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"The time of troubles": historiographical, source and educational dominants K. B. Umbrashko, N. E. Bulankina

By: Umbrashko, Konstantin BContributor(s): Bulankina, Nadezhda EMaterial type: ArticleArticleOther title: Смутное время: историографические, источниковедческие и образовательные доминанты [Parallel title]Subject(s): Смутное время | учебно-методические комплексы | историческая мифология | Отечественная история | историографический анализ учебников | источниковедческий анализ | дворцовые перевороты | 17 век | 18 век | Россия | Историко-культурный стандартGenre/Form: статьи в журналахOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Вестник Томского государственного университета. История № 64. С. 133-138Abstract: The article presents the analysis of the Concept of a new educational and methodological complex on Russian history in the framework of one of the “difficult” issues in Russian history, i.e. “attempts to limit the power of the head of the state during the period of Turmoil and in the time of Palace coups, possible causes and consequences for the failure of these attempts”. It is shown that the XVII and XVIII centuries cannot be connected with each other only by “attempts to limit” the power of the Supreme ruler, since this is not completely justified with historical literature and source studies. The article concludes with a tentative statement of mythologies for identifying the features of the Time of Troubles in Russia at the beginning of the XVII century, many of which are misleading and controversial, even erroneous assumptions.
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The article presents the analysis of the Concept of a new educational and methodological complex on Russian history in the framework of one of the “difficult” issues in Russian history, i.e. “attempts to limit the power of the head of the state during the period of Turmoil and in the time of Palace coups, possible causes and consequences for the failure of these attempts”. It is shown that the XVII and XVIII centuries cannot be connected with each other only by “attempts to limit” the power of the Supreme ruler, since this is not completely justified with historical literature and source studies. The article concludes with a tentative statement of mythologies for identifying the features of the Time of Troubles in Russia at the beginning of the XVII century, many of which are misleading and controversial, even erroneous assumptions.

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