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Russian teachers and peasant revolution the politics of education in 1905

Author: Scott J Seregny; Scott Joseph Seregny
Publisher: Bloomington [etc.] Indiana University Press 1989
Series: Indiana-Michigan series in Russian and East European studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Scott J Seregny; Scott Joseph Seregny
ISBN: 025335031X 9780253350312
OCLC Number: 1271655275
Description: X, 292 S. Ill. 24 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments1. Introduction2. Teachers and the Politics of Education in RussiaThe Teachers' Question: Profile, Status, and CrisisThe Zemstvos and the Politics of Public Education3. Cultural Impoverishment and the Impulse to AssociateTeachers' Gatherings before the 1890s: The Imperatives of Enlightenment and OrderRising Expectations: Teachers' Courses, 1895-1903Third Element Influence and Security: Teachers' Congresses before 19054. Organization and Program: The Emergence of a Teachers' MovementFrom Nizhnii-Novgorod to Kursk: A Movement EmergesThe Moscow Congress: Organization and Issues5. The Turn to Activism: Teachers and Politics on the Eve of 1905A Link with the Peasantry: Teachers and RevolutionariesA Tenuous Alliance: Zemstvos, Teachers, and the School Commission Experiment6. The Teachers' Movement and Revolutionary Politics in 1905A Teachers' Union: Professional or Political?"Spring Thunder" in the Teachers' SocietiesThe First Congress of the All-Russian Teachers' Union and Official Response7. Teachers in the Countryside, February-October 1905Anti-Intelligentsia Agitation in Early 1905 and the Problem of a Rural "Black Hundred" MovementTeachers and Rural Politics in Spring and Summer 1905Teacher and Zemstvo before October: Cooperation and ConflictThe Peasant Unions and the Teachers' Movement8. October and Its Aftermath: Rural Teachers and Peasant RevolutionCharting a Course: The Moscow Regional Teachers' CongressesTeachers, Peasant Unions, and Rural RevolutionWith The Narod: The Second Teachers' Union Congress9. The Reaction and Its Consequences, 1906-1914NotesBibliographyIndex
Series Title: Indiana-Michigan series in Russian and East European studies
Responsibility: Scott J. Seregny.


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