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The Historiography of the Bulavin Uprising (1707–1709)

Student: Yulia Saydumarova

Supervisor: Evgeny N. Trefilov

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: History (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The Bulavin uprising of 1707-1709 was one of the most important events of Peter’s I governance. At the same time, a full and comprehensive analysis of texts on this topic has not yet been made. This study aims to analyze existing historiographical approaches to the main issues of the Bulavin revolt history. The object of this research is the literature about the uprising. Not only scientific, but also ”socially-oriented " historical works as well as folklore are taken into account. The subject of the study is the interest of researchers from different eras to certain controversial issues of the uprising. This interest depends on the goals they set for themselves, as well as the cultural context of the historical epoch.

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