Россия и российская эмиграция в воспоминаниях и дневниках. Аннотированный указатель книг, журнальных и газетных публикаций, изданных за рубежом в 1917-1991 гг. В 4 томах
This article describes the results of the application of network analysis to “Kamer-furʹerskij žurnal” by V. Khodasevich. The formalization of the contents of Khodasevich's émigré diary makes it possible to characterize the structure of the community of Russian emigrants. Several concepts about central and marginal émigré figures are elaborated by means of network analysis. Besides, the obtained results allow to verify the opposition between “the older” and “the younger” writers in the émigré literary field of 1920-30s.
The article analyzes the relationship and context of the correspondence of N.V. Valentinov and M.A Aldanov.
There is the editor's foreword (written by Bulat Nazmutdinov) to the letters of political theorist and jurist Nickolai Alexeyev (1879-1964) to economist and geographer Piotr Savitzky (1895-1968). These letters are published for the first time according to archival sources, which are located in Slavonic Library (Prague, Czech Republic). Letters cover the period of 1957-1961 and were sent from Switzerland to Czechoslovakia. They contain Alexeyev’s impressions on the Second World War and Post-War period, his views on academic future, the publication of his papers in “Novyi Zhurnal” (“New Journal”), history of the Eurasianist Movement, everyday life of Russian emigration. Several selected copies of extant letters of Savitzky to Alexeyev are attached.
Transformation of the Soviet youth conception in Russian emigrant press in 1950–1960s is presented in this article. The author traces the transition from the view on the post-war So-viet generation as the potential revolutionary force to the variety of the youth classification and the analysis of different forms of its actions.