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university reform of Tsar Alexander I, 1802-1835

by James T. Flynn

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Published by Catholic University of America Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Russia
    • Subjects:
    • Russkoe bibleĭskoe obshchestvo (Saint Petersburg, Russia),
    • Education, Higher -- Russia -- History -- 19th century.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJames T. Flynn.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLA837 .F59 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 283 p. ;
      Number of Pages283
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2527889M
      ISBN 100813206537
      LC Control Number88003184

      The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I, by James T. Flynn. The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I, by James T. Flynn (pp. ) The Fate of a Writer and His Books by E. I. Melamed (pp. ). See James Flynn, The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I – (Washington: The Catholic University Academic Press, ), Google Scholar Cynthia Whittaker, The Origins of Modern Russian Education: An Intellectual Biography of Count Sergei Uvarov, – (Dekalb, Ill: Northern Illinois University Press, ), 78,

        Alexander II was Russia's Lincoln, and the greatest reformer tsar since Peter the Great. He was also one of the most contradictory, and fascinating, of history's supreme leaders. He freed the serfs, yet launched vicious wars. He engaged in the sexual exploits of a royal Don Juan, yet fell profoundly in love. He ruled during the "Russian Renaissance" of Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and Turgenev 4/5(5). The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I, (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, ). Kassow, Samuel D. Students, Professors, and the State in Tsarist Russia (Berkeley: University of California Press, ).

      ance the university was striving for in this period, a balance between internationalism and autonomy on the one hand and centralisation and nationalism, or even regionalism, on the other.   In his groundbreaking book, Imperial Legend: the Disappearance of Czar Alexander I, historian Alexis Troubetzkoy mentions that even in the mid 20 .


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Alexander I () pp; Hartley, Janet M. "Is Russia part of Europe. Russian perceptions of Europe in the reign of Alexander I." Cahiers du monde russe et soviétique (): – online in English; Lieven, Dominic. Alexander I (Russian: Алекса́ндр Па́влович, tr. Aleksándr Pávlovich, IPA: [ɐlʲɪkˈsandr ˈpavɫəvʲɪt͡ɕ]; 23 December [O.S.

12 December] – 1 December [O.S. 19 November] ) was the Emperor of Russia (Tsar) between and He was the eldest son of Paul I and Sophie Dorothea of der was the first king of Congress Poland, reigning from.

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Hachten Journal. Alexander I, emperor of Russia (–25), who alternately fought and befriended Napoleon I during the Napoleonic Wars but who ultimately helped form the coalition that defeated the emperor of the French.

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See James T. Flynn, The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I – (Washington, D. C.: Catholic University of America Press, ), especially pp. 84ff for a discussion of Magnitskii’s role in that reform. Google Scholar. The Reforms of Tsar Alexander II Carl Peter Watts examines a set of reforms which held out the prospect of modernising Russia but whose failure paved the way for revolution.

Alexander II’s ‘great reforms’ stand out as among the most significant events in nineteenth century Russian history. Alexander became known as the ‘Tsar Liberator. Early Life. Alexander was born in Moscow in as the first son and heir of Tsar Nicholas I and his wife Charlotte, a Prussian princess.

His parents’ marriage was, luckily (and somewhat unusually) for a purely political union, a happy one, and Alexander had six. Flynn, James T. The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I, - (Catholic Uni. America, ).

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The University Reform of Tsar Alexander I, – (Catholic University of America Press, ) Hartley, Janet M. Alexander I () pp; Palmer, Alan (). Alexander I: Tsar of War and Peace. New York: Harper and Row. Lieven, Dominic.

"Review article: Russia and the defeat of Napoleon.".Life. The future Tsar Alexander II was the eldest son of the grand duke Nikolay Pavlovich (who, inbecame the emperor Nicholas I) and his wife, Alexandra Fyodorovna (who, before her marriage to the Grand Duke and baptism into the Orthodox Church, had been the princess Charlotte of Prussia).Alexander’s youth and early manhood were overshadowed by the overpowering personality .Alexander III (Russian: Алекса́ндр III Алекса́ндрович, tr.

Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich; 10 March – 1 November ) was Emperor of Russia, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland from 13 March until his death on 1 November He was highly reactionary and reversed some of the liberal reforms of his father, Alexander II.