3 edition of Ideological foundations of Russian slavonism found in the catalog.
Ideological foundations of Russian slavonism
Aleksandr Nikolaevich BriНЎanchaninov
|Statement||by Alexander N. Briantchaninoff. Tr. from the Russian by Madame Sophie de Bellegarde (née Princess Ouroussof)|
|Contributions||Bellegarde, Sofí͡a Petrovna Urusova, Mme., 1956- tr.|
|LC Classifications||DK42 .B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., ii, 30 p.|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||ca 17002016|
For most of the twentieth century Russia’s Great War of was a historical afterthought. Overshadowed by the Bolsheviks’ revolution, the Civil War, and the consolidation of Soviet power, the First World War suffered from relative neglect within professional scholarship, as Soviet and Western experts alike focused their energy on explaining either the decline and fall of the autocracy. Foundation for U.S./NATO-Russia Cooperation in Countering Ideological Support for Terrorism Russia’s central concern with the terrorist challenge has tended to focus on the threat emanating from Chechnya and surrounding regions of the North Caucasus. Prior to 9/11, Russian President Vladimir Putin had attempted to focus international public at-.
The Slavic Native Faith, commonly known as Rodnovery, and rarely as Slavic Neopaganism, is a modern Pagan fied as a new religious movement, its practitioners harken back to the historical belief systems of the Slavic peoples of Central and Eastern Europe, though the movement is inclusive of external influences and hosts a variety of currents. [The] ideological foundations of this campaign may have changed from century to century, but the goal has almost invariably remained the same: advancement of Russia’s national interests."—Simon Saradzhyan, director of the Russia Matters project at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
The specialist said that the rules compiled in the book were not new and were known by experts in old slavic laws, but it was an original book and interesting. They couldn't date the book but thought it was very anterior to the schism. I made a website on X10 hosting with the full scans of the book. In Trotsky’s Challenge: The ‘Literary Discussion’ of and the Fight for the Bolshevik Revolution, Frederick C. Corney examines the political polemic surrounding the publication of Trotsky’s The Lessons of y’s analysis ran counter to the efforts of Bolshevik leaders to fashion the narrative of October as a foundation event in which the Bolshevik Party, under the.
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‘The Ideological Foundations of Trotskyism’ Winner of Ideological foundations of Russian slavonism book Early Slavic Studies Association Book Prize for most outstanding recent scholarly monograph on pre-modern Slavdom.
or the Great Russian nationalist-materialist-imperialist interpretations of the Soviet period. The result is a detailed and fascinating account of the Author: B. Kun. The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr book has had a large influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and it has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military.
Its publication in was well-received in Russia and powerful Russian political figures Author: Aleksandr Dugin. Ideological foundations of Russian slavonism, by Alexander N. Briantchaninoff Tr. from the Russian by Madame Sophie de Bellegarde (née Princess Ouroussof) - Aleksandr Nikolaevich Bri͡anchaninov.
Abstract. 1 p. l., ii, 30 p. (on double leaves Topics: Russia--Politics and government., Russia--Social life and : Aleksandr Nikolaevich Bri͡anchaninov. Although the chapters offer different interpretations and approaches, the book shows that Russian civilizationism is a form of ideological production responding to the challenges of globalization.
The concept of "civilization," while increasingly popular as a conceptual tool in identity formation, is also widely contested in Russia today. Church Slavonic is the sacred language that unites a number of Slavic Orthodox peoples, regardless of their ethnic and/or linguistic heritage.
It is my hope that these resources will bring those who come into contact with this language to a greater understanding of its beauty. A Church Slavonic Primer Lesson One - Lord Have Mercy. Written at the height of Stalin's first "five-year plan" for the industrialization of Soviet Russia and the parallel campaign to collectivize Soviet agriculture, Andrei Platonov's The Foundation Pit registers a dissonant mixture of utopian longings and rmore, it provides essential background to Platonov's parody of the mainstream Soviet "production" novel, which is widely.
According to legend, the Russian Orthodox Church was founded by the Apostle Andrew, who erected a cross at the current location of St. Andrew's Cathedral in Kiev. The communist revolution, which overthrew the Russian monarchy inhad the ideological objective of eliminating religion and targeted the Russian Orthodox Church for destruction.
The Russian people have suffered much hardship during the country’s history. Ideology and a belief in something bigger than their reality was often the driving force that inspired Russians to.
Slavic studies (North America), Slavonic studies (Britain and Ireland) or Slavistics (borrowed from Russian славистика or Polish slawistyka) is the academic field of area studies concerned with Slavic areas, Slavic languages, literature, history, and ally, a Slavist (from Russian славист or Polish slawista) or Slavicist was primarily a linguist or philologist.
The first study to offer a multifaceted account of Eurasianism in the twentieth century and to touch on the movement's intellectual entanglements with history, politics, literature, or geography, this book also explores Eurasianism's influences beyond Russia.
or semi-officially promoting Russian interests often have ties to Russian embassies or centres of science and culture, e.g. the Institute of Slavic Strategic Studies.
Their ideological background is built on pan-Slavic ideological foundations and partly following Alexander Dugin`s Eurasian geopolitical school. The visit, which had been five years in the making, was eagerly anticipated by foundation officials as the first opportunity to secure “reliable knowledge” about the new Russia.
Once in the field, Gregg was confronted by important dilemmas of judgment. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Mass Media in the Post-Soviet World: Market Forces, State Actors, and Political Manipulation in the Informational Environment after Communism (Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society Book ).
A Mellon Slavic Studies Initiative Book This book is part of a five-year initiative for publishing first books by scholars in the fields of Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Rossman’s book offers a valuable introduction to the variety of anti-Semitic ideological positions in contemporary Russia.
The thematic organization of the book makes for good organization and easy reading, with the author's clear prose an additional bonus."—Veljko Vujacic, Canadian Slavonic Reviews: 1. Slavic Review | Citations: | Focuses on East European, Russian, and Eurasian studies.
| Read articles with impact on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. The book demonstrates that the NEP period was not a time of intellectual pluralism and ideological retreat on the part of the Bolsheviks.
On the contrary, from its formative years, the Soviet regime zealously policed the ideological front and laid the institutional and discursive foundations for. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia has been marginalized at the edge of a Western-dominated political and economic system.
In recent years, however, leading Russian figures, including former president Vladimir Putin, have begun to stress a geopolitics that puts Russia at the center of a number of axes: European-Asian, Christian-Muslim-Buddhist, Mediterranean-Indian, Slavic.
Russian literature refers to the literature of Russia and its émigrés and to Russian-language literature. The roots of Russian literature can be traced to the Middle Ages, when epics and chronicles in Old East Slavic were composed.
By the Age of Enlightenment, literature had grown in importance, and from the early s, Russian literature underwent an astounding golden age in poetry, prose.
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Watch the event video here. On Wednesday, Octo the Jordan Center hosted a talk entitled, “What Were They Thinking? Russian intellectuals interpret the revolution, ”, delivered by Jane Burbank, Professor of History and Russian & Slavic Studies at NYU and introduced by Joshua Tucker, Director of the Jordan Center.
The break-up of the Soviet Union inSolzhenitsyn hoped, as he wrote in a Russian newspaper at the time, would lead to the creation of a united Slavic state encompassing Russia.
Basically there are four steps to ideological subversion or "changing the perspective of reality" -- in other words a mass brainwashing. The first step is known as demoralization and it takes