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Memory, Gender, Silence: Oral history in (Post-)Soviet Russia and the Blurry Line Between the Public and the Private. Summary

Опубликовано на портале: 22-07-2011
Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2011.  № 1. С. 181-183. 
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The paper discusses methodological and ethical challenges of oral history projects that address experiences of systematic violence. I offer a discussion of the relationship between  individual  remembering  and  social  discourses  about  the  past,  interrogating how this relationship affects the representation of gendered experiences in the Soviet partisan  movement  during  World  War  II.  Utilizing  theoretical  and  methodological
approaches to oral history, especially of feminist scholarship, I explore how repercussions of Soviet discourses, namely of restrictions to public and private communication, play out in the construction of portrayals of the past in qualitative interviews.
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