Russia's regional identities : the power of the provinces
Russia's regional identities : the power of the provinces / edited by Edith W. Clowes, Gisela Erbslöh and Ani Kokobobo.
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : New York, NY ; Routledge, 2018.
xiii, 292 pages ; 25 cm.
- Other contributors
Clowes, Edith W., editor.
Erbslöh, Gisela, 1950- editor.
Kokobobo, Ani, editor.
- Uniform series
Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series ; 80.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Part I: Framing Russia's Regions
- The Six Waves of Russian Regionalism in European Context, 1830-2000
- Provinces, Regions, Circles, Grids: How Literature Has Shaped Russian Geographical Identity
- Part II: Rethinking European Russian Identities
- Militarized Memory: Patriotic Re-branding in Post-Soviet Pskov
- Wayfinding, Map-making and the Holy Springs of the Orel Region
- How is Voronezh not Paris?
- City Branding in the Russian Provinces
- Part III: Russian Identities in the Urals
- The Strange Case of a Regional Cultural Revolution: Sverdlovsk in the Perestroika Years
- Enchanted Geographies: Aleksei Ivanov and the Aesthetic Management of Ural Regional Identity
- Part IV: Russian Identities in Siberia
- Siberian Regional Identity: Self-perception, Solidarity, or Political Claim?
- Tomsk Regional Identity and the Legacy of the Gulag and Stalinist Repression
- Part V: Regional Identities outside the Orthodox Zone
- National Identity in Post-Soviet Tatarstan: Orthodox Missionaries in Twenty-First Century Tatar Literature and Film
- Women, Memory, and Resistance: Dealing with the Soviet Past in the Volga-Ural Region
- Why Does Russia Need Hadji Murat's Head?
- Hadji Murat, Dagestani Identity, and Russia's Colonial Exploits.
- Subject headings
Regionalism--Social aspects--Russia (Federation)
Russia (Federation)--Civilization--21st century.
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