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10.06.2017
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В мае 2017 года в британском издательстве Bloomsbury вышла коллективная монография «Материальная культура в России и СССР. Предметы, ценности, идентичности» под редакцией Грэма Робертса, специалиста по советской культуре из университета Нантерр (Париж).

Одну из глав для этой книги под названием «Материальная культура советской деревни 1950–1960-х годов в художественном кинематографе» написали преподаватели исторического факультета Людмила Мазур и Олег Горбачев.

ПЕРЕЙТИ НА САЙТ ИЗДАТЕЛЬСТВА

Material Culture in Russia and the USSR comprises some of the most cutting-edge scholarship across anthropology, history and material and cultural studies relating to Russia and the Soviet Union, from Peter the Great to Putin.

Material culture in Russia and the USSR holds a particularly important role, as the distinction between private and public spheres has at times developed in radically different ways than in many places in the more commonly studied West. With case studies covering alcohol, fashion, cinema, advertising and photography among other topics, this wide-ranging collection offers an unparalleled survey of material culture in Russia and the USSR and addresses core questions such as: what makes Russian and Soviet material culture distinctive; who produces it; what values it portrays; and how it relates to 'high culture' and consumer culture.

List of Figures
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgments

Introduction: Material Culture in Russia and the USSR: Things, Values, Identities Graham H. Roberts, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défence, France

1. Windows in Russian Peasant Dwellings in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries Ivan R. Sokolovskii, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia

2. Equalizing Misery, Differentiating Objects: The Material World of the Stalinist Exile Emilia Koustova, University of Strasbourg, France

3. Constructing Soviet Domesticity and Managing Everyday Life from Khrushchev to Collapse Anna Alekseyeva, University of Oxford, UK

4. Photographs in Contemporary Russian Rural and Urban Interiors Olga Boitsova, University of St. Petersburg, Russia

5. Russian Culture through a Shot Glass: The Shustov Cognac Advertising Campaign 1910-12 Sally West, Truman State University, USA

6. The Invention of Soviet Advertising Marjorie L. Hilton, Murray State University, USA

7. Gender and the Emergence of the Soviet 'Citizen-Consumer' in Comparative Perspective Amy Randall, Santa Clara University, USA

8. 'The Great Soviet Dream': Blue Jeans in the Brezhnev Era and Beyond Natalya Chernyshova, University of Winchester, UK

9. 'The Disco Mafia' and 'Komsomol Capitalism' in Soviet Ukraine during Late Socialism Sergey I. Zhuk, Ball State University, USA

10. The Material Culture of the Soviet Village between the 1950s and the 1980s as Represented in Soviet Feature Cinema Lyudmila Mazur and Oleg Gorbachev, Ural Federal University, Russia

11. The Role of a Number of Key Places and Things of Soviet Material Culture in the Works of Lyudmila Ulitskaya Giulia Gigante, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Afterword Alaina Lemon, University of Michigan, USA

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