Series in Russian and East European studies. Kritika historical studies.
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Introduction: The oblique coordinate systems of modern identity / György Péteri Were the Czechs more Western than Slavic? Nineteenth-century travel literature from Russia by disillusioned Czechs / Karen Gammelgaard Privileged origins : "national models" and reforms of public health in interwar Hungary / Erik Ingebrigtsen Defending children's rights, "in defense of peace" : children and Soviet cultural diplomacy / Catriona Kelly East as true West : redeeming bourgeois culture, from socialist realism to Ostalgie / Greg Castillo Paris or Moscow? Warsaw architects and the image of the modern city in the 1950s / David Crowley Imagining Richard Wagner : the Janus head of a divided nation / Elaine Kelly From Iron Curtain to silver screen : imagining the West in the Khrushchev era / Anne E. Gorsuch Mirror, mirror, on the wall is the West the fairest of them all? Czechoslovak normalization and its (dis)contents / Paulina Bren Who will beat whom? Soviet popular reception of the American National Exhibition in Moscow, 1959 / Susan E. Reid Moscow human rights defenders look West : attitudes toward U.S. journalists in the 1960s and 1970s / Barbara Walker Conclusion: Transnational history and the East-West divide / Michael David-Fox.
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Print version: Imagining the West in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania : University of Pittsburgh Press,  vi, 330 pages ; 23 cm Pitt series in Russian and East European studies