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Common Places: Mythologies of Everyday Life in Russia
23 July 2010

Common Places: Mythologies of Everyday Life in Russia
Common Places: Mythologies of Everyday Life in Russia
Harvard University Press 1995 | 384 | ISBN: 0674146255 | PDF | 19
What is the "real Russia"? What is the relationship between national dreams and kitsch, between political and artistic utopia and everyday existence? Commonplaces of daily living would be perfect clues for those seeking to understand a culture. But in Russia, everyday life was hidden behind political, ideological or artistic screens, deemed irrelevant or inscrutable. And all who write big books on Russian life confess their failure to get properly inside Russia, to understand its "doublespeak". This book provides a view of Russia that is historically informed and filled with unexpected detail. Alternating analysis with personal ***s of Russian life, Boym conveys the foreignness of Russia and examines peculiar conceptions of private life and common good, of "culture" and "trash", of sincerity and banality. Armed with a dictionary of untranslatable terms, we step around uncle Fedia asleep in the hall, surrounded by a puddle of urine, and enter the communal apartment, the central exhibit of the book. It is the ruin of the communal utopia and a unique institution of Soviet daily life; a model Soviet home and a breeding ground for grass-root informants. Here, privacy is forbidden; here the inhabitants defiantly treasure their bits of "domestic trash", targets of ideological campaigns for the transformation (perestroika) of everyday life. Against the Russian and Soviet myths of national destiny, the trivial, the ordinary, even the trashy, take on a utopian dimension. Not even the books can be simply good reads. They must be "Great Literature" or they are junk. In Russia, a bad writer, a graphomaniac, is a threat to the national dream. Boym studies Russian culture in a broad sense of the word; she ranges from 19th- and 20th-century intellectual thought to art and popular culture. With her we go walking in Moscow and Leningrad, eavesdrop on domestic life, and discover jokes, films and TV programmes. In the final chapter, Boym reflects on the 1991 coup that marked the end of the Soviet Union and evoked fin de siecle apocalyptic visions. The book ends with a poignant reflection on the nature of communal utopia and nostalgia, on homesickness and the sickness of being home. ...
A Brief History of Russia
23 July 2010

A Brief History of Russia
A Brief History of Russia
Facts on File 2008 | 310 | ISBN: 0816071128 | PDF | 9
This book serves as a comprehensive guide to the history and culture of Russia. It covers the history of Russia, the world's largest nation - from its early beginnings in the ninth century when Rurik, a Varangian king, established the first Russian state near Kiev, to the current presidency of Vladimir Putin - is extensive and fascinating.Detailing the social, economic, and political changes and crises that the people of Russia have had to endure, "A Brief History of Russia" provides a comprehensive and accessible *** of this vast country's history. A chronology, bibliography, suggested reading, and other helpful features enrich this invaluable book.Its coverage includes: The conquest and rule of Russia by the Mongol Golden Horde; The reign of terror by Ivan the Terrible; The start of modernization under Peter the Great; The rise to the center of the European power under Catherine the Great; The Russian Revolution and the emergence of the superpower Soviet Union; The disintegration of the Soviet Union; and, The political, social, and economic problems that the country has faced since then....
Lost and Found in Russia: Lives in the Post-Soviet Landscape
13 April 2011

Lost and Found in Russia: Lives in the Post-Soviet Landscape

Lost and Found in Russia: Lives in the Post-Soviet Landscape

2010 | 320 | ISBN: 1590513487 | EPUB + PDF | 2 MB + 2 Mb

Part travelogue, part contemporary history, Richards's new work explores postcommunist Russia from the point of view of the Russian people directly affected by one of the 20th century's most defining sociopolitical events, the collapse of the U.S.S.R. Recounting her travels in Russia from 1992 to 2008, Richards, who wrote the PEN/Time-Life Awardľwinning Epics of Everyday Life, focuses on the country's forgotten provinces and the lives of her friends--the monastic, poetic journalist Anna; the manic, wandering couple Natasha and Igor; entrepreneurial Misha and his serene beauty of a wife, Tatiana. As a writer Richards wears her heart on her sleeve, and her story is full of empathy, frustration, and admiration as she observes her friends going through the roller-coaster of emotions, from hope to despair. And while glimpses into the lives of Russia's common folk are interesting, the real gems Richards uncovers are about the parts of the Russian society and mindset that remained hidden from Western eyes for nearly a century. Whether she is discovering a town said to be frequented by UFOs, exploring Russia's development of parapsychological weapons, or visiting a lab where "communication with the divine" is studied, Richards is constantly exposing a mystical and religious side of Russia that flies in the face of Western rationalism....
Channel 4 - Bigfoot Files 3of3 Russia Almasty (2013) 720p HDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
7 November 2013

Channel 4 - Bigfoot Files 3of3 Russia Almasty (2013) 720p HDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
Channel 4 - Bigfoot Files 3of3 Russia Almasty (2013) 720p HDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
Language: English
47mn 20s | 1280 x 720 | x264 - 2 500 Kbps | 25.000 fps | AAC - 160 Kbps | 896 MiB
Genre: Documentary

Part 3: Russia Almasty
The 'Almasty' is Russia's very own Bigfoot. It has been written about for over 300 years, and Russia's Almasty hunters claim there have been over 10,000 encounters over the years. The big theory in Russia is that it's a surviving hominid, possibly even a Neanderthal. Mark Evans travels to Russia and investigates one of the highest profile Bigfoot stories in the world: the tale of Zana, the so-called Wildwoman: a living Almasty said to have been found in the remote Caucasus in the 1870s.
Criminal Law & Criminal Justice - An Introduction
19 November 2013

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Criminal Law & Criminal Justice - An Introduction (repost)
English | 2009 | ISBN: 1847870872, 1847870864 | 240 pages | PDF | 3 MB

This accessible text enables criminology and criminal justice students to understand and critically evaluate the criminal law, in the context of criminal justice and wider social issues. The book explains criminal law comprehensively, covering both general principles and specific types of criminal offence. It examines criminal law in its social context, as well as considering how it is used by the criminal justice processes and agencies which enforce it in practice.
Russia: A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People (Audiobook)
26 November 2010

Russia: A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People (Audiobook)

Russia: A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People (Audiobook)

2009 | 19 hours and 55 mins | ISBN: n/a | MP3 | 432 Mb

In this timely and revealing portrait, distinguished author and broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby crosses eight time zones and covers 10,000 miles, from Murmansk in the Arctic Circle to the Asian city of Vladivostok, in an attempt to get beneath the skin of modern Russia. Travelling by road, rail and boat, his epic journey takes him from the splendour of St Petersburg to remote parts of Siberia. Jonathan was the only British television journalist to interview President Gorbachev during the Cold War, and, returning to Russia for the first time since those days, he discovers a land transformed. But despite economic progress, he finds aspects of Russian society deeply troubling, and takes an unflinchingly critical look at the way Russia has been run during the Putin years. For Jonathan, crossing the immense Russian landmass became as much an interior journey as an exterior one. Filled with a dazzling array of historical and literary references, this is a riveting and illuminating account of modern Russia....
Pavel Volya - Our Russia Multitrack Wav
14 October 2011

Pavel Volya - Our Russia Multitrack Wav
Pavel Volya - Our Russia Multitrack Wav | 240MB

Nasha Russia In Russian called ═Ó°Ó Russia, Our Russia, My Russia is a Russian sketch show created by Comedy Club Productions. It was written by former KVN player Semyon Slepakov and producer Garik Martirosyan
Autosputnik 5 rev. 32 293 + maps of Russia, 2011. All of Russia (2011)
12 November 2011

Autosputnik 5 rev. 32 293 + maps of Russia, 2011. All of Russia (2011)
Autosputnik 5 rev. 32 293 + maps of Russia, 2011. All of Russia (2011) | 2.17 GB

AUTOSPUTNIK 5 - Automobile GPS / GLONASS navigation system for the WM avtonavigatorov
Development of Energy Efficiency Indicators in Russia 2011
4 November 2012

Development of Energy Efficiency Indicators in Russia 2011
Development of Energy Efficiency Indicators in Russia 2011
OECD, IEA | 2011 | ISBN: n/a | 55 pages | PDF | 5.5 MB

Russia is sometimes referred to as "the Saudi Arabia of energy efficiency"; its vast potential to reduce energy consumption can be considered a significant "energy reserve". Russia, recognising the benefits of more efficient use of energy, is taking measures to exploit this potential. In the past few years, the IEA has worked closely with Russian authorities to support the development of energy efficiency indicators in Russia, critical to an effective implementation and monitoring of Russiaĺs ambitious energy intensity and efficiency goals.
Russia: A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People (Audiobook)
15 July 2013

Russia: A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People (Audiobook)

Russia: A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People (Audiobook) By Jonathan Dimbleby, read by the author
Unabridged edition 2009 | 19 hours and 55 mins | ISBN: n/a , ASIN: B0054QF3NO | MP3 48 kbps | 432 MB

In this timely and revealing portrait, distinguished author and broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby crosses eight time zones and covers 10,000 miles, from Murmansk in the Arctic Circle to the Asian city of Vladivostok, in an attempt to get beneath the skin of modern Russia. Travelling by road, rail and boat, his epic journey takes him from the splendour of St Petersburg to remote parts of Siberia. Jonathan was the only British television journalist to interview President Gorbachev during the Cold War, and, returning to Russia for the first time since those days, he discovers a land transformed. But despite economic progress, he finds aspects of Russian society deeply troubling, and takes an unflinchingly critical look at the way Russia has been run during the Putin years. For Jonathan, crossing the immense Russian landmass became as much an interior journey as an exterior one. Filled with a dazzling array of historical and literary references, this is a riveting and illuminating account of modern Russia.