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“There is no single dominant ideology in the memory culture in Russia today, which is good…”
“There is no single dominant ideology in the memory culture in Russia today, which is good…”

Author(s): Tatˈjana Aleksandrovna Nevskaja
Subject(s): Cultural Essay, Political Essay, Societal Essay
Published by: ЮГОЗАПАДЕН УНИВЕРСИТЕТ »НЕОФИТ РИЛСКИ«

Summary/Abstract: Tatˈjana Aleksandrovna Nevskaja, doctor in history (doktor istoričeskich nauk), works as a professor at the department of History of Russia and the North Caucasus Federal University, Stavropol. In 1977 she graduated from Stavropolˈ State Pedagogical Institute. In course of her doctoral dissertation she researched the historical-ethnographic features of the Slavonic population in the North Caucasus. She became full professor in 1998 with “The Implementation of Stolypin’s reforms in the Northern Caucasus”. She is the author of about 150 researches on the history and culture of the peoples of the North Caucasus in the 19th and 20th century. She is interested in agrarian history, history of the Caucasus region, ethnography of the Caucasian peoples, history of the Cossacks, reforms in the imperial period and the common law of the Slavonic population of the North Caucasus.

  • Issue Year: 2013
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 76-80
  • Page Count: 5
  • Language: English