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Anything Goes: Post-1991 Historiography about Ivan IV in Russia

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The dissolution of the Soviet Union unleashed a flood of publications about Ivan the Terrible in Russia. Instead of creating a new consensus about Ivan’s personality and rule, these books and articles manifested a greater polarization of opinion than has ever existed in Russian historiography on this controversial subject. The spectrum of opinion may be structured under five rubrics – apologetic, positive, conflicted, critical, and hostile – but Ivan’s paradoxical rule confounds even this heuristic paradigm.

Affiliations: 1: Bloomington, Indiana, USA, chalperi@indiana.edu

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2017-08-22
2017-11-20

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