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About Me
Institution
The State Tambov University named after G.R. Derzhavin

Position
Associate professor

Research Topic, region and time period (one line)
Demographic and environmental aspects of social history of post-reform Russia, features of perception demographic and environmental effects of agricultural modernization of the country in the second half of the XIX-the beginning of the XX century by various social and professional groups: peasantry, zemtsy (social workers), scientists, officials, state and socio-political figures, intelligentsia.

You and your research (brief description)
I carry out of the ecological and demographic issues of the Russian pre-revolutionary agrarian society, attitude of the various strata of Russian society to ecological and demographic aspects of the abolition of serfdom in the Central Black Earth region. The aim of the my study is to analysis the assessment by the community of the redistribution of the natural resources (such as arable, pasture, meadow, forest) during implementation of the peasant’s reform of 1861, and of the problem of the resources shortage in peasant’s household after it. Also I took into consideration the rapid growth in the population in the post-emancipation period. My last interest was in the field of the history of the formation of a unified water legislation of Russia on the eve of 1917 (project of the «Water statute»). Currently I working on the exploring of G.R. Derzhavin’ s suggestions concerning navigation along the Tambov region during his tenure as governor of Tambov in 1786-1788 years. Most of my projects was awarded grants by Russian state scientific founds

Key publication
Tsintsadze N.S. The special features of the agrarian crisis in the Chernozem and non-Chernozem regions of the European part of Russia as seen by contemporaries: the comparative analysis of Russian periodicals of the second half of the XIXth century // Dialogue with time. Intellectual History Review. 38. Moscow: IWH RAS, 2012. P. 353-363.

Key publication
Tsintsadze N.S. Demoecological, environmental and legal problems of development of the agrarian society of Russia in the second half of XIX century (based on special government expeditions 1892-1894 y. under the direction of V.V. Dokuchaev and 1894-1900 y. under the direction of A.A. Tillo // Vestnik of the State Tambov University named after G.R. Derzhavin. Series. Humanitarian sciences. 2012. № 1. P. 212-219.

Key publication
Tsintsadze N.S. Demographic and environmental problems of development of agrarian society of Russia in the second half of the XIX-the beginning of the XX century in perception of contemporaries: monograph / executive editor V.V. Kanishchev. Tambov: the Publishing house of TSU named after G.R. Derzhavin, 2012. 286 pp.

Key Publication
Tsintsadze N.S. The influence of the public on state policy of natural resources and nature protection (case study of the materials of the Russian journalism 1900-1910-ies.) // Vestnik of the State Tambov University named after G.R. Derzhavin. Series. Humanitarian sciences. 2013. № 11. P. 313-321.

Key Publication
Tsintsadze N.S. History of the drafting of «Water statute» in pre-revolutionary Russia // In the world of scientific discoveries. Krasnoyarsk. 2013. № 11.3. P. 189-194.

Website / Blog 1
https://tsutmb.academia.edu/NinaTsintsadze

Keywords
Freshwater, Forest, Agriculture, Steppe, Soil, Climate, Modern History, 18th Century, 19th Century, 20th Century, Attitudes, Beliefs & Values, Science, Culture, Intellectual, Economics, Population and Demography, Sustainability, People's history, Russia

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