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|Title:||Abkhaz history of the XIX – Early XX century in bibliographic indexes: Experience of historiographic reconstruction|
|Other Titles:||Абхазская история XIX – начала XX столетий в библиографических указателях: опыт историографической реконструкции|
|Authors:||Kolesnikova, M. E.|
Колесникова, М. Е.
Shafranova, O. I.
Шафранова, О. И.
|Publisher:||International Network Center for Fundamental and Applied Research|
|Citation:||Kolesnikova, M.E., Shafranova, O.I. Abkhaz history of the XIX – Early XX century in bibliographic indexes: Experience of historiographic reconstruction // Bylye Gody. - 2020. - Volume 58. - Issue 4. - Pages 2661-2670|
|Series/Report no.:||Bylye Gody|
|Abstract:||The consistent formation of an adequate understanding of the problem posed presupposes a purposeful study of the previous historiographic tradition, including differentiated asynchronous narratives. A meaningful analysis of the author's concepts is based on the structural composition created by the initial list of involved works. Purposeful study of bibliographic indexes created in the previous period and characterizing the socio-economic, political and cultural development of Abkhazia in the 19th – early 20th centuries, allows us to highlight significant research trends that remain relevant in new conditions. Genetic reconstruction of problematic bibliography makes it possible to correct the initial ideas about the objective prospects for further analysis of the selected problematics, to expand the complex understanding of value judgments that deserve a discussion review. Within the framework of the presented article, the authors consider pre-revolutionary bibliographic indexes dedicated to the general Caucasian problems and formed by S.L. Avaliani, E.G. Weidenbaum, A.L. Gisetti, B.M. Gorodetsky, K.A. Kompansky, E.D. Felitsyn. Special attention was paid to the generalizing works of Russian bibliography, which characterize the research interest in ethnographic literature, Orthodox monasteries and the customary law of Russian foreigners. With regard to the Soviet period, special attention was paid to bibliographic indexes embedded in scientific works as a structural element. Certain results of the analysis are summarized in the framework of a comprehensive description of modern publications directly devoted to differentiated bibliography, covering the Abkhaz history of the 19th – early 20th centuries|
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