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Slavica Publishers

Website: http://slavica.com

For over thirty years, Slavica Publishers as been widely acclaimed as the leading U.S. publisher of scholarly textbooks on the languages, peoples, literatures, cultures, and history of the former USSR and Eastern Europe.

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Acculturation in Texas

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Papers in Linguistics and Folklore in Honor of Charles E. Gribble

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The Image of the Mongols in Medieval Russia

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Euphony and Beyond

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Reinventing Humor and Satire in Post-Soviet Russia

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Henrietta Mondry’s monograph is the first interdisciplinary and cross-cultural study of the most original and controversial turn-of-the-century Russian writer and thinker, Vasily Rozanov. Once described as the Russian Freud, Rozanov developed a unique methodology for his writing, a methodology based on the interpretation of cultural history through the lens of sexuality. As such, he can be viewed as a Russian Foucault who wrote his own original history of sexuality in application to the main Russian classical writers of the nineteenth century. The book focuses on the constructs of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality which Rozanov used to explicate the political, social, and artistic narratives of the “great five” of Russian literature: Alexander Pushkin, Nikolai Gogol, Ivan Turgenev, Fedor Dostoevsky, and Leo Tolstoy. Further, it explores how Rozanov applied the concept of “impure” blood in order to demonize writers and important cultural personalities from the democratic camp, thus setting a trend in Russian culture to fight an ideological enemy by exposing his or her often invented “racial” alterity. Forbidden for publication in the Soviet Union because of his political views, Rozanov enjoys an immense popularity in contemporary Russia, where his paradoxical and controversial statements have been incorporated into the propaganda employed by Russian nationalists of various denominations. In a rigorous and yet engaging manner, Mondry offers the most thought-provoking interpretation of this influential Russian thinker’s views and exposes the manipulation of his antisemitic and right-wing opinions by members of contemporary Russian political and cultural elites.

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Negotiating Identity, Gender, and Resistance in Urban Russian Life-Cycle Rituals

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Why Russian Aspectual Prefixes Aren't Empty

Prefixes as Verb Classifiers

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Necessity and Arbitrariness in the Czech Avant-Garde

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Russian Orthodoxy and Factory Labor in St. Petersburg, 1881–1917

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