Russian-American Dialogue on Cultural Relations, 1776-1914
Russian-American Dialogues on United States History
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 261 pages|
|Other Information: ||bibliography, index|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 December 1996|
" Russian-American Dialogue on Cultural Relations, 1776-1914, " the third volume in the Russian-American Dialogues series, provides English translations of the best Russian scholarship on cultural relations. Each essay originally appeared as an article in the former Soviet Union. Five issues are discussed: the contributions that each country made to the cultural life of the other; the correspondence and interactions between scientists, writers, and others from the two nations; the development of public perceptions and how these changed over time; the "American focus" in Russian periodicals during the nineteenth century; and the significant roles of Russians and the Russian presence in American history. The Russian articles on each of these subjects are followed by comments from American historians. The articles by the Russian scholars make extensive use of and liberally cite material from Russian archives and publications. As a result, they provide American readers with new scientific exchanges, personalities, and points of view. The result is a plethora of new material for Western historians of Russia as well as of the United States. The book provides an opportunity for scholars to examine more thoroughly the relevant issues of Russian-American cultural relations.An important scholarly contribution, "Russian-American Dialogue on Cultural Relations, 1776-1914" brings a new dimension to the relationship between the United States and Russia before 1914. It will be of interest not only to historians of this period but to all historians and students of international cultural relations.
About the Author
Norman E. Saul is Professor of History at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. He is the author of several books, including Distant Friends: The United States and Russia, 1763-1867 and Concord and Conflict: The United States and Russia, 1867-1914.The late Richard D. McKinzie, author of The New Deal for Artists, was Professor of History at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.Russian-American Dialogues series: edited by Louis W. Potts, Professor of History at the University of Missouri-Kansas City; and Eugene F. Yazkov, Professor of History at Moscow State University.
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