Iranian Studies: иранистика в России и СССР

Всем, кто интересуется иранистикой в России и Советском Союзе, рекомендуем ознакомиться с последним выпуском журнала Iranian Studies: “Russian Orientalism to Soviet Iranology: The Persian-speaking world and its history through Russian eyes”. Отдельные статьи журнала можно приобрести на сайте издательства (http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cist20/current) или бесплатно скачать на сайте jstor.org (при наличии университетской подписки). Публикуем здесь оглавление номера:

 

 

Guest Editors’ Preface and Acknowledgements

Stephanie Cronin & Edmund Herzig

pages 645-646

 

Introduction: Edward Said, Russian Orientalism and Soviet Iranology

Stephanie Cronin

pages 647-662

 

The Origins of Iranian Studies in Russia (Nineteenth to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century)

Alexey Khismatulin

pages 663-673

 

Reflections on an Orientalist: Alexander Kuhn (1840–88), the Man and his Legacy

Olga Yastrebova & Arezou Azad

pages 675-694

 

 

Rupture or Continuity? The Organizational Set-up of Russian and Soviet Oriental Studies before and after 1917

Denis V. Volkov

pages 695-712

 

“Red Mecca”—The Communist University for Laborers of the East (KUTV): Iranian Scholars and Students in Moscow in the 1920s and 1930s

Lana Ravandi-Fadai

pages 713-727

 

Soviet Orientalism and Nationalism in Central Asia: Aleksandr Semenov's Vision of Tajik National Identity

Matthias Battis

pages 729-745

 

“A People Forgotten by History”: Soviet Studies of the Kurds

Michiel Leezenberg

pages 747-767

 

A Family Quarrel: Azerbaijani Historians against Soviet Iranologists

Harun Yilmaz

pages 769-783

 

Olga Chekhovich: Two Facets of a Soviet Academic

Ulfatbek Abdurasulov

pages 785-804

 

 

Soviet Civilization through a Persian Lens: Iranian Intellectuals, Cultural Diplomacy and Socialist Modernity 1941–55

James Pickett

pages 805-826