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Russian Culture and Geopolitics: from Peter the Great to Vladimir Putin

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Kod przedmiotu: WH.IH.UD.2016.8.2.4 Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Russian Culture and Geopolitics: from Peter the Great to Vladimir Putin
Jednostka: Instytut Historii
Grupy:
Punkty ECTS i inne: 0 LUB 4.00 (w zależności od programu)
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Język prowadzenia: angielski

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2020/2021" (w trakcie)

Okres: 2021-02-25 - 2021-06-15
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Wykład, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Andrzej Nowak
Prowadzący grup: Andrzej Nowak
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Egzamin
Cele kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) The aim of the course is to introduce the students into the main ideas, ideological currents, and discussions which has developed throughout the last three centuries of the Russian cultural (and political as well) history.

Efekty kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) Ability to understand and analyze main notions of political ideologies and their cultural contexts

Knowledge of basic facts of Russian political and intellectual history of the 19th and 20th century

Ability to analyze phenomena of empires, modern nations and nationalism, and modernization on this particular historical background.

Forma i warunki zaliczenia:

(tylko po angielsku) 1. a paper (3000 words) on topics discussed during the course

2. active participance in discussions organized during the class

Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

(tylko po angielsku) 1. assessment of papers (70% of the final grade)

2. assessment of students participance in classes and discussions organized during the course (30% of the final grade)

Metody dydaktyczne - słownik:

Metody eksponujące - film
Metody podające - wykład informacyjny
Metody problemowe - metody aktywizujące - dyskusja dydaktyczna
Metody problemowe - metody aktywizujące - metoda przypadków

Metody dydaktyczne:

(tylko po angielsku)

Learning activities and teaching methods – thesaurus: lecture, discussion of assigned texts and presented historical movies

Bilans punktów ECTS:

(tylko po angielsku) 4

Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The main problems discussed:

1.The Third Rome and the West: some “old Russian” ideological narratives

2.Peter the Great, Catherine II - ideologies of expansion

3.Alexander Pushkin and Nicholas Karamzin – the first „classics” of Russian imperialism

4.Slavofilism, Panslavism, and Dostoevsky: early versions of the “Clash of Civilisations”

5. Between “Russian socialism” and liberalism -

6.Russian Communism: from Lenin to Stalin – a short course through geopolitics and culture (with classical propaganda movies discussion)

7. Eurasianism – original and reborn (from Nicholas Trubetzkoy to Alexander Dugin)

8. Alexander Solzhenitsyn and the failure of Russian pro-Western orientation

9. Vladimir Putin and his imperial synthesis (with contemporary Russian movies and their ideological content discussion)

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The main problems discussed:

1.The Third Rome and the West: some “old Russian” ideological narratives

2.Peter the Great, Catherine II - ideologies of expansion

3.Alexander Pushkin and Nicholas Karamzin – the first „classics” of Russian imperialism

4.Slavofilism, Panslavism, and Dostoevsky: early versions of the “Clash of Civilisations”

5. Between “Russian socialism” and liberalism -

6.Russian Communism: from Lenin to Stalin – a short course through geopolitics and culture (with classical propaganda movies discussion)

7. Eurasianism – original and reborn (from Nicholas Trubetzkoy to Alexander Dugin)

8. Alexander Solzhenitsyn and the failure of Russian pro-Western orientation

9. Vladimir Putin and his imperial synthesis (with contemporary Russian movies and their ideological content discussion)

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

M. Bassin, Imperial Visions. Nationalist Imagination and Geographical Expansion in the Russian Far East, 1840-1865, Cambridge 2006 (2nd ed.)

J. Billington, Icon and Axe, An Interpretative History of Russian Culture, New York 1970

J. Billington, Russia in Search of Itself, Washington, D.C. 2004

Y. M. Brudny, Reinventing Russia. Russian Nationalism and the Soviet State 1953-1991, Cambridge, Mass. 1998

Ch. J. Chulos, J. Remy (eds.), Imperial and National Identities in Pre-Revolutionary, Soviet, and Post-Soviet Russia, Helsinki 2002

R. Conquest (ed.), The Last Empire: Nationality nad the Soviet Future, Stanford 1986

R. Crews, For Prophet and Tsar. Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia, Cambridge, Mass. – London 2006

M. W. Doyle, Empires, Ithaca 1986

P. Duncan, Russian Messianism: Third Rome, Holy Revolution, Communism and After, London 2000

Z. Gitelman, L. Hajda, J. P. Himka, R. Solchanyk (eds.), Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe. Essays in Honor of Roman Szporluk, Cambridge, Mass. 2000

T. Hayashi (ed.), The Construction and Deconstruction of National Histories in Slavic Eurasia, Sapporo 2003

G. Hosking, Rulers and Victims. The Russians in the Soviet Union, Cambridge, Mass. 2006

G. Hosking, Russia: People and Empire, 1552-1917, Cambridge, 1997

F. Hirsch, Empire of Nations. Ethnographic Knowledge and the Making of the Soviet Union, Ithaca 2005

T. Hunczak (ed.), Russian Imperialism From Ivan the Great to the Revolution, Lanham-New York 1976

A. Jersild, Orientalism and Empire. North Caucasus Mountain Peoples and the Georgian Frontier, 1845-1917, Kingston – Ontario – Montreal 2002

A. Kappeler, Z.E. Kohut, F.E. Sysyn, M. von Hagen (eds.), Culture, Nation, and Identity. The Ukrainian-Russian Encounter (1600-1945), Edmonton-Toronto 2003

M. Khodarkovsky, Russia’s Steppe Frontier. The Making of a Colonial Empire 1500-1800, Bloomington 2002

H. Kuromiya, Freedom and Terror in the Donbas: A Ukrainian-Russian Borderland, 1870s–1990s, Cambridge 1998

H. Kuromiya, The Voices of the Dead: Stalin's Great Terror in the 1930s., New Haven and London 2007

J. LeDonne, The Russian Empire and the World, Oxford 1997

J. LeDonne, The Grand Strategy of the Russian Empire, 1650-1831, Oxford 2004

D. Lieven, Empire. The Russian Empire and Its Rivals, New Haven - London 2000

D. Lieven (red.), The Cambridge History of Russia, Vol. II, Imperial Russia, 1689–1917, Cambridge 2006

B. Lincoln, Russia’s Rulers Under the Old Regime, New Haven 1989

T. Martin, The Affirmative Action Empire: Nations and Nationalism in the Soviet Union, 1923-1939, Ithaca 2001

K. Matsuzato (red.), Emerging Meso-Areas in the Former Socialist Countries. Histories Revived or Improvised, Sapporo 2005

K. Matsuzato (red.), Imperiology. From Empirical Knowledge to Discussing the Russian Empire, Sapporo 2007

A. Motyl, Imperial Ends, The Decay, Collapse, and Revival of Empires, New York 2001

H. Münkler, Empires. The Logic of World Domination from Ancient Rome to the United States, Cambridge 2007

I. Neumann, Russia and the Idea of Europe. A Study in Identity and International Relations, London – New York 1996

A. Nowak, History and Geopolitics: A Contest for Eastern Europe, Warsaw 2008

A. Nowak, Imperiological Studies. A Polish Perspective, Kraków 2011

A. Nowak (ed.) Imperial Victims/Empires as Victims: 44 Views. Ofiary imperiów/imperia jako ofiary: 44 spojrzenia, Warsaw 2010

A. Pagden, Lords of All the World. Ideologies of Empire in Spain, Britain and Empire c. 1500 – c. 1800, New Haven, London 1995

H. Ram, The Imperial Sublime. A Russian Poetics of Empire, Madison 2003

M. Sedgwick, Against the Modern World. Traditionalism and the Secret Intellectual History of the Twentieth Century, Oxford 2004

T. Snyder, The Reconstruction of Nations. Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, 1569-1999, New Haven – London 2003

T. Snyder, Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin, New York 2010

W. Sunderland, Taming the Wild Field: Colonization and Empire on the Russian Steppe, Ithaca 2004

R. G. Suny, The Revenge of the Past: Nationalism, Revolution, and the Collapse of the Soviet Union, Stanford 1993

R. G. Suny (ed.), The Cambridge History of Russia, Vol. III, The Twentieth Century, Cambridge 2006

R. G. Suny, M. Kennedy (eds.) Intellectuals and the Articulation of the Nation. Ann Arbor 1999

R. G. Suny, T. Martin (eds.), A State of Nations. Empire and Nation-Building in the Age of Lenin and Stalin, Oxford 2001

R. Szporluk, Russia, Ukraine, and the Breakup of the Soviet Union, Stanford 2000

E. Thaden (ed.), Russification in the Baltic Provinces and Finland, 1855-1914, Princeton 1981

E. Thaden, Russia’s Western Borderlands, 1710-1870, Princeton 1984

E. Thaden, M. Forster Thaden (eds.), Interpreting History: Collective Essays on Russia’s Relations with Europe. New York—Boulder, 1990

E. Thompson, Imperial Knowledge. Russian Literature and Colonialism, Pareger 2000

V. Tolz, Inventing the Nation: Russia, London 2001

A. B. Ulam, The Bolsheviks: the Intellectual, Personal and Political History of the Triumph of Communism in Russia, New York 1965

A. B. Ulam, Expansion and Coexistence: The History of Soviet Foreign Policy - 1917-1967, New York 1967

Solomon Volkov, The Magical Chorus. A History of Russian Culture from Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn, Vintage Books, New York 2008

T. Weeks, Nation and State in Late Imperial Russia. Nationalism and Russification on the Western Frontier, 1863-1914, DeKalb 1996

P. Werth, At the Margins of Orthodoxy. Mission, Governance, and Confessional Politics in Russia's Volga-Kama Region, 1827-1905, Ithaca 2001

A. Wilson, Virtual Politics. Faking Democracy in the Post-Soviet World, New Haven, London 2005

L. Wolff, Inventing Eastern Europe. The Map of Civilization on the Mind of the Enlightenment, Stanford 1994

R. Wortman, Scenarios of Power. Myth and Ceremony in Russian Monarchy, Vol. 1-2, Princeton 1995-2000

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2021/2022" (jeszcze nie rozpoczęty)

Okres: 2022-02-25 - 2022-06-15
Wybrany podział planu:


powiększ
zobacz plan zajęć
Typ zajęć: Wykład, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Andrzej Nowak
Prowadzący grup: Andrzej Nowak
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Egzamin
Cele kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) The aim of the course is to introduce the students into the main ideas, ideological currents, and discussions which has developed throughout the last three centuries of the Russian cultural (and political as well) history.

Efekty kształcenia:

(tylko po angielsku) Ability to understand and analyze main notions of political ideologies and their cultural contexts

Knowledge of basic facts of Russian political and intellectual history of the 19th and 20th century

Ability to analyze phenomena of empires, modern nations and nationalism, and modernization on this particular historical background.

Forma i warunki zaliczenia:

(tylko po angielsku) 1. a paper (3000 words) on topics discussed during the course

2. active participance in discussions organized during the class

Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

(tylko po angielsku) 1. assessment of papers (70% of the final grade)

2. assessment of students participance in classes and discussions organized during the course (30% of the final grade)

Metody dydaktyczne - słownik:

Metody eksponujące - film
Metody podające - wykład informacyjny
Metody problemowe - metody aktywizujące - dyskusja dydaktyczna
Metody problemowe - metody aktywizujące - metoda przypadków

Metody dydaktyczne:

(tylko po angielsku)

Learning activities and teaching methods – thesaurus: lecture, discussion of assigned texts and presented historical movies

Bilans punktów ECTS:

(tylko po angielsku) 4

Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The main problems discussed:

1.The Third Rome and the West: some “old Russian” ideological narratives

2.Peter the Great, Catherine II - ideologies of expansion

3.Alexander Pushkin and Nicholas Karamzin – the first „classics” of Russian imperialism

4.Slavofilism, Panslavism, and Dostoevsky: early versions of the “Clash of Civilisations”

5. Between “Russian socialism” and liberalism -

6.Russian Communism: from Lenin to Stalin – a short course through geopolitics and culture (with classical propaganda movies discussion)

7. Eurasianism – original and reborn (from Nicholas Trubetzkoy to Alexander Dugin)

8. Alexander Solzhenitsyn and the failure of Russian pro-Western orientation

9. Vladimir Putin and his imperial synthesis (with contemporary Russian movies and their ideological content discussion)

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The main problems discussed:

1.The Third Rome and the West: some “old Russian” ideological narratives

2.Peter the Great, Catherine II - ideologies of expansion

3.Alexander Pushkin and Nicholas Karamzin – the first „classics” of Russian imperialism

4.Slavofilism, Panslavism, and Dostoevsky: early versions of the “Clash of Civilisations”

5. Between “Russian socialism” and liberalism -

6.Russian Communism: from Lenin to Stalin – a short course through geopolitics and culture (with classical propaganda movies discussion)

7. Eurasianism – original and reborn (from Nicholas Trubetzkoy to Alexander Dugin)

8. Alexander Solzhenitsyn and the failure of Russian pro-Western orientation

9. Vladimir Putin and his imperial synthesis (with contemporary Russian movies and their ideological content discussion)

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

M. Bassin, Imperial Visions. Nationalist Imagination and Geographical Expansion in the Russian Far East, 1840-1865, Cambridge 2006 (2nd ed.)

J. Billington, Icon and Axe, An Interpretative History of Russian Culture, New York 1970

J. Billington, Russia in Search of Itself, Washington, D.C. 2004

Y. M. Brudny, Reinventing Russia. Russian Nationalism and the Soviet State 1953-1991, Cambridge, Mass. 1998

Ch. J. Chulos, J. Remy (eds.), Imperial and National Identities in Pre-Revolutionary, Soviet, and Post-Soviet Russia, Helsinki 2002

R. Conquest (ed.), The Last Empire: Nationality nad the Soviet Future, Stanford 1986

R. Crews, For Prophet and Tsar. Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia, Cambridge, Mass. – London 2006

M. W. Doyle, Empires, Ithaca 1986

P. Duncan, Russian Messianism: Third Rome, Holy Revolution, Communism and After, London 2000

Z. Gitelman, L. Hajda, J. P. Himka, R. Solchanyk (eds.), Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe. Essays in Honor of Roman Szporluk, Cambridge, Mass. 2000

T. Hayashi (ed.), The Construction and Deconstruction of National Histories in Slavic Eurasia, Sapporo 2003

G. Hosking, Rulers and Victims. The Russians in the Soviet Union, Cambridge, Mass. 2006

G. Hosking, Russia: People and Empire, 1552-1917, Cambridge, 1997

F. Hirsch, Empire of Nations. Ethnographic Knowledge and the Making of the Soviet Union, Ithaca 2005

T. Hunczak (ed.), Russian Imperialism From Ivan the Great to the Revolution, Lanham-New York 1976

A. Jersild, Orientalism and Empire. North Caucasus Mountain Peoples and the Georgian Frontier, 1845-1917, Kingston – Ontario – Montreal 2002

A. Kappeler, Z.E. Kohut, F.E. Sysyn, M. von Hagen (eds.), Culture, Nation, and Identity. The Ukrainian-Russian Encounter (1600-1945), Edmonton-Toronto 2003

M. Khodarkovsky, Russia’s Steppe Frontier. The Making of a Colonial Empire 1500-1800, Bloomington 2002

H. Kuromiya, Freedom and Terror in the Donbas: A Ukrainian-Russian Borderland, 1870s–1990s, Cambridge 1998

H. Kuromiya, The Voices of the Dead: Stalin's Great Terror in the 1930s., New Haven and London 2007

J. LeDonne, The Russian Empire and the World, Oxford 1997

J. LeDonne, The Grand Strategy of the Russian Empire, 1650-1831, Oxford 2004

D. Lieven, Empire. The Russian Empire and Its Rivals, New Haven - London 2000

D. Lieven (red.), The Cambridge History of Russia, Vol. II, Imperial Russia, 1689–1917, Cambridge 2006

B. Lincoln, Russia’s Rulers Under the Old Regime, New Haven 1989

T. Martin, The Affirmative Action Empire: Nations and Nationalism in the Soviet Union, 1923-1939, Ithaca 2001

K. Matsuzato (red.), Emerging Meso-Areas in the Former Socialist Countries. Histories Revived or Improvised, Sapporo 2005

K. Matsuzato (red.), Imperiology. From Empirical Knowledge to Discussing the Russian Empire, Sapporo 2007

A. Motyl, Imperial Ends, The Decay, Collapse, and Revival of Empires, New York 2001

H. Münkler, Empires. The Logic of World Domination from Ancient Rome to the United States, Cambridge 2007

I. Neumann, Russia and the Idea of Europe. A Study in Identity and International Relations, London – New York 1996

A. Nowak, History and Geopolitics: A Contest for Eastern Europe, Warsaw 2008

A. Nowak, Imperiological Studies. A Polish Perspective, Kraków 2011

A. Nowak (ed.) Imperial Victims/Empires as Victims: 44 Views. Ofiary imperiów/imperia jako ofiary: 44 spojrzenia, Warsaw 2010

A. Pagden, Lords of All the World. Ideologies of Empire in Spain, Britain and Empire c. 1500 – c. 1800, New Haven, London 1995

H. Ram, The Imperial Sublime. A Russian Poetics of Empire, Madison 2003

M. Sedgwick, Against the Modern World. Traditionalism and the Secret Intellectual History of the Twentieth Century, Oxford 2004

T. Snyder, The Reconstruction of Nations. Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, 1569-1999, New Haven – London 2003

T. Snyder, Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin, New York 2010

W. Sunderland, Taming the Wild Field: Colonization and Empire on the Russian Steppe, Ithaca 2004

R. G. Suny, The Revenge of the Past: Nationalism, Revolution, and the Collapse of the Soviet Union, Stanford 1993

R. G. Suny (ed.), The Cambridge History of Russia, Vol. III, The Twentieth Century, Cambridge 2006

R. G. Suny, M. Kennedy (eds.) Intellectuals and the Articulation of the Nation. Ann Arbor 1999

R. G. Suny, T. Martin (eds.), A State of Nations. Empire and Nation-Building in the Age of Lenin and Stalin, Oxford 2001

R. Szporluk, Russia, Ukraine, and the Breakup of the Soviet Union, Stanford 2000

E. Thaden (ed.), Russification in the Baltic Provinces and Finland, 1855-1914, Princeton 1981

E. Thaden, Russia’s Western Borderlands, 1710-1870, Princeton 1984

E. Thaden, M. Forster Thaden (eds.), Interpreting History: Collective Essays on Russia’s Relations with Europe. New York—Boulder, 1990

E. Thompson, Imperial Knowledge. Russian Literature and Colonialism, Pareger 2000

V. Tolz, Inventing the Nation: Russia, London 2001

A. B. Ulam, The Bolsheviks: the Intellectual, Personal and Political History of the Triumph of Communism in Russia, New York 1965

A. B. Ulam, Expansion and Coexistence: The History of Soviet Foreign Policy - 1917-1967, New York 1967

Solomon Volkov, The Magical Chorus. A History of Russian Culture from Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn, Vintage Books, New York 2008

T. Weeks, Nation and State in Late Imperial Russia. Nationalism and Russification on the Western Frontier, 1863-1914, DeKalb 1996

P. Werth, At the Margins of Orthodoxy. Mission, Governance, and Confessional Politics in Russia's Volga-Kama Region, 1827-1905, Ithaca 2001

A. Wilson, Virtual Politics. Faking Democracy in the Post-Soviet World, New Haven, London 2005

L. Wolff, Inventing Eastern Europe. The Map of Civilization on the Mind of the Enlightenment, Stanford 1994

R. Wortman, Scenarios of Power. Myth and Ceremony in Russian Monarchy, Vol. 1-2, Princeton 1995-2000

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