2 edition of Peasant religion in post-emancipation Russia found in the catalog.
Peasant religion in post-emancipation Russia
Chris J Chulos
Written in English
|Statement||Chris J. Chulos|
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|Pagination||xiii, 464 p|
|Number of Pages||464|
AWARDS, HONORS: Heldt Prize for the best book written by a woman, Association for Women in Slavic Studies, for Peasant Russia: Family and Community in the Post-Emancipation Period, ; National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, –97, –07; Heldt Prize for the best book in Slavic/East European/Eurasian Women's studies. Sbornik statisticheskikh svedenii, vol. 2, ‘Prilozhenie’, pp. , , , In Orel province arrears in redemption payments among former serfs in the year period from to had been very high, falling momentarily from rubles (which amounted to per cent of the total payments) in , to rubles ( per cent) in , and then rising to rubles Author: Christine D. Worobec.
Résumé (eng) Hans Rogger, Government, Jews, peasants, and land in post-emancipation Russia. In the vast body of legislation that governed Imperial Russia's treatment of its Jewish population, nothing was adhered to with more persistence or stringency than the laws, rules and regulations restricting the rights of Jews to live, as well as to own or lease land, in the rural districts of the Cited by: 1. Notice bibliographique. Chris J. CHULOS, Converging on and community in peasant Russia, DeKalb, Northern Illinois University Press, , : Jane Burbank.
This study concerns the problems involved in measuring the standard of living in Russia prior to "The intent of this article is to critique much that has been written on the peasant standard. Given the attention that Russian crime and criminals receive in the press these days, Stephen P. Frank's analysis of crime in post-emancipation rural Russia is certainly timely. It is also an insightful look at an important topic that makes a gallant effort at comparing the administration of peasant Russia with other imperial systems, a task.
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The World of the Russian Peasant: Post-Emancipation Culture and Society [Benn Eklof, Stephen P. Frank] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The World of the Russian Peasant: Post-Emancipation Culture and Society.
Peasant Russia is a comprehensive examination of peasant life in central Russia in the decades immediately following serf emancipation. Using interdisciplinary methods of family history, anthropology, ethnography, and women's studies, Christine Worobec explores the world of peasant households and communities, elements of which live on in today's Soviet Union/5.
Rock, Popular Religion in Russia: ’Double Belief’ and the Making of an Academic Myth (Lond Hubbs, Mother Russia: The Feminine Myth in Russian Culture (Bloomington: Indiana Universit 4 Uncritical readings of nineteenth-century ethnographic materials have resulted in the perpetuation of the myth that Russian peasant society subscribed to dvoeverie or dual faith, in which Author: Christine D.
Worobec. Peasant Russia is a comprehensive examination of peasant life in central Russia in the decades immediately following serf emancipation.
Using interdisciplinary methods of family history, anthropology, ethnography, and women's studies, Christine Worobec explores the world of peasant households and communities, elements Peasant religion in post-emancipation Russia book which live on in today's Soviet by: The book presents a broad view of what life was like for the majority of the country's population beforeincluding treatments of the intricacies of the village community and peasant commune, social structure, everyday life, labour, education, art, religion, justice and politics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data). Peasant Russia is a comprehensive examination of peasant life in central Russia in the decades immediately following serf emancipation. Using interdisciplinary methods of family history, anthropology, ethnography, and women's studies, Christine Worobec explores the world of peasant households and communities, elements of which live on in today's Soviet : Christine Worobec.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The Russian peasant commune after the reforms of the s / Boris Mironov --Peasant women and their work / Rose Glickman --The woman's side: male outmigration and the family economy in Kostroma Province / Barbara Engel --Peasant and proletariat: migration, family patterns, and.
Delving further into that more specific question, I realized that the first three decades of the post-Emancipation period were a crucible for the development of those images, and that, furthermore, the distinctive feature of that crucible was its admixture of moral and economic concerns in educated Russia's articulation of images of the newly.
Myths of the Pious or Pagan Peasants in Post-Emancipation Central Russia Post research on Russian peasant religion has essentially maintained these categories, which are well-suited to modernization and industrialization theories and their assumptions.
See, for example, Jeffrey Burds, Peasant Dreams and Market Politics: Labor Migration and the Russian Village, (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, ), esp. Chapter Seven; Chris Chulos, "Peasant Religion in Post-Emancipation Russia: Voronezh Province, " (Ph.D.
diss., University of Chicago, ); Gregory Freeze. The peasantry accounted for the large majority of the Russian population during the Imperialist and Stalinist periods – it is, for the most part, how people lived.
Peasants in Russia from Serfdom to Stalin provides a comprehensive, realistic examination of peasant life in Russia during both these eras and the legacy this left in the post-Soviet book paints a full picture of peasant.
The World of the Russian peasant: post-emancipation culture and district dvizhenie economic Efimenko elder factory forms Galich gentry gubemii gubernii horse husband Iaroslavl Ibid images Imperial Russia important individual iskusstvo istorii Kostromskoi krestian Krestianskoe kulaks kustar labor land The World of the Russian peasant.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Peasant Russia: Family and Community in the Post-Emancipation Period by Christine D. Worobec (, Paperback, Revised) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. About the Book. This book is the first to explore the largely unknown world of rural crime and justice in post-emancipation Imperial Russia.
Drawing upon previously untapped provincial archives and a wealth of other neglected primary material, Stephen P. Frank offers a major reassessment of the interactions between peasantry and the state in the decades leading up to World War I.
Viewing crime. Longman, Pearson ) is Jerome Blum's Lord and Peasant in Russia, (Princeton University Press) non-specialists clearly need a reliable summary of the last four decades of scholarship. For the advanced student, serious reader, or teacher, David Moon's book is an excellent introduction to a complex set of issues.
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Russia on the Eve of Modernity is a pioneering exploration of a world that has been largely destroyed by revolutionary upheavals and obscured in historical memory by scholarly focus on elites.
“Myths of the Pious or Pagan Peasant in Post-Emancipation Central Russia (Voronezh Province),” RH 22 (No. 2, Summer, ), – Cited by: The Emancipation Reform of in Russia, also known as the Emancipation Edict of Russia, (Russian: Крестьянская реформа года, romanized: Krestyanskaya reforma goda – "peasants' reform of ") was the first and most important of the liberal reforms passed during the reign (–) of Emperor Alexander II of Russia.
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Chulos, Chris J. "Peasant religion in post-Emancipation Russia: Voronezh province, (volumes I and II).".of Russia - a process of which they were the first victims.
If its causes lay in the process of modernization, however, the forms which the peasant movement assumed were essentially traditional, directed primarily against the traditional enemies of the peasantry at the local level, rather than at the national centre of power embodied in the Tsar.Get this from a library!
The despised and the damned; the Russian peasant through the ages. [Jules Koslow] -- Examines the history and way of life of the Russian peasant past and present including discussions of serfdom, the new relationship of peasant to state, and the effect of .