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Read the full-text online edition of The Origins of Russia . : A History of Russia: New, Revised Edition : George Vernadsky: Books. Eurasianism, the theory that Russia was neither Europe nor Asia but a world unto itself, Eurasia, runs through much, if not all, of George.
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At the suggestion of Nikodim Kondakovhe settled in Pragueteaching there from until at the George vernadsky School of Law. There, in association with Nikolai Trubetzkoy and P. Savitsky, he participated in formulating the George vernadsky Theory of Russian history.
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After Kondakov's death, Vernadsky was in charge of the Kondakov Seminarwhich disseminated his view of Russian culture as the synthesis of Slavonic, Byzantine, and nomadic influences. At Yale, he first served as a research associate in history —and then became a full professor of Russian history in He served in that position until his retirement in He died in New Haven on June 12, Vernadsky's first book in English was a widely read textbook on Russian history, first published in george vernadsky republished six times during his lifetime.
It was translated to numerous languages, including Hebrew and Japanese. Inhe embarked on his magnum opus, A History of Russia, of which six volumes were eventually published, despite the death of his co-author, George vernadsky Michael Karpovichin Interpretation of Russian history[ edit ] Vernadsky took a novel approach to Russian history, presenting it as a continuous succession of george vernadsky, starting from the Scythian, Sarmatian, Hunnic, and Gothic; Vernadsky attempted to determine the laws of their expansion and collapse.
His views emphasized the importance of Eurasian nomadic cultures for the cultural george vernadsky economic progress of Russia, thus anticipating some of the ideas advanced by Lev Gumilev. Vernadsky became the leading American exponent of depicting Russia as much Asian and European, if not more so.
He pointed out many strong cultural differences between Russia and Europe, and praised the success of Russian development along an independent path that revealed george vernadsky own unique character.
Vernadsky was a geographical determinist like his Yale colleague Ellsworth Huntington. See the obituaries by Alan George vernadsky.
A History of Russia by George Vernadsky
Ferguson in Russian Review, 32 Pushkarev in Novyi zhurnal, The following bibliographies of Vernadsky's works are in print, although none is complete or free of inaccuracies: Ferguson and Alfred Levin, eds. By my estimate Vernadsky published approximately 8, pages. Vernadskii [20 avgusta g.
See the obituaries cited in note 1, especially those by Ferguson and George vernadsky.
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See also note 31 below. Raboty po istorii vostokovedeniia Moscow,pp.
Vernadskii, Russkoe masonstvo v tsarstvovanii Ekateriny II. Istoriko-filologicheskii fakul'tet Sankt Peterburgskago universiteta, Zapiski,