Sacred Stories: Religion and Spirituality in Modern Russia

Sacred Stories: Religion and Spirituality in Modern Russia

by Mark D. Steinberg
     
 

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Examines religious narratives, beliefs, and practices in late Imperial RussiaSee more details below

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Examines religious narratives, beliefs, and practices in late Imperial Russia

Editorial Reviews

Feminist Review
"... certainly recommended for any combination of curious philosopher, cross-disciplinary psychologist, radical feminist, and communication theorist among us." —Brittany Shoot, Feminist Review, November 6, 2008

— Brittany Shoot

Journal of Modern History
"... an important contribution to the history of, mainly, Orthodox popular religiosity and Orthodox Christian spirituality of modern Russian and Ukraine." —Martin A. Miller, Duke University, JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, Vol. 81.1, March 2009

— Martin A. Miller, Duke University

Slavic And East European Journal
"In summary, this is an excellent collection of illuminating essays by noted scholars in their fields, finely written and thoughtfully conceived, which should be read by anyone interested in religious life in late imperial Russia." —Michael Pesenson, University of Texas, Austin, SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN JOURNAL, Vol. 53.3 Fall 2009

— Michael Pesenson, University of Texas, Austin

Feminist Review - Brittany Shoot

"... certainly recommended for any combination of curious philosopher, cross-disciplinary psychologist, radical feminist, and communication theorist among us." —Brittany Shoot, Feminist Review, November 6, 2008

JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY - Martin A. Miller

"... an important contribution to the history of, mainly, Orthodox popular religiosity and Orthodox Christian spirituality of modern Russian and Ukraine." —Martin A. Miller, Duke University, JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, Vol. 81.1, March 2009

SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN JOURNAL - Michael Pesenson

"In summary, this is an excellent collection of illuminating essays by noted scholars in their fields, finely written and thoughtfully conceived, which should be read by anyone interested in religious life in late imperial Russia." —Michael Pesenson, University of Texas, Austin, SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN JOURNAL, Vol. 53.3 Fall 2009

From the Publisher

"... certainly recommended for any combination of curious philosopher, cross-disciplinary psychologist, radical feminist, and communication theorist among us." —Brittany Shoot, Feminist Review, November 6, 2008

"... an important contribution to the history of, mainly, Orthodox popular religiosity and Orthodox Christian spirituality of modern Russian and Ukraine." —Martin A. Miller, Duke University, JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, Vol. 81.1, March 2009

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780253116703
Publisher:
Indiana University Press
Publication date:
01/24/2007
Series:
Indiana-Michigan Series in Russian and East European Studies
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
432
File size:
2 MB

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