Bulgakowa
Castells-Kiselyova
Clark
Condee
Dobrenko
Dubin
Gudkov
Holquist
Ivanova
Kortunov
Levinson
Lipman
Maticj
Mau
Pain
Talbott
Taruskin
Tupitsyn
Volkov
Zorin

RUSSIA AT THE END
OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY:
CULTURE AND ITS HORIZONS IN POLITICS AND SOCIETY

Conference Papers
Stanford University. October 1998

Compiled and Edited by Gregory Freidin. Stanford University, 2000

 

Table of Contents

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Part I.                   Russia and Artistic Imagination: Contemporary Art and Music  

THE CITY: AFTER AND DOUBLE AFTER

Margarita Tupitsyn

THE DEATH OF RUSSIAN CINEMA, OR SOCHI: RUSSIAíS LAST RESORT

Nancy Condee

The Birth of Contemporary Russia out of the Spirit of Russian Music

Richard Taruskin

Music Recital

 Thomas Schultz, piano

SUSAN FREIER, violin

 

Part II.                The New Russia Defines Her Past 

CONSTRUCTING A NEW PAST: THE SOVIET EXPERIENCE IN POST-SOVIET HISTORIOGRAPHY

Peter Holquist

A New Mosaic out of Old Fragments:  Soviet History Re-Codified in Modern Russian Prose

Natalya Ivanova

BETWEEN HISTORY AND THE PAST: (POST-)SOVIET ART OF RE-WRITING

Evgeny Dobrenko

ARCHITECTURE, OR WHERE THE RUSSIANS LIVE IN RUSSIAN FILMS

Oksana Bulgakowa

 Part III.             From Russia's Post-Soviet Space to Russia's Place

GOGOLíS TROIKA: THE CASE FOR STRATEGIC PATIENCE IN A TIME OF TROUBLES

Strobe Talbott

Sovereignity and Ethnic Consolidation of Russia at the End of th Twentieth Century:  Problems, Trends, Alternatives

Emil Paine

RUSSIA AND THE NETWORK SOCIETY: An Analytical Exploration

Manuel Castells and Emma Kiselyova

THE FATE OF RUSSIA: OBSERVATIONS ON "NEW" RUSSIAN IDENTITY

Sergey Kortunov

CONTINUITY AND REVOLUTION IN RUSSIAN SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

            Vladimir Mau

Part IV.              The Emergence of Society and Its Cultures

RUSSIAN INTELLIGENTSIA BETWEEN CLASSICS AND MASS CULTURE

Boris Dubin

NEOTRADITIONALISM AS THE IDEOLOGICAL PROGRAM OF THE WELL-EDUCATED IN RUSSIAN SOCIETY

Lev Gudkov

THE KING IS DEAD, LONG LIVE THE KING: INTELLIGENTSIA IDEOLOGY IN TRANSITION

Katerina Clark

TV AND MASS MEDIA: CONSTRUCTING A NEW RUSSIAN CONSUMER (ADVERTISING IN 1989-1998)

Alexei Levinson

Part V.                 New and Improved: Post-Soviet Institutions,
                            Their Meaning and Practice

WHO IS STRONG WHEN THE STATE IS WEAK: VIOLENT ENTREPRENEURS IN POST-COMMUNIST RUSSIA

Vadim Volokov

"WHACKED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN": BURYING THE MOB

Olga Matich

POLITICAL JOURNALISM IN POST-COMMUNIST RUSSIA

Masha Lipman

ARE WE HAVING FUN YET? RUSSIAN HOLIDAYS IN THE POST-COMMUNIST PERIOD

            Andrey Zorin

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