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In the wake of the Soviet Union's disintegration, the nationality question has assumed centre stage

In the wake of the Soviet Union's disintegration, the nationality question has assumed centre stage. This text aims to offer an insight into the conflict which rages widely across the fledgling post-Soviet nations. In bringing together this set of authors, Motyl makes a giant stride toward his main goals: to make Soviet nationality studies 'theoretical' and to make these studies part of the wider literature in ethnic studies. He assembles terrific diversity in theoretical approach and regional expertise.

Start by marking Thinking Theoretically About Soviet Nationalities . Alexander J. Motyl (Олександр Мотиль) is professor of political science at Rutgers University-Newark, as well as a writer and painter.

Start by marking Thinking Theoretically About Soviet Nationalities: History And Comparison In The Study Of The Ussr as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. He served as associate director of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University from 1992 to 1998.

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Items related to Thinking Theoretically About Soviet Nationalities. Motyl, Alexander Thinking Theoretically About Soviet Nationalities. ISBN 13: 9780231075138. Thinking Theoretically About Soviet Nationalities.

Thinking Theoretically about Soviet Nationalities : History and Comparison in the Study of the USSR. Alexander Motyl has laced together a galaxy of luminaries in the nationalities field to piece together myriad theoretical approaches to studying nationalities in the former Soviet empire. How wonderful it is to read both Soviet scholars such as John Armstrong and Motyl himself, as well as such noted figures as Ernest Gellner and Anthony D. Smith ruminate on the complexities and contradictions inherent to Soviet nationalities policy.

Motyl, Alexander J. (1992). Book, Online - Google Books. New York : Columbia University Press, c1992 vi, 284 p. ; 24 cm. Thinking theoretically about Soviet nationalities : history and comparison in the study of the USSR. New York : Columbia University Press. Australian/Harvard Citation.

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Columbia University Press. Pub Date: October 1995. Philosophy: Political Theory. Political Science: Political Theory.

Thinking Theoretically about Soviet Nationalities: History and Comparison in the Study of the USSR. The Soviet Nationalities despite Gorbachev, Special Issue of Nationalities Papers, spring 1991. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992. The Post Soviet Nations: Perspectives on the Demise of the USSR. With Henry Huttenbach. The Soviet Nationalities against Gorbachev. Special Issue of Nationalities Papers, spring 1990. The Soviet Nationalities and Gorbachev. Special Issue of Nationalities Papers, spring 1989.

In Motyl, Alexander J. (e. New York: Columbia University. Ethnonationalism and Political Stability: The Soviet Case. World Politics 34(4): 555–80. The Rise and Decline of the Nation State.

In the wake of the Soviet Union's disintegration, the nationality question has assumed centre stage. This text aims to offer an insight into the conflict which rages widely across the fledgling post-Soviet nations.
Thinking Theoretically  About Soviet Nationalities download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Alexander Motyl
ISBN: 0231075138
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Columbia University Press; Reprint edition (September 15, 1995)
Pages: 284 pages