Mongolian Nomadic Society: A Reconstruction of the 'Medieval' History of Mongolia

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Palgrave Macmillan, 4.5.2001 - 204 sivua
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Until the collapse of the system in Mongolia in 1990 and the consequent decline of the Soviet Union's influence on all areas of Mongolian society, theoretical treatments of Mongolian historiography went along the lines of the prevailing political ideology of socialism. Adopting a fresh approach, this book criticizes the theoretical adaptation of the feudalism concept to nomadic culture. At the same time, it treats the history of Mongolia in view of the structural and developmental particularities of nomadic society.

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Bat-Ochir Bold is a researcher currently attached to the University of Reykjavik, Iceland.

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