Russia at a crossroads : history, memory and political practice

edited by Nurit Schleifman

The meaning of Russia's past is in a process of continuous deconstruction, reshaping and negotiation by various social and political groupings. Of the deluge of group memories which have broken loose, this collection focuses on several new voices which have never been heard in Russia in this way before: women, Tatars, Cossacks, as well as the voices of religious and provincial populations. In addition, the volume sheds light on the creation of a multi-party system which paved the way for the expression of particular views and interests and generated much of memory's concepts and language.

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  • The uses of memory: the Russian province in search of its past, Nurit Schleifman
  • a Russian city between two continents: the Tatars of Orenburg and state power, Grigorii G. Kosach
  • from estate to ethnos: the changing nature of Cossack identity in the 20th century, Peter Holquist
  • women remember World War II, Barbara Alpern Engel
  • the Russian orthodox church in a changing society, Boris Orlov and Sophia Kotzer
  • toward a multi-party system, 1985-1993, Vera Kaplan and Boris Morozov

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書名 Russia at a crossroads : history, memory and political practice
著作者等 Schleifman, Nurit
Cummings Center for Russian and East European Studies
シリーズ名 The Cummings Center series
出版元 Frank Cass
刊行年月 1998
ページ数 235 p., [8] p. of plates
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0714643971
NCID BA3879394X
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス