Nikolai Kostomarov

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Nikolay Ivanovich Kostomarov (bahasa Rusia: Никола́й Ива́нович Костома́ров, Nikolai Ivanovich Kostomarov; bahasa Ukraina: Микола Іванович Костомаров, Mykola Ivanovych Kostomarov; 16 Mei 1817, vil. Yurasovka, Kegubernuran Voronezh, Kekaisaran Rusia19 April 1885, Sankt-Peterburg, Kekaisaran Rusia) adalah salah satu sejarawan Rusia yang paling terkenal,[1][2][3] seorang profesor Sejarah Rusia di Universitas Kiev dan kemudian di Universitas Negeri Sankt-Peterburg, seorang Penasihat Negara Rusia, penulis banyak buku, termasuk biografinya yang terkenal dari abad ke-XVII Hetman Viyska Zaporozkoho Bohdan Khmelnytsky, penelitian tentang Ataman dari Don Cossacks Stenka Razin dan 3 volume fundamentalnya Sejarah Rusia dalam biografi tokoh-tokoh utamanya (bahasa Rusia: Русская история в жизнеописаниях её главнейших деятелей).

Nikolai Kostomarov juga dikenal sebagai seorang pendongeng Ukraina dan penulis karya tentang sejarah Ukraina; dia adalah anggota masyarakat kebangkitan nasional Ukraina yang paling dikenal sebagai Persaudaraan Santo Sirilus dan Metodius,[4][5][6][7][8][9] yang ada di Kiev dari Januari 1846 hingga Maret 1847. Kostomarov juga adalah seorang penyair, ahli etnografi, Pan-Slavisme dan promotor yang disebut pergerakan Narodnik di Kekaisaran Rusia.

Daftar karya asli[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Russian History in Biographies of its main figures (bahasa Rusia: Русская история в жизнеописаниях её главнейших деятелей), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, On the role of Novgorod the Great in the Russian history (bahasa Rusia: О значении Великого Новгорода в русской истории), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Two Russian Nationalities (bahasa Rusia: Две русские народности), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Some thoughts on the Problem of Federalism in Old Rus' (bahasa Rusia: Мысли о федеративном начале в Древней Руси);
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Great Russian folksongs. Based on the new published materials (bahasa Rusia: Великорусская народная песенная поэзия. По вновь изданным материалам), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Ivan Susanin. Historical review (bahasa Rusia: Иван Сусанин (Историческое исследование)), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Time of Troubles in the History of the Tsardom of Moscow (bahasa Rusia: Смутное время Московского государства), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Southern Russia at the End of the 16th Century (bahasa Rusia: Южная Русь в конце XVI века), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, Northern Russians and their rools during the time of veche. History of Novgorod, Pskov and Vyatka (bahasa Rusia: Севернорусские народоправства во времена удельно-вечевого уклада (история Новгорода, Пскова и Вятки)), in Russian, available online;
  • Nikolay Kostomarov, On the Russian history as reflected in geography and ethnography (bahasa Rusia: Об отношении русской истории к географии и этнографии), in Russian, available online.

Kesusasteraan akademik[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Natalia, Fokina, Nikolay Kostomarov and the idea of federalism in his political legacy. Moscow University Press, 2007.
  • Boris, Litvak, Nikolay Kostomarov, historian and his time. Jerusalem 2000.
  • Raisa, Kireeva, "He couldn't live without writing". Nikolay Kostomarov. Moscow 1996.
  • Fashioning Modern Ukraine: Selected Writings of Mykola Kostomarov, Volodymyr Antonovych, and Mykhailo Drahomanov, ed. Serhiy Bilenky (Toronto-Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 2013). Contains a lengthy selection (134 pages) from his various writings including his two autobiographies and his important ideological tract "Two Rus Nationalities."
  • Dmytro Doroshenko, "A Survey of Ukrainian Historiography," Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the US, V-VI, 4 (1957),132-57.
  • Thomas M. Prymak, Mykola Kostomarov: A Biography (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996), ISBN 0-8020-0758-9.
  • Thomas M. Prymak, "Kostomarov and Hrushevsky in Ukrainian History and Culture," Ukrainskyi istoryk, vols. 43-44, nos. 1-2 (2006–07), 307-19. Comparison of Ukraine's two most prestigious historians. This article is in English.

Catatan kaki[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Nikolay Kostomarov (Encyclopedia Britannica)
  2. ^ "Nikolay Kostomarov (Great Russian Encyclopedia)". Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 2022-06-15. Diakses tanggal 2021-10-28. 
  3. ^ Nikolay Kostomarov (Great Encyclopedian Dictionary)
  4. ^ Sogu Hong (1998). "Mykola Kostomarov and Ukrainian folklore". University of Alberta, Canada. 
  5. ^ Kostomarov, Mykola at the Encyclopedia of Ukraine.
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    • Thomas M. Prymak, "Kostomarov and Hrushevsky in Ukrainian History and Culture," Ukrainskyi istoryk, vols. 43-44, nos. 1-2 (2006-07), 307-19. Comparison of Ukraine's two most prestigious historians (in English).
    • Thomas Prymak (1991). "Mykola Kostomarov and East Slavic Ethnography in the Nineteenth Century". 18 (2). Russian History. pp. 163–186. JSTOR 24657223. Accessed 19 July 2020.
    • Thomas Prymak (1996). Mykola Kostomarov: A Biography. University of Toronto Press. p. 193. ISBN 0-8020-0758-9.
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    • Mykola Kostomarov, Knyhy buttia ukrainskoho narodu [Books of the Genesis of the Ukrainian people], ed. K. Kostiv (Toronto: Naukove tovarystvo im. Shevchenka, 1980). Ukrainian text with English, French, and Russian translations, and a lengthy introduction in Ukrainian. Programmatic document of the secret Society of Cyril and Methodius. Only published after Kostomarov's death.
    • Mykola Kostomarov, "Two Russian Nationalities" (excerpts), and "A Letter to the Editor of Kolokol," in Towards an Intellectual History of Ukraine: An Anthology of Ukrainian Thought from 1710 to 1995, ed. Ralph Lindheim and George S. N. Luckyj (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996), pp. 122–45.
  8. ^ Dmytro Doroshenko, "A Survey of Ukrainian Historiography," Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the US, V-VI, 4 (1957),132-57.
  9. ^ Fashioning Modern Ukraine: Selected Writings of Mykola Kostomarov, Volodymyr Antonovych, and Mykhailo Drahomanov, ed. Serhiy Bilenky (Toronto-Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 2013). Contains a lengthy selection (134 pages) from his various writings including his two autobiographies and his important ideological tract "Two Rus Nationalities."