Social Identity in Imperial Russia (Paperback)Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter (author)
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Publisher: Northern Illinois University Press
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 386 g
Dimensions: 226 x 150 x 18 mm
"A work of meticulous scholarship.... Readers will attain a rare sense of emotional and moral engagement in the Russian society of the era."
Richard Stites, Georgetown University
"A wonderfully conceived work of cultural history, well researched in its chosen primary sources, well structured, and well written."
James Cracraft, University of Illinois at Chicago
"A path-breaking and fascinating book from a prolific scholar."
Christine D. Worobec, author of "Possessed""
An important, stimulating, and useful contribution to our understanding of Russian society.
"Canadian Slavonic Papers"
Wirtschafter has written a book that every historian of imperial Russia will need to read. . . . [S]he offers a challenging countermodel to traditional interpretations of Russian social history.
"Times Literary Supplement"
An invaluable source of detailed information and compelling interpretations about social identities in imperial Russia.
"Irish Slavonic Studies""
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