2 edition of Contemporary Russian nationalism found in the catalog.
Contemporary Russian nationalism
by Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Soviet and East European Research Centre in Jerusalem
Written in English
|Statement||by Mikhail Agursky.|
|Series||Research paper / The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Soviet and East European Research Centre ;, no. 45, Research paper (Universitaḥ ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim. Merkaz le-meḥḳar ʻal Berit ha-Moʻatsot u-Mizraḥ Eropah) ;, no. 45.|
|LC Classifications||DK38 .A48 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79, iii p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||86119771|
This book deconstructs the equation of nationalism with the extreme right in Russia. Nationalism now extends throughout all of the country and can not be seen as a phenomenon confined to the margins of society. This study rejects the interpretation that understands Kremlin-backed patriotism as simply part of a fascist trend in Russia and as a rapprochement between the political authorities and. Russian historical monuments and of the Russian land itself had become a major nationalist issue. It is understandable ' 1 Robert A. Lewis, Richard H. Rowland, and Ralph S. Clem, Nationality and Population Change in Russia and the USSR: An Evaluation of Census Data, , New York, , p. by:
Flenley, P , From Soviet to Russian identity: the origins of contemporary Russian nationalism and national identity. in B Jenkins & S Sofos (eds), Nation and identity in contemporary Europe. Routledge, London, pp. Cited by: 2. Unlike in most Western countries, Russian ultra-nationalism has become an influential component of post-Soviet mainstream media and intellectual discourse. Aitamurto's densely written, reliably researched and extensively footnoted investigation into contemporary Russian politicized paganism fills a glaring gap in Russian far right studies.
Studies in Contemporary Russia is a series of cutting-edge, contemporary studies. These monographs, joint publications and edited volumes branch out into various disciplines, innovatively combining research methods and theories to approach the core questions of Russian modernisation; how do the dynamics of resources and rules affect the Russian economy and what are the prospects and needs of. The return of Russian nationalism As Putin’s embrace of far-right politics extends deep into the west, Kremlin ideology remains riven with contradictions Russian ultra-nationalists march through.
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Military action in South Ossetia, growing tensions with the United States and NATO, and Russia's relationship with the European Union demonstrate how the issue of Russian nationalism is increasingly at the heart of the international political book considers a wide range of aspects of Russian nationalism, focussing on the Putin : Hardcover.
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The Faces of Contemporary Russian Nationalism. Book Description: In contrast to the substantial output of Western works on the revival of nationalism among the non-Russians in the USSR, the critical phenomenon of Russian nationalism has been little studied in the West.
Here John B. Dunlop measures the strength and political viability of a. Unlike in most Western countries, Russian ultra-nationalism has become an influential component of post-Soviet mainstream media and intellectual discourse.
Aitamurto's densely written, reliably researched and extensively footnoted investigation into contemporary Russian politicized paganism fills a glaring gap in Russian far right by: 4. Follows the transformation of Russian nationalist discourse in the 21st century, from imperialism to ethno-nationalism.
Russian nationalism, previously dominated by ‘imperial’ tendencies – pride in a large, strong and multi-ethnic state able to project its influence abroad – is increasingly focused on ethnic issues. The Paperback of the The Faces of Contemporary Russian Nationalism by John B.
Dunlop at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : John B. Dunlop. Nationalism, national identity, and ethnicity are complex social phenomena worldwide and especially so in post-Soviet Ukraine.
This monograph explores the causes and conditions of post-communist nationalist revivals focusing on the re-emergence of Cossack movements in Russia and Ukraine since the late s. Professor Dunlop's comprehensive discussion depicts for the Western reader the gamut of Russian nationalism from Solzhenitsyn to the vehement National Bolsheviks.
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Get this from a library. The Faces of Contemporary Russian Nationalism. [John B Dunlop] -- In contrast to the substantial output of Western works on the revival of nationalism among the non-Russians in the USSR, the critical phenomenon of Russian nationalism has been little studied in the.
Thus, according to a well-known sculptor, V. Klykov, the Russian idea is Orthodoxy, Autocracy, Nationality." Unfortunately, S.V.
Lebedev did not explain whether "modern patriots" (the book was published in ) were also advocating the return to serfdom, which the author of the triad, so cherished by them, had been vehemently supporting.
Useful for anyone interested in contemporary Russian culture.” —Anne Lounsbery, New York University “The book is a valuable exploration of how the symbolic geography of the provinces as an authentic Russian space is connected to the discourse of Russian nationalism.” —The Russian ReviewAuthor: Lyudmila Parts.
In contrast to the substantial output of Western works on the revival of nationalism among the non-Russians in the USSR, the critical phenomenon of Russian nationalism has been little studied in the John B. Dunlop measures the strength and political viability of a movement that has been steadily growing since the mids and that may well eventually become the ruling ideology of.
Dr Laruelle is seeking to do more than this, however. She is aiming to write a textbook about contemporary Russia, using Russian nationalism as a sort of prism through which to analyze contemporary Russia." - Dr.
Peter Duncan, Senior Lecturer in Russian Politics and Society, University College London School of Slavonic and East European StudiesAuthor: M. Laruelle. The Faces of Contemporary Russian Nationalism by John B. Dunlop A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting. Contemporary Russian nationalism, one of the most influential ideological and political forces in the country, consists of several trends and varieties.
Still, most of them share some remarkably similar characteristics connected with the Manichaean-type of worldview. Laruelle has authored Russian Eurasianism: An Ideology of Empire (Washington, DC: ); In the Name of the Nation: Nationalism and Politics in Contemporary Russia (New York: ); Russia’s Strategies in the Arctic and the Future of the Far North (Armonk, NY: ); and Russian Nationalism: Imaginaries, Doctrines, and Political Battlefields.
There’s a growing “ethnification” in Russian nationalism that has helped give rise to militant Russian nationalist sentiment, as Pal Kolsto describes in Chapter 1 of the survey volume. 1 Contemporary Russian nationalism in the historical struggle between ‘official nationality’ and ‘popular sovereignty’ 2 Imperial and ethnic nationalism: A dilemma of the Russian elite 3 Kremlin’s post national policies: Encountering the merits and perils of identity-based social contractAuthor: Alexandra Kuznetsova.
Dr Laruelle is seeking to do more than this, however. She is aiming to write a textbook about contemporary Russia, using Russian nationalism as a sort of prism through which to analyze contemporary Russia." - Dr. Peter Duncan, Senior Lecturer in Russian Politics and Society, University College London School of Slavonic and East European StudiesBrand: Palgrave Macmillan US.This book looks at the past and present condition of Russian nationalism.
Its chapters examine the influence of tsarist and Soviet official policies upon national identity, and seek to explain the broader political, social and cultural factors which helped or hindered the ambitions of rulers.
The.The New Russian Nationalism: Imperialism, Ethnicity and Authoritarianism – exploring religio-ideological trends in contemporary Russian ethnic nationalism and assessing their potential.
By Russian ethnic nationalists, I refer solely to those individual authors, parties and movements who hold the self-determination of Russians as.