Review on: Nicholas L. Paul, ‘To follow in their footsteps: the Crusades and family memory in the high Middle Ages’. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2013.
European Review of History: Revue europeenne d’histoire. 2014. P. 913-915.
Новые данные о половецких изваяниях из лапидарной коллекции Ставропольского государственного музея-заповедника
, , et al., Проблемы истории, филологии, культуры 2021 № 2 (72) С. 128-144
t. For the fi rst time, 10 Cuman stone statues from the collection of the Stavropol State Museum-Reserve are being put into scientifi c circulation. Three-dimensional polygonal models were created for each statue. A new way of illustrating and studying an archaeological object allows seeing details that elude the eyes of the researcher and more ...
Added: January 2, 2022
Collective and Collected Memory: Photograph as Family History Reclamation in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia
, Slavic Review 2017 Vol. 76
Family photograph as a component of family history reconstructing projects made in the conditions of completely different communication technologies is in the focus of the present paper. Project of Nikolai Schapov (1881-1960), amateur photographer and family historian, is put into comparison with the practices of users of the family social network FamilySpace.ru. ...
Added: November 23, 2016
, Memory Studies 2021 P. 1-14
Memory narratives commonly include characters such as heroes (triumphant or fallen), martyrs, perpetrators, and victims. In recent years, the victim has become the central character in the dominant, western-centric, and globalized memory culture. A victim’s definition is problematic: few existing memory narratives include “ideal,” or innocent victims who suffered meaninglessly. The lines between victims and ...
Added: February 28, 2021
, Электронный научно-образовательный журнал "История" 2020 Т. 11 № 12(98) Часть 1 Статья 7
The article is devoted to a comparative analysis of the formation of modern national identity in Russia and Japan. It is also about the role of the joint historical past of the 20th century and its impact on the process of forming of collective memory. Certain outlook formed during all these years on the events ...
Added: February 12, 2021
, , et al., М.: Аквилон, 2020
The collective monograph is devoted to problems related to the correlation of history, memory and identity. It presents some research results aimed at a comparative analysis of the processes and mechanisms of constructing national and national-state identities. In maintaining and “reformatting” collective memory and identity, the important role belongs to the deep-rooted national historiographic traditions, ...
Added: June 24, 2020
, В кн.: Власть и образ. Очерки потестарной имагологии. .: СПб.: Алетейя, 2010.. С. 48-73.
Автор убедительно продемонстрировал, как архаические изображения шифруют имена, почему порой то, что нам кажется анахронизмом, оказывается шарадой, и каким образом на староанглийских монетах появляется римская волчица. ...
Added: April 13, 2013
Meistererzählungen vom Mittelalter. Epochenimaginationen und Verlaufmuster in der Praxis mediävistischer Disziplinen
Muenchen: Oldenbourg, 2007
Der Begriff "Meistererzählung" ist in den letzten Jahren in der öffentlichen Debatte häufig als Kampfbegriff gebraucht worden, wenn es darum ging, gegnerische Positionen als ideologisch zu brandmarken. Weniger bekannt ist dagegen der Versuch innerhalb der historischen Wissenschaften, diejenigen Meister- oder Metaerzählungen zu identifizieren, die der Praxis des Forschens in spezifischen Disziplinen unausgesprochen zugrundelagen. In diesem ...
Added: October 17, 2013
М.: РОССПЭН, 2016
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A Generation of Revolutionaries. Nikolai Charushin and Russian Populism from the Great Reforms to Perestroika
, , Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2017
Nikolai Charushin's memoirs of his experience as a member of the revolutionary populist movement in Russia are familiar to historians, but A Generation of Revolutionaries provides a broader and more engaging look at the lives and relationships beyond these memoirs. It shows how, after years of incarceration, Charushin and friends thrived in Siberian exile, raising ...
Added: October 22, 2017
, Международный журнал исследований культуры 2019 № 3(36) С. 23-35
The article is aimed at analysis of the process of development of the Polish discourse of memory at the turn of XVIII-XIX centuries, i.e., in the period immediately following the Partitions of the Polish-Lithuanin Commonwealth in the late XVIIIth century. The main tools of analysis are the psychoanalytic approach to culture, based on the concepts ...
Added: October 31, 2019
, Исследователь/Researcher 2020 № 1 С. 391-398
At the end of 2019, the editorial board of the Researcher magazine lost two outstanding and personalities who made a significant contribution to the development of youth’s research activity in Russia: Academician Konstantin Georgievich Skryabin and Vitaliy Grigorievich Bezrogov. This note precedes the detailed memorial articles by M. G. Sergeeva about K. G. Scriabin and ...
Added: May 30, 2020
, , Журнал институциональных исследований 2016 Т. 8 № 2 С. 120-133
The presented paper focuses on the phenomena of «commercialization of nostalgia» which is defined as the use of Soviet attributes, symbols and artefacts in promotion and branding of contemporary market goods. What can be evident for any observer and what was highlighted by Russian scholars is that Soviet stylistics gain popularity within contemporary gastronomy. Authors ...
Added: July 1, 2016
‘Remembrances of the the Distant Past’: Generational Memory and Collective Auto/Biography of the Russian Populists in the Revolutionary Era
, , Slavonic and East European Review 2018 Vol. 96 No. 1 P. 67-93
Russian Populists of the 1870s generation who remained in the country after 1917 struggled to find a place in the new society but also to defend their legacy as genuine revolutionaries who had pursued a different path from that of the Bolsheviks. Working collaboratively with others of his generation, many of whom were now members ...
Added: October 22, 2016
Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2019
The volume is dedicated to various issues related to knowledge transmission and dissemination in the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ...
Added: January 31, 2019
, В кн.: Colloquia Russica. Series I. Vol. 9: Rus’ and Poland (10th–14th centuries).: Kraków: Historia Iagellonica, 2019.. С. 169-181.
Great Schism of 1054 was primary a local event of a moderate impact on multi-levelled ties within the world of European Christianity. After some time the bias against “Latins” had nevertheless outweighted the reasons of real politics and practices of everyday communication. Some argue that the change in the perception of the West was caused ...
Added: October 21, 2019
, Социологическое обозрение 2013 Т. 12 № 1 С. 121-138
Ron Eyerman is one of the authors of the cultural theory trauma, that was introduced by him and Jeffrey Alexander. This text may be seen as a case-study, that underlines and illuminates some of the main features of the theory. Using the example of three significant social theory texts, Horkheimer and Adorno’s Dialectic of Enlightenment, ...
Added: December 6, 2013
Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2006
This book brings together a group of leading experts on the political history of Germany and the medieval Empire from the Carolingian period to the end of the Middle Ages. Its purpose is to introduce and analyze key concepts in the study of medieval political culture. The representation of power by means of texts, buildings ...
Added: October 26, 2013
Collective Remembrance: The Napoleonic War of 1812 in Russian society’s historical memory in the nineteenth–twentieth centuries
, , in: Memory and Mythology: Modern War and the Construction of Historical Memory, 1775-2000. .: Dublin, Palo Alto, Bethesda: Academica press, 2013.. P. 81-104.
Added: October 22, 2016
, , Психология. Журнал Высшей школы экономики 2013 Т. 10 № 3 С. 75-86
Subjects in an experimental study were asked to remember objects associated with artificial names. The pronunciation of object names led to decrease in the memory performance concerning specific qualities of objects; the same effect was not found for pronunciation of cues concerning object location. The authors discuss the role of words in perceptual categorization. ...
Added: September 30, 2013
, Revista Portuguesa de Historia 2021
The article analyzes rituals, topoi and forms of the notarial acts that are related to the medieval Portuguese university, Basing on this type of sources (that have been underestimated by the previous historiographic tradition) it analyzes the evolution of the social structure and self-consciousness the academic corporation. ...
Added: October 23, 2018
Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
This collected volume is the first to study the interface between contemporary social movements, cultural memory and digital media. Establishing the digital memory work practices of social movements as an important area of research, it reveals how activists use digital media to lay claim to, circulate and curate cultural memories. Interdisciplinary in scope, its contributors address mobilizations of mediated remembrance ...
Added: October 5, 2020
, Mediascapes of Memory: Popular Discussions about History on Russian Social Media Sites / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP "Working Papers of Humanities". 2016. No. В печати.
The article explores ways of talking about history on different online media sites. Exploring people’s online talks about history I discovered a profound difference in ways of shaping the past in diverse media spaces: Users of Vkontakte, LiveJournal and Ekaterinburg online forum talk about history differently. However the ways of discussing history online are affected not ...
Added: October 20, 2016
, Footpath 2013 No. 7(2) January 2013 – December 2013 P. 31-39
The articles deals with a volume of Adam Thorpe’s short stories entitled ‘Is This the Way You Said?’, which can provide Russian students with the insights into modern English prose and some processes of everyday life. ...
Added: June 10, 2014
Processing of negative stimuli facilitates event-based prospective memory only under low memory load.
, , , Journal of Cognitive Psychology 2017 P. 1-9
Event-based prospective memory (PM) is related to the ability to execute a previously planned action at the appropriate situation. Previous literature showed enhanced performance when emotional stimuli are used as PM targets. However, it was entirely unexplored whether this effect is susceptible to prospective memory load (PML), related to the number of target events that ...
Added: October 19, 2017