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Russian national myth in transition

L. Kiseleva

Russian national myth in transition

by L. Kiseleva

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Published by University Of Tartu Press in [Tartur, Estonia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mythology,
  • Russian National characteristics,
  • Ethnicity

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUniversity of Tartu, Department of Slavonic Languages and Literatures, Department of Russian Literature ; managing editor: Ljubov Kisseljova
    SeriesActa Slavica Estonica -- VI, Studia Russica Helsingiensia et Tartuensia -- XIV, Acta slavica estonica -- VI., Studia Russica Helsingiensia et Tartuensia -- XIV.
    ContributionsTartu Ülikool
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJN6584 .R87 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination299 pages
    Number of Pages299
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27203396M
    ISBN 109949327474
    ISBN 109789949327478
    OCLC/WorldCa907451881

    Indeed, the myth of matriarchal prehistory is not a feminist creation, in spite of the aggressively feminist spin it has carried over the past twenty-five years. Since the myth was revived from classical Greek sources in by Johann Jakob Bachofen, it has had—at best—a very mixed record where feminism is .   Much more serious are the hacks of the Democratic National Committee and state election systems, which the Obama administration on Friday officially accused Russian state actors of .

    The myth of the magic lily of the valley. Garden of Eden or as Slavic Gods called their heaven “Nav” was the place where they rejoiced, and a wedding was to be held as the chief god of war, Perun was to be married. The feast has began and while all the Gods were happy on Veles sat there grim and hateful. As a critical case in which conflict did not erupt despite a structural predisposition to ethnic, regional, and even international enmity, the Crimea question is located in the larger context of conflict and conflict prevention studies."--BOOK JACKET.

    Russia: history as myth? Russia: history as myth? 03 November By. Cameron Johnston; On 31 October, the world learned that a branch of the Russian National Security Council (NSC) has been discussing how to combat the ‘falsification of history’ in the run-up to the centenary of the October Revolution in It was a striking, but not. National Art Pass: £ A voluntary donation can be added over the regular ticket price. You will be helping the Library to conserve and share its collection. If you are a UK tax-payer and ‘Gift Aid’ your donation, the Library can reclaim the tax you have paid. Enquiries: +44 (0) [email protected]: Book .


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