The Brilliant Bandit of the Wabash: The Life of the Notorious Outlaw Frank Rande (Hardback)
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The Brilliant Bandit of the Wabash: The Life of the Notorious Outlaw Frank Rande (Hardback)

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Hardback 220 Pages / Published: 15/06/2010
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Exploring the creation, transformation, and imagination of Russian space as a lens through which to understand Russia's development over the centuries, this volume makes an important contribution to Russian studies and the "new spatial history." It considers aspects of the relationship between place and power in Russia from the local level to the national and from the 18th century through the present. Essays include: Melissa K. Stockdale, "What is a Fatherland? Changing Notions of Duty, Rights and Belonging in Russia". Mark Bassin, "Nationhood, Natural Regions, Mestorazvitie: Environmental Discourses in Classic Eurasianism". John Randolph, "Russian Route: The Politics of the Petersburg-Moscow Road, 1700-1800". Richard Stites, "On the Dance Floor: Royal Power, Class, and Nationality in Servile Russia". Patricia Herlihy, "Ab Oriente ad Ultimum Oriente: Eugen Scuyler, Russia and Central Asia". Robert Argenbright, "Soviet Agitational Vehicles: Colonization from Place to Place". Christopher Ely, "Street Space and Political Culture under Alexander II". Sergei Zhuk, "Unmakinig the 'Sacred Landscape' of Orthodox Russia: Religious Pluralism, Identity Crisis, and Religious Politics on the Ukrainian Borderlands of the late Russian Empire". Cathy A. Frierson, "Filling in the Map for Vologda's Post-Soviet Identity". Lisa A, Kirschenbaum, "Place, Memory and the Politics of Identity: Historical Buildings and Street Names in Leningrad-St. Petersburg".

Publisher: Northern Illinois University Press
ISBN: 9780875804248
Number of pages: 220
Weight: 666 g
Dimensions: 250 x 150 x 15 mm


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"Rarely in the 21st century will a 'new' character from the 19th century be offered to students of Wild West history, but Mark Dugan's presentation of Frank Rande is one of those welcome rarities. This is a fascinating accounting of the life of a promising young man turning from a potential career in the fields of education or religion to outright degradation and criminality."--Roy B. Young, Editor of the Journal of the Wild West History Association
Rarely in the 21st century will a new character from the 19th century be offered to students of Wild West history, but Mark Dugan s presentation of Frank Rande is one of those welcome rarities. This is a fascinating accounting of the life of a promising young man turning from a potential career in the fields of education or religion to outright degradation and criminality. Roy B. Young, Editor of the Journal of the Wild West History Association"

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