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Autor: L. Siegelbaum
ISBN-13: 9781403969842
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 291
Gewicht: 533 g
Format: 219x148x26 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Introduction: Mapping Private Spheres in the Soviet Context; L.H.Siegelbaum PART ONE: PRIVATE ENTERPRISE AND PRIVATE PROPERTY Claiming Property: The Soviet-Era Private Plots as "Women's Turf"; E.Kingston-Mann The Art Market and the Construction of Soviet Russian Culture; A.Jenks Separate Yet Governed: The Representation of Soviet Property Relations in Civil Law and Public Discourse; C.Hachten Cars, Cars, and More Cars: The Faustian Bargain of the Brezhnev Era; L.H.Siegelbaum PART TWO: DOMESTICITY AND DOMESTIC SPACE Domestic Life and the Activist Wife in the 1930s Soviet Union; R.Neary A Hearth for a Dog: The Paradoxes of Soviet Pet Keeping; A.Nelson The Meaning of Home: "The Only Bit of the World You Can Have to Yourself"; S.E.Reid "I Know All the Secrets of My Neighbors": The Quest for Privacy in the Era of the Separate Apartment; S.E.Harris Private Matters or Public Crimes: The Emergence of Domestic Hooliganism in the Soviet Union, 1939-1966; B.LaPierre PART THREE: BEHAVIOR AND PRIVATE LIFE A Symbiosis of Errors: The Personal, Professional, and Political in the Kirov Region, 1931-1941; L.E.Holmes Friends in Private, Friends in Public: The Phenomenon of the Kompaniia Among Soviet Youth in the 1950s and 60s; J.Fürst The 1959 Liriki-Fiziki Debate: Going Public with the Private?; S.Costanzo
This fascinating book argues that in Russia the relations between culture and nation, art and life, commodity and trash, often diverged from familiar Western European or American versions of modernity. The essays show how public and private overlapped and shaped each other, creating new perspectives on individuals and society in the Soviet Union.
Autor: L. Siegelbaum
ISBN-13:: 9781403969842
ISBN: 1403969841
Verlag: Springer Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave Macmillan US, Macmillan Education
Gewicht: 533g
Seiten: 291
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2006
Sonstiges: Buch, 219x148x26 mm