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Revolución Rusa: 100 años

Selección de artículos electrónicos

Compartimos una selección de artículos electrónicos sobre la Revolución Rusa en el marco de la Exhibición: “Revolución Rusa: un siglo después” montada desde el 29 de septiembre en la Sala de Lectura “Rolf Mantel” de la Biblioteca.

La selección estuvo a cargo de María Virginia Ferreira, tesista de la Lic. en Historia de la UTDT.

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La Revolución Rusa de 1917: dilemas e interpretación; Hugo Fazio Vengoa. Historia Crítica, apr – jun 2017, (64), p. 27 – 38

Sociología de la Revolución: La Revolución Rusa; Raúl Benítez Zenteno. Revista Mexicana de Sociología, 20 (2), p. 542 – 550 

Marxistas, liberales y revisionistas: una aproximación a la historiografía de la Revolución Rusa; Jorge Saborido. Anuario de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas, 2006/2007, 8 (8), p. 73 – 94 

A 100 años de la Revolución Rusa. Rusia, de Febrero a Octubre; Joaquín Fermandois. Humanitas, otoño 2017, 22 (84) 

A 100 años de la Revolución Rusa: Karl Marx; André Frossard. Humanitas, otoño 2017, 22 (84), p. 116 – 129 

Suspenso…en la historia de la Revolución Rusa, de León Trotsky; Hernán Neira. Estudios filológicos, (33), p. 131 – 143 

Presentation: on the studies about the Russian Revolution of 1917 conducted in Latin America; Silvia Renán. Historia Crítica, apr-jun 2017, (64), p. 13 – 26 

A legacy of lies and lost souls: the Russian Revolution at one hundred years; Peter J. Boettke. Independient Review, summer 2017, 22 (2), p. 191 – 197 

1917 – 2017: the geopolitical legacy of the Russian Revolution; Mark Bassin, Paul Richardson, Vladimir Kolosov y Edith W. Clowes. Geopolitics, jul – sept 2017, 22 (3), p. 665 – 692 

The October Revolution and the survival of capitalism; Prabhat Patnaik. Monthly Review: an independent socialist magazine, jul/aug 2017, 69 (3), p. 14 – 26 

The Russian Revolutionary Constitution and Pamphlet Literature in the 1917 Russian Revolution; Ian D. Thatcher. Europe-Asia Studies, dec. 2016, 68 (10), p. 1635 – 1653 

The Russian Revolution of 1917 as a by-product of Modernization; B. N. Mironov. Sociological Research, sep/oct. 2014, 53 (5), p. 81 – 97 

History and the emergence of Bolshevik strategy for the 1917 Russian Revolution; William Lavender. Culture & Religion Review Journal, 2015, 2015 (2), p. 50 – 56 

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Selección de artículos sobre las películas proyectadas en el Ciclo de Cine: “A cien años de la Revolución Rusa” organizado por el Departamento de Estudios Históricos y Sociales.

 


Witness to Hollywood: oral testimony and historical interpretation in Warren Beatty’s Reds; Leger Grindon. Film History. 1993, 5 (1), p. 85–95 

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The shifting protocols of the visible: the becoming of Sergei Eisenstein’s The Battleship Potemkin; Du¨an Radunović. Film History, 29 (2), p. 66 – 90  

Battleship Potemkin and beyond: film and revolutionary politics; Morris Dickstein. Dissent, 58 (3), 2011, p. 90 – 95.  

Crowds and power in two silent films: Eisenstein The Battleship Potemkin and Griffiths Intolerance; Lesley Brill. Crowds, Power and Transformation in Cinema, 2006, p. 23 – 52  

Unorthodox iconography: Russian orthodox icons in Battleship Potemkin; Eric Doise. Film Criticism, spring 2009, 33 (3), p. 50 – 66  

Politics, propaganda and film form: Battleship Potemkin (1925) and Triumph of the Will (1935); Wajiha Raza Rizvi. Journal of International Communication, 2014, 20 (1), p. 77 – 86  

“Will we ever see Potemkin?”: the historical reception and censorship of Eisenstein’s “Battleship Potemkin” in Belgium (1926 – 32); Daniel Bittereyst. Studies in Russian & Soviet Cinema, 2008,  2 (1), p. 5 – 19  

Between Angelopoulos and The Battleship Potemkin: cinema and the making of young Communists in Greece in the Initial Post-dictatorship period (1974 – 81); Nikolaos Papadogiannis. European History Quaterly, april 2012, 42 (2), p. 286 – 303  

Imágenes melancólicas. El cine de las revoluciones vencidas; Enzo Traverso. Acta Poética, 2017, p. 13 – 47  

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Historic space in Sokurov’s “Moloch”, “Taurus” and “The Sun”; Jeremi Szaniawski. Studies in Russian & Soviet Cinema, 2007, 1 (2), p. 147 – 162.  

Vladimir Lenin according to Sokurov and Mozgovoy; Kirill Galetski. Cineaste, 2001, 26 (3), p. 8  

Visions of the Past: mediated and unmediated history; Helen Petrovsky; Cathy Young (tr.). Third Text, December 2003, 17 (4) , p. 337 – 344  

Reconfiguring the Past: the return of history in recent Russian films; David Gillespie. New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 2002, 1 (1), p. 14  

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Territorial appears in Post – War German filmmaking: the case of Good Bye, Lenin!; Kimberly Coulter. Antipode, jun. 2013, 45 (3), p. 760 – 778  

Staging ideology and love in Good Bye, Lenin!; Crystal Downing. Film & History, fall 2013, 43 (2), p. 5 – 16 

When we was red: Good Bye, Lenin! And nostalgia for the “Everyday GDR”; Timothy Barney. Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies, jun 2009, 6 (2), p. 132 – 151 

A few good men: gender, ideology, and narrative politics in The Lives of Others and Good Bye, Lenin!; Jennifer Creech. Women in German Yearbook, 2009, 25, p. 100 – 126 

Good Bye, Lenin!: Free-Market nostalgia for Socialist Consumerism; Roger F. Cook. Seminar – A Journal of Germanic Studies, may 2007, 43 (2), p. 206 -  219 

Deconstructing Ostalgia. The national past between commodity and simulacrum in Wolfgang Becker’s Good Bye, Lenin!; Oana Godeanu-Kenworthy. Journal of European Studies, jun. 2011, 41 (2), p. 161 – 177 

Goodbye, Lenin (2003): History in the subjunctive; Roger Hillman. Rethinking History, jun. 2006, 10 (2), p. 221 – 237  

Unification and difference in German Post-Wall cinema; Susan C. Anderson. German Monitor, 2010, (27), p. 207 – 234  

The last East German and the memory of the German Democratic Republic; A. James McAdams. German Politics & Society, mar. 2010, 28 (1), p. 30 – 41  

Reinventing consumption traditions through the process of unification of a country. Understanding Good Bye, Lenin!; Ece Ceren Engür. CINEJ Cinema Journal, fall 2015, 5 (1), p. 138 – 154 

Passing time since the Wende: recent German film on unification; Brad Prager. German Politics & Society, mar. 2010, 28 (1), p. 95 – 110  

Fractured families united countries? Family, nostalgia and nation-building in Das Wunder von Bern and Goodbye, Lenin!; Matthias Uecker. New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 2007, 5 (3), p. 189 – 200  

Post-Cold War Propaganda; James Bowman. American Spectator, mar. 2004, 37 (2), p. 50 – 51  

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