THE EARLY SWEDISH STATE IN THE LATE SOVIET AND POST-SOVIET WORKS OF RUSSIAN-SPEAKING HISTORIANS
The article considers the evolution of Russian–speaking Scandinavia studies in the post–Marxist period, as well as its current state. An extensive review of Russian–language articles is made, directly or indirectly related to the theme of the Swedish «early state». This kind of work, concerning only for Russian–language articles, was carried out for the first time. Key works that influence Russian–language scientific thought are highlighted. The article considers current trends, both partially characteristic of Russian–speaking historiography as a whole, and characteristic only of Scandinavian studies.
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