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Interpreting emotions in Russia and Eastern Europe

Author: Mark D Steinberg; Valeria Sobol
Publisher: DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, ©2011.
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Papers from a conference held at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, in summer 2008.

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Title: Interpreting emotions in Russia and Eastern Europe /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Mark D Steinberg; Valeria Sobol
ISBN: 9780875806532 (clothbound : acid-free paper); 0875806538 (clothbound : acid-free paper)
Notes: Papers from a conference held at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, in summer 2008.
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-280) and index.
Content: "The queen of lofty thoughts" : the cult of melancholy in Russian sentimentalism / Ilya Vinitsky -- Leaving your family in 1797 : two identities of Mikhail Muravʹev / Andrei Zorin -- Radicals and feelings : the 1860s / Victoria Frede -- Shame and modern subjectivities : the rape of Elizaveta Cheremnova / Alexandra Oberländer -- Thinking about feelings : affective dispositions and emotional ties in imperial Russia and the Ottoman Empire / Ronald Grigor Suny -- Bolsheviks and emotional hermeneutics : the great purges, Bukharin, and the February-March Plenum of 1937 / Glennys Young -- Breaking the silence : Iurii Bondarev's quietness between the "sincerity" and "civic emotion" of the thaw / Polly Jones -- Emplaced and displaced : theorizing the emotions of space in the former Yugoslavia / Judith Pintar -- A genealogy of working-class anger : history, emotions, and political economy in Romania's Jiu Valley / Jack Friedman -- Music, emotion, and the "other" : Balkan Roma and the negotiation of exoticism / Carol Silverman -- Emotional blueprints : war songs as an affective medium / Serguei Alex. Oushakine.
Description: 303 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: "The queen of lofty thoughts" : the cult of melancholy in Russian sentimentalism / Ilya Vinitsky -- Leaving your family in 1797 : two identities of Mikhail Muravʹev / Andrei Zorin -- Radicals and feelings : the 1860s / Victoria Frede -- Shame and modern subjectivities : the rape of Elizaveta Cheremnova / Alexandra Oberländer -- Thinking about feelings : affective dispositions and emotional ties in imperial Russia and the Ottoman Empire / Ronald Grigor Suny -- Bolsheviks and emotional hermeneutics : the great purges, Bukharin, and the February-March Plenum of 1937 / Glennys Young -- Breaking the silence : Iurii Bondarev's quietness between the "sincerity" and "civic emotion" of the thaw / Polly Jones -- Emplaced and displaced : theorizing the emotions of space in the former Yugoslavia / Judith Pintar -- A genealogy of working-class anger : history, emotions, and political economy in Romania's Jiu Valley / Jack Friedman -- Music, emotion, and the "other" : Balkan Roma and the negotiation of exoticism / Carol Silverman -- Emotional blueprints : war songs as an affective medium / Serguei Alex. Oushakine.
Responsibility: edited by Mark D. Steinberg and Valeria Sobol.
Genre/Form: Conference proceedings.
History.
Congresses.
Year: ©2011.
Publisher: DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press,
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 2011000920; National Library: 015809928
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: DK32; Dewey No.: 152.40947
OCLC No.: 692288510
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"A significant collection that advances a key subject in an important regional history, it should also be of interest to comparativists."--Peter N. Stearns, Provost and Professor of History, George Read more...

 
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