THE JOURNAL OF REGIONAL HISTORY V.1 No.1
‘Borders and frontiers in the history of Russian South’ (the materials of all-Ru...
THE JOURNAL OF REGIONAL HISTORY V.1 No.1

‘Borders and frontiers in the history of Russian South’ (the materials of all-Russian scholarly conference, Rostov-on-Don, publishing house of Southern Federal University, 26–27 September 2014)

Authors:
Dronov Aleksandr
DOI:
10.23859/2587-8352-2017-1-1-7
Full text:
This review is devoted to the collection of articles ‘Borders and frontiers in the history of Russian South’, which included articles covering, to various extent, problems within the framework of the interdisciplinary approach towards borders and frontiers, known in Russia as the science of limology. The review discusses advantages and disadvantages of the collection compilation, covers the articles themselves, based on their scientific relevance and authors' specialization, as well as reviews on the topic of Austrian military frontier as a specific example for historical comparativistics.
Dronov Aleksandr
PhD student, Junior Research Fellow
The Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Moscow, Russian Federation
dronov938@rambler.ru
1. Anchabadze Y.D. Review on: Borders and frontier in the history of Russian South (the materials of the all-Russian scientific conference, Rostov-on-Don: Publishing House of Southern Federal University, 26–27 September 2014).  Etnograficheskoe Obozrenie, no. 3, pp. 180–183. (In Russian)
2. Borders and frontier in the history of Russian South (the materials of the all-Russian scientific conference, Rostov-on-Don, 26–27 September 2014). Rostov-on-Don, 2014. (In Russian)
Keywords:
frontier, borders, borderzone, limology, historical geography, history of Russian South, one's own – another's, cultural memory, Cossacks
For citation:
Dronov A. ‘Borders and frontiers in the history of Russian South’ (the materials of all-Russian scholarly conference, Rostov-on-Don, publishing house of Southern Federal University, 26–27 September 2014). Historia provinciae – the journal of regional history, 2017, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 96–103. DOI: 10.23859/2587-8352-2017-1-1-7  

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