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Siegelbaum, Lewis H.

Borders of Socialism

Siegelbaum, Lewis H. - Borders of Socialism, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Mapping Private Spheres in the Soviet Context
Lewis H. Siegelbaum

Part 1. Private Enterprise and Private Property

2. Claiming Property: The Soviet-Era Private Plots as “Women’s Turf”
Esther Kingston-Mann

3. The Art Market and the Construction of Soviet Russian Culture
Andrew Jenks

4. Separate Yet Governed: The Representation of Soviet Property Relations in Civil Law and Public Discourse
Charles Hachten

5. Cars, Cars, and More Cars: The Faustian Bargain of the Brezhnev Era
Lewis H. Siegelbaum

Part 2. Domesticity and Domestic Space

6. Domestic Life and the Activist Wife in the 1930s Soviet Union
Rebecca Balmas Neary

7. A Hearth for a Dog: The Paradoxes of Soviet Pet Keeping
Amy Nelson

8. The Meaning of Home: “The Only Bit of the World You Can Have to Yourself”
Susan E. Reid

9. “I Know all the Secrets of My Neighbors”: The Quest for Privacy in the Era of the Separate Apartment
Steven E. Harris

10. Private Matters or Public Crimes: The Emergence of Domestic Hooliganism in the Soviet Union, 1939–1966
Brian LaPierre

Part 3. Behavior and Private Life

11. A Symbiosis of Errors: The Personal, Professional, and Political in the Kirov Region, 1931–1941
Larry E. Holmes

12. Friends in Private, Friends in Public: The Phenomenon of the Kompaniia Among Soviet Youth in the 1950s and 1960s
Juliane Fürst

13. The 1959 Liriki-Fiziki Debate: Going Public With the Private?
Susan Costanzo

Keywords: History, Russian, Soviet, and East European History

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
301 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403984548
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-73546-4

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