By Andrew Robarts
As a part of a broader dialogue on Ottoman-Russian international relations, this booklet re-conceptualizes Ottoman-Russian kin within the Black Sea area within the 18th and nineteenth centuries. according to major raises in human mobility and the unfold of epidemic ailments, Ottoman and Russian officers – on the imperial, provincial, and native degrees – communicated approximately and coordinated their efforts to regulate migratory activities and fee the unfold of affliction within the Black Sea sector. by means of targeting the cost of migrants and refugees alongside the peripheries of the Ottoman and Russian Empires and through foregrounding the function of neighborhood and municipal-level kingdom experts within the administration of migration, Migration and illness within the Black Sea Region contributes to the constructing box of provincial reviews in Ottoman and Russian heritage. this is often a huge ebook for a person attracted to comparative imperial heritage, migration, diaspora formation and the unfold of epidemic diseases.