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ReSET CHALLENGES ProJECT


2012 Summer Session




  1. Reassessing Power, Resistance and Negotiation: Cultural Hegemony, Social Discipline, and Technologies of Power




  1. Religious Identities and Confessionalization in Early Modern and Modern East-Central Europe


(14-28 July, 2012; Lviv – Slavske, Ukraine)


I. Introductory readings


  1. Peter Burke, Eyewitnessing. The Uses of Images as Historical Evidence (London, 2001)

  2. Religion and the Conceptual Boundary in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. T.Bremer (New York 2008)


Seminars:

Reassessing Power, Resistance and Negotiation: Cultural Hegemony,

Social Discipline, and Technologies of Power


  1. Mapping the “Social,” Shaping the “Self”: Social Science, Politics and Identity

(Andriy Zayarnyuk)


Literature:


David Harvey, Paris, Capital of Modernity (New York and London: Routledge, 2003), 58-86.

Jonathan Eastwood, “Positivism and Nationalism in 19th Century France and Mexico,” Journal of Historical Sociology, v.17, no.4, 2004, 331-357.



  1. How to Approach the Legitimization of Power?

(Maciej Janowski)

Literature:

Bagehot, Walter. The English Constitution.

Numa Denis, Fustel de Coulanges. The Ancient City. A Study on the Religion, Laws, and Institutions of Greece and Rome

^ Schorske Carl E. Fin-de-Siecle Vienna. Politics and Culture.

Wistrich Robert S. The Jews and Nationality Conflicts in the Habsburg Law



  1. Royal Representation as Invented Tradition in Empire-Nations
    (Alexey Miller)


Literature:

Cannadine, David, “The Context, Performance and Meaning of Ritual: The British Monarchy and the Invention of Tradition, c. 1820-1977” in The Invention of Tradition, eds. E.Hobsbawm and T.Ranger.

Fujitani, Takashi. Splendid Monarchy: Power and pageantry in Modern Japan (University of California Press, 1996), chps. 1, 5.


Wortman, Richard. Scenarios of Power: Myth and Ceremony in Russian Monarchy. 2 vols. Studies of the Harriman Institute. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1995. Vol 2, 1-15, 439-480, 481-528.


Optional:


Mosse, George. The Nationalization of the Masses : Political Symbolism and Mass Movements in Germany from the Napoleonic Wars Through the Third Reich. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991. 73-99.

Truesdell, Matthew. Spectacular Politics : Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte and the Fête Impériale, 1849 - 1870. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. 173-187. 


Unowsky, Daniel L. The Pomp and Politics of Patriotism: Imperial Celebrations in Habsburg Austria, 1848-1916. Central European Studies. West Lafayette, Ind: Purdue University Press, 2005. 145-174.


  1. Architecture of Monarchs, Nations and Empires
    (Maciej Janowski)


Literature:


Agnew, Huge LeCaine. Ambiguites of ritual: dynastic loyalty, territorial patriotism and nationalism in the last three royal coronations in Bohemia, 1791-1836.


Geertz C. Local Knowledge. Chapter 6: Centers, Kings, and Charisma: Reflection on the Symbolics of Power



  1. History and Film

(John-Paul Himka)


Literature:


Rosenstone, Robert. History on Film/Film on History. Harlow, UK: Pearson Education, 2006. Pp. 32-69.


Jutras, Marie-Christine. “The Politics of Memory in French Holocaust Cinema, 1955-2011.” Honors thesis, University of Alberta, 2012.


Himka, John-Paul. “War, Revolution, and Mass Murder: The Images of Alexander Dovzhenko’s Arsenal.” Typescript, 2012.


  1. Cultures of Lordship and Violence: Noblemen and Peasants in the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth

(Yuriy Zazulyak)

 

Literature:

Gadi Algazi, „The Social Use of Private War: Some Late Medieval Views Reviewed,“ Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte Bd. XXII (1993), 253-273.


  1. Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony in the City? How Railway Workers Shaped Urban Space in Early Twentieth Century Lviv

(Andriy Zayarnyuk)

Literature:


Ira Katznelson, Marxism and the City (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992), 203-256.

Chantal Mouffe, “Hegemony and Ideology in Gramcsi,” in Tony Bennett et. al. Eds. Culture, Ideology and Social Process: A Reader (Open University Press, 1981), 219-234.



  1. Begriffsgeschichte of the Russian Empire: introducing new conceptual repertoire to the imperial history

(Alexey Miller)

Literature:


А.Миллер, Д.Сдвижков, И.Ширле, «Понятия о России»: к исторической семантике имперского периода», in: ^ Понятия о России. Ключевые общественно-политические понятия в России имперского периода т.1,2 (ред. А.Миллер, Д.Сдвижков, И.Ширле), М.: НЛО, 2012.


Optional:


М.Б.Велижев, «Цивилизация и средний класс», in: Понятия о России.


Д.А.Сдвижков, “От общества к интеллигенции: история понятий как история самосознания», in: ^ Понятия о России.


А.И.Миллер, «История понятия нация в России» , in: Понятия о России.


А.Л.Котенко, О.В.Мартынюк, А.И.Миллер. «Малоросс» , in: Понятия о России.


М.Д.Долбилов, «Поляк в имперском политическом лексиконе» , in: ^ Понятия о России.

К.Холл, «Расовые признаки коренятся глубже в природе человеческого организма»: неуловимое понятие расы в Российской империи» , in: Понятия о России.



  1. ^ Socialism and "proletarian culture": debates among the first generation of the Bolshevik intelligencija, 1906-1917

(Jutta Scherrer)


Literature:


Jutta Scherrer, "The Cultural Hegemony of the Proletariat: The Origins of Bogdanov's Vision of Proletarian Culture", ^ Studies in History, 1989, V-2, S.195-210.


Jutta Scherrer, “The Relationship between the intelligentsia and workers: the case of the party schools in Capri and Bologna,” in Workers and Intelligentsia in Late Imperial Russia, R.Zelnik (ed.) (Berkeley 1999), 172-185


А.Богданов, ^ Культурные задачи нашего времени (1911)


  1. Use and abuse of the notion of "humanism" in Soviet and post-Soviet political culture. The history of a concept (Jutta Scherrer)


Literature:


М.Горький, «Пролетарский гуманизм»


А.Фадеев, «Гуманизм Сталина»


А.Бикбов, «Функции понятия «гуманизм» в официальной советской риторике,» in: ^ Понятие гуманизма. Французский и русский опыт (Москва 2006), 52-73.


  1. From the late Cold War Period to the "New Europe". The Transformation in Historical Perspective

(Philipp Ther)


Literature:


Padraic Kenney, The Burdens of Freedom. Eastern Europe since 1989 (2006)


Religious Identities and Confessionalization

in Early Modern and Modern East Central Europe



  1. Eastern Christian Iconography: Confessionalization, “Tradition,” and Identity

(John-Paul Himka):


Literature:


Himka, John-Paul. Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009. Pp. 3-31, 72-91, 110-63, 176-202.


Color pictures of Last Judgment icons from the Carpathians are available at:

https://sites.google.com/site/leopolis/



  1. Confessionalization in Europe: the Case of Judaism

(Martina Steer)


Literature:


U.Lotz-Heumann with S.Ehrenpreis, "The Concept of Confessionalization as a Research Tool" (2005)


  1. ^ Making and Crossing Confessional Borders in the Early Modern Poland-Lithuania: A Case of the Basilian Order

(Yuriy Zazulyak)


Literature:


Alfons Brüning, “Confessionalization in the Slavia Orthodoxa (Belorussia, Ukraine, Russia)? – Potential and Limits of a Western Historiographical Concept,” in Religion and the Conceptual Boundary in Central and Eastern Europe. Encounters of Faith ed. Thomas Bremer (NY: Palgrave, 2008), 66-98.


  1. Confessional Identity and Nation-Building in the 19th-Century Eastern Europe: Greek-Catholic Church and Cult of National Poets among Galician Ruthenians

(Ostap Sereda)

Literature:


J.Brooks, "Russian Nationalism and Russian Literature: The Canonization of the Classics," in Nation and Ideology, 315-334. 

O. Sereda, “From Church-Based to Cultural Nationalism: Early Ukrainophiles, Ritual-Purification Movement and Emerging Cult of Taras Shevchenko in Austrian Eastern Galicia in the 1860s,” in Canadian American Slavic Studies 40, No. 1 (Spring 2006): 21-47.


G.Grabowicz, The Poet as Mythmaker: A Study of Symbolic Meaning in Taras Shevchenko, chpts. 1, 5



  1. ^ Religion, Culture and Power: The Case of “Heavenly Letters”

(Andriy Zayarnyuk)

Literature:


De Certeau, Michel, The Practice of Everyday Life (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1984), XI-XXIV. (available online).

Zayarnyuk, Andriy. “Letters from Heaven: An Encounter between the ‘National Movement' and ‘Popular Culture.'” ^ Letters from Heaven: Popular Religion in Russia and Ukraine . Ed. John - Paul Himka and Andriy Zayarnyuk. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2006, 165-200.



  1. Religion in Modern Eastern Europe. A Comparative Approach

(Maria Falina)

Literature:


B.Porter-Szuecz, “Christianity, Christians and the Story of Modernity in Eastern Europe”, in Christianity and Modernity in Eastern Europe (Budapest- New York 2009), 1-34.

D.Chakrabarty, Provincializing Europe, 1-23.


Roundtables:


I. “New Trends, Brands and Bestsellers in the Current Historical Writing: From Personal Experiences to Preliminary Generalizations” (roundtable)


II. .“Methods and Challenges in Teaching Cultural History: Undergraduate Classroom, Administrative and Organizational Challenges” (roundtable)


III.“Speaking About the Same Things in Different Ways? Differences and Intersections in the Basic Concepts of the Cultural History of Power and Religion (Cultural Hegemony, Social Discipline and Confessionalization)” (roundtable)


John W.O’Malley, Trent and All That. Renaming Catholicism in the Early Modern Era (Cambridge, Mass 2000), 119-143 (conclusions)


IV.“Bringing the State back to History: Cultural History of State-Formations (or: Can “Hegemony” Work in Eastern Europe?)” (roundtable)

Main problems:

-examples of concept’s successful use;

-historical or theoretical problem;

-did the concept outlive itself?

How Do We Think About Power?


Suggested literature:


T.J.Jackson Lears, "The Concept of Cultural Hegemony: Problems and Possibilities," The American Historical Review vol.90, no. 3 (1985), 567-593


Serguei Alex. Oushakine, "Introduction. Whither the intelligentsia: the end of the moral elite in Eastern Europe"


V. “Mass symbols of political rituals in contemporary Eastern Europe - georgievskaja lentochka, svicha pamiati, krzyz smolenski” (roundtable)


A.Miller, "The Invention of Tradition. The St.George Ribbon and Other Symbols in the Context of Historical Policy”, in Russia in Global Affairs vol. 10, no. 2 (2012), 64-73.







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