Atlas of the Ethno-Political History of the Caucasus

 
 
Yale University Press
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 10. Juni 2014
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  • 238 Seiten
 
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The Atlas of the Ethno-Political History of the Caucasus is a magnificent collection of fifty-six original maps with commentaries that detail the ethnic, religious, and linguistic makeup of the Caucasus—,the region located between the Black and Caspian Seas that contains Europe’,s highest mountain—,from the eighteenth century to the present. The highly detailed maps and text untangle the exceptionally complicated history of this area, poised between Europe and Asia, which has been marked by ethnic conflicts and changing political borders. The Atlas illuminates the conflicting historical visions of homelands and borders, and provides a comprehensive reference tool for scholars, geographers, and historians.
  • Englisch
  • New Haven
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  • USA
978-0-300-16010-9 (9780300160109)
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  • Cover
  • Contents
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Guide to the Maps
  • 1. The Caucasus: Historical and Geographic Areas and Contemporary Borders
  • 2. 1722-1739: The Imperial Rivalry over the Caucasus Borderlands
  • 3. 1763-1785: The Caucasus around the Time of the Russian Conquests
  • 4. 1774-1783: Ethnolinguistic Map of the Greater Caucasus
  • 5. 1791-1801: The Caucasus Defensive Line from Kizlyar to Taman
  • 6. 1801-1829: Russia's Acquisition of Transcaucasia and the War in the Greater Caucasus
  • 7. 1829-1839: Administrative Makeup of the Early Russian Caucasus
  • 8. 1840-1849: Escalation of the Caucasus War and (Re-)Establishment of the Viceroyalty
  • 9. 1856-1859: Before the Final Storming of the "Caucasus Fortress,"
  • 10. 1860-1864: The End of the War and the Formation of Kuban, Terek, and Daghestan Provinces
  • 11. 1865-1870: Military-Native Government in Highlander Territories
  • 12. 1867-1886: The Ethnolinguistic and Administrative Composition of Daghestan
  • 13. 1871-1881: The Trend toward Civilian Government in the North Caucasus
  • 14. 1881-1888: The Caucasian Periphery of the Emerging Russian Nation
  • 15. 1763-1913: 150 Years of Russian Colonization
  • 16. 1913: The Terek Cossack Host
  • 17. 1763-1918: 155 Years of Non-Russian Colonization
  • 18. 1886-1890: An Ethnolinguistic Map of the Caucasus
  • 19. 1886-1890: A Religious Map of the Caucasus
  • 20. 1913: Land and Ethnicity in Terek Province
  • 21. 1903-1917: Administrative Divisions before the Collapse of the Empire
  • 22. October 1917-May 1918: The Beginning of the Civil War and Foreign Intervention
  • 23. May-November 1918: The Emergence of Independent States in Transcaucasia
  • 24. December 1918-November 1919: Denikin's Dominance in the North Caucasus
  • 25. 1917-1919: The Gorskaya Republic, a Failed Attempt at Independence
  • 26. 1920: The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic and Soviet Russia
  • 27. 1920: Partition of the Republic of Armenia
  • 28. 1921: The End of the Georgian Democratic Republic
  • 29. 1921: Early Administrative Divisions in the Soviet Caucasus
  • 30. 1922-1928: Building a Soviet State out of Multitude of Nations
  • 31. 1926: An Ethnic Map Reflecting the First Soviet Census
  • 32. 1926: Using the Census to Identify Russians and Ukrainians
  • 33. 1929-1934: The Rise and Fall of the "National Principle" in Administrative Divisions
  • 34. 1936-1938: The Constitutional Codification of a Hierarchy among Peoples and Territories
  • 35. 1937-1949: World War II and Ethnic Deportations from the Caucasus
  • 36. 1943-1956: A Selective Purge of the Ethnopolitical Map
  • 37. 1957: The Return of the Deported Peoples and the Restoration of Their Autonomies
  • 38. 1957-1990: Stability and Conflict under "Developed Socialism,"
  • 39. 1989-1991: Overview of the Ethnopolitical Rivalries at the Conclusion of the Soviet Era
  • 40. 1991-2003: The Dissolution of the Soviet Union and the Escalation of Armed Conflict in the Caucasus
  • 41. 1988-1994: Mountain (Nagorny) Karabakh
  • 42. 1991-1992: South and North Ossetia
  • 43. 1992-1993: Abkhazia
  • 44. 1994-2003: Chechnya and Daghestan
  • 45. 1989-2010: An Ethnic Map of the Caucasus
  • 46. 2012: Major Roads and Transportation Corridors
  • 47. 2012: Primary Petroleum Transportation Routes
  • 48-56. Conflicting Historical Visions of Homelands and Borders
  • 48. Azerbaijan and Azerbaijanis
  • 49. Armenia and Armenians
  • 50. Georgia and Georgians
  • 51. Abkhazia and the Abkhaz
  • 52. Chechnya, Ingushetia, and Vainakhs
  • 53. Ossetia and Ossetians
  • 54. Circassia and the Adyghe
  • 55. Karachai, Balkaria, and the Karachai-Balkars
  • 56. Cossacks and Russians in the North Caucasus
  • 57. 2014: The Political and Administrative Map of the Caucasus
  • Appendix 1: The Area and Population of Administrative Units and States of the Caucasus Region
  • Appendix 2: Major Cities in the Caucasus
  • Appendix 3: Ethnic Composition of the Caucasus: Historical Population Statistics
  • Appendix 4: Administrative Units of the Russian Empire and the USSR
  • List of Sources
  • Maps
  • Bibliographical References

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