Nethercott, Frances (editor)
'Intellectual Life in Moscow Today: Research in the Humanities' (edited collection), Intellectual News, no. 9, Autumn 2001
ISSN 1561-5324

Contents
   
Guidelines for contributors 2
Editorial 5
   
Image. Body. Byt 11
 
    L'Invention du quotidien par les Formalistes russes
Sergei Zenkin
11
    The technical arts and reality: the status of the referent in photography and cinema
Helena Petrovskaya
17
    The second screen: S. M. Eisenstein and the cinema of violence Valery Podoroga 26
   
The state of the art 29
 
    Is philosophy in Russian possible?
Vladimir Malakhov
30
    The emergence of national histories in post-Soviet society
Gennady Bordiugov
35
    Images of Russia in history textbooks: a gender approach
Galina Zvereva
40
    The symbolics of the border in post-Soviet political mythology
Boris Dubin
45
    A short course on world culture
Alexander Dobrokhotov
50
    Is the science of religions possible in present day Russia?
Nikolai Shaburov
54
    Academic publishing, Russian style: why Ivan Ivanovich won't stop quibbling with Ivan Nikiforovich
Katia Dmitrieva
57
    The remarkable decade: Russian prose in the nineties
Andrei Nemzer
62
   
Marketing science: gains and losses 69
 
    The invisible border: grant support and restructuring the scientific community in Russia
Gennady Batygin
70
    The social science trade (1990-2000): bibliographical notes
Larissa Kozlova
75
 
Through the looking glass 80
 
    The West comes to Russia: the George Soros translation project
Irina Savelyeva
80
    Promoting cultural patrimony: France versus Germany
Katia Dmitrieva and Frances Nethercott
84
    Presentations: the new dictionary of contemporary Western philosophy
Vladimir Malakhov
90
 
Reflections 93
 
    Talking philosophy: an interview with Alexander Ivanov 93
    Academic diary
Olga Vainshtein
98