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Книга представляет собой первое исследование широкого спекта культурных форм и сторон культурного производства советской и постсоветской России: литературы, кинематографа, радио, телевидения, визуального искусства, журналистики, рекламы и потребления, музыки, театра и церкви. Авторами освящаются вопросы образов национальной идентичности, гендерной политики, молодежной культуры, проблемы, связанные с взаимодействием публичного и приватного сознания и их ролью в формировании культурных форм советской и посткоммунистической России.

List of Illustrations ix
List of Contributors xi
Translation and Transliteration xiv
1 Introduction: Why Cultural Studies? 1
CATRIONA KELLY, HILARY PILKINGTON, DAVID SHEPHERD, VADIM VOLKOV

Part I: The Politics of Literature
2 'Revolutionary' Models for High Literature: Resisting Poetics 21
PETER KENEZ, DAVID SHEPHERD
3 Culture and Crisis: The Intelligentsia and Literature after 1953 56
STEPHEN LOVELL, ROSALIND MARSH
Suggested Further Reading 85

Part II: Theatre, Music, Visual Arts
4 Performing Culture: Theatre 91
BIRGIT BEUMERS
5 Music in the Socialist State 109
ANNA FERENC
6 Soviet Music after the Death of Stalin: The Legacy of Shostakovich 120
GERALD MCBURNEY
7 Building a New Reality: The Visual Arts, 1921-1953 138
CATRIONA KELLY, ROBIN MILNBR-GULLAND
8 The Art of the Political Poster 154
STEPHEN WHITE
Suggested Further Reading 160

Part III: Cinema, Media, the Russian Consumer
9 Cinema 165
JULIAN GRAPFY
10 The Media as Social Engineer 192
FRANK ELLIS
11 Creating a Consumer: Advertising and Commercialization 223
CATRIONA KELLY
Suggested Further Reading 244
Part IV: Identities: Populism, Religion, Emigration
12 The Retreat from Dogmatism: Populism under Khrushchev and Brezhnev 249
CATRIONA KELLY
13 Religion and Orthodoxy 274 JANE ELLIS
14 Russian Culture and Emigration, 1921-1953 297
CATRIONA KELLY
Suggested Further Reading 304
Part V: Sexuality, Gender, Youth Culture 15 Sexuality 311
MARK BANTING, CATRIONA KELLY, JAMES RIORDAN
16 Gender Angst in Russian Society and Cinema in the Post-Stalin Era 352
LYNNE ATTWOOD
17 The Future is Ours': Youth Culture in Russia, 1953 to the Present 368
HILARY PILKINGTON
Suggested Further Reading 385
Conclusion: Towards Post-Soviet Pluralism? Postmodernism and Beyond 387
CATRIONA KELLY, DAVID SHEPHERD, STEPHEN WHITE
Chronology of Events from 1917 401
Analytical Index ofNames and Places 411
Subject Index 420