Beyond totalitarianism : Stalinism and Nazism compared

[edited by] Michael Geyer, Sheila Fitzpatrick

In essays written jointly by specialists on Soviet and German history, the contributors to this book rethink and rework the nature of Stalinism and Nazism and establish a new methodology for viewing their histories that goes well beyond the now-outdated twentieth-century models of totalitarianism, ideology, and personality. Doing the labor of comparison gives us the means to ascertain the historicity of the two extraordinary regimes and the wreckage they have left. With the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, scholars of Europe are no longer burdened with the political baggage that constricted research and conditioned interpretation and have access to hitherto closed archives. The time is right for a fresh look at the two gigantic dictatorships of the twentieth century and for a return to the original intent of thought on totalitarian regimes - understanding the intertwined trajectories of socialism and nationalism in European and global history.

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In essays written jointly by specialists on Soviet and German history, the contributors to this book rethink and rework the nature of Stalinism and Nazism and establish a new methodology for viewing their histories that goes well beyond the now-outdated twentieth-century models of totalitarianism, ideology, and personality. Doing the labor of comparison gives us the means to ascertain the historicity of the two extraordinary regimes and the wreckage they have left. With the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, scholars of Europe are no longer burdened with the political baggage that constricted research and conditioned interpretation and have access to hitherto closed archives. The time is right for a fresh look at the two gigantic dictatorships of the twentieth century and for a return to the original intent of thought on totalitarian regimes - understanding the intertwined trajectories of socialism and nationalism in European and global history.

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[目次]

  • 1. Introduction: beyond totalitarianism - Stalinism and Nazism compared Michael Geyer with Sheila Fitzpatrick
  • 2. The political (dis)orders of Stalinism and national socialism Yoram Gorlizki and Hans Mommsen
  • 3. Utopian biopolitics: reproductive policies, gender roles, and sexuality in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union David L. Hoffman and Annette F. Timm
  • 4. State violence - violent societies Christian Gerlach and Nicolas Werth
  • 5. The quest for order and the pursuit of terror: National Socialist Germany and the Stalinist Soviet Union as multi-ethnic empires Jorg Baberowski and Anselm Doering-Manteuffel
  • 6. Frameworks for social engineering: Stalinist schema of identification and the Nazi volksgemeinschaft Christopher Browning and Lewis Siegelbaum
  • 7. Energizing the everyday: on the breaking and making of social bonds in Nazism and Stalinism Shelia Fitzpatrick and Alf Ludtke
  • 8. The new man in Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany Peter Fritzsche and Jochen Hellbeck
  • 9. States of exception: the Nazi-Soviet War as a system of violence, 1939-45 Mark Edele and Michale Geyer
  • 10. Mutual perceptions and projections: Stalin's Russia in Nazi Germany: Nazi Germany in Stalin's Russia - Nazi Germany in the Soviet Union Katerina Clark and Karl Schloegel.

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[目次]

  • 1. Introduction: beyond totalitarianism - Stalinism and Nazism compared Michael Geyer with Sheila Fitzpatrick
  • 2. The political (dis)orders of Stalinism and national socialism Yoram Gorlizki and Hans Mommsen
  • 3. Utopian biopolitics: reproductive policies, gender roles, and sexuality in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union David L. Hoffman and Annette F. Timm
  • 4. State violence - violent societies Christian Gerlach and Nicolas Werth
  • 5. The quest for order and the pursuit of terror: National Socialist Germany and the Stalinist Soviet Union as multi-ethnic empires Jorg Baberowski and Anselm Doering-Manteuffel
  • 6. Frameworks for social engineering: Stalinist schema of identification and the Nazi volksgemeinschaft Christopher Browning and Lewis Siegelbaum
  • 7. Energizing the everyday: on the breaking and making of social bonds in Nazism and Stalinism Shelia Fitzpatrick and Alf Ludtke
  • 8. The new man in Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany Peter Fritzsche and Jochen Hellbeck
  • 9. States of exception: the Nazi-Soviet War as a system of violence, 1939-45 Mark Edele and Michale Geyer
  • 10. Mutual perceptions and projections: Stalin's Russia in Nazi Germany: Nazi Germany in Stalin's Russia - Nazi Germany in the Soviet Union Katerina Clark and Karl Schloegel.

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この本の情報

書名 Beyond totalitarianism : Stalinism and Nazism compared
著作者等 Fitzpatrick, Sheila
Geyer, Michael
Geyer Michael E.
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 2009
ページ数 ix, 536 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9780521897969
9780521723978
NCID BA88489452
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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