Ab Imperio, 4/2011

Ab Imperio, 4/2011

 

«The Second World between Comparative and Global Histories»

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METHODOLOGY AND THEORY

From the Editors On the Second World, for the Last Time Bruce Grant. We Are All Eurasian (RUS) Alessandro Stanziani. Mutual Comparison and History: Some Proposals Suggested by the Russian Case (RUS)

HISTORY

  • Chia Yin Hsu : «Railroad Technocracy, Extraterritoriality, and Imperial Lieux de Mémoire in Russian Émigrés’ Manchuria, 1920–1930s»
  • Masha Kirasirova : «“Sons of Muslims” in Moscow: Soviet Central Asian Mediators to the Foreign East, 1955–1962»
  • Timothy Nunan : «Getting Reacquainted with the “Muslims of the USSR”: Staging Soviet Islam in Turkey and Iran, 1978–1982»
  • Elizabeth Bishop : «The Local and the Global: The Iraqi Revolution of 1958 Between Western and Soviet Modernities»
  • Dietrich Beyrau : «Grown in the Soviet Incubator: Soviet Hegemony and the Socialist System in East Central Europe» (RUS)
  • Olga Smolyak. DIY : «A Few Thoughts About Comfort and Inventiveness of a Soviet Man in the 1960s» (RUS)

 

ARCHIVE

Anastasiia Ganich. The Muftiat that Was Not (rus) Proposal of the Draft Law on the Establishing of a Special Spiritual Administration (Muftiat) for the Muslims of the Northern Caucasus» (RUS)

SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY, POLITICAL SCIENCE

Elena Gapova : «National Knowledge and International Recognition: Post-Soviet Academia Fighting for Symbolic Markets» (RUS)

NEWEST MYTHOLOGIES

Mikhail Suslov : «Beyond Empire: Spatial Configurations of Identities in Russian Literary Utopias of the Turn of the Twentieth Century» (RUS)


Emilia Robin

Chercheuse associée à l'UMR SIRICE. Violons d'Ingres : guerre froide, médiation scientifique, logiciels libres

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