Vol 22 (2005)

Words, Deeds and Values. The Intelligentsia in Russia and Poland during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Iditorial board: Lars Steensland (General editor)

Fiona Björling

Barbara Törnquist-Plewa

 

Assistant editor: Alexander Pereswetoff-Morath

 

ISSN: 0346-8712

ISBN: 91-970201-9-2

Innehållsförteckning

Articles

Introduction
Fiona Björling
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Polish conceptions of the intelligentsia and its calling
Andrzej Walecki
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Cartography and the collected nation in Joachim Lelewel's geographical imagination: a revised approach to intelligentsia
Steven J. Seegel
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Императорский университет в Варшаве : проблемы польско-российских взаимоотношений (1869-1915)
S.I Michal'čenko
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Польско-российское интеллектуальное соперничество в Беларуси и становление ее национального самосознания (век девятнадцатый): Опыт историко-антропологической реконструкции
V.B Evarouskij (Evorovskij)
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Stereotypes of the Pole in Russian public discourse: the case of russification in the empire's Western region in the mid-nineteenth century
Michael Dolbilov
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The provincial in intelligentsia and social values in Nižnij Novgorod 1838-1891
Catherine Evtuhov
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The jewish intelligentsia, state administration, and the myth of conversion in tsarist Russia
Eugene Avrutin
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The origins of terrorism among the Russian narodniki
Alan P. Pollard
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Law and morality: the Russian debate at the turn of the century
Anita Schlüchter
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Images of madness in visual art: a Russian Symbolist iconography
Julie Hansen
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The First World War and the crisis in the mentality of the art intelligentsia
Irina Kupcova
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The non-bolshevik intelligentsia of the Don in 1917 and the early 1920s
Natalija Rešetova
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Исторические уроки высылки : К 8о-летию административной высылки большевиками значительной группы видных российских интеллигентов
A.V Kvakin
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Русская газета в Польше : Литература и политика
N.A Bogomolov
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The intelligentsia and Russia's twentieth-century crisis of trust
Geoffrey Hosking
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Cine-intellectuals or cine-proletariat? Ideologica allegiances and professional identities in early Soviet cinema
Oksana Sarkisova
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Художник в годы позднего сталинизма: Повседневная жизнь и(ли) идеология
G.A Jankovskaja
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Fazil' Iskander: cultural bilingualism and the writings in Russian of the non-Russian intelligentsia
Tatjana Kudrjavtseva
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Drafting the Third Party Programme: the intelligentsia and the de-Stalinisation of Soviet ideology 1952-61
Mark Sandle
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'Sociomorphs', Soviet social theory, and philosophy: an essay on intellectual practices
E.M. Swiderski
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The construction of a European identity in post-Soviet Russia: another elite project?
Flemming Splidsboel-Hansen
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How religous is the contemporary Russian intelligentsia? Sociological aspects of the religous situation in Russia
Inna Naletova
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A 'religous intelligentsia' in present-day Russia? Towards responsibility and engaged reflection
Jonathan Sutton
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The Polish intelligentsia and modernity: the search for new moral sources
Krzysztof Stala
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New Middle Ages or new Renassance? Rethinking the humanist legacy in the post-communist world
Nina Witoszek, Andrew Brennan
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