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Table of Contents

When Local Becomes Global: Agencies and Subjectivities in Imperial Context<

Глобализация локального: действующие силы и субъекты в имперском контексте

Методология и теория / Methodology and Theory

From the Editors: The Global Condition: When Local Becomes Global

pp. 9-14
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От редакции: Глобализация локального: Универсальная ситуация

pp. 15-22
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“Global History Is More than the History of Globalization”: Interview with Sebastian Conrad*

pp. 23-43
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История / History

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Subjecthood and Belonging to the Polity in the Russian and Ottoman Empires
Подданство и принадлежность к государству в Российской и Османской империях

Citizenship, Subjecthood, and Difference in the Late Ottoman and Russian Empires

pp. 45-58
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The Millet System and the Challenge of Other Confessional Models, 1856–1865

pp. 59-85
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Between Foreigners and Subjects: Imperial Subjecthood, Governance, and the Chinese in the Russian Far East, 1860s–1880s*

pp. 86-130
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The Muslim “Federalist Debate” in Revolutionary Russia

pp. 131-162
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From the “Ottoman Nation” to “Hyphenated Ottomans”: Reflections on the Multicultural Imperial Citizenship at the End of Empire

pp. 163-181
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Архив / Archive

Becoming a Soviet Plebeian Subject: The Story of Mark Miller Narrated by Himself

pp. 183-210
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Recollections: Part I

pp. 211-261
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Социология, антропология, политология / Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science

Place, Borderland and Elective Affinities: Contemporary Polish Identity in Post-1945 Lviv, between “Minority” and “Subculture”*

pp. 263-292
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Новейшие мифологии / Newest Mythologies

За границами двух империй: Русская метис-ность во Внешней Монголии ХХ века*

pp. 297-322
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Историография / Historiography

ЭТАП ПРОЙДЕН? 1937 ГОД В ИСТОРИИ РОССИИ: РЕТРОСПЕКТИВНЫЕ РАЗМЫШЛЕНИЯ

pp. 323-356
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“Барометр или маяк”: Памяти профессора Труде Маурер (1955–2017)

pp. 357-362
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Рецензии / Book Reviews

Lemberg, Lwów, L’viv, 1914–1947: Violence and Ethnicity in a Contested City by Christoph Mick (review)

pp. 363-367
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Painting Imperialism and Nationalism Red: The Ukrainian Marxist Critique of Russian Communist Rule in Ukraine, 1918−1925 by Stephen Velychenko (review)

pp. 367-373
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Faces of Displacement: The Writings of Volodymyr Vynnychenko by Mykola Soroka (review)

pp. 374-377
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Історії для домашнього вжитку. Есеї про польсько-російсько-український трикутник пам’яті by Андрiй Портнов (review)

pp. 377-389
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Arts and the Nation: The Role of Visual Arts and Artists in the Making of the Latvian Identity 1905–1940 by Suzanne Pourchier-Plasseraud (review)

pp. 389-393
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Anarchist Modernity: Cooperatism and Japanese-Russian Intellectual Relations in Modern Japan by Sho Konishi (review)

pp. 394-401
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The “Rus-sian” Civil Wars, 1916–1926: Ten Years That Shook the World by Jonathan D. Smele (review)

pp. 402-406
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Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History (review)

pp. 407-416
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Religion in Secular Archives: Soviet Atheism and Historical Knowledge by Sonja Luehrmann (review)

pp. 417-433
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From Poets to Padonki: Linguistic Authority and Norm Negotiation in Modern Russian Culture eds. by Ingunn Lunde and Martin Paulsen (review)

pp. 434-440
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Язык вражды против обще-ства: сб. статей / сост.: А. Верхов-ский (review)

pp. 440-446
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List of Contributors

pp. 447-449
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Наши авторы

pp. 450-452
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