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A History of Russia, Central Asia and Mongolia, Volume II: Inner Eurasia from the Mongol Empire to Today, 1260 - 2000

ISBN: 978-0-631-21039-9
704 pages
February 2018, Wiley-Blackwell
A History of Russia, Central Asia and Mongolia, Volume II: Inner Eurasia from the Mongol Empire to Today, 1260 - 2000 (0631210393) cover image

Table of Contents

Series Editor’s Preface

Ch. 00: Preface: The Idea of Inner Eurasia

Chronology: modelled on the chronology of Vol. 1, with separate columns for western, central and eastern Inner Eurasia [crucial to help readers keep track of the blizzard of names and dates]

PART ONE: INNER EURASIA IN THE AGRARIAN ERA: 1260-1850

Ch 01: Inner Eurasia in the late 13th century

Ch 02: 1260-1350: Unraveling and the Building of new Polities

Ch 03: 1350-1500: Central and Eastern Inner Eurasia 

Ch 04: 1350-1500: Western Inner Eurasia

Ch 05: 1500-1600: Pastoralist and Oasis Societies of Inner Eurasia

Ch 06: 1500-1600: Agrarian societies west of the Volga

Ch. 07: 1600-1750: A tipping point: Building a Russian Empire

Ch 08: 1600-1750: A tipping point: Central and Eastern Inner Eurasia between Russia and China

Ch 09: 1750-1850: Evolution and Expansion of the Russian Empire

PART TWO: INNER EURASIA IN THE ERA OF FOSSIL FUELS: 1850-2000

Ch 10: 1850-1914: The Heartland: Continued Expansion and the Shock of Industrialization

Ch 11: 1750-1900: Inner Eurasian Empires, Russian and Chinese

Ch 12: 1914-1921: Unraveling and rebuilding

Ch 13: 1921-30: New Paths to Modernity

Ch 14: 1930-1950: The Stalinist industrialization drive and the test of war 

Ch 15: 1900-1950: Central and Eastern Inner Eurasia

Ch 16: 1950-1991: The Heartland: A plateau, decline and collapse

Ch. 17: 1950-91: Beyond the Heartland: Siberia, Central Asia and Mongolia in the Second Half of the Twentieth century

Ch.18: 1991-2000: Building new states: General Trends and the Russian Federation

Ch 19: 1991-2000: Building new states: Beyond the Heartlands:

Epilogue: After 2000: The End of Inner Eurasia?

Index:

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