3 edition of Moscow and the West [by] S.F. Platonov. found in the catalog.
Moscow and the West [by] S.F. Platonov.
Sergei Fedorovich Platonov
|Series||Russian series, v. 9|
|LC Classifications||DK67 P5513|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||171|
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Platonov Boris Godunov Platonov S F Jan 1, by Platonov Sergey Fedorovich Hardcover. $ $ 59 More Buying Choices Moscow and the West (Russian series) Jan 1, by S. F Platonov Hardcover. $ $ More Information. The time of troubles; a historical study of the internal crises and social struggle in sixteenth- and seventeenth-Century Muscovy by S.
F Platonov (Book) 35 editions published between and in 4 languages and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Professor Sergei Fedorovich Platonov, the grandson of a serf and the son of a city workman, was born in Chernigov in When he was quite small the family moved to the capital and Sergei had the opportunity to attend the public schools and the University of St.
Petersburg. Sergey Fyodorovich Platonov (Russian: Серге́й Фёдорович Плато́нов) (28 June [16 June, Old Style], – 10 January ) was a Russian historian who led the official St Petersburg school of imperial historiography before and after the Russian Revolution.
Life and career. Platonov was born in Chernigov and attended a private gymnasium in St. Petersburg until Moscow and the West, (), Hattiesburg, Academic International. Boris Godunov, Tsar of Russia, () with an introductory essay, ",". Gulf Breeze, Florida, Academic International Press (includes 'S.F.
Platonov: Eminence and Obscurity' an introductory essay by John T. Alexander. Platonov, The Time of Troubles: A Historical Study of the Internal Crisis and Social Struggle in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Muscovy, Translated by John.
Boris Fyodorovich Godunov Czar of Russia ( or ), Peter I Emperor of Russia (), Ivan IV the Terrible, Czar of Russia (), Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin (), Boris Godunov Tsar of Russia ( or ), House of Romanov, Ivan IV Czar of Russia (), Ivan IV Tsar of Russia (), S. Platonov. Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
Author: Platonov, S. (Sergei Fedorovich), ; Format: Book; p. ; 22 cm. Sergei Feodorovich Platonov's Time of Troubles is a classic study of the yearsa turbulent and decisive period in Russian history.
Available for the first time in English, this work will be a valuable tool for students of the medieval as well as modern : University Press of Kansas. The Russians and Their Church * Contents v Introduction- Russians—strangers to the West i.
Mikhail Lomonosov, Panegyric to the Sovereign Emperor Peter the Great , Chronological Abridgement of the Russian History  (below) Mikhail Shcherbatov, 'Petition of the City of Moscow on Being Relegated Moscow and the West [by] S.F.
Platonov. book Oblivion'; The pace of Russia's Modernization [nd]; On the Corruption of Morals in Russia (below) Voltaire, Histoire de l'Empire de. Since Russia has re-emerged as a global power, its foreign policies have come under close scrutiny.
In Russia and the West from Alexander to Putin, Andrei P. Tsygankov identifies honor as the key concept by which Russia's international relations are by: Wall map of history of territorial expansion of the Russian Empire (European portion) in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Relief shown by hachures. Also covers Baltic States, Poland-Lithuania, and Moldavia. Title from head of map legend. Prime meridian: Ferro. Gift: The Librarian Dr. James F. Billington; January Purchase price on recto of portfolio: T︠S︡i︠e︡na karty s atlasom. A century later, V. Kliuchevskii and S.
Platonov popularized the idea of the Time of Troubles as a social struggle linked to serfdom. Platonov's views were especially influential in the development of Soviet scholarship on the topic.
See V. Tatishchev, Istoriia rossiiskaia. 1 vols. (Moscow-Leningrad: Nauka, ), ; V. O Cited by: 5. Description: The Russian Review is a multi-disciplinary academic journal devoted to the history, literature, culture, fine arts, cinema, society, and politics of the peoples of the former Russian Empire and former Soviet Union.
Each issue features original research articles by established and upcoming scholars, as well as reviews of an extensive range of new publications. S.F. Platonov, trans. J.T. Alexander, The Time of Troubles: A Historical Study of the Internal Crisis and Social Struggle in Sixteenth— and Seventeenth-Century Muscovy (Lawrence, Kansas, ).
Google ScholarAuthor: Paul Dukes. by S. Platonov (Moscow and the West, and Ivan the Terrible, ) and is the author of articles in The Russian Review and other professional journals. MARC SLONIM, author and literary scholar, is a Member Emeritus of Sarah Law-rence College Literature Faculty.
His reports on the literary scene in Europe appear in the New York Times Book. The distinguished medievalist Ia.S. Lur’e has identified the publication of Kostylev’s article as the beginning of the radical new assessment of Ivan in Soviet historiography: Ia.S. Lur’e and Iu.D. Rykov (eds), Perepiska Ivana Groznogo s Andreem Kurbskim, Leningrad,pp.
–Russian scholars have not, however, drawn attention to the fact that the launch of this Cited by: 5. The Vatican acted similarly, keeping its distance officially but expressing its “sympathy for the unhappy tsarevich,” thus essentially blessing the Polish plan [S.
Platonov, Lektsii po russkoi istorii (Moscow: Vysshaya shkola), p. (first published in by Petergof’s Senatskaya tipografiya publisher)]. With the wink of Sigismund. orthodox East.” Even academy member S. Platonov gives a generalizing judgment about the phenomenon: “The movement of judaizing no doubt contained elements of the West European rationalism The heresy was condemned; its advocates had to suffer, but the attitude of critique and skepticism produced by them over against dogma and church order.
Platonov, and even more Kornilov, are much more in the West-European tradition of historiography. The astonishing thing about Sir Bernard’s book is its almost loving sympathy of treatment.
He makes quite clear that Ivan the Terrible—or John the Dread, as he prefers to call him—depended for his power on the middle class, like his brother. The Consequences of Mongolian Invasion.: By the conqueror's right the Golden Horde's khan Batyi forced princes of Russian lands to acknowledge his supreme power (suzerainty).
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Germogen Born before ; died Feb. 17,in Moscow. Russian church leader and political figure; patriarch from to Took monastic vows in ; became archimandrite of the Spaso-Preobrazhenskii Monastery in Kazan and metropolitan of Kazan in Germogen was an active promoter of the policy of forcible conversion to Christianity of non.
The author examines the use by V. Kliuchevskii, S. Platonov and Ivan Solonevich of the adjectives natsional'naia, narodnaia and demokraticheskaia to describe the Muscovite monarchy. HIEU Formation of the Russian Empire from to (winter ) This is an upper-division lecture/discussion survey course on the history of medieval and imperial Russia, from the foundation of Kievan Rus’ to the twilight of the Tsarist empire.
Sir Fitzroy Maclean, distinguished diplomat and politician, is one of the great connoisseurs of the Soviet Union. In this book the author presents his own account of the Soviet Union, including its history, its contrasts and contradictions, its changing face and future prospects, with particular emphasis on the many different nationalities.
Istoriia mestnichestva v Moskovskom gosudarstve v XV-XVII vv. (Odessa: Tipografi ia " Odesskogo Vestnika ) and, more recently, Nancy ) S.F. Platonov Moskovskoe pravitel'stvo pri pervykh Author: Peter Bowman Brown.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This book review achieved a mid in the first year of my undergraduate. Book Review on The Military History of Tsarist Russia, F.W.
Kagan and R. Higham (eds.), (New York & Basingstoke, ). The Military History of Tsarist Russia contains in-depth looks at the campaigns and the development of the Russian (originally Muscovite) army from and. Imperatorskoĭ akademīi nauk, ), by S.
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This essay achieved a mid in the first year of my undergraduate. The Impact of the Mongol Invasion on the development of Rus and Muscovy. The Mongols swept through the principalities of Rus inleaving a trail of devastation behind them.
A prominent historian, S. Platonov lectured until at Leningrad University, was in charge of the Archaeological Institute and Pushkinskii Dom; in he was arrested and accused of plotting with Germany for “restoration to the Russian throne. Professional Appointments. Research Assistant, MV Lomonsov Moscow State University, Moscow; Research Associate, Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow; Staff Research Scientist, Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Sciences; Team Leader, Institute of Chemical Physics.
Alexander Zholkovsky. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS. The following list consists of two sections: books (23 items; 22 in print) and articles ( items), the latter comprising two areas: linguistics--Russian, Somali, and general (44 items) and literature--theory and criticism ( items).Various versions of an article are listed together as one item.
Consequence of idealization of the Russian state of that time is, connected in this investigation, treatment of Narodnik worldview as utopian, caused by the unreal willing of intelligence to make much better a hard life of the people in Russia and by the great influence on Russian public thought of the West.
It is noted that the reviewed study for the first time studies in detail the history of the two archaeological congresses in the Crimea, one of which S.F. Platonov was the Chairman, analyses the failure of the joint Russian-German scientific expedition in the Crimea, the initiator of which was S.F.
Platonov. Changing East-West relations and the unity of the West: papers presented May 1 and 2,at the Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research, School of Advanced International Studies, the Johns Hopkins University.
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press. Blake, P. and M. Hayward (). Half-way to the moon: new writing from Russia. Garden City, N.Platonov S.F., (), historian PLATONOV Sergey Fedorovich (), historian, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences ().
He lived in St. Petersburg from A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Litvin, A. L. (Alter L’vovich) Writing history in twentieth-century Russia: a view from within / Alter L. Litvin ; translated and edited by John L.
H. Keep. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.