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ОбложкаPeopling the Russian periphery: borderland colonization in Eurasian history / ed. by N.B.Breyfogle, A.Schrader, W.Sunderland. - London; New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2007. - xvi, 288 p.: ill. - (BASEES/Routledge series on Russian and East European Studies; 38). - Bibliogr. at the end of the chapters. - ISBN 0-415-54423-8; ISBN 978-0-415-54423-8
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Оглавление / Contents
 
   List of illustrations ........................................ x
   List of contributors ........................................ xi
   Preface ................................................... xiii
   Archives and abbreviations .................................. xv

   Russian colonizations: an introduction ....................... 1
   NICHOLAS B. BREYFOGLE, ABBY SCHRÖDER, AND WILLARD SUNDERLAND

PART I  Muscovy, expansion, and the limits of migration ........ 19
1  Claiming Siberia: colonial possession and property holding
   in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries ........... 21
   VALERIE KIVELSON
2  Containment vs. colonization: Muscovite approaches
   to settling the steppe ...................................... 41
   BRIAN J. BOECK
3  Grant, settle, negotiate: military servitors in the
   Middle Volga region ......................................... 61
   MATTHEW P. ROMANIELLO

PART II  Colonization on the Imperial Russian frontier ......... 79
4  Agriculture and the environment on the steppes in the
   nineteenth century .......................................... 81
   DAVID MOON
5  The "ethic of empire" on the Siberian borderland: the 
   peculiar case of the "rock people," 1791-1878 .............. 106
   ANDREI A. ZNAMENSKI
6  Resettling people, unsettling the empire: migration and
   the challenge of governance, 1861-1917 ..................... 128
   CHARLES STEINWEDEL
7  Progress or peril: migrants and locals in Russian 
   Tashkent, 1906-14 .......................................... 148
   JEFF SAHADEO

PART III  Population politics and the Soviet experiment ....... 167
8  Acclimatization, the shifting science of settlement ........ 169
   CASSANDRA CAVANAUGH
9  The aesthetic of Stalinist planning and the world of the
   special villages ........................................... 189
   LYNNE VIOLA
10 "Those who hurry to the Far East": readers, dreamers,
   and volunteers ............................................. 213
   ELENA SHULMAN
11 The "planet of one hundred languages": ethnic relations
   and Soviet identity in the Virgin Lands .................... 238
   MICHAELA POHL

PART IV  Conclusions .......................................... 263
12 Colonizing Eurasia ......................................... 265
   ALFRED J. RIEBER

   Glossary ................................................... 280
   Index ...................................................... 281


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