Анализ революционной политической ментальности российской интеллигенции в зарубежной историографии: ‘mental studies’ и концепция И. Дойчера

Translated title of the contribution: ANALYSIS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY AND POLITICAL MENTALITY OF THE RUSSIAN INTELLIGENTSIA IN FOREIGN HISTORIOGRAPHY: ‘MENTAL STUDIES’ AND THE CONCEPT OF I. DEUTSCHER

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Abstract

Research by I. Deutscher, R. Wade, and W. Rosenberg's works are devoted to the problem of the political mentality of the Russian intelligentsia of the revolutionary period. The authors are similar in their main conclusion – the disillusionment of the intelligentsia with the results of the revolution, but they consider the problem in different ways.
Translated title of the contributionANALYSIS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY AND POLITICAL MENTALITY OF THE RUSSIAN INTELLIGENTSIA IN FOREIGN HISTORIOGRAPHY: ‘MENTAL STUDIES’ AND THE CONCEPT OF I. DEUTSCHER
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationГосударство, общество, церковь в истории России ХХ– XXI веков
Subtitle of host publicationМатериалы XX Междунар. науч. конф., Иваново, 31 марта – 1 апреля 2021 г.
EditorsАркадий Корников
Place of PublicationИваново
PublisherИздательство Ивановского Государственного Университета
Pages405-410
ISBN (Print)978-5-7807-1354-8
StatePublished - Apr 2021
EventГосударство, общество, церковь в истории России ХХ– XXI веков: XX Международная научная конференция - Иваново, Russian Federation
Duration: 31 Mar 20211 Apr 2021

Conference

ConferenceГосударство, общество, церковь в истории России ХХ– XXI веков
Country/TerritoryRussian Federation
CityИваново
Period31/03/211/04/21

Keywords

  • October revolution
  • February revolution
  • intelligentsia
  • history of mentality
  • cultural history
  • literary narratives

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