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A history of Ukraine : the land and its peoples / Paul Robert Magocsi.

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    "First published in 1996, A History of Ukraine quickly became the authoritative account of the evolution of Europe's second largest country. In this fully revised and expanded second edition, Paul Robert Magocsi examines recent developments in the country's history and uses new scholarship in order to expand our conception of the Ukrainian historical narrative.

    New chapters deal with the Crimean Khanate in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and new research on the pre-historic Trypillians, the Italians of the Crimea and the Black Death, the Karaites, Ottoman and Crimean slavery, Soviet-era ethnic cleansing, and the Orange Revolution is incorporated. Magocsi has also thoroughly updated the many maps that appear throughout.

    Maintaining his depiction of the multicultural reality of past and present Ukraine, Magocsi has added new information on Ukraine's peoples and discusses Ukraine's diasporas. Comprehensive, innovative, and geared towards teaching, the second edition of A History of Ukraine is ideal for both teachers and students."--pub. desc.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Magocsi, Paul R.
    Published
    Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, 2010
    Locale
    Ukraine
    Edition
    2nd, rev. and expanded ed
    Contents
    1 Ukraine's Geographic and Ethnolinguistic Setting
    2 Historical Perceptions
    3 The Steppe Hinterland and the Black Sea Cities
    4 The Slavs and the Khazars
    5 The Rise of Kievan Rus'
    6 Political Consolidation and Disintegration
    7 Socioeconomic and Cultural Developments
    8 The Mongols and the Transformation of Rus' Political Life
    9 Galicia-Volhynia
    10 Lithuania and the Union with Poland
    11 Socioeconomic Developments
    12 The Orthodox Cultural Revival
    13 Reformation, Counter Reformation, and the Union of Brest
    14 The Tatars and the Crimean Khanate
    15 The Cossacks and Ukraine
    16 Khmel'nyts'kyi and the Uprising of 1648
    17 Muscovy and the Agreement of Pereiaslav
    18 The Period of Ruin
    19 The Structure of the Cossack State
    20 Mazepa and the Great Northern War
    21 Socioeconomic and Cultural Developments in the Cossack State
    22 Ukraine's Autonomy and the Russian Empire
    23 Socioeconomic Developments
    24 Religious and Cultural Developments
    25 The Right Bank and Western Ukraine
    26 Administrative and Political Developments in Dnieper Ukraine
    27 Socioeconomic Developments in Dnieper Ukraine
    28 The Peoples of Dnieper Ukraine 29 The Ukrainian National Awakening in Dnieper Ukraine before the 1860s
    30 The Ukrainian National Movement in Dnieper Ukraine after the Era of Reforms
    31 The Administrative and Social Structure of Ukrainian Lands in the Austrian Empire before 1848
    32 The Ukrainian National Awakening in the Austrian Empire before 1848
    33 The Revolution of 1848
    34 The Administrative and Socioeconomic Structure of Ukrainian Lands in the Austrian Empire, 1849- 1914
    35 The Ukrainian National Movement in Austria-Hungary, 1849-1914
    36 World War I and Western Ukraine
    37 Revolutions in the Russian Empire
    38 The Period of the Hetmanate
    39 The Directory, Civil War, and the Bolsheviks
    40 The revolutionary era and Dnieper Ukraine's other peoples
    41 The West Ukrainian National Republic
    42 The Postwar Treaties and the Reconfiguration of Ukrainian Lands
    43 Soviet Ukraine: The Struggle for Autonomy
    44 Soviet Ukraine: Economic, Political, and Cultural Integration
    45 Other Peoples in Soviet Ukraine ; The Moldavian S.S.R. and the Moldovans in Soviet Ukraine ; Nationality administration in the Soviet Union ; The Russians ; The Jews ; The Poles ; The Germans ; The Crimean Tatars ; The Greeks ; The Bulgarians
    46 Ukrainian Lands in Interwar Poland
    47 Ukrainian Lands in Interwar Romania and Czechoslovakia
    48 The Coming of World War II
    49 World War II and Nazi German Rule
    50 Postwar Soviet Ukraine until the Death of Stalin
    51 Post-Stalinist Soviet Ukraine ; Ukraine under Khrushchev
    52 From Devolution yo Independence ; The Gorbachev revolution
    53 Independent Ukraine
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    1 Ukraine's Geographic and Ethnolinguistic Setting -- 2 Historical Perceptions -- 3 The Steppe Hinterland and the Black Sea Cities -- 4 The Slavs and the Khazars -- 5 The Rise of Kievan Rus' -- 6 Political Consolidation and Disintegration -- 7 Socioeconomic and Cultural Developments -- 8 The Mongols and the Transformation of Rus' Political Life -- 9 Galicia-Volhynia -- 10 Lithuania and the Union with Poland -- 11 Socioeconomic Developments -- 12 The Orthodox Cultural Revival -- 13 Reformation, Counter Reformation, and the Union of Brest -- 14 The Tatars and the Crimean Khanate -- 15 The Cossacks and Ukraine -- 16 Khmel'nyts'kyi and the Uprising of 1648 -- 17 Muscovy and the Agreement of Pereiaslav -- 18 The Period of Ruin -- 19 The Structure of the Cossack State -- 20 Mazepa and the Great Northern War -- 21 Socioeconomic and Cultural Developments in the Cossack State -- 22 Ukraine's Autonomy and the Russian Empire -- 23 Socioeconomic Developments -- 24 Religious and Cultural Developments -- 25 The Right Bank and Western Ukraine -- 26 Administrative and Political Developments in Dnieper Ukraine -- 27 Socioeconomic Developments in Dnieper Ukraine -- 28 The Peoples of Dnieper Ukraine
    29 The Ukrainian National Awakening in Dnieper Ukraine before the 1860s -- 30 The Ukrainian National Movement in Dnieper Ukraine after the Era of Reforms -- 31 The Administrative and Social Structure of Ukrainian Lands in the Austrian Empire before 1848 -- 32 The Ukrainian National Awakening in the Austrian Empire before 1848 -- 33 The Revolution of 1848 -- 34 The Administrative and Socioeconomic Structure of Ukrainian Lands in the Austrian Empire, 1849- 1914 -- 35 The Ukrainian National Movement in Austria-Hungary, 1849-1914 -- 36 World War I and Western Ukraine -- 37 Revolutions in the Russian Empire -- 38 The Period of the Hetmanate -- 39 The Directory, Civil War, and the Bolsheviks -- 40 The revolutionary era and Dnieper Ukraine's other peoples -- 41 The West Ukrainian National Republic -- 42 The Postwar Treaties and the Reconfiguration of Ukrainian Lands -- 43 Soviet Ukraine: The Struggle for Autonomy -- 44 Soviet Ukraine: Economic, Political, and Cultural Integration -- 45 Other Peoples in Soviet Ukraine ; The Moldavian S.S.R. and the Moldovans in Soviet Ukraine ; Nationality administration in the Soviet Union ; The Russians ; The Jews ; The Poles ; The Germans ; The Crimean Tatars ; The Greeks ; The Bulgarians -- 46 Ukrainian Lands in Interwar Poland -- 47 Ukrainian Lands in Interwar Romania and Czechoslovakia -- 48 The Coming of World War II -- 49 World War II and Nazi German Rule -- 50 Postwar Soviet Ukraine until the Death of Stalin -- 51 Post-Stalinist Soviet Ukraine ; Ukraine under Khrushchev -- 52 From Devolution yo Independence ; The Gorbachev revolution -- 53 Independent Ukraine

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781442640856
    1442640855 (bound)
    9781442610217 (pbk.)
    1442610212 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xxvii, 894 p. : maps ; 25 cm.

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