“A Chicken’s Hardly a Bird, Persia is Hardly Abroad”: Russian Empire’s Southern Neighbour in the Consciousness of Russians of the Late XIX — early XX Centuries
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“A Chicken’s Hardly a Bird, Persia is Hardly Abroad”: Russian Empire’s Southern Neighbour in the Consciousness of Russians of the Late XIX — early XX Centuries
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The article is devoted to the formal and mental borders between the Russian Empire and the Qajar Iran. It focuses on the Russian society's and the political elite's perceptions of the state and the state territory of Iran, as well as on the blurring of the mental boundaries between states in the minds of Russians in late XIXth — early XXth centuries.
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Russian Empire, Iran, Qajars, Orientalism, Russian-Iranian boundary, mental geography, imagine geography, perceptional stereotypes, socio-cultural perceptions.
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10.06.2014
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06.09.2014
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