Journal of Modern History

"The chapters range broadly in their specific focus, including essays on Russification, language policy, Romanov policy toward Jews, Uvarov’s concepts and practices of “official nationality,” mental maps of Russian nationalism, and an analysis of police memoranda on nationality questions during World War I. Most of his arguments are highly original and provocative. In short, all scholars of nationality and empire in East Europe, Russia, and elsewhere will find much to challenge them in this book."
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Alexei Miller
$75.00 / €65.00 / £60.00