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Between grain and oil from the Azov to the Caucasus: the port-cities of the eastern coast of the Black Sea, late 18th – early 20th century

Gelina Harlaftis, Victoria Konstantinova, Igor Lyman, Anna Sydorenko and Eka Tchkoidze (eds)

Gelina Harlaftis, Victoria Konstantinova, Igor Lyman, Anna Sydorenko and Eka Tchkoidze (eds), Between grain and oil from the Azov to the Caucasus: the port-cities of the eastern coast of the Black Sea, late 18th – early 20th century,  Black Sea History Working Papers, volume 3, Rethymnon, 2020

Table of Contents

Aknowledgements

  1. As an introduction: Black Sea History and the Black Sea project, Gelina Harlaftis

Part 1 – Because of the Sea

  1. Black Sea Maritime and Economic History. The integration of the port-cities to the global economy, Gelina Harlaftis
  2. The Volga-Don Road to the Black Sea: evolution and reality of the 19th century, Nailya Tagirova
  3. From the Azov to Batoum: evolution of the port-cities in the Russian frontier land. Politics and administration, Victoria Konstantinova and Igor Lyman

Part 2 – On and In the Sea

  1. Controlling the straits: The development of the port of Kerch, Anna Sydorenko
  2. Fisheries of the eastern coast of the Azov Sea in the late 18th – 19th century – Organization, infrastructure and everyday life, Alexei Kraikovski
  3. The history of the Azov Sea and the northern Azov Sea area during the holocene, Gennady Matishov

Part 3 – Around and about the Sea

  1. Taganrog: Greek entrepreneurship in the Russian frontier of international trade, Evrydiki Sifneos and Gelina Harlaftis
  2. Ethnic processes in Mariupol and Russia’s imperial migration policy. (19th – early 20th century, Irina Ponomariova
  3. Ethnic factor in the economic development of Mariupol (late 18th – early 20th century), Svitlana Novikova and Vira Volonyts
  4. The great plans for developing Berdyansk – Igor Lyman and Victoria Konstantinova
  5. The rural population of Don’s hinterland as a factor of the economic life of Rostov, end of the 19th century, Marianna Abdullayeva
  6. Rostov-on-Don in the second half of the 19th – early 20th century: Dynamics and specificities of the socio-economic development, Natalya Samarina
  7. Nahichevan-on-Don: Armenian merchants and their role in the commercial development of the Azov – Black Sea region, Sarkis Kazarov
  8. Novorossiysk: the formation and development of the city, Olga Popova
  9. Oil and soil: the role of Batoum’s economic development in shaping of geopolitical significance of the Caucasus, Eka Tchkoidze

List of abbreviations

Weights and Measures

Glossary

Biographical notes