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The new Muscovite cultural history

Valerie A. Kivelson

The new Muscovite cultural history

a collection in honor of Daniel B. Rowland

by Valerie A. Kivelson

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Published by Slavica Publishers in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [305]-334).

Statementedited by Valerie Kivelson ... [et al.].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDK100 .N49 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 337 p. :
Number of Pages337
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24408709M
ISBN 109780893573683
LC Control Number2009042614
OCLC/WorldCa456977588

Claudia R. Jensen presents the first unified study of musical culture in the court and church of Muscovite Russia. Spanning the period from the installation of Patriarch Iov in to the beginning of Peter the Great's reign in , her book offers detailed accounts of the celebratory musical performances for Russia's first patriarch—events that were important displays of Russian piety and.   Charles J. Halperin “The Culture of Ivan IV’s Court: The Religious Beliefs of Bureaucrats,” in The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland ed. Valerie Kivelson Karen Petrone Nancy Kollmann and Michael Flier (Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, Inc. ) 93 Author: Charles J. Halperin.

  Surprisingly for such a long and conceptually ambitious book, Russia: People and Empire gave the impression of plunging in medias res: it started in with a specific campaign, the Muscovite conquest of the Khanate of Kazan’. With this blow, its first annexation of a non-Russian sovereign state, Muscovite Russia was launching itself on the.   "Cartographies of Tsardom is a fascinating interdisciplinary book that breaks new ground in assessing the roles of history, geography, social structure, and religion in Early Modern Russia. Valerie Kivelson provides a compelling argument for using visual material as evidence of a consultative rather than dictatorial autocracy in Early Modern Brand: Cornell University Press.

Free 2-day shipping. Buy Autocracy in the Provinces: The Muscovite Gentry and Political Culture in the Seventeenth Century (Hardcover) at nd: Valerie A Kivelson. As the first survey of the history of women in Russia to be published in any language, this book is itself an historic event -- the result of the collaboration of the leading Russian and American specialists on Russian women's history. The book is divided in to four chronological parts corresponding to eras of Russian history: (I) Kievan/Mongol (10th - 15th centuries); (II) Muscovite (16th.


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The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland. In this Book. Additional Information. Buy This Book in Print. Project MUSE Mission. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.

The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland. Valerie Kivelson, Karen Petrone, Nancy Shields Kollmann, and Michael S.

Flier, eds. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers,63– Golden Hall Iconography and the Makarian Initiative Michael S. FlierCited by: 6. Collectively, they explore the role of Orthodox culture in shaping both Muscovite ideals and its lived realities and set a new agenda for the study of the transmission, communication, and enforcement of cultural and political norms in Muscovy.

Book Reviews. Jahrbucher für Geschichte Osteuropas, vol. 62,H. 2: : The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland (): Valerie Kivelson, Karen Petrone, Nancy Shields Kollmann, Michael S. Flier, Valerie Kivelson, Karen Petrone, Nancy Shields Kollmann, Michael S.

Flier: BooksCited by: 6. Get this from a library. The new Muscovite cultural history: a collection in honor of Daniel B. Rowland. [Valerie A Kivelson; Daniel B Rowland;] -- Daniel Rowland's writings on the political, visual, and religious culture of Muscovy have profoundly influenced a generation of American and foreign specialists in early Russian history.

Inspired by. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xi, pages:): illustrations (some color) Contents: Daniel Rowland and Muscovite cultural history / Valerie Kivelson, Michael Flier, Nancy Shields Kollmann, Karen Petrone --Local hero: Daniel Rowland's community engagement / Karen Petrone --The use and abuse of dominant paradigms in Muscovite.

The title of the book, it must be said, is slightly misleading: the book is really about the origins of Muscovite Russia and its institutions, and the 'cross-cultural influences', though looked at in a very broad context and in considerable depth, are examined primarily to that end the subtitles of the two parts of the book make this very clear.

Karen Petrone is Professor of History at the University of Kentucky. She is author of Life Has Become More Joyous, Comrades: Celebrations in the Time of Stalin (); editor (with Valerie Kivelson, Michael S. Flier, and Nancy Shields Kollmann) of The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B.

Rowland (); editor (with Jie-Hyun Lim) of Gender Politics and Mass. (17) Janet Martin, "Religious Ideology and Chronicle Depictions of Muslims in Sixteenth-Century Muscovy," in The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel Rowland, ed. Valerie Kivelson, Karen Petrone, Nancy Shields Kollmann, and Michael Flier (Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, ), Dr.

Russell Martin, Westminster College associate professor of history, contributed a book chapter and gave a presentation related to his continuing research of Muscovite bride shows and royal weddings. "Muscovite Esther: Bride Shows, Queenship, and Power in The Comedy of Artaxerxes" is Martin's chapter in the recently published The New Muscovite Cultural History, which explores several new.

The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland Valerie Kivelson, Karen Petrone, Nancy Shields Kollmann, and Michael S. Flier (eds.). p., (ISBN ), paperback, $ Contents Acknowledgments List of Illustrations Introductions.

The title of the book, it must be said, is slightly misleading: the book is really about the origins of Muscovite Russia and its institutions, and the 'cross-cultural influences', though looked at in a very broad context and in considerable depth, are examined primarily to that end the subtitles of the two parts of the book make this very clear.

(12) Sergei Bogatyrev, "The Heavenly Host and the Sword of Truth: Apocalyptic Imagery in Ivan IV's Muscovy," in The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland, ed. Valerie Kivelson et al. (Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, ), ; Kivelson and Jonathan Shaheen, "Prosaic Witchcraft and Semiotic.

On every page there is something new and fascinating. There are sumptuous illustrations. And for those who want to read more "heavyweight" volumes there is a comprehensive guide to further reading at the end.

In sum- this is a wonderful, enriching book, for anybody with a psssing interest in Russia, its history and culture.5/5(5). This book explores the possibilities for rich and varied social, cultural, and political development under the rule of an autocratic state. Seventeenth-century Muscovite society was theocentric, highly traditional, largely illiterate, and deeply dependent on the state in all aspects of life, and therefore does not at all fit Western definitions of a civil society.

Desperate Magic by Valerie A. Kivelson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Explorations in Visual Culture,The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B.

Rowland, and Orthodox Russia: Studies in /5(14). She greatly enjoys collaborative work and has co-edited three books: The New Muscovite Cultural History (Slavica, ), Gender Politics and Mass Dictatorship (Palgrave, ), and Everyday Life in Russia Past and Present (Indiana, ) She has also co-written articles on selfhood and subjectivity and transnational feminism with Choi Chatterjee.

The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland (Bloomington, IN: Slavica, ), pp. See Richard Pipes, Karamzin’s Memoir on Ancient and Modern Russia.

A Translation and Analysis (New York: Atheneum, ), by: 1. Karen Petrone is Associate Professor of History at the University of Kentucky. She is author of Life Has Become More Joyous, Comrades: Celebrations in the Time of Stalin (IUP, ) and editor (with Valerie Kivelson, Michael S.

Flier, and Nancy Shields Kollmann) of The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland. The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B.

Rowland, co-edited with Karen Petrone, Nancy Shields Kollmann, and Michael Flier (Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, ). Picturing Russia: Explorations in Visual Culture, ed. with Joan Neuberger, (Yale University Press, ). This book explores the possibilities for rich and varied social, cultural, and political development under the rule of an autocratic state.

Seventeenth-century Muscovite society was theocentric, highly traditional, largely illiterate, and deeply dependent on the state in all aspects of life, and therefore does not at all fit Western definitions of a civil : At the outset, Ostrowski promises to examine Muscovite-Steppe relations in the context of world history, a refreshing and necessary (and new) perspective, to be sure (p.

27). But the book is organized around the major historiographical debates that have appeared in the historical literature over the past years, which sometimes serves to.History of Russia, vol. 1, From Early Rus' toed. Maureen Perrie (Cambridge, England, ), ; and idem, "Golden Hall Iconography and the Makarian Initiative," in The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B.

Rowland, ed. Valerie Kivelson et .