Melancholic Identities Toska And Reflective Nostalgia
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📒Melancholic Identities Toska And Reflective Nostalgia ✍ Sara Salmon
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📒What Nostalgia Was ✍ Thomas Dodman
✏What Nostalgia Was Book Summary : In What Nostalgia Was, historian Thomas Dodman traces the history of clinical "nostalgia" from when it was first coined in 1688 to describe deadly homesickness until the late nineteenth century, when it morphed into the benign yearning for a lost past we are all familiar with today. Dodman explores how people, both doctors and sufferers, understood nostalgia in late seventeenth-century Swiss cantons (where the first cases were reported) to the Napoleonic wars and to the French colonization of North Africa in the latter 1800s. A work of transnational scope over the longue duree, the book is an intellectual biography of a "transient mental illness" that was successively reframed according to prevailing notions of medicine, romanticism, and climatic and racial determinism. At the same time, Dodman adopts an ethnographic sensitivity to understand the everyday experience of living with nostalgia. In so doing, he explains why nostalgia was such a compelling diagnosis for war neuroses and generalized socioemotional disembeddedness at the dawn of the capitalist era and how it can be understood as a powerful bellwether of the psychological effects of living in the modern age.
📒Post Soviet Nostalgia ✍ Otto Boele
✏Post Soviet Nostalgia Book Summary : Bringing together scholars from Russia, the United States and Europe, this collection of essays is the first to explore the slippery phenomenon of post-Soviet nostalgia by studying it as a discursive practice serving a wide variety of ideological agendas. The authors demonstrate how feelings of loss and displacement in post-Soviet Russia are turned into effective tools of state building and national mobilization, as well as into weapons for local resistance and the assertion of individual autonomy. Drawing on novels, memoirs, documentaries, photographs and Soviet commodities, Post-Soviet Nostalgia is an invaluable resource for historians, literary scholars and anthropologists interested in how Russia comes to terms with its Soviet past.
📒The Role Of Prefixes In The Formation Of Aspectuality ✍ Rosanna Benacchio
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📒Horace In The Kyiv Mohylanian Poetics 17th First Half Of The 18th Century ✍ Giovanna Siedina
✏Horace in the Kyiv Mohylanian Poetics 17th First Half of the 18th Century Book Summary : Non è stato inserito nulla