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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: True History, Gambling, Vissarion Belinsky

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After napoleonic wars, the russians (elites/intellectuals) begin to question - what is. Russia, what is russian identity/nationality, what does it mean
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST245 Lecture 11: Lecture 11 outline

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In turn spurned his successor to introduce far reaching domestic revisions. Crimean war shook up russian domestic policy, wasn"t just war, but caused m
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Tsarist Autocracy, Mensheviks, Pyotr Stolypin

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26 Feb 2016
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I. 1905: war with japan, liberalism in russian context could of, and should of, been moderate middle between extremes of russian society reactionary of
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture 6: HIST 245 - Week 3.1

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23 Oct 2017
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1762, june 28 - catherine takes power in an early morning coup and has a quick coronation in. She plans an elaborate coronation in moscow (symbolic of
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Reign Of Terror, President Head, Decembrist Revolt

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23 Oct 2017
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One of the major consequences from russia entering paris was revolution. Alexander saw it as his god given duty to preserve religion and autocracy, whe
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ivan Vi Of Russia, Scientific Method, Montesquieu

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26 Feb 2016
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The return of dynastic politics: context of how catherine came to power: way she did, determined the course she took once she became into power. Way wo
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Autocracy, Okhrana, Mikhail Katkov

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26 Feb 2016
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Introduction: last week, position that held a lot of popularity, literary influence in terrorism. Easiest is to crack down, minority of people, if impr
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Scientific Revolution, Antis, Sergei Bulgakov

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26 Feb 2016
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Should have been people argued for more modern reofmr, preserving some instituions of old russian regime but moving forward into new fashion in new mod
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lemonade, Ultraist Movement, Ivan Turgenev

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26 Feb 2016
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Polarization of russian society occurred instantly after emancipation: split into 2 camps, new generation of activists that take slavophile and western
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST245 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 outline

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26 Feb 2016
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Paris Hilton, Sergey Uvarov, Montesquieu

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26 Feb 2016
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Introduction: comes to power in wake of revolution, learns appropriate lessons and thinks only way forward for russia is to stop things where they are.
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QUEEN'SHIST 245Ana SiljakFall

HIST 245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sergey Uvarov, Autocracy, Westernization

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23 Oct 2017
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One must obey and keep one"s thoughts to oneself . Like his father and grandfather, he had a love of everything military - especially obedience and saw
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