Journal of Frontier Studies

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Vol 7 No 1 (2022)
Published March 3, 2022
The Imperial Practices of the Frontier Zone

This issue is a collection of materials from a conference held in November 2021 at Astrakhan State University. It was the VI Peter's Readings, entitled by the organizers "Peter the Great and Imperial Practices in the Frontier Space.

This conference was dedicated to a very important event: on October 22, 1721 the Empire was proclaimed in Russia, and Peter the Great became the first Russian emperor. This step was not a mere formality; from that moment Russia entered a new phase in its development. All this was accompanied by various imperial practices.

The conference organizers and participants tried to look at how this empire-building took place, how it realized itself in different aspects. More than 50 people took part in this international conference. Some of the papers of some of these participants were selected for this issue.

Although all of the papers deal with very different aspects of empire, they all answer the question, in one way or another, of how Empire unfolds in time and space, how it produces itself and builds relationships with others.

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Empire on the Move

Ilya V. Toropitsyn (Author)
17-33
“Imperial Habit”: Russia’s Attempt to Gain a Foothold on the Eastern Coast of the Caspian Sea in the Era of Peter the Great
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.367
Abstract views: 85 | PDF Downloads: 82
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Denis V. Rodin (Author)
34-57
The Khivan Campaign of V.A. Perovsky 1839-1840 in the Context of Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Central Asia
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.368
Abstract views: 86 | PDF Downloads: 50
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Dmitry V. Vasilyev (Author)
58-73
Russian Colonialism in Central Asia: to Determine Time and Place
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.369
Abstract views: 76 | PDF Downloads: 62
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Irina B. Bochkareva, Alexey A. Eremin (Author)
74-93
Urbanization Processes in the Steppe Krai and Turkestan (late 19th – early 20th Centuries)
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.370
Abstract views: 76 | PDF Downloads: 45
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Sharafetdin A. Magaramov (Author)
94-109
Russian-Ottoman Border in the East Transcaucasia in the 20s-30s of the 18th century: Problems of Demarcation, Reaction of Frontier Communities
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.371
Abstract views: 53 | PDF Downloads: 34
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Anna S. Manoylenko, Yuriy E. Manoylenko (Author)
110-130
The Socio-Political Movement in the Provinces of the South-Western Region of the Russian Empire after the Suppression of the Polish Uprising of 1830-1831
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.372
Abstract views: 65 | PDF Downloads: 32
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Imperial Practices

Serguey N. Yakushenkov, Alexander Yu. Meshcheryakov (Author)
131-170
Gardens of Empire: Imperial Practices and the Construction of a New Imperial Space
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.373
Abstract views: 91 | PDF Downloads: 69
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Irina L. Dameshek, Alexandr P. Sannikov (Author)
171-189
The Implementation of Peter the Great’s Church Policy in the Eastern Outskirts of the Russian Empire
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.374
Abstract views: 56 | PDF Downloads: 35
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Lev M. Dameshek, Inna N. Mamkina (Author)
190-206
“Special Advantages” of the State Civil Service in Siberia
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.375
Abstract views: 57 | PDF Downloads: 35
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Inna V. Anisimova (Author)
207-228
Imperial Judicial Policy in the Central Asian Suburbs in the second half of the 19th – early 20th centuries: Main Forms, Directions, and Results
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.376
Abstract views: 55 | PDF Downloads: 26
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Maria V. Rygalova (Author)
229-246
The Impact of Modernizing Transformations on the Development of the Education System of the Steppe Region and Turkestan in the 1880s–1910s
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.377
Abstract views: 58 | PDF Downloads: 35
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Andrey S. Ryazhev (Author)
247-264
The Mufti Against the Governor: a Short Confrontation, 1790–1791
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.378
Abstract views: 52 | PDF Downloads: 28
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Gennady V. Bakumenko, Anna G. Luginina (Author)
265-293
Virtualization of the Socio-Cultural Frontier “Tertius Romae”
https://doi.org/10.46539/jfs.v7i1.379
Abstract views: 86 | PDF Downloads: 85
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