“Greater Britain” into “Greater Russia”: A Case of Imagining Empire and Nation in the Early Twentieth Century Russian Empire
Issue 7: Cahiers Parisiens/Parisian Notebooks. , P., Chicago: University of Chicago Center in Paris, 2014
, , in: Russian Empire: Space, People, Power, 1700-1930. .: Bloomington, Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2007.. P. 455-493.
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Bloomington: Slavica Publications, 2014
This volume brings together a group of prominent scholars from Russia, Europe, and the United States to examine how the cataclysmic clash of the Russian Empire with its three imperial neighbors and its aftermath changed the empire and spurred the rapid radicalization of nationalism. Many of the essays take a conceptual approach, looking for new ...
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, , et al., Уральский исторический вестник 2013 Т. 40 № 3 С. 6-19
The topic of the round table discussion opening this issue of the “Ural Historical Vestnik” is the history of the Romanov’s dynasty which was reigning in Russia in the 17th — early 20th centuries. In commemoration of the jubilee — 400 years of the dynasty’s accession to power — the participants of the discussion voiced ...
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, Философские науки 2013 № 7 С. 96-104
There were two equivalent geniuses in the history of nineteenth centuries thought, the period when all main meanings of Russian mentality were being organized and reflections about possible destiny of Russia in the context of world history were being established. Their names are Konstantin Leontiev and Vladimir Solovyov. The both have their backgrounds in Slavyanofil's ...
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Цивилизация и империя как способ воображения культурно-политического сообщества в концепциях В.Л.Цымбурского и В.К.Кантора
, Управленческое консультирование 2013 № 8 С. 73-82
This article analyzes “civilization” and “empire” as imagined political communities in the concepts and V.L.Tsymbursky V.K.Kantor. Civilizational model of V.Tsymbursky as well as an imperial model of V.K.Kantor are shown as important steps towards overcoming the model of ethno-national community. However, the article reveals "duality" of these authors attempt to combine and civilization, and a ...
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Review on: Averil Cameron, ‘Byzantine Matters’. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2014.
, European Review of History: Revue europeenne d’histoire 2015 Vol. 22 No. 6 P. 1003-1004
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, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 2017 Vol. 18 No. 3 P. 619-627
Tens of millions of Soviet citizens lived among a national group to which they did not belong. Upheaval resulting from war, revolution, aggressive industrialization drives, and forced migrations resulted in significant population mixing. To examine this process, Eric Scott, athour of 'Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of the Soviet Empire' offers his ...
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, В кн.: Imperio. Nella storia della Russia tra realta e nostalgia. .: Napoli: M.D'Auria, 2013.. С. 95-103.
The paper studies the idea of the empire during the period of Peter the Great. The author contends that Peter was the creator of Russian Empire, and the war with Sweden in 1700-1721 was the crucial step in the process. ...
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, , et al., XLinguae 2018 Vol. 11 No. 2 P. 557-565
The article presents the results of the research of media image of Russia as a great power in the international political media discourse. The main method used was the content analysis of a corpus of American, British, German, French and Spanish printed media texts during the period from 2000 to the present time. Despite the ...
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, В кн.: Интернет и идеологические движения в России. .: М.: Новое литературное обозрение, 2016.. С. 74-134.
Глава посвящена интернет-образу российского националистического движения. В ней описывается круг современных трактовок национализма и неразрывно связанного с ним понятия нации, а также предлагается общая характеристика русского националистического течения в исторической ретроспективе. Затем на основе эмпирических интернет - данных анализируется российский националистический дискурс в 2012 и 2014 гг. Анализ позволил заключить, что русскому национализму, несмотря на ...
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Napoli: M.D'Auria, 2013
The volume present papers on different aspects of the history of Russian Empire. ...
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P., Chicago: University of Chicago Center in Paris, 2014
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, Форум новейшей восточноевропейской истории и культуры 2013 Т. 2 С. 255-280
Twenty-two years have passed since the moment when the USSR ceased to exist but Russian intellectuals continue their debates about the meaning of this event. Some of them conceive of this historical moment as the end of the empire and the crisis of national identities. They depict Russian history as the succession of traumatic blows ...
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Centres and Peripheries in the Post-Soviet Space: Relevance and Meanings of a Classical Distinction.
Bern: Peter Lang, 2020
Like all empires, the Soviet Empire was also based on the distinction centre–periphery. Although the Soviet Empire no longer exists, relationships between centres and peripheries still shape realities in the region. The book analyses the relevance of this distinction for the understanding of political, economic, and cultural realities in the post-Soviet space. Case studies provided ...
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, Вестник Российского университета дружбы народов. Серия: Философия 2016 № 2 С. 122-127
В статье рассмотрена идея телесной модификации как эмансипаторной практики, которую можно обнаружить в работе Негри и Хардта "Империя".Теоретики считают телесные преобразования первым признаком антропологического исхода - трансформации субъекта, которая способна избавить его от капиталистической эксплуатации. С целью проблематизации этой идеи мы обращаемся к телесным мотивам в творчестве Кроненберга. ...
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, Russia in Global Affairs 2009 Т. 7 № 6 С. 154-163
Until a method is found in Russia for generating a non-Soviet (different from the restoration of the pre-Soviet) central system of values, democratic institutions and practices will remain weak. Moreover, the vectors of movement for post-Soviet polities, which twenty years ago were labeled as a “democratic transition” in a burst of overly audacious hope, will ...
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Dorchester: Ashgate, 2013
In 1991 the Soviet empire collapsed, at a stroke throwing the certainties of the Cold War world into flux. Yet despite the dramatic end of this 'last empire', the idea of empire is still alive and well, its language and concepts feeding into public debate and academic research. Bringing together a multidisciplinary and international group ...
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Changan e Roma: I incontro delle due culture Diffusione e sviluppo del sistema del Diritto Romano e il Diritto Cinese ( Fondamenti romani (bizantini) dell impero russo ed aeternum foedus con i impero cinese (1689))
, Changan e Roma: I incontro delle due culture Diffusione e sviluppo del sistema del Diritto Romano e il Diritto Cinese ( Fondamenti romani (bizantini) dell impero russo ed aeternum foedus con i impero cinese (1689)) / Universita Nord Ovesti di Scienze politiche e Giurisprudenza. Series Atti del seminarioAtti del seminario "Changan e Roma: I incontro delle due culture Diffusione e sviluppo del sistema del Diritto Romano e il Diritto Cinese". 2013.
The present article is devoted to the study of byzantine fundaments of Russian concept «Empire» and the histoiry of legal copperation between Russia and China. First of all the author points our attention to the definition of the term «Tzar», existed in Russian impire, on the influence of the concept Moscow – the Thrid Rome ...
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Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2019
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, , , in: Nuevos retos para la democracia liberal. Nacionalismos y populismos en Europa. .: CEU Universidad San Pablo, 2021.. Ch. 5. P. 153-189.
The imperial idea has deep roots in Russia. Since the XVI century, the Russian state as the "third Rome" and the direct heir of Byzantium expanded in three directions: to the West during defensive wars against the Poles, Swedes, French and Germans; to the South due to victories in offensive wars against the Turks with access ...
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, Valdai International Discussion Club Publication 2020
Great powers create alliances as formal institutions only to the extent necessary, to ensure their own interests. For example, the ability to deploy forces and assets in the event of a military conflict. But as such deployments become unnecessary, as technical capabilities increase or threats decrease, the value of allies becomes increasingly insufficient ...
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Buryat, Mongol and Buddhist: Multiple identities and disentanglement projects in the Baikal region, 1917–1919
, Comparativ: Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung 2013 Vol. 23 No. 3 P. 17-36
The Baikal region in Siberia had long been a zone of interactions between various European, Asian and global actors. Numerous relational spaces which were produced by the interactions were reconstructed in a geographic information system (GIS) and analysed jointly. The fall of the Qing and Russian empires resulted in energetic attempts to redraw administrative and ...
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, В кн.: Исследования по источниковедению истории России (до 1917 г.). .: М.: Российская политическая энциклопедия, 2012.. С. 35-46.
The article concerns the problem of the Russian absolutist monarchy of the XVIII - the beginning of XX-th centuries in a comparative perspective. The social function of absolutism consisted in national integration, cultural unification and social transformation of traditional society by using of legal and coercive measures. The crucial problem is the changing role of ...
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, В кн.: Философия. Язык. Культура. Вып. 5.: СПб.: Алетейя, 2014..
Autonomism is a relatively new post-Marxist school, which is still developing fruitfully, providing us with critical account of the modern society. Although autonomists ground on Marxist «axiomatics», they are quite successful in elaboration of their own social theory and terminology. In my article I demonstrate the major concepts, coined by autonomists, which became later the ...
Added: December 2, 2014