пятница, 1 марта 2013 г.

Rites of Place: Public Commemoration in Russia and Eastern Europe

Rites of Place: Public Commemoration in Russia and Eastern Europe. Edited and with an introduction by Julie Buckler and Emily D. Johnson.
Northwestern University Press: Evanston, Illinois, 2013.

Introduction  Julie Buckler and Emily D. Johnson

Part 1: Reconstituting Urban Space

Transporting Jerusalem: The Epiphany Ritual in Early St. Petersburg   Michael S. Flier

Prague Funerals: How Czech National Symbols Conquered and Defended Public Space  Marek Nekula

A “Monstrous Staircase”: Inscribing the 1905 Revolution on Odessa  Rebecca Stanton

Jubilation Deferred: The Belated Commemoration of the 250th Anniversary of St. Petersburg/Leningrad  Emily D. Johnson

Part 2: The Art and Culture of Commemoration

The Portrait Mode: Zhukovsky, Pushkin, and the Gallery of 1812  Luba Golburt

An Island of Antiquity: The Double Life of Talashkino in Russia and Beyond  Katia Dianina

From Lenin’s Tomb to Avtovo Station: Illusion and Spectacle in Soviet Subterranean Space   Julia Bekman Chadaga

From Public, to Private, to Public Again: International Women’s Day in Post- Soviet Russia   Choi Chatterjee

Part 3: Military and Battlefield Commemorations

Taking and Retaking the Field: Borodino as a Site of Collective Memory   Julie Buckler

Who to Lead the Slavs? Poles, Russians, and the 1910 Anniversary of the Battle of Grunwald    Patrice M. Dabrowski

Moscow’s First World War Memorial and Ninety Years of Contested Memory    Karen Petrone

Part 4 Commemorating Trauma

Memory as the Anchor of Sovereignty: Katyn and the Charge of Genocide   James von Geldern

Postcolonial Estrangements: Claiming a Space Between Stalin and Hitler   Serguei Alex. Oushakine

Prisons into Museums: Fashioning a Post- Communist “Place of Memory”   Cristina Vatulescu

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