Words, Bodies, Memory : A Festschrift in honor of Irina Sandomirskaja (häftad)
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Häftad (Danskt band)
Språk
Engelska
Serie
Södertörn Philosophical Studies (del 23)
Antal sidor
479
Utgivningsdatum
2019-08-20
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1
Förlag
Södertörns högskola
Medarbetare
Lane, Tora / Marcia, S Cavalcante Schuback
Dimensioner
227 x 153 x 24 mm
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778 g
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1
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4423:Standard Color 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9789188663726
Words, Bodies, Memory : A Festschrift in honor of Irina Sandomirskaja (häftad)

Words, Bodies, Memory : A Festschrift in honor of Irina Sandomirskaja

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This book is a celebration. It praises the many innovative aspects of Irina Sandomirskaja"s contributions to a variety of fields in the humanities and Slavic studies, in particular through the numerous colleagues who mirror the impact of her work in their own research and thought. As such, this celebration is also an expression of academic gratitude and a gesture of friendship.
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Lars Kleberg is professor emeritus of Slavic languages, writer, translator.
Former head of the Culture Department at Swedish Radio. Tora Lane is project researcher at Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) and the Department of Culture and Education at Sdertrn University. Marcia S Cavalcante Schuback is Professor of Philosophy at Sdertrn University. She specializes in continental philosophy, with a focus on phenomenology, hermeneutics, German Idealism, and contemporary existential philosophy. She is the author of several monographs in Swedish, Portuguese and English.

Innehållsförteckning

foreword.. 11

Besieged by the Future, EGL RINDZEVIIT.. 17

Better Red than Dead – Remembering Cold War Sweden, JOHAN HEGARDT ..31

As if a Town. Wandering with W. G. Sebald in Terezín, MARYAM ADJAM.. 43

In the Cold Cities – Poetics of Self and Memory as Traumatic Continuity in Gennady Gor’s Siege Texts,

POLINA BARSKOVA.. 53

When I was living in Moscow, DISA HÅSTAD.. 63

Chance Encounter in Bad Nauheim, LARS KLEBERG.. 67

Potential Trust (animated neon with 6 stages), ESTHER SHALEV-GERTZ.. 83

Reading and Censorship: Leo Spitzer’s Monographs from WWI, KENNETH J. KNOESPEL.. 89

, MIKHAIL IAMPOLSKI.. 107

Nelly Sachs’ Chorus Poetics, MARCIA SÁ CAVALCANTE SCHUBACK.. 125

A Response in Rhythm – Marina Tsvetaeva’s Poem “ ” (The Return of the Leader) and Sofia Gubaidulina’s Composition “Das Ross” (The Horse), FIONA BJÖRLING.. 141

The Rhythm of Time, HANS RUIN.. 153

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« » . . ), MARK LIPOVETSKY.. 159

The Translator as Trickster: Mark Tarlovskii and Southern Subjectivity, SUSANNA WITT.. 191

Postsocialist Bakhtin Burlesque: YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES performing ‘Cunnilingus in North Korea’, CHARLOTTE BYDLER.. 213

The Merry Widow and Socialist Realism, PER-ARNE BODIN.. 231

Rodimaia storonka? A Ukrainian Director Films a Russian Poem in 1934, NATASCHA DRUBEK.. 245

Cruel Romances of War: Victimhood and Witnessing After Afghanistan, SERGUEI ALEX OUSHAKINE.. 269

: Europa, ALEKSEI SEMENENKO.. 297

The Representation of Public Memory in the Millennium Artistic Projects +2000/-2000, Even by Osvaldo Romberg, and General Reminder by János Sugár and Yuri Leiderman (edition 2), ANNA KHARKINA.. 305

The Three Great Stimulants, MAGNUS BÄRTÅS.. 315

Totalitarianism and the Experience of Experience, TORA LANE.. 323

On Grammatical Meanings, JOHN SWEDENMARK.. 331

How Lenin’s Language Was Made: Russian Formalists on the Material of History and Technique of Ideology,

ILYA KALININ.. 335

“We Have Turned into Wild Beasts.  Why Are We Here?”: Russians, Assyrians and Kurds in Northern Persia during World War I, DAVID GAUNT.. 347

Kropotkin on Violence: Memoirs of a Revolutionist, KARIN GRELZ.. 361

Taking Over Gallows Hill, ANDREAS GEDIN.. 369

Bringing back space to the historiography of Russia, KARL SCHLÖGEL.. 375

Stalin’s Two Bodies? A Socio-Political Dimension, KIRILL POSTOUTENKO.. 379

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