The program of the discipline of Russians in emigration: the problem of adaptation The author to and. n., Associate Professor Rodionova Nadezhda Alexandrovna.

The program of the discipline of Russians in emigration: the problem of adaptation The author to and. n., Associate Professor Rodionova Nadezhda Alexandrovna.

The program of the discipline of Russians in emigration: the problem of adaptation The author to and. n., Associate Professor Rodionova Nadezhda Alexandrovna.
Russian Federation.
High School of Economics.
General University elective.
Program of discipline.
The author is Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor Rodionova Nadezhda Alexandrovna.
Recommended by UMC section.
Approved by the First Vice-Rector of the SU-HSE.
Russians in emigration: the problem of adaptation.
The author of the program: Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor Rodionova Nadezhda Alexandrovna.
Relationship with other courses:
As a result of studying the course “Russians in emigration: the problem of adaptation”
know the training material provided by this program,
be able to analyze modern political processes in society, taking into account the knowledge of the split in Russian society after the end of the civil war.
– have strong writing skills, analysis and scientific criticism of sources, theories and concepts.
History and main stages of the formation of Russian emigration. Categorical apparatus.
Ways of escape. The numerical composition, settlement and main centers “in the dispersion of existing”.
Constantinople – purgatory after hell – transshipment base of Russian refugees.
Berlin is a quiet creek in brown tones. – The intellectual center of dispersion.
Paris – “emigrant Mecca” – the cultural capital of the Russian emigre.
Prague is the scientific center of Russian refugees.
Russian in China in the 20-30-ies.
Political emigration. Post-revolutionary currents of socio-political thought.
The Russian Orthodox Church is the main institution for the adaptation of refugees in a foreign land.
Russian science and educational and educational centers abroad.
Russian school abroad and the problems of raising children in exile.
OGPU – NKVD against white emigration.
“We are not in exile – we are in a message”: the cultural mission of the Russian emigration.
Psychological and mental features of the n abroad.
Change in the social role of women and family problems in emigration.
The tragedy of emigration in the fates of geniuses: I. Bunin, M. Tsvetaeva,
Life of Russian literature abroad.
Forms of boundary control and the structure of the final evaluation:
current monitoring, in addition to interviews at the seminar sessions, includes writing one abstract, preparing reports at the seminar sessions,
the final control assumes delivery of the offset in the end of 4 modules,
the final evaluation is made up of the student’s timely delivery of all forms of intermediate control and credit.
Evaluation is the definition and expression of the degree of mastering by students of the knowledge, skills and habits established by the program. The structure of the final evaluation is:
Relevance of the topic. The history of Russian emigration as an integral part of the history of Russia. The purpose and objectives of the elective course. Conceptual apparatus. Historiography of the problem. Stages of formation of the Russian diaspora: migration processes and “waves” of emigration. Justification of the chronological and territorial scope of the course.
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1. Boyko Yu.V. On the influence of mixed marriages on the processes of social adaptation of Russians in France in the 1920s. / / The history of Russian abroad. Problems of adaptation of migrants. M., IRI RAS. 1996.
1. Belova E.I. Work of the People’s Socialist Party in emigration. / Foreign Russia. 1917-1939 SPb., 2003.
The role of the Orthodox Church in preserving the national identity and adaptation of Russian refugees.
1. Rodionova N.A. Reader at the rate “Russian in emigration: the problem of adaptation.” M., 2008. Chapter 10. (manuscript, electronic version)
1. Rodionova N.A. Reader at the rate “Russian in emigration: the problem of adaptation.” M., 2008. Chapter 11. (manuscript, electronic version)
Military emigration and the struggle of the Cheka-OGPU-NKVD against white emigration.
1. Rodionova N.A. Reader at the rate “Russian in emigration: the problem of adaptation.” M., 2008. Chapter 12. (manuscript, electronic version)
Cultural and intellectual potential of the Russian abroad. Publishing. Literature and writers (I.Bunin, V.Khodasevich, A.Remizov and others). “The Unseen Generation” (D. Knut, V. Smolensky, B. Poplavsky, L. Chervinskaya and others). Literary associations. I Congress of Russian Writers in Belgrade (1928). Paris is the center of Russian artists. Creativity N. Goncharova, M. Larionov, A. Benois, etc. S.Dyagilev, S. Lifar. Russian ballet is the basis of the worldwide revival of ballet art and the creation of national ballet schools. Russian theaters abroad. Musical culture. F. Shalyapin. National style in the architecture of the Russian abroad. Museum collections, emigrant archives, libraries are the focus of the cultural and historical heritage of Russian dispersion. Features and characteristics of the artistic creativity of Russians abroad. Interaction of Russian cultural life in Russia and in emigration. Unity and struggle between the two branches of a unified national culture. The contribution of emigration to Russian and world culture.
1. History of the Russian abroad. Problems of adaptation of migrants in XIX-XX centuries. Sat. Art. / Ans. Ed. Yu. A. Polyakov. M., 1996. – 174 p.
Settlement and socio-demographic characteristics of women in emigration. The role of social institutions in the adaptation of women. Employment and employment. Downward mobility and further emancipation. The role and contribution of women in the social life of the Russian Diaspora.
Literary life as a text. Domestic behavior (holidays and weekdays, rituals and ceremonies) and other forms of symbolic behavior as a reflection of sociocultural processes, as manifestations of sociocultural norms, ideals and value systems.
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