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Conrad, eds., Die Nation schreiben: Geschichtswissenschaft im Vergleich (Göttingen: Arnd Bauerkämper NOT DUSK, BUT DAWN: THE CULTURAL TURN AND GERMAN SOCIAL HISTORY AFTER 1990 Arnd Bauerkämper40 characterized by its dual definition as a field of research (social structures, process- es, actions

In: East Central Europe

Sergei I. Zhuk, Soviet Americana: The Cultural History of Russian and Ukrainian Americanists (London: I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd., 2018), 323 pp., $110.00 (hb), 9781784539108. Sergei I. Zhuk, Professor of History at Ball State University, has written an engaging study of the academic research

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

revisit the old histories through the prism of modified questions and sources. Often ignored and certainly understudied during the ascendancy of the new social and cultural histories, diplomatic history has in recent decades made a striking comeback, both in the public sphere and in the halls of academia

In: Journal of Modern Russian History and Historiography
Author: Laszlo Deme

Workshop: Essays on the Cultural History o f Vi- enna a n d Budapest. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999. x x i i i , 249 pp.$15.95 (paper). The late Peter Hanak (1921-97) was a renowned fellow of the Historical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for forty-five years. Although he

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: Edwina Cruise

Maurice Friedberg. Literary Translation in Russia: A Cultural History. Univer- sity Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University P r e s s , 1997, vii, 224 pp. $42.50. For most Russianists who teach literature in English, preoooupation with translation is ongoing: by what criteria to c h o o s e

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: George E. Munro

history," Schmidt intends to juxtapose his approach against one based purely on the aesthetics of architecture. Except for a few comments in the introductory chapter, however, this "cultural" element seems somehow lost until the concluding chapter, where a convincing argument is offered for the

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: William Frawley

civil society is not his primary focus, his dismissal of this complex question is a minor issue. This monograph is most suited for advanced undergraduates and graduate stu- dents. Susan Costanzo Western Washington University Irina Sirotkina. D i a g n o s i n g Literary Genius: A Cultural

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

Nicholas Rzhevsky’s The Modern Russian Theater: A Literary and Cultural History represents a life-long scholarly quest for the interconnections among the disciplines that figure in its title. This is not an introduction for laymen, but an Icon and Axe with theater at it core. This is a

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Authors: V. Tomilova and N. Tomilov

142 EXPERIMENT Vol. 15 REFERENCE MATERIAL Презентации Tomilov N., Tomilova V. The journal «Cultural Research in Siberia» and its place in the study of history and culture (on the 10th anniversary of its founding) This шticle is devoted to examining the mle ofthe journal «КУЛЬ ТУРО

In: Experiment
Author: JamesY. Simms

Michael Ostling University of Toronto Cathy Frierson. All Russia is Burning: A Cultural History o f F i r e a n d Arson in Late Imperial Russia. Seattle and London: University o f Washington Press, 2002. x, 318 pp. $45.00. J a m e s Y. Simms, Jr. Hampden-Sydney College

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies