HIS439H1: Russia's Empire


The collapse of the Soviet Union along national lines brought about a renewed interest in the non- Russian parts of the Imperial Russian state. This so-called “imperial turn” has altered the ways that we think about Tsarist Russian rule. In this course we address different approaches to the study of Empire as reflected in the Russian case from its origins in the sixteenth century until the collapse of the Tsarist state — but not precisely of its empire — in 1917.

HIS325H1, HIS351H1. Students who do not meet the prerequisites are encouraged to contact the Department.
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