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Two Lenins : a brief anthropology of time

Author: Nikolai V Ssorin-Chaikov
Publisher: Chicago, IL : HAU Books, [2017] ©2017
Series: Malinowski monographs series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Highly innovative and theoretically incisive, Two Lenins is the first book-length anthropological examination of how social reality can be organized around different yet concurrent ideas of time. Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov grounds his theoretical exploration in fascinating ethnographic and historical material on two Lenins: the first is the famed Soviet leader of the early twentieth century, and the second is a Siberian
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Ssorin-Chaikov, Nikolai V.,
Two Lenins
(DLC) 2017934091
(OCoLC)1018388910
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nikolai V Ssorin-Chaikov
ISBN: 9781912808205 191280820X 9780997367539 0997367539
OCLC Number: 1030816412
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 150 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: 00_Cover; 00_FM; 01_Ack; 01a_List of figures; 02_Chapter_1; 03_Chapter_2; 04_Chapter_3; 05_Chapter_4; 06_Chapter_5; 07_Chapter_6; 08_Ref; 09_Backmatter; 10_Backmatter_1; 11_Backcover
Series Title: Malinowski monographs series.
Responsibility: Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov.

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Highly innovative and theoretically incisive, Two Lenins is the first book-length anthropological examination of how social reality can be organized around different yet concurrent ideas of time. Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov grounds his theoretical exploration in fascinating ethnographic and historical material on two Lenins: the first is the famed Soviet leader of the early twentieth century, and the second is a Siberian Evenki hunter--nicknamed "Lenin"--who experienced the collapse of the USSR during the 1990s. Through their intertwined stories, Ssorin-Chaikov unveils new dimensions of ethnographic reality by multiplying our notions of time. Ssorin-Chaikov examines Vladimir Lenin at the height of his reign in 1920s Soviet Russia, focusing especially on his relationship with American businessperson Armand Hammer. He casts this scene against the second Lenin--the hunter on the far end of the country, in Siberia, at the far end of the century, the 1990s, who is tasked with improvising postsocia.

Ssorin-Chaikov examines Vladimir Lenin at the height of his reign in 1920s Soviet Russia, focusing especially on his relationship with American businessperson Armand Hammer. He casts this scene against the second Lenin -- the hunter on the far end of the country, in Siberia, at the far end of the century, the 1990s, who is tasked with improvising postsocialism in the economic and political uncertainties of post-Soviet transition. Moving from Moscow to Siberia to New York, and traveling form [sic] the 1920s to the 1960s to the 1990s, Ssorin-Chaikov takes readers beyond a simple global history or cross-temporal comparison, instead using these two figures to enact an ethnographic study of the very category of time that we use to bridge different historical contexts." -- Page [4] of cover.

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