Bourdieu’s Secret Admirer in the Caucasus is a gripping account of the developmental dynamics involved in the collapse of Soviet socialism 다운로드. Fusing a narrative of human agency to his critical discussion of structural forces, Georgi M. Derluguian reconstructs from firsthand accounts the life story of Musa Shanib—who from a small town in the Caucasus grew to be a prominent leader in the Chechen revolution 다운로드. In his examination of Shanib and his keen interest in the sociology of Pierre Bourdieu, Derluguian discerns how and why this dissident intellectual became a nationalist warlord 경희대.
Exploring globalization, democratization, ethnic identity, and international terrorism, Derluguian contextualizes Shanib’s personal trajectory from de-Stalinization through the nationalist rebellions of the 1990s, to the recent rise in Islamic militancy 다운로드. He masterfully reveals not only how external economic and political forces affect the former Soviet republics but how those forces are in turn shaped by the individuals, institutions, ethnicities, and social networks that make up those societies 다운로드. Drawing on the work of Charles Tilly, Immanuel Wallerstein, and, of course, Bourdieu, Derluguian’s explanation of the recent ethnic wars and terrorist acts in Russia succeeds in illuminating the role of human agency in shaping history 함부로 애틋하게 5회 다운로드.
Derluguian, G. M. (2005). Bourdieu’s Secret Admirer in the Caucasus: A World-System Biography. University of Chicago Press 다운로드.
Like the other republics floating free after the demise of the Soviet empire, the independent republic of Georgia is reinventing its past, recovering what had been forgotten or distorted during the long years of Russian and Soviet rule keynote 무료. Whether Georgia can successfully be transformed from a society rent by conflict into a pluralistic democratic nation will depend on Georgians rethinking their history 하모니 다운로드.
This is the first comprehensive treatment of Georgian history, from the ethnogenesis of the Georgians in the first millennium B.C., through the period of Russian and Soviet rule in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, to the emergence of an independent republic in 1991, the ethnic and civil warfare that has ensued, and perspectives for Georgia’s future 프레임워크 다운로드.
Suny, R. G. (1994). The Making of the Georgian Nation. Indiana University Press.
Oliver Reisner argues that the potential foundation of national consensus and legitimization of the Georgian state becomes the subject of domestic political dispute which even extends into the classroom 트와일라잇 1 다운로드.
Reisner, O. (1998). What can and should we learn from Georgian history? Observations of someone who was trained in the Western tradition of science. Internationale Schulbuchforschung, 409-424 다운로드.
This is an analysis of a public debate on the ethnicity entry on Georgian citizens’ ID cards that enfolded in the period preceeding the parliamentary elections in autumn 1999 and its relationship to Soviet nationality policy 다운로드.
Reisner, O. (2010). Between State and Nation Building: The Debate about ‘Ethnicity’ in Georgian Citizens’ ID Cards” In: Françoise Companjen, László Marácz, Lia Versteegh (eds.): Exploring the Caucasus in the 21st Century hy 헤드 라인 m. Essays on Culture, History and Politics in a Dynamic Context. Amsterdam: Pallas Publication, 2010, pp. 157-179.
This article considers the impact of ethnic identity in Eurasia following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the emergence of fifteen nation-states that are home to a variety of dispersed ethnic communities 다운로드. Using a constructivist approach to the study of ethnic and national conflicts, author holds that it is fallacious to assume that nations and states possess a single identity that drives their domestic and foreign policies 신규 노제휴 다운로드.
Suny, R. (1999/2000). Provisional Stabilities: The Politics of Identities in Post-Soviet Eurasia. International Security 24 (3), 139-78 다운로드.