3 edition of Slavophile empire found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DK189 .E54 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780801447402, 9780801475924|
|LC Control Number||2009023344|
Dr. Engelstein is a renowned historian who specializes in late imperial Russian history. Her books include The Keys to Happiness, Sex and Happiness for Modernity in Fin de Siècle Russia; Castration and the Heavenly Kingdom, A Russian Folktale; Moscow ; and Slavophile Empire, Imperial Russia's Illiberal Path. Until recently she occupied the. Books by Cullman Center Fellows as of December Forthcoming titles in bold. Translated by Esther Allen. Antonio Di Benedetto, Zama, New York Review Books Classics, Edited by Esther Allen (Fellow) and Susan Bernofsky, In Translation: Translators on Their Work and What It Means, Columbia University Press, Donald Antrim, The Afterlife, Farrar, Straus and .
Books reviewed in this issue. Literature and Fine Arts Levitt, Marcus C. Early Modern Russian Letters: Texts and Contexts. Chandler, Robert. Alexander . An Economist Best Book of the YearA Financial Times Best Book of the YearWinner of the the Pushkin House Russian Book PrizeFinalist for the Lionel Gelber PrizeAn Amazon Best Book of the Month (History)One of the world’s leading scholars offers a fresh interpretation of the linked origins of World War I and the Russian Revolution"Lieven has a /5(2).
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Slavophile Empire book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Twentieth-century Russia, in all its political incarnations, lacked the /5(13).
The essays in Slavophile Empire are a pleasure to read. They illuminate the battle that Russian thinkers and artists waged with one another and with the government to define the terms of Russia's encounter with modernity and indeed to define what it meant to be Russian in a modern world whose categories of thought derived primarily from Europe."Cited by: In Slavophile Empire, the leading historian Laura Engelstein pays particular attention to the Slavophiles and their heirs, whose aversion to the secular individualism of the West and embrace of an idealized version of the native past established a pattern of thinking that had an enduring impact on Russian political by: Twentieth-century Russia, in all its political incarnations, lacked the Slavophile empire book features of the Western liberal model: the rule of law, civil society, and an uncensored public sphere.
In Slavophile Empire, the leading historian Laura Engelstein pays particular attention to Pages: Engelstein asks how Russia's identity came to be defined in terms Slavophile empire book an consensus opposed to Western-style liberalism, examining debates on religion and secularism, the role of culture and the law, and the status of the empire's ethnic peripheries.
Slavophile Empire: Imperial Russia's Illiberal Path. [Laura Engelstein] -- Twentieth-century Russia, in all its political incarnations, lacked the basic features of the Western liberal model: the rule of law, civil society, and an uncensored public sphere. In the book\'s rigorously argued chapters, Engelstein asks how Russia\'s identity as.
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Slavophilia is an intellectual movement originating from the 19th century that wanted the Russian Empire to be developed upon values and institutions derived from its early history.
Slavophiles were especially opposed to the influences of Western Europe in Russia. There were also similar movements in Poland.
Engelstein (Slavophile Empire), professor emerita of Russian history at Yale, chronicles the violence that preempted the “unprecedented and monumental” Russian.
Ivan Kireevskij (–) (Köln-Graz, ), – ; Engelstein, Laura, Slavophile Empire: Imperial Russia's Illiberal Path (Ithaca, NY, ), chaps. 4–5 (I am grateful to Professor Engelstein for sharing uncorrected proofs of her book before its publication date).Cited by: 3.
A simultaneously sweeping and focused history of the Bolshevik Revolution as a brutal co-opting of the legitimate democratic the th anniversary of Lenin's coup, Engelstein (Emerita, Russian History/Yale Univ.; Slavophile Empire: Imperial Russia's Illiberal Path,etc.) concentrates on the ferocious state-building of Brand: Oxford University Press.
A simultaneously sweeping and focused history of the Bolshevik Revolution as a brutal co-opting of the legitimate democratic groundswell.
On the th anniversary of Lenin’s coup, Engelstein (Emerita, Russian History/Yale Univ.; Slavophile Empire: Imperial Russia’s Illiberal Path,etc.) concentrates on the ferocious state-building of the Bolsheviks, which.
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By Laura Engelstein. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, Pp. xiv $ (cloth); $ (paper). The collection of essays that comprise Slavophile Empire represents Laura Engel-stein’s original thoughts over approximately two decades regarding the defeat of. Slavophiles the exponents of Slavophilism, a trend in Russian social and philosophical thought in the ’s and ’s.
The Slavophiles maintained that Russia’s path of historical development was fundamentally different from that of Western Europe. The Slavophiles believed that Russia’s uniqueness lay in the absence of a class struggle in its. Book January In Slavophile Empire, the leading historian Laura Engelstein pays particular attention to the Slavophiles and their heirs, whose aversion to.
Slavophile Empire: Imperial Russia's Illiberal Path by Laura Engelstein two wars, and a major revolt, this carefully crafted book demonstrates the battle for the hearts and minds of the Author: Brian Horowitz.Married to the Empire tells their stories using their own words and though extraordinary research by Susanna Rabow-Edling.
All three were young and newly wed when they left Russia for the furthest outpost of the empire, and all three went through personal and cultural struggles as they worked to adjust to life in the colony.A Failed Empire: The Soviet Union in the Cold War from Stalin to Gorbachev.
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