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«Русский архив» (Russkii arkhiv) – российский исторический журнал.

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Периодичность – 2 раза в год.
Издается с 2013 года.

1 March 31, 2015


1.
Column by chief editor

Russkii Arkhiv, 2015, Vol. (7), Is. 1, pp. 4-5.
URL: http://ejournal16.com/journals_n/1429109591.pdf
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Articles and Reports

2. Natalya S. Petrova
Information Bulletins of the Political Oversight Organizations as a Source for the Study of Contemporary Folklore (Meteorological Magic of 1920–1930s)

Russkii Arkhiv, 2015, Vol. (7), Is. 1, pp. 6-14.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2015.7.6CrossRef

Abstract:
The research is based on the material of the information bulletins of the Communist Party and the VChK-OGPU-NKVD’ departments and memoirs of 1920–1930. Texts describing the meteorological magic rites in the Soviet countryside are analyzed. Comparative analysis of these practices and the pre-revolutionary tradition is carried out and changes in connection with the new socio-political context are identified.

URL: http://ejournal16.com/journals_n/1429109717.pdf
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Publication of Sources

3. Nikita V. Petrov
“I Live in the Place Where the Troopers Wait, and Alexander Pushkin Is Walking...”: Memories of Vyacheslav Vs. Ivanov and Tatiana M. Nikolaeva about Moscow in 1930–1950s

Russkii Arkhiv, 2015, Vol. (7), Is. 1, pp. 15-26.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2015.7.15CrossRef

Abstract:
The interview with Vyacheslav Vsevolodovich Ivanov and with Tatiana Mikhaylovna Nikolaeva was dedicated to their private life during 1930–1950s, their pre-military childhood and the everyday life of postwar Moscow. Elements of old Moscow’s architectural images and some urban legends are mentioned in the interview. Memoirs contain an unofficial oral version of Soviet history.

URL: http://ejournal16.com/journals_n/1429109964.pdf
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4. Nina A. Vlaskina
Trans-Don Region in the First Decades of the Soviet Regime: Memoirs of Evdokia Dubinskaya

Russkii Arkhiv, 2015, Vol. (7), Is. 1, pp. 27-46.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2015.7.27CrossRef

Abstract:
The interview with Evdokia Dubinskaya describes the first decades of the Soviet regime in the Trans-Don region. The publication comprises of narratives about rural mode of life in 1930s, establishing of the first collective farms, a failed attempt to settle in the Kuban region, returning to the home village, and organization of the first child camp.

URL: http://ejournal16.com/journals_n/1429110047.pdf
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5. Irina A. Kuznetsova
The Role of Biographical Stories in the Ethnographic Research: The Case of Interview with Fedora Kravchenko

Russkii Arkhiv, 2015, Vol. (7), Is. 1, pp. 47-52.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2015.7.47CrossRef

Abstract:
The interview with Fedora Kravchenko, born in the Uspensky District of the Krasnodarsky Kray, actualizes the issue of the research potential of biographical materials collected in ethnographic expeditions. The gap between individual stories and generalized facts is discussed. The peculiarities of youth relationships and marital strategies in the Kuban region in the pre-war period are characterized.

URL: http://ejournal16.com/journals_n/1429110155.pdf
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6. Svetlana V. Martynova
The Interview with Anna Yakovlevna Chumakova

Russkii Arkhiv, 2015, Vol. (7), Is. 1, pp. 53-63.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2015.7.53CrossRef

Abstract:
The material concerns the period of 1920–1930s, describes the political, economic and social phenomena and processes of the period, such as the establishing of collective farms, the famine of the 1930s, anti-religious policy, Decossackization, etc., discloses the features of the Don Cossack’s everyday life.

URL: http://ejournal16.com/journals_n/1429110229.pdf
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Reviews

7. Natalia B. Gramatchikova
Demtchenko, I.N. (comp.). Uninvented Stories Prompted by Human Memory: 30, 40, 50s of the 20th Century in the Recollections of Children Having Grown Up Long Ago. Yekaterinburg: Autograph, 2013. 200 p.

Russkii Arkhiv, 2015, Vol. (7), Is. 1, pp. 64-72.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2015.7.64CrossRef

Abstract:
The article presents a review of memoirs and documentary materials collected by inhabitants of Uralmash and about the Uralmash itself. Most attention is paid to the Second World War and post-war years, although there are a number of interesting documents dating back to the beginning of construction of the factory (1928) and the first five-year period. This book also includes a section written by the honoured teacher of Russia, G.P. Staduhina, about more than a century of School №160 history in the village of Pishma (now located in Ordzhonikidzevsky District of Yekaterinburg). This collection of materials is interesting and worth reading due to the oral history of the Uralmash and the Great Patriotic War in the Urals, and because it gives a ―snap shot‖ of the development of Russian provincial journalism in the early 21st century.

URL: http://ejournal16.com/journals_n/1429110304.pdf
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