Russia Imagined: Art, Culture and National Identity, 1840-1995

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P. Lang, 1999 - Art - 394 pages
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The interdisciplinary essays in Russian and Western cultural and intellectual history shed light on the migration of people, politics, art, and ideas between Russia, Europe, and the United States in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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The Author: Robert C. Williams is Dean of Faculty and Professor of History at Davidson College. He is the author of Russian Art and American Money, Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy and numerous other books and articles on modern Russian and European history.