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Commerce in Russian urban culture

Commerce in Russian urban culture

1861-1914

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Published by Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Johns Hopkins University Press in Washington, D.C, Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banks and banking -- Russia,
  • Cities and towns -- Russia,
  • Sociology, Urban -- Russia,
  • Russia -- Commerce -- History,
  • Russia -- Economic conditions -- 1861-1917,
  • Russia -- Civilization -- 1801-1917

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by William Craft Brumfield, Boris V. Anan"ich, and Yuri A. Petrov
    ContributionsBrumfield, William Craft, 1944-, Ananʹich, B. V, Petrov, I︠U︡. A. kandidat istoricheskikh nauk, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF3624 .C66 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 239 p. :
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17068685M
    ISBN 100801867509
    LC Control Number2001003123

      Author of A History of Russian Architecture, Kolomna, Commerce in Russian urban culture, Svi︠a︡tyni Russkogo Severa, Unknown Siberia, Torzhok, Suzdalʹ, Kirillov, Ferapontovo. culture and commerce: traditional arts in economic development table of contents i. executive summary 11 the initiative 12 the research 13 a roadmap of the report 14 definition of terms 16 ii. opportunities and challenges in culture-based economic development 17 three arguments for the value of traditional arts to economic development 17 1.

    Mr. Brumfield is the author of numerous books on Russian Design and Social History (Cambridge UP/Woodrow Wilson Center, ), and Commerce in Russian Urban Culture include The Russian Art of Building in Wood (a traveling exhibit sponsored by the National Humanities Center), and Lost Russia: Photographs by William Brumfield, which.   Creative Russia: lessons from Berlin Rare is the news story in current western media that inspires an affinity for Russia, its culture, or even its people. While not without foundation, the Author: Jonathan Mcclory.

    Russian collectivism dates back to the peasant farmers, who lived in agricultural villages known as 'mirs' or 'obschina' and worked together in an organised and self-managed community. Egalitarianism - An important concept related to the village milieu is 'egalitarianism', the social philosophy that supports the removal of inequity and promotes.   This paper explores how technology affected the development of Russian popular culture in the late 19 th to early 20th centuries. To achieve this core objective, the research makes use of up to date sources like books and journals and authentic websites.


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