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Author Miller, A. I. (Alekseĭ I.)

Title The Ukrainian question : the Russian Empire and nationalism in the nineteenth century / Alexei Miller ; translated by Olga Poato
Published Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2003
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Description 1 online resource (x, 295 pages)
Contents Introduction: Theoretical principles of nationalism studies important for this book -- Comparative-historical context -- The 'all Russian nation" project -- On terminology. Russia and Ukrainophilism in the first half of the nineteenth century -- The first years of Alexander II's reign and latent Ukrainophilism -- The advancement of Ukrainophilism in the 1860s, Osnova and the Russian press -- The Imperial authorities and Ukrainophilism, 1862-1863. The genesis of the Valuev Circular -- The Valuev Circular in government structures and public opinion -- Government policy after the Valuev Circular -- Strengthening the Russian assimilation potential in the western borderland -- The Kiev period of Ukrainophilism (1872-1876) -- The Ems Edict -- The "execution" of the Ems Edict -- The consequences of the Ems Edict -- The subsidy for Slovo. Galician Rusyns in the policy of St. Petersburg -- The 1880-1881 crisis of power and the attempt to abolish the Ems Edict
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-287) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Nationalism -- Russia -- History.
Russia -- Politics and government -- 1855-1881.
Russia -- Relations -- Ukraine.
Ukraine -- History -- 1775-1917.
Ukraine -- Relations -- Russia.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0585465401 (electronic bk.)
6155211183 (electronic bk.)
9780585465401 (electronic bk.)
9786155211188 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles "Ukrainskiĭ vopros" v politike vlasteĭ i russkom obshchestvennom mnenii (vtorai͡a polovina XIX v.). English
Russian Empire and nationalism in the nineteenth century