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Mongolia — Russia: The Age of Independence — The Age of Cooperation [Монголия — Россия: век независимости — век сотрудничества] / Eds. I.V. Kulganek and T.I. Yusupova. – SPb.: Petropolis, 2021. – 230 p. ISBN 978-5-9676-1344-9.


The publication of this collective monograph is timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Soviet-Mongolian diplomatic relations and the creation of the Scientific Committee, the first academic institution in Mongolia. The articles included in the volume are based on a wide range of sources many of which are used for the first time; their authors analyze the prerequisites for close bilateral contacts between Russia and Mongolia, the birth of the Mongolian statehood in the period between the two revolutions (of 1911 and 1921) and the Soviet-Mongolian negotiations in Moscow in 1921. The articles also discuss the evolution of Russian-Mongolian scientific contacts, their variety, peculiar features and the persons who largely contributed to the process, as well as modern interpretations of some issues related to the history, jurisprudence, historiography and literature of Mongolia. The book is intended for scholars and a wide circle of readers who take interest in the history of Mongolia.

CONTENTS

Foreword (Irina F. Popova) — 9
Preface (Irina V. Kulganek and Tatiana I. Yusupova) — 11

Part I. MONGOLIA ON THE ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE — 17

Consul General in Mongolia Ya.P. Shishmarev (1833–1915) — 18
Mongolia between the Revolutions (1911 and 1921) — 29
At the Origins of bilateral Relations between Russia and Mongolia: the Activities of O.I. Maksteneck, the first Commissioner of the People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs in Mongolia — 42
The Establishment of Friendly Relations between Russia and Mongolia: Problems and Relevance — 47
The Tibet-Mongolian Project of Agvan Dorzhiev — 56
From the History of Kalmyk-Mongolian ties — 68

Part II. SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION BETWEEN RUSSIA AND MONGOLIA — 75

Russian-Mongolian Scientific Collaboration (1920s – 1960s): Establishment, Development, Peculiar Features — 76
Student of the Leningrad Institute of Living Oriental Languages Ts.-D. Nominhanov in Mongolia — 100
Postgraduate Mongolian Students at the Academy of Sciences (USSR), 1930s — 119
Academician B.Ya. Vladimirtsov in the Memories by the Mongolist G.I. Mikhailov — 141

Part III. CONTEMPORARY ISSUES OF THE RUSSIAN MONGOLIAN STUDIES — 155

The Mongol Empire and its Ideology in the Coverage of pre-revolutionary Russian Historians: from A.I. Lyzlov to N.M. Karamzin — 156
The Limits of Mongol Expansion in the Views of Europeans in the XIII century — 170
Notes of Russian Travelers as a valuable Source on State and Law of Mongolia in the 17th – early 20th century — 181
The Architects of the St.-Petersburg Buddhist Temple “Gunzechoinei Datsan” — 191
The Buddhist Motives in the Mongolian Novels of the early 21st century — 212

List of Abbreviations — 219
Summary — 223
List of Authors — 229

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Agvan Dorzhiev
history of Mongolia
history of oriental studies in Russia
independence of Mongolia
Kalmyk-Mongolian relations
Russian-Mongolian relations

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