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An empire of others : creating ethnographic knowledge in imperial Russia and the USSR / edited by Roland Cvetkovski and Alexis Hofmeister.

Publication:
Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2014.
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vi, 407 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Subjects:
Ethnology -- Russia -- History.
Ethnology -- Soviet Union -- History.
Ethnology.
Russia.
Soviet Union.
Local subjects:
Ethnology / Russia / History. (search)
Ethnology / Soviet Union / History. (search)
Form/Genre:
History.
Contents:
Introduction: on the making of ethnographic knowledge in Russia / Roland Cvetkovski
Imperial case studies: Russian and British ethnographic theory / Alexis Hofmeister
Paradigms. Russian ethnography as a science: truths claimed, trails followed / Alexei Elfimov ; Beyond, against, and with ethnography: physical anthropology as a science of Russian modernity / Marina Mogilner ; Ethnography, Marxism and Soviet ideology / Sergei Alymov ; Ethnogenesis and historiography: historical narratives for Central Asia, 1940s-1950s / Sergey Abashin
Representations. Symbols, conventions and practices: visual representation of ethnographic knowledge on Siberia in early modern maps and reports / Maike Sach ; Empire complex: arrangements in the Russian ethnographic museum, 1910 / Roland Cvetkovski ; Learning about the nation: ethnographical representations of children, representations of ethnography for children / Catriona Kelly
Peoples. Siberian ruptures: dilemmas of ethnography in imperial situation / Sergey glebov ; Concepts of Ukrainian folklore and the transition from imperial Russia to Stalin's Soviet empire / Angela Rustemeyer ; No love affair: Ingush and Chechen imperial ethnographies / Christian Dettmering ; National inventions: the imperial emancipation of the Karaites from jewishness / Mikhail Kizilov.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Cvetkovski, Roland, editor of compilation.
Hofmeister, Alexis, editor of compilation.
ISBN:
9786155225765 (hardbound)
6155225761 (hardbound)
OCLC:
879304343