Nation-building and Historiography in the Caucasus (Bálint Kovács–Lars Karl) 363VT 2014 3 borito
Kornél Nagy: Obliged to Survive: The Armenians at the Dawn of Modern Era 367
Volker Adam: Beginnings of an Early Modern Azerbaijani-Turkic Identity Literary and Ideological Movements under the Rule of the Tsar 381
Zaur Gasimov: Between Europe, Turan and the East: Space Concepts in the Contemporary Azerbaijani Historiography and Politics 409
Ronald Grigor Suny: Tifl is: Crucible of Ethnic Politics, 1860–1905 433
Oliver Reisner: Society for the Promotion of Literacy among the Georgians: A School for the Modern Georgian Nation and its Elite 455
Lars Karl: (Re-)Inventing a Rebel: The Case of Imam Shamil in Tsarist Russia and in the Soviet Union, 1859–1953 483
Bálint Kovács: The Imagined Homeland: The Armenian Capital Ani as ’Lieu de Mémoire’ 509
Nikolett Czézár: The Limits of the Supranational Historiography: The Armenian and Azerbaijani Approach of Nakhichevan 519
Péter Pál Kránitz: The Concept of the Caucasian Hungarians in 19th Century Hungary 529
Stalinism as Despotism. Power Techniques in the Soviet Union, 1917–1941 (Jörg Baberowski) 545
The Caucasus under Soviet Rule (Jan Zofka) 550