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“Shagi / Steps” the Journal of the School of the Advanced Studies in the Humanities

Issues

               
                   
                        
                   
                   
2018 :Vol. 4, N 1Vol. 4, N 2Vol. 4, N 3–4
2017 :Vol. 3, N 1Vol. 3, N 2Vol. 3, N 3Vol. 3, N 4
2016 :Vol. 2, N 1Vol. 2, N 2–3Vol. 2, N 4
2015 :Vol. 1, N 1Vol. 1, N 2

SHAGI/STEPS 2018, Vol. 4, N 3–4

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[Download full-text version] . Ñ. 288.  
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Editorial note // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 7–8.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-7-8
Articles
Anachronism
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A. A. Oleynikov Anachronism and the limits of history // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 9–25.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-9-25
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S. N. Zenkin Anachronism and historical discourse // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 26–35.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-26-35
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N. A. Kochekovskaya Allegory as a mode of temporality in 20th century humanities: Anachronism as a cultural practice // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 36–58.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-36-58
Temporal regimes
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O. V. Gavrishina The photograph as ruin // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 59–67.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-59-67
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Î. Gurova Fashion and time: The lifespan of things in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 68–96.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-68-96
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A. V. Stogova Samuel Pepys and solemn oaths // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 97–114.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-97-114
Cultural memory
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A. A. Bonch-Osmolovskaya Names of time: Epithets of decades in the Russian National Corpus as a projection of cultural memory // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 115–146.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-115-146
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E. G. Lapina-Kratasyuk, M. V. Rubleva Projects to preserve personal memories: Digital archives and participatory culture // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 147–165.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-147-165
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K. O. Gusarova Fashionable history: Writing the past in Modnyi Magazin // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 166–194.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-166-194
Cultural reflection
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O. Yu. Bessmertnaya A view from the past. Representing the Other, or How to study the Other: Some trends in post-colonial studies and the ‘historical turn’ through the eyes of a post-Soviet ‘Africanist’ (1999) // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 195–212.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-195-212
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S. A. Eremeeva Beyond: The USSR of the 1930s through foreigners’ eyes // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 213–230.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-213-230
Publications
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V. A. Milchina The Flâneur in Paris // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 231–246.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-231-246
Varia
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K. A. New From imitation to refutation: The canonisation and decanonisation of the metaphor of a poetic monument in Russian literature // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 247–274.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-247-274
Reviews
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M. S. Neklyudova Russian theater between Catherine the Great’s Thalia and Elizabeth’s Melpomene // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 275–282.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-275-282
Academic life
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D. A. Radchenko, M. I. Baiduzh Subculture, movement or stage: Two conferences on research into cultural groups // SHAGI/STEPS 4(3–4). Ñ. 283–288.   DOI: 10.22394/2412-9410-2018-4-3-283-288