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The Romanov empire and nationalism
A. I. Miller
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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In the first phase of this reconfiguration (which actually began in the nineteenth century), the crumbling of the great “traditional” multinational land empires – the prolonged decay of the Ottoman Empire and the sudden collapse, in the First World War, of the Habsburg and Romanov empires – left in its wake a broad north-south belt of Cited by: Genre/Form: Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Miller, Alexei. Romanov Empire and Nationalism: Essays in the Methodology of Historical Research.
The House of Romanov (/ ˈ r oʊ m ə ˌ n ɔː f,-ˌ n ɒ f, r oʊ ˈ m ɑː n ə f /; also Romanoff; Russian: Рома́новы, Románovy, IPA: [rɐˈmanəf]) was the reigning royal house of Russia from to The Romanovs achieved prominence as boyars of the Grand Duchy of Moscow and later the Tsardom of Russia under the reigning Rurik dynasty, which became extinct upon the death Current head: Disputed since Maria Vladimirovna, . Russian Empire - Russian Empire - Nationalism and reaction: When the War of began, the patriotic feeling reached its pitch. It was to be a Scythian war—a war of retreat. Time and space were to be the chief allies of Russia, whose military forces were between one-half and one-third the size of Napoleon’s. Indeed, the deeper Napoleon penetrated into Russia’s vast expanses the more.
The essays in Nationalizing Empires challenge the dichotomy between empire and nation state that for decades has dominated authors center their attention on nation-building in the imperial core and maintain that the nineteenth century, rather than the age of nation-states, was the age of empires and nationalism. The Romanov Dynasty held the Russian Empire as one of the most powerful European states for over three centuries. In , during Nicholas II’s contradictory reign, a revolution began that transformed the empire into the first ever communist nation, replacing the infamous autocratic rule and introducing the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
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Romanov Empire and Nationalism: Essays in the Methodology of Historical Research English Ed. Rev. and Enl Edition by Alexei Miller (Author) ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that The Romanov empire and nationalism book getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: Romanov Empire and Nationalism: Essays in the Methodology of Historical Research. In this Book. summary. Miller addresses the fabric of interaction between the imperial authority and local communities in the Romanov empire.
How did the authorities structure the space of the empire. Buy This Book Cited by: Russian historiography has been focused on the central state, to the power. The national historiographies of the peoples that were once part of the empire, on the other hand, concentrate on their own nation, and the empire for them is only a burdensome context in which a particular nation was “waking up,” and fighting for independence.
The book presents more than a welcomed English collection of Miller’s main publications: some of the contributions are new, some have undergone “significant changes,” as the author puts it.
In sum, the publication is a programmatic road map of the possible paths on which the imperial history of the Romanov Empire can : Malte Rolf. The Romanov empire and nationalism [electronic resource]: essays in the methodology of historical research / Alexei Miller.
Alternative titles: Imperii︠a︡ Romanovykh i nat︠s︡ionalizm. English: Main author: Miller, A. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest. Alexei Miller, The Romanov Empire and Nationalism Malte Rolf REFERENCES Alexei MILLER, The Romanov Empire and Nationalism.
Essays in the Methodology of Historical Research. Budapest — New York: Central European University Press,p. 1 A new imperial history of the Russian Empire hardly breaks new ground — reprints of.
This pioneering work treats the Ukrainian question in Russian imperial policy and its importance for the intelligentsia of the empire. Miller sets the Russian Empire in the context of modernizing and occasionally nationalizing great power states and discusses the process of incorporating the Ukraine, better known as "Little Russia" in that time, into the Romanov Empire in the late 18th and Author: Alexei Miller.
Since the publication of my book The Ukrainian Question: the Russian Empire and Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century inI have continued to deal with the issues of empire and nationalism, this time without a hard link to the Ukrainian question.
My attention has been focused to a greater extent on the issues of Russian nationalism and on the way the imperial context, including interactions between empires. Romanov Empire and Nationalism Book Description: Miller addresses the fabric of interaction between the imperial authority and local communities in the Romanov empire.
From the opulent palaces of St. Petersburg and the intrigue-laced salons of the aristocracy to the World War I battlefields and the bloodied countryside occupied by the Bolsheviks, C. Gortner sweeps us into the anarchic fall of an empire and the complex, bold heart of the woman who tried to save it.
Praise for The Romanov Empress “Timely. The book also offers a new perspective on one of the central questions of late imperial history, that of the correlation between the empire and the nation in Russian public thought.
The book shows why the “Ukrainian and Belorussian questions” occupied a special. A discussion of the process of incorporating the Ukraine, better known as ''Little Russia'' in that time, into the Romanov Empire in the late 18th and 19th centuries. Other than territorial expansion, this process was the manifestation of Russian nationalism with regard to Ukrainian culture.
Miller sets the Russian Empire in the context of modernizing and occasionally nationalizing great power states and discusses the process of incorporating the Ukraine, better known as "Little Russia" in that time, into the Romanov Empire in the late 18th and 19th centuries.
The only book on the policies of the Russian imperial authorities with respect to the “Ukrainian question” was written in the late s by Ukrainian historian Fedor Savchenko.¹ He, along with other colleagues of M.
Grushevskii, who returned to the Soviet Union in and became chief of the Ukrainian history section of the History Division of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, did. The Russian dynasty of the Romanov tsars was born in during an era of intense civil strife with the coronation of Mikhail Fedorivch Romanov; it was destroyed in the revolutionary turmoil of In the intervening three centuries the relatively small, land-locked kingdom of Muscovy grew into the world's largest land empire.
Yet size was no protection for the dynasty, and throughout the. Neither the Russian Empire nor the USSR were nation-states but in many ways both favoured Russian culture and language.
In the pre-revolutionary period it was difficult to discern a consistent ‘nationality policy’, in particular as the Tsar and his servitors were themselves hardly exemplars of pure Russian ethnicity. Thus policies described as ‘russification’ seldom aimed at cultural Author: Theodore R.
Weeks. This pioneering work treats the Ukrainian question in Russian imperial policy and its importance for the intelligentsia of the empire. Miller sets the Russian Empire in the context of modernizing and occasionally nationalizing great power states and discusses the process of incorporating the Ukraine, better known as "Little Russia" in that time, into the Romanov Empire in the late 18th.
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Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. ROMANOV EMPIRE AND NATIONALISM By Alexei Miller - Hardcover **Mint Condition**. The Romanov Empire (Russian: Романовская Империя), also known as the Imperial Throne (Russian: Императорский Престол), formerly the Russian Empire (Российская Империя), is a state proposed by Russian businessman and politician Anton Bakov as a re-creation of the Russian ment: Constitutional monarchy.
From the opulent palaces of St. Petersburg and the intrigue-laced salons of the aristocracy to the World War I battlefields and the bloodied countryside occupied by the Bolsheviks, C.
Gortner sweeps us into the anarchic fall of an empire and the complex, bold heart of the woman who tried to save it. Praise for The Romanov Empress “TimelyPages:. Alexei Miller is one of the leading specialists in the history of the Russian Empire and its nationality questions. In this book, Miller discusses the empire's policies in relation to various nationalities from the end of the eighteenth century to the : Johannes Remy.The Romanov empire and nationalism: essays in the methodology of historical research.
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