Russia in motion : cultures of human mobility since 1850 / edited by John Randolph and Eugene M. Avrutin.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2012], ©2012.
Description
287 pages ; 24 cm.

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Editor
Series
Studies of world migrations [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Part I. Governing Mobility: Preface / Charles Steinwedel; 1. Human mobility, imperial governance, and political conflict in pre-revolutionary Kiev / Faith Hillis; 2. Frontier urban and imperial dreams: the Chinese Eastern Railroad and the creation of a Russian global city, 1890-1917 / Chia Yin Hsu; 3. The origins of Soviet internal-migration policy: industrialization and the 1930s rural exodus / Gijs Kessler; 4. Migration controls in Soviet and post-Soviet Moscow: from "closed city" to "illegal city" / Matthew Light
  • Part II. Social Horizons: Preface / Willard Sunderland; 5. Odessa as a hajj hub, 1880s-1910s / Eileen Kane; 6. Russians as colonists at the empire's Asian borders: optimistic prognoses and pessimistic assessments / Anatolii Remnev; 7. Druzhba narodov or second class citizenship?: Soviet Asian migrants in a post-colonial world / Jeff Sahadeo; 8. "Job wanted! (no) relocation, please!": barriers to geographical mobility in post-Soviet Russia / Elena Tyuryukanova
  • Part III. Model Mobility: Preface / Anne Lounsbery; 9. The making of passengers in the Russian empire : coach-transport companies, guidebooks, and national identity in Russia, 1820-1860 / Alexandra Bekasova; 10. "This new means of transportation will make unstable people even more unstable": railways and geographical mobility in tsarist Russia / Frithjof Benjamin Schenk; 11. Pleasure travel in the passport state / Diane P. Koenker; 12. Citizenship and human mobility: disability and the "etalization" of Soviet and post-Soviet space / Sarah D. Phillips.
ISBN
  • 9780252037030 (hardcover : alkaline paper)
  • 0252037030 (hardcover : alkaline paper)
LCCN
2011045146
OCLC
759772077
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