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Cultural and political imaginaries in Putin's Russia

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概要 "In Cultural and Political Imaginaries in Putin's Russia scholars scrutinise developments in official symbolical, cultural and social policies as well as the contradictory trajectories of important cu...ltural, social and intellectual trends in Russian society after the year 2000. Engaging experts on Russia from several academic fields, the book offers case studies on the vicissitudes of cultural policies, political ideologies and imperial visions, on memory politics on the grassroot as well as official levels, and on the links between political and national imaginaries and popular culture in fields as diverse as fashion design and pro-natalist advertising. Contributors are Niklas Bernsand, Lena Jonson, Ekaterina Kalinina, Natalija Majsova, Olga Malinova, Alena Minchenia, Elena Perrier (Morenkova), Elena Rakhimova-Sommers, Andrei Rogatchevski, Tomas Sniegon, Igor Torbakov, Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, and Yuliya Yurchuk"--続きを見る
目次 Russia : culture, cultural policy, and the swinging pendulum of politics
Lena Jonson
"Middle continent" or "Island Russia" : Eurasianist legacy and Vadim Tsymburskii's revisionist geopolitics
Igor Torbakov
Eduard Limonov's National Bolshevik Party and the Nazi legacy : titular nations vs ethnic minorities
Andrei Rogatchevski
Constructing the "usable past" : the evolution of the official historical narrative in post-Soviet Russia
Olga Malinova
Dying in the Soviet Gulag for the future glory of Mother Russia? Making "patriotic" sense of the Gulag in present-day Russia
Tomas Sniegon
Memory watchdogs. Online and offline mobilizations around controversial historical issues in Russia
Elena Perrier (Morenkova)
"Your stork might disappear forever!" : Russian public awareness advertising and incentivizing motherhood
Elena Rakhimova-Sommers
Fashionable irony and stiob : the use of Soviet heritage in Russian fashion design and Soviet subcultures
Ekaterina Kalinina
Humour as a mode of hegemonic control : comic representations of Belarusian and Ukrainian leaders in official Russian media
Alena Minchenia, Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, and Yuliya Yurchuk
The cosmic subject in post-Soviet Russia : noocosmology, space-oriented spiritualism, and the problem of the securitization of the soul
Natalija Majsova.
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登録日 2020.06.27
更新日 2020.06.28