Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia

Häfner L (2019)
Journal of Borderlands Studies 34(4): 547–570.

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Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Borderlands Studies
Band
34
Ausgabe
4
Seite(n)
547–570
ISSN
0886-5655
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942150

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Häfner L. Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia. Journal of Borderlands Studies. 2019;34(4):547–570.
Häfner, L. (2019). Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 34(4), 547–570. doi:10.1080/08865655.2017.1402196
Häfner, L. (2019). Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia. Journal of Borderlands Studies 34, 547–570.
Häfner, L., 2019. Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 34(4), p 547–570.
L. Häfner, “Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia”, Journal of Borderlands Studies, vol. 34, 2019, pp. 547–570.
Häfner, L.: Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia. Journal of Borderlands Studies. 34, 547–570 (2019).
Häfner, Lutz. “Engines of Social Change? Peasant Migration and the Transgression of Spatial, Legal and Cultural Divides in Late Imperial Russia”. Journal of Borderlands Studies 34.4 (2019): 547–570.

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