Social Identities in Revolutionary Russia

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Palgrave, 2001 - History - 246 pages
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This volume explores the crisis of identity that faced Russia during and after the Revolution. The essays discuss how a re-evaluation of national identity challenged traditional institutions and ideas, having a direct bearing upon personal identity. Topics include the Stolypin agrarian reform, the fracturing of the Intelligentsia and Church reform. Also included in this volume is Khlebinkov's manifesto An Indo-Russian Union, published here in Russian with a new English translation.

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MADHAVAN K. PALAT is Professor of Russian and European History at the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has published on the bureaucracy and working class in tsarist Russia, Russian colonialism in Central Asia and on current Russian politics. His most recent publication is Ideological Choices in Post-Soviet Russia.

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