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Modern occultism in late imperial Russia

Julia Mannherz

Modern occultism in late imperial Russia

by Julia Mannherz

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Published by NIU Press in DeKalb, IL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spiritualism,
  • Occultism,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJulia Mannherz
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF1434.R8 M36 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationpages ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25260017M
    ISBN 109780875804620, 9781609090647
    LC Control Number2012010094

    Mannherz has provided in her book a compelling argument that occultism, as it man-ifested in late Imperial Russia, was a set of belief and practices that not only epitomized modern ambiguities but also provided ways of engaging with them, thus helping create a Book Reviews. Modern Occultism in Late Imperial Russia. Strickland, John. The Making of Holy Russia: The Orthodox Church and Russian Nationalism before the Revolution. Rowley, Alison. Open Letters: Russian Popular Culture and the Picture Postcard, – Davoliūtė, Violeta. The Making and Breaking of Soviet Lithuania: Memory and Modernity in the Wake.

    Modern occultism in late imperial Russia / by: Mannherz, Julia, Published: () Imperial Russia's Muslims: Islam, empire and European modernity, / by: Tuna, Mustafa Özgür, Published: ().   Internal Colonization: Russia’s Imperial Experience, by Alexander Etkind Internal Colonization: Russia’s Imperial Experience, by Alexander Etkind Read, Christopher Book Re vie ws w hat makes Mack night’s families such fascinating historical subjects is that, as she shows, they often cut clearly against the grain of republican ideals. in the mirror of the Author: Read, Christopher.

    Ariosophy. Historian Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke's book, The Occult Roots of Nazism, discussed the possibility of links between the ideas of the Occult and those of Nazism. The book's main subject was the racist-occult movement of Ariosophy, a major strand of nationalist esotericism in Germany and Austria during the s and early s. He described his work as "an underground history. In late imperial Russia, as demonstrated in "Fedorov's Transformations of the Occult" by George M. Young Jr., (5) Nikolai Fedorov (/) transformed or "Fedorivized" the occult, greatly influencing Russian and Soviet culture through his admirers, among them Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Gorky.


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