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Russian cultural studies : an introduction / edited by Catriona Kelly and David Shepherd.

Publication:
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1998.
Format/Description:
Book
xiv, 428 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Subjects:
Soviet Union -- Civilization.
Literature and society -- Soviet Union.
Contents:
Introduction: why cultural studies? / Catriona Kelly ... [et al.]
'Revolutionary' models for high literature: resisting poetics / Peter Kenez, David Shepherd
Culture and crisis: the intelligentsia and literature after 1953 / Stephen Lovell, Rosalind Marsh
Performing culture: theatre / Birgit Beumers
Music in the Socialist state / Anna Ferenc
Soviet music after the death of Stalin: the legacy of Shostakovich / Gerard McBurney
Building a new reality: the visual arts, 1921-1953 / Catriona Kelly, Robin Milner-Gulland
The art of the political poster / Stephen White
Cinema / Julian Graffy
The media as social engineer / Frank Ellis
Creating a consumer: advertising and commercialization / Catriona Kelly
The retreat from dogmatism: populism under Khrushchev and Brezhnev / Catriona Kelly
Religion and orthodoxy / Jane Ellis
Russian culture and emigration, 1921-1953 / Catriona Kelly
Sexuality / Mark Banting, Catriona Kelly, James Riordan
Gender angst in Russian society and cinema in the post-Stalin era / Lynne Attwood
'The future is ours': youth culture in Russia, 1953 to the present / Hilary Pilkington
Conclusion: towards post-Soviet pluralism? postmodernism and beyond / Catriona Kelly, David Shepherd, Stephen White.
Notes:
"Intended as a companion to 'Constructing Russian culture in the age of revolution, 1881-1940' ... covering a later period until the present day"--Jacket.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contributor:
Kelly, Catriona.
Shepherd, David (David G.)
ISBN:
0198715102 (hardback : alk. paper)
0198715110 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC:
38061577
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