Science and Empire in Eastern Europe
Imperial Russia and the Habsburg Monarchy in the 19th Century
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In nineteenth century Western Europe science often developed in the context of emerging national states. In Eastern and East-Central Europe, however, until World War I science operated in the imperial framework of the Habsburg and Tsarist Empires. The imperial characteristics of these states (such as multinationality, linguistic diversity, and a pronounced polarity between centers and peripheries) created specific conditions for the sciences. Taking this observation as a starting point, this volume addresses the interplay of science and empire in Imperial Russia and the Habsburg Monarchy in a comparative framework.
- Stefan Alker-Windbichler (Hg.),
- Christina Köstner-Pemsel (Hg.),
- Markus Stumpf (Hg.)