- Title Pages
Chapter OneEarly Modern Cartography and Power in European Russia and Poland-lithuania
Chapter TwoEnlightenment to Romantic Historical Claims Between Imperial Russia and East Central Europe
Chapter ThreePurposes of Early 19th-century Russian Imperial Cartography
Chapter FourPurposes of Early 19th-Century Polish National Cartography
Chapter FiveMid-19th-Century State Cartography and the Idea of Progress in Russian Empirecraft
Chapter SixModern European Ethnoschematization and the Vienna-St. Petersburg Axis
Chapter SevenLate 19th-Century Russian Imperial Schemes and Habsburg-Potish Cartographic Borrowings in Galicia
Chapter EightBorderlands as Modern Homelands? Mapping Ukraine and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Chapter NineNationalizing Cartography in the Borderlands before World War I
Chapter TenPolitical Cartography in East Central Europe during World War I
- Conclusion: Purposes of Maps in the Borderlands of 1919
- Mapping Europe's Borderlands
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