(Blackwell Companions to World History)
This companion comprises 28 essays by international scholars offering an analytical overview of the development of Russian history from the earliest Slavs through to the present day.
Includes essays by both prominent and emerging scholars from Russia, Great Britain, the US, and Canada
Analyzes the entire sweep of Russian history from debates over how to identify the earliest Slavs, through the Yeltsin Era, and future prospects for post-Soviet Russia
Offers an extensive review of the medieval period, religion, culture, and the experiences of ordinary people
Offers a balanced review of both traditional and cutting-edge topics, demonstrating the range and dynamism of the field