Revolutionary aftereffects : material, social, and cultural legacies of 1917 in Russia today /
"Thirty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, the 1917 Revolution still looms large. Not only because Russians remain divided over whether it arrived forcibly or inevitably, and whether it was a colossally tragic or colossally generative event, but also because the social, cultural, scienti...
|Other Authors / Creators:||Swift, Megan, 1971- editor.|
|Imprint:||Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, |
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Table of Contents:
- The Silent Jubilee, the Blank Space: Spatial and Commemorative Practice around the 1917 Centenary / Megan Swift
- Gentrification, Post-Tourism, and Trauma: Uses of the 1917 Revolution's Memory Places in 2017 Russia / Maria Silina
- Revolutionary Architecture in Russia Today: The Avant-Garde as a Disputed Heritage / Julie Deschepper
- The Stalled Soviet Gender Revolution: Normalized Crisis in Contemporary Russia / Jennifer Utrata
- "Etnos-Thinking" in 1917 and Today / David G. Anderson
- Building the National Park System after 1917: Environmental and Political Empowerment in Territorial Constructs / Michael W. Tripp
- The Hero and the Revolution in the Works of Boris Akunin and Akunin-Chkhartishvili / Elena V. Baraban
- Screening the Revolution: Transformations of the Revolutionary Narrative in Russian Film since the 1960s / Mark Lipovetsky.