasn’t become a part of common program of reforms in Russia. The author used unpublished documents, in particular those preserved in Kiev. The publication in well-known American journal with world-wide distribution has made the article accessible for many readers. 

Added: Mar 10, 2013
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Tumanova A. S. Russian Studies in History. 2012. Vol. 51. No. 3. P. 3-6.

Civil society institutions - independent courts and universities, public associations, and a society dedicated to freedom of conscience and of confession - emerged in response to the Great Reforms, war, and revolution to support the industrialization and modernization of Russia`s agrarian society

Added: Nov 25, 2013
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Tumanova A. S. Russian Studies in History. 2012. Vol. 51. No. 3. P. 81-107.

This article is the first in historico-legal literature to deal with the phenomenon of Russian refugee assistance organization during World War I. This multicenter study is focused on legal and institutional factors of refugee assistance organization, on institutionalization of national refugee organizations in Moscow and Petersburg. Its academic novelty is manifested through usage of archival and published materials, their greater part being introduced into scientific use for the first time. The regulation of refugee assistance was based on three constituents: state regulatory acts, corporate enactments of social organizations, and public activities on refugee assistance organization. The results of the study are also of considerable practical importance. They can help solve contemporary migrant adaptation problems, overcome ethnic and religious extremism.

Added: Mar 20, 2013
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Tumanova A. S. Russian Studies in History. 2012. Vol. 51. No. 3. P. 81-107.

This article is the first in historico-legal literature to deal with the phenomenon of Russian refugee assistance organization during World War I. This multicenter study is focused on legal and institutional factors of refugee assistance organization, on institutionalization of national refugee organizations in Moscow and Petersburg. Its academic novelty is manifested through usage of archival and published materials, their greater part being introduced into scientific use for the first time. It is established that the regulation of refugee assistance was based on three constituents: state regulatory acts, corporate enactments of social organizations, and public activities on refugee assistance organization. The results of the study are also of considerable practical importance. They can help solve contemporary migrant adaptation problems, overcome ethnic and religious extremism.

Added: Nov 27, 2012
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Safonov A. A. Russian Studies in History. 2013. Vol. 51. No. 3. P. 20-56.

Although freedom of conscience and of confession were essential to modernizing Russia and creating a civil society, the tight bonds between church and state complicated efforts to implement such reforms under the autocratic system and the constitutional monarchy that succeded it.

Added: Nov 18, 2013
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Khristoforov I. Russian Studies in History. 2012. Vol. 51. No. 1. P. 3-6.
Added: Oct 22, 2014