1. From the Editors: Blinded by the Past
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  1. От редакции: Ослепленные прошлым
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  1. Otamanshchyna?: The Self-Formation of Ukrainian and Russian Warlords at the Beginning of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
  2. Christopher Gilley
  3. pp. 73-95
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  1. National Heroes for a New Ukraine: Merging the Vocabularies of the Diaspora, Revolution, and Mass Culture
  2. Serhy Yekelchyk
  3. pp. 97-123
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  1. Возвращение домой: Семейные и миграционные сценарии в Узбекистане
  2. Сергей Абашин
  3. pp. 125-165
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  1. Turks across Empires: Marketing Muslim Identity in the Russian-Ottoman Borderlands, 1856−1914 by James H. Meyer (review)
  2. Игорь Алексеев
  3. pp. 330-335
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  1. The Bolsheviks and the Russian Empire by Liliana Riga (review)
  2. Ilya Gerasimov
  3. pp. 336-351
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  1. Russisch Grün: Eine Kulturpoetik des Gartens im Russland des langen 18. Jahrhunderts by Anna Ananieva (review)
  2. Андрей Лазарев
  3. pp. 352-357
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  1. Twenty Years after Communism: The Politics of Memory and Commemoration ed. by Michael Bernhard and Jan Kubik (review)
  2. Nari Shelekpayev
  3. pp. 368-375
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  1. Наши Aвторы
  2. pp. 392-393
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  1. Имперская ситуация: Cубъектность и свобода действия в имперском пространстве
  2. pp. 396-398
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  1. Situating in Empire: Agencies and Subjectivities in Imperial Spaces
  2. pp. 399-401
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 394-395
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