Social Identities in Revolutionary Russia

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M. Palat
Palgrave Macmillan UK, Jun 18, 2001 - History - 246 pages
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This volume explores the crisis of identity that faced Russia during and after the Revolution. The essays discuss how a re-evaluation of national identity challenged traditional institutions and ideas, having a direct bearing upon personal identity. Topics include the Stolypin agrarian reform, the fracturing of the Intelligentsia and Church reform. Also included in this volume is Khlebinkov's manifesto An Indo-Russian Union published here in Russian with a new English translation.

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DIETRICH BEYRAU Professor, University of Tübingen, Germany ALEKSANDR VIKTOROVICH BUGANOV Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow GREGORY L. FREEZE Victor and Gwendolyn Beinfield Professor of History, Brandeis University, USA BORIS IVANOVICH KOLONITSKII Institute of History, Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg BOHDAN KRAWCHENKO Vice-Rector, Academy of Public Administration, Office of President of Ukraine JUDITH PALLOT Lecturer, University of Oxford and Official Student of Christ Church HARSHA RAM Assistant Professor, Department of Slavic Language and Literatures, University of California, Berkeley VIACHESLAV VLADIMIROVICH SERBINENKO Professor, Department of History of Russian Philosophy, Russian State University of the Humanities, Moscow HARI VASUDEVAN Professor, Department of History, University of Calcutta

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