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Table of Contents

Spontaneous Bricolage, Masters of Assemblage, and Their Contested Blueprints

I. Methodology and Theory

От редакции: Осмысление богатства разнообразия: праздновать или наводить порядок?

pp. 9-13
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From the Editors: Making Sense of an Embarrassment of Riches: Discipline or Celebrate?

pp. 14-18
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The Literary Origins of the Georgian Feast: The Cosmopolitan Poetics of a National Ritual

pp. 19-52
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Commentaries

Domestication of the Wild Supra

pp. 53-62
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A Taste of Mistrust

pp. 63-68
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The Values of the Georgian Supra: Nationalist or Nativist?

pp. 69-74
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On the Transnational Imaginary and the Sovereign Power of a Butterfly Wing

pp. 75-80
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Ram, Chatterjee, and the Georgian Feast: Reading the National against the Grain

pp. 81-84
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A Feast for Thought

pp. 85-92
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II. History

Forum AI
Sociobiological Science in the Early Soviet Union

Humanities and Social Sciences in the Russian Empire and the USSR: An Unwritten History

pp. 93-106
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Soviet Social Hygienists and Sexology after the Revolution: Dynamics of “Capture” at Home and Abroad

pp. 107-135
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Вызов физиологии: советская психиатрия в 1930-е годы

pp. 136-166
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Soviet Madness: Nervousness, Mild Schizophrenia, and the Professional Jurisdiction of Psychiatry in the USSR, 1918–1936

pp. 167-194
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III. Archive

Счастье в борьбе. Пять писем Якова Новикова Габриэлю Тарду

pp. 197-220
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V. ABC: Empire and Nationalism Studies

Project AI
History Course “A New Imperial History of Northern Eurasia”

Глава 6. XVII век: альтернативные сценарии, смутные времена: Часть 1. Трансформация социального воображения в обществах Северной Евразии

pp. 221-250
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Глава 6. XVII век: альтернативные сценарии, смутные времена: Часть 2. Московское царство в поисках “точки сборки”

pp. 251-308
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VI. Newest Mythologies

“Описания городов, не имеющие для русского читателя особого интереса”: купюры в русских переводах иностранных путешествий по Сибири (вторая половина XIX в.) с точки зрения истории популярного географического знания

pp. 309-364
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VII. Book Reviews

1. Historiography

On Warped Mourning and Omissions in Post-Soviet Historiography

pp. 365-385
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Mourning, Unwarped?

pp. 386-388
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2. Reviews

Jewish Rights, National Rites: Nationalism and Autonomy in Late Imperial and Revolutionary Russia by Simon Rabinovitch (review)

pp. 389-395
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Framing the Ukrainian Peasantry in Habsburg Galicia, 1846−1914 by Andriy Zayarnyuk (review)

pp. 396-399
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Russian-Ottoman Borderlands: The Eastern Question Reconsidered ed. by Lucien J. Frary and Mara Kozelsky (review)

pp. 400-406
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The Imperial Security State. British Colonial Knowledge and Empire-Building in Asia by James Hevia (review)

pp. 407-413
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Brodsky Abroad: Empire, Tourism, Nostalgia by Sanna Turoma (review)

pp. 414-417
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Lost and Found: The Discovery of Lithuania in American Fiction by Aušra Paulauskienė (review)

pp. 417-424
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Adopting and Remembering Soviet Reality: Life Stories of Lithuanian Women, 1945−1970 by Dalia Leinarte (review)

pp. 425-427
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In Search of the Self: Reconciling the Past and the Present in Immigrants’ Experience by Larisa Fialkova and Maria Yelenevskaya (review)

pp. 427-432
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Мультикультурность российского региона как (де) стабилизирующий фактор исто-рического развития (Среднее Поволжье XIX – начала XX вв.): Учебное пособие by С. Ю. Малышева, А. А. Сальникова (review)

pp. 433-436
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Петербургская школа медиевистов начала XX века by А. В. Свешников (review)

pp. 436-449
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1000 рокiв української печатки. Каталог виставки (review)

pp. 449-456
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Список авторов

pp. 457-459
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List of Contributors

pp. 460-462
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