СОБЫТИЕ И ВРЕМЯ В ЕВРОПЕЙСКОЙ ИСТОРИЧЕСКОЙ КУЛЬТУРЕ XVI - НАЧАЛА XX ВЕКА: монография

Translated title of the contribution: The event and time in the European historical culture of the XVI – the beginning of the XX c

Екатерина Михайловна Белецкая, Алексей Георгиевич Васильев , Наталья Николаевна Великая, Вероника Витальевна Высокова, Ольга Викторовна Заиченко, Сергей Иванович Маловичко, Лорина Петровна Репина, Ирина Евгеньевна Рудковская, Анна Юрьевна Серегина, Ольга Игоревна Тогоева, Зинаида Алексеевна Чеканцева, Лорина Петровна Репина (Editor)

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Abstract

The categories “event” and “time” inseparably connected with each other have acquired a high epistemological status in the context of updating historical science at the turn of the 20th–21st cс. and the deployment of memorial paradigm. Based on theoretical innovations in the interdisciplinary field of memory studies and new approaches to the study of cultures of perception, reconstruction and use of the past, the authors of the book focused on ways and forms of conceptualizing the event, taking into account its temporal dimensions and on various practices of rethinking of historical experience of “significant events”. The mechanisms of formation of “places of memory”, the transformation of images of key events into cultural-historical symbols, their role and functions in strategies for building national history and national-state identity are considered in the long term and in different socio-cultural contexts through the prism concepts of historical culture
Translated title of the contributionThe event and time in the European historical culture of the XVI – the beginning of the XX c
Original languageRussian
Place of PublicationМосква
PublisherАкадемическое издательство "Аквилон"
Number of pages512
ISBN (Print)978-5-906578-41-9
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Publication series

NameОбразы истории

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  • 03.09.00

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