4 edition of Architectures of Russian Identity 1500 to the Present found in the catalog.
by Cornell University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||James Cracraft (Editor), Daniel Rowland (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Review. " Architectures of Russian Identity, to the Present, opens a window onto a vast and little-known world. From St. Petersburg to Tashkent, from the time of Ivan the Terrible to the period of rebuilding after the collapse of the Soviet regime, architecture has played a key role in debates about religion, politics, Cited by: "Architectures of Russian Identity, to the Present, opens a window onto a vast and little-known world.
From St. Petersburg to Tashkent, from the time of Ivan the Terrible to the period of rebuilding after the collapse of the Soviet regime, architecture has played a key role in debates about religion, politics, and society across the far-flung Russian territories.4/5(5).
In Architectures of Russian Identity, James Cracraft and Daniel Rowland gather a group of authors from a wide variety of backgrounds—including history and architectural history, linguistics, literary studies, geography, and political science—to survey the political and symbolic meanings of many different kinds of structures.
Fourteen heavily illustrated chapters demonstrate the remarkable fertility of the theme of architecture, broadly defined, for a range of fields dealing with Russia Author: James Cracraft, Daniel Rowland. Architectures of Russian Identity: to the Present. From the royal pew of Ivan the Terrible, to Catherine the Great's use of landscape, to the struggles between the Orthodox Church and preservationists in post-Soviet Yaroslavl--across five centuries of Russian history, Russian leaders have used architecture to project unity, identity, and power.
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