Russian Cultural Studies: An Introduction

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Subject Index
abortion 314, 318, 330, 337, 339, 353-4
absenteeism 253
absurd, theatre of 104
Academy of Arts 139, 146, 147
Academy of Sciences291
acmeism 300, 303-4
adventure fiction 81
advertising 218, 223-30, 234, 298, 384
Afghan war 159, 190, 252, 267, 273, 293
agitation 91, 154, 167
and theatre 91-2, 98
and propaganda 193-4, 196-200, 219 see also agitprop
agitprop224, 227 see also agitation; propaganda
AIDS 159, 226, 293, 334, 346-9, 350
alcoholism, see drinking
AKhRR ( Assotsiatsiia kudozhnikov revoliutsionnoi Rossii, Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia) 144, 145-7
Anarchists 322
anthroposophy 99
anti-cosmopolitan campaigns 95, 181, 199, 202, 203 see also anti-Semitism
anti-Semitism 75, 79, 84-5, 95, 181, 202, 203, 296 see also chauvinism; racism; xenophobia
APN 221
architecture 15, 138, 257-9, 283
avant-garde 29, 144
constructivism in 143
Stalinist 2, 145, 257
atheism 275-8, 283-4, 293, 295, 388
audience, see reception
August 1991 coup 72, 75, 222, 272, 293, 294, 343, 349
Aum Shinrikyo sect 295
avant-garde 341
and architecture 29, 144
and cinema 166
and literature 45-7, 52, 76; see also LEF; postmodernism and music 112, 113, 123-8
and visual arts 138-45, 240-1 see also constructivism; futurism; modernism
aviation 259
ballet 302, 303
Ballets Russes 303
banking 228, 229
Baptists 283
bards, see guitar-poetry
BBC209, 211, 218
beauty contests 354, 384
Berlin Wall 156
beskonfliktnost″ (conflictlessness) 51
95, 99
besprizorniki (homeless children) 314, 381
best-sellers 78, 81-2
bikers 375, 380
billboards 225, 226, 228, 230
bisexuality 348-9 see also homosexuality; lesbianism; sexuality
Black Hundreds 202
black market 80, 232, 253-4, 267, 268, 270, 342, 345, 379-80
blat 97, 254, 272-3
body, representations of 15, 312, 332-43, 349
bogoiskatel″stvo (god-seeking) 291
bogostroitel″stvo (god-building) 275-6, 284, 291
Bolshevik Revolution, see Revolutions, Russian: 1917 (October)
Bolsheviks 21-2, 220, 297, 299, 311, 315, 323
'Old' 80, 259 see also Communist Party
Booker Prize 83, 84
bourgeois attitudes 9, 14, 312, 332 see also bourgeoisie
bourgeoisie 22, 28, 233 see also bourgeois attitudes
Brest-Litovsk Treaty205
bytovaia proza, see everyday prose
capitalism 11, 21, 206, 212-13, 224, 320, 370, 371, 374, 390
cars 224, 254, 255
Catacomb Church 276
Catholicism 288, 289, 294
censorship 30, 235, 236, 237, 318, 335
cinema 174, 175, 180-1, 184, 185-7, 318, 335, 355
literary 5, 24, 27-9, 51, 55, 65, 69, 317, 318, 337
media 193, 211, 230
press 28, 194, 196, 200
relaxation of 334
theatrical 93, 95-6, 107
central planning 224, 249, 272 see also collectivization of agriculture; five-year plans; industrialization
charity:
Orthodox Church and 293
women and 354
charlatanism in science 203
chastushka265
chauvinism 381see also anti-Semitism; racism; xenophobia
Chechenwar 190, 273, 390

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