More than a decade after the breakdown of the Soviet Empire and the reunification of Europe historiographies and historical concepts still are very much apart. Though contacts became closer and Russian historians joined their Polish colleagues in the effort to take up western discussions and methodologies, there have been no common efforts yet for joint interpretations and no attempts to reach a common understanding of central notions and concepts. Exploring key concepts and different meanings in Western and East-European/Russian history, this volume offers an important contribution to such a comparative venture.Third, The Russian Revolution followed an analogous but weakened version of this path. ... Essays on French Political Culture in the Eighteenth Century, ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1990); Richard Stites, Revolutionary Dreams:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Historical Concepts Between Eastern and Western Europe|
|Publisher||:||Berghahn Books - 2007-01-01|