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|Title:||Center and Province: a Model of Interaction with National Suburbs in the Russian Empire (Late XVIII - XX Centuries)|
|Authors:||Nevskaya, T. A.|
Невская, Т. А.
|Keywords:||Imperial state structures;Reforms;Province;Frontier;Land question;Border-contact zone;Military-public administration system;North Caucasus|
|Publisher:||SOUTH-WEST UNIV NEOFIT RILSKI|
|Citation:||Kondrasheva, A. ; Nevskaya, T. Center and Province: a Model of Interaction with National Suburbs in the Russian Empire (Late XVIII - XX Centuries) // BALKANISTIC FORUM. - 2019. - Том: 2. - Стр.: 60-75|
|Series/Report no.:||Balkanistic Forum|
|Abstract:||The article discusses developments in the interaction between the imperial state structures with the peoples and political entities of the North Caucasus in the late 18th and 20th centuries, in the context of the concept of a "frontier." It is concluded that modern Russian historiography views this not as a "conflict of civilizations", but as a sphere of interaction and mutual influence of various cultural complexes (border-contact zone)|
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