By Andrew Robarts

Drawing upon Ottoman, Russian, and Bulgarian archival assets, this e-book explores the nexus among the surroundings, epidemic disorder, human mobility, and the centralizing tasks of the Ottoman and Russian states within the overdue 18th and early nineteenth centuries.

As a part of a broader dialogue on Ottoman-Russian international relations, this booklet re-conceptualizes Ottoman-Russian kin within the Black Sea area within the 18th and nineteenth centuries. in accordance with major raises in human mobility and the unfold of epidemic illnesses, Ottoman and Russian officers – on the imperial, provincial, and native degrees – communicated approximately and coordinated their efforts to control migratory activities and money the unfold of sickness within the Black Sea area. through targeting the cost of migrants and refugees alongside the peripheries of the Ottoman and Russian Empires and by means of foregrounding the function of neighborhood and municipal-level kingdom professionals within the administration of migration, Migration and sickness within the Black Sea Region contributes to the constructing box of provincial experiences in Ottoman and Russian heritage. this is often a major e-book for somebody drawn to comparative imperial heritage, migration, diaspora formation and the unfold of epidemic diseases.

Show description

Read or Download Migration and Disease in the Black Sea Region: Ottoman-Russian Relations in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries PDF

Similar russian history books

Get The Caucasus Under Soviet Rule (Routledge Studies in the PDF

The Caucasus is a strategically and economically very important area in modern worldwide affairs. Western curiosity within the Caucasus has grown quickly considering the fact that 1991, fuelled by way of the admixture of oil politics, nice strength contention, ethnic separatism and terrorism that characterizes the zone. even if, in the past there was little realizing of the way those matters got here to imagine the significance they've got at the present time.

The Macedonians: Their Past and Present by E. Damianopoulos PDF

Overturning the twentieth century's commonplace view of the Macedonians, Damianopoulos makes use of 3 domain names of facts - old documentation, cognitive self-descriptor reviews, and sociocultural gains - to illustrate that the Macedonians are a distinct, non-Slav, non-Greek, ethnic identity.

Download e-book for iPad: The History of Russia (The Greenwood Histories of the Modern by Charles E. Ziegler

This engagingly written brief historical past of Russia offers readers with a transparent knowing of Russia's lengthy and intricate historical past throughout the occasions of 1998. it's the most recent historical past on hand. From its beginnings, during the centuries-long reign of the tsars, the Communist revolution, the years less than Stalin, the ascent of Gorbachev and the cave in of Communism, and the commercial morass within which Russia unearths itself this present day, this account may help the reader to place the tumultuous background that's Russia into point of view.

William Jay Risch,Jonathyne Briggs,Kate Gerrard,Sandor's Youth and Rock in the Soviet Bloc: Youth Cultures, Music, PDF

Adolescence and Rock within the Soviet Bloc explores the increase of teen as shoppers of pop culture and the globalization of renowned track in Russia and japanese Europe. This number of essays demanding situations assumptions that Communist leaders and Western-influenced early life cultures have been inimically antagonistic to each other.

Additional info for Migration and Disease in the Black Sea Region: Ottoman-Russian Relations in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries

Sample text

Download PDF sample

Migration and Disease in the Black Sea Region: Ottoman-Russian Relations in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries by Andrew Robarts

by Michael

Rated 4.57 of 5 – based on 21 votes