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(POST)IMPERIAL IMAGINATION AND CULTURAL POLITICS

Special Issue

 

Editorial Preface

 

FACTS AND MYTHS IN RUSSIAN IMPERIAL CARTOGRAPHY

Vera Proskurina. The Landscape of Empire: Catherine the Great’s Antidote for the Voyage en Sibérie, or The Borders of European Civilization

33 Evgeny Ponamarev. The Russian Imperial Travelogue

 

THE IMPERIAL IMAGINATION AND OTHERNESS

45 Olga Mayorova. Finding Russianness in Imperial Space: Paradoxes in Leskov’s Story At the Edge of the World

60 Mikhail Dolbilov. A City Hardly One’s Own Yet Not Fully Alien: Vilna in the Russians’ Imperial and Nationalist Imagination (from the 1860s to the Early Twentieth Century)

 

THE IMPERIAL IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE LITERARY FIELD

77 Heinrich Kirschbaum. Generic Imperialisms. The Argument over the Appurtenance of Thoughts

93 Evgeny Ponomarev. The Export and Re-export of Socialist Realism. Eastern European Literatures in the Context of the Soviet Thick Journal (late 1940s)

 

IMPERIAL BUREAUCRACY AND MODELS OF NATIONAL IDENTITY

113 Kirill Solovyov. Bureaucracy vs. Bureaucracy: Paradoxes of Government Service in Late Nineteenth-century/Early Twentieth-century Russia

122 Alexander Kotov. 1860s “Russian Catholicism” as an Element of the Ideology of Bureaucratic Nationalism

 

THE SEMANTICS OF IMPERIAL SPACES

137 Andrei Teslya. Ukrainophiles in a “General Russian” Context: The Public Writings of N. Kostomarov, 1861—1883

154 Ekaterina Boltunova. The Space of the (Departed) Hero: The Image of the Leader, Historical Memory and the Memorial Tradition in Russia (Regarding the Yeltsin Center)

 

HYBRID LANGUAGES OF IMPERIAL CONSCIOUSNESS

174 Ilya GerasimovSergey GlebovMarina Mogilner. Hybridity: Marrism and the Imperial Situation’s Questions of Language

207 Dina Khapaeva. Slavish Dreams of Imperial Greatness

237 Alek D. Epstein. Between Religious Doubts and Unbelief: The Transformation of Intellectual Discourse and Political Rhetoric before the Downfall of the Ancien Régime

 

BEING VISIBLE: TECHNIQUES OF THE AUTHORITATIVE GAZE IN IMPERIAL ETHNOGRAPHIC PHOTOGRAPHY

260 Evgeniy Savitskiy. Demons at the Zoo: Contemporary Art and the Colonization of the Far North in 1890s Russia

285 Nadezhda Krylova. The Nerchinsk Katorga: An Ethnographic View of the Russian Empire in Photographs of “Types and Species” During the Final Quarter of the Nineteenth Century

 

THE INBORN CRIMINAL: CRIMINAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE

312 Riccardo Nicolosi. From the Guest Editor

318 Marina Mogilner. The Empire-Born Criminal: Atavism, Survivals, Irrational Instincts, and the Fate of Russian Imperial Modernity (trans. Nina Stavrogina)

342 Louise McReynolds. P.I. Kovalevskii: Criminal Anthropology and Great Russian Nationalism (trans. Nina Stavrogina)

360 Riccardo Nicolosi. Criminality, Lombroso and Russian Literature. Narratives of Inborn Criminality and Atavism in Late Imperial Russia (1880—1900) (trans. Nina Stavrogina)

 

THE POSTCOLONIAL AND THE IMPERIAL IN LITERATURE

383 Natalia Poltavtseva. On the Other Side of the Colonial, or Colonial Wonderland: (From the Guest Editor)

386 Gasan Gusejnov. Russian, Soviet and Other in Post-Stalin National Discourse: Initial Remarks

397 Tamara Hundorova. Transitional Culture and Post-Colonial Ressentiment

407 Natalia Poltavtseva. A Dynamic Model of (Post-)Colonial Studies: The Sociocultural Paradigm of Conflict as a Form of Social Interaction

 

THE POSTCOLONIALITY OF POST-SOVIET LITERATURES: CONSTRUCTING THE ETHNIC

420 Klavdia SmolaDirk Uffelmann. Introduction

429 Klavdia Smola. Postcolonial Literatures of the North: Autoethnography and Ethnopoetics

448 Kirill Korchagin. “When we replace our world…”: The Fergana School of Poetry in Search of a Post-Colonial Subject

471 Dirk Uffelmann. Playing Nomadism, or Postcoloniality as a Literary Device (the Case of Il’dar Abuzyarov) (trans. Nina Stavrogina)

489 Stanislav Lvovsky. The Lowland’s Children: German Sadulaev as a Post-Soviet and a (Post-) Colonial Writer

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

509 Aleksei Vasiliev. Nationalizing Empires: Leaving the ‘Westfalk Orthodoxy’ (Review of: Nationalizing Empires. Budapest; N.Y., 2015)

519 Maria Leskinen. On Russian Imperial Social Estates (Review of: Smith A.K. For the Common Good and Their Own Well-Being: Social Estates in Imperial Russia. Oxford; N.Y., 2014)

527 Svetlana Limanova. From the History of Ideas to the Interpretation of Images: The Visual Turn in R. Wortman’s Scholarship (Review of: Wortman R. Visual Texts, Ceremonial Texts, Texts of Exploration: Collected Articles on the Representation of Russian Monarchy. Boston, 2014)

535 Kirill Solovyov. From Self-led Social Activity to Soviet Sociality (Review of: Obshchestvennost’ and Civic Agency in Late Imperial and Soviet Russia: Interface between State and Society. Basing-stoke; N.Y., 2015)

542 Evgeny Dobrenko. Anglo-American Historiography of Stalinism: Groping the Elephant (Review of: David-Fox M. Crossing Borders: Modernity, Ideology, and Culture in Russia and the Soviet Union. Pittsburgh, 2015)

547 Artyom Zubov. The American Imperial Gothic and a Sociology of the Fantastic (Review of: Höglund J. The American Imperial Gothic: Popular Culture, Empire, Violence. Farnham; Burlington, VT, 2014)

 

CHRONICLE OF SCHOLARLY LIFE

552 Svetlana Sirotinina, Clemens Guenther. Echoes of Empire. Postcolonies of Communism (Princeton University, 13—15 May 2016)

560 Andrei Kabatskov. Stalinism and War (Moscow Higher School of Economics, 24—26 May 2016)

575 Olga Breininger. Conference of the Northeastern Association for the Study of Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia (NYU / Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, 2 April 2016)

578  Alexandra Tsibulya. Sixth Annual Prigov Readings: Dmitri Alexandrovich Prigov’s Encyclopedia (RAS Institute of Russian Literature (Pushkin House), 16—18 May 2016)

 

587 Summary

597 Table of Contents

601 Our Authors

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