3-1 October 01, 2016
Column by editor-in-chief
ARTICLES AND STATEMENTS
2. Khoros V.G.
The Historical Optimism of Boris Mironov
3. Mazur L.N.
Analytism against Empiricism: Reflections on the New Book by B.N. Mironov
4. Poberezhnikov I.V.
Russian Imperial Modernization: The General and the Specific
5. Selunskaia N.B.
In Search of the Best Explanation of Russian History
6. Potkina I.V.
The Phenomenon of Russian Modernization: Research Approaches, Problems of Lawful Government, Administration, and Human Capital
7. Kerov V.V.
“It is Necessary to Create a New Suitably Positive Past”: Boris Mironov in Russian Imperial Historiography
8. Artamonova L.M.
Modernization of “Collective Beliefs” and “Cultural Capital” in the Russian Empire: From Enlightened Absolutism to Civil Society
9. Liarskii A.B.
Historical Research of the Russian Modernization: Theoretical and Practical Aspects
10. Veselov Yu.V.
The History and Sociology of Nutrition
11. Morozov A.Yu.
Noble Estate Self-Government in Russia: Between the State and Civil Society
12. Ul’ianova G.N.
Modern Russian Historiography as a Living and Growing Intellectual Body
13. Smirnov Yu.N.
The Modernization Concept as an Integrative Framework for the Methodology of Studying Topical Issues in Russian History
14. Sunderland W.
A Glass Half-Full, Perhaps Three-Quarters: Imperial Questions in Boris Mironov’s “Rossiiskaia Imperiia”
15. Verniaev I.I.
Russian Imperial Principles and Technologies of the Management of Ethno-Confessional Diversity and of the Integration of Traditional Socio-Cultural Systems
16. Shkuratov V.A.
Historical Psychology in Boris Mironov’s “Russian Empire”
17. Worobec C.D.
A Qualified Optimistic Analysis of Imperial Russia
18. Ekshtut S.A.
“The Нuman Comedy” of Boris Mironov
19. Kulikov S.V.
The True Beginning of Post-Soviet Historiography of the History of the Russian Empire
20. Mironov B.N.
Do Russians Need Cliotherapia?
21. Cherkasov A.A.
Essays on Historical Optimism