Borders of Socialism: Private Spheres of Soviet Russia by L. Siegelbaum

By L. Siegelbaum

This interesting e-book argues that during Russia the kinfolk among tradition and state, paintings and existence, commodity and trash, usually diverged from known Western eu or American types of modernity. The essays exhibit how private and non-private overlapped and formed one another, growing new views on contributors and society within the Soviet Union.

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4 (1976), 636–651; and Kingston-Mann, “Peasant Communes and Economic Innovation,” 23–51. 9. Esther Kingston-Mann, “The Return of Pierre Proudhon: Privatization, Crime and the Rules of Law,” Focaal: European Journal of Anthropology forthcoming, 2006. 10. — while limiting the growth of rural differentiation. In podvornoe districts, rates of innovation were marginally greater, but accompanied by dramatically higher levels of economic polarization. See Kingston-Mann, “Peasant Communes and Economic Innovation,” 36–39.

Tol’iatti (TGA), f. R-300 (Avtozavodskii raionnyi Sovet narodnykh deputatov g. Tol’iatti i ego ispolnitel’nyi komitet), op. 1, d. 50, ll. 31–44, Protocols of sessions, reports of the standing commission on socialist legality and preservation of public order, 1974. Catriona Kelly and Vadim Volkov, “Directed Desires: Kul’turnost’ and Consumption,” in Constructing Russian Culture in the Age of Revolution 1881–1940, ed. Catriona Kelly and David Shepherd (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998), 299, 304.

The contemporary ethnographic research study by A. I. Efimenko, Issledovaniia narodnoi zhizni (Moscow, 1884), 76–122, and a discussion of available data on the inner workings of the commune in Esther KingstonMann, “Peasant Communes and Economic Innovation: A Preliminary Inquiry,” in Peasant Economy, Culture, and Politics of European Russia 1800–1921, ed. Esther Kingston-Mann and Timothy Mixter (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991), 23–51. 5. Esther Kingston-Mann, “Transforming Peasants in the Twentieth Century: Dilemmas of Russian, Soviet & Post-Soviet Development,” in Cambridge Modern History of Russia & the Soviet Union, ed.

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