Другая история: Современная американская историография России

 
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АннотацияВ статье рассматривается современное состояние исследований истории России в США, демонстрируются особенности американской русистики как гуманитарной дисциплины. Описываются тематические, предметные и методологические изменения, которые произошли в русистике в ходе историографических «поворотов» последних двадцати лет, специальное внимание уделяется новым интерпретациям истории России.
Ключевые словаамериканская русистика, историография, холодная война, культурный и лингвистический поворот, имперский поворот, междисциплинарность, периодизация истории России
КлассификаторСовременное состояние исторической науки
Получено25.11.2014
Дата публикации30.11.2014
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