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Madness and the mad in Russian culture, edited by Angela Brintlinger and Ilya Vinitsky, (electronic resource)

Label
Madness and the mad in Russian culture
Title
Madness and the mad in Russian culture
Statement of responsibility
edited by Angela Brintlinger and Ilya Vinitsky
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLC
Dewey number
306.4/61
Language note
Includes some articles translated into English from the Russian
NLM call number
  • 2008 B-563
  • WM 11 GR9
NLM item number
M182 2007
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1969-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Brintlinger, Angela
  • Vinit︠s︡kiĭ, I. I︠U︡.
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  • Mental Disorders
  • Medicine in Literature
  • Russia
Label
Madness and the mad in Russian culture, edited by Angela Brintlinger and Ilya Vinitsky, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: p. [301]-328
Contents
  • A cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy / Ilya Vinitsky -- The Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia / Lia Iangoulova -- Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double / Elena Dryzhakova -- Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria / Robert D. Wessling -- On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov' / Lev Loseff -- The concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history / Martin A. Miller -- The politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918 / Irina Sirotkina -- Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s / Kenneth Pinnow -- Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934 / Dan Healey -- Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907 / Angela Brintlinger -- 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov / Margarita Odesskaya -- The genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity / Yvonne Howell -- Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia / Helena Goscilo -- A 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus / Andrei Rogachevskii -- Methods of madness and madness as a method / Mikhail Epstein
  • A cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy / Ilya Vinitsky -- The Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia / Lia Iangoulova -- Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double / Elena Dryzhakova -- Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria / Robert D. Wessling -- On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov' / Lev Loseff -- The concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history / Martin A. Miller -- The politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918 / Irina Sirotkina -- Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s / Kenneth Pinnow -- Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934 / Dan Healey -- Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907 / Angela Brintlinger -- 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov / Margarita Odesskaya -- The genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity / Yvonne Howell -- Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia / Helena Goscilo -- A 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus / Andrei Rogachevskii -- Methods of madness and madness as a method / Mikhail Epstein
  • Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria
  • Robert D. Wessling
  • On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov'
  • Lev Loseff
  • The
  • concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history
  • Martin A. Miller
  • The
  • politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918
  • Irina Sirotkina
  • A
  • Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s
  • Kenneth Pinnow
  • Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934
  • Dan Healey
  • Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907
  • Angela Brintlinger
  • 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov
  • Margarita Odesskaya
  • The
  • genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity
  • cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy
  • Yvonne Howell
  • Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia
  • Helena Goscilo
  • A
  • 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus
  • Andrei Rogachevskii
  • Methods of madness and madness as a method
  • Mikhail Epstein
  • Ilya Vinitsky
  • The
  • Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia
  • Lia Iangoulova
  • Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double
  • Elena Dryzhakova
  • A cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy / Ilya Vinitsky -- The Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia / Lia Iangoulova -- Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double / Elena Dryzhakova -- Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria / Robert D. Wessling -- On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov' / Lev Loseff -- The concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history / Martin A. Miller -- The politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918 / Irina Sirotkina -- Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s / Kenneth Pinnow -- Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934 / Dan Healey -- Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907 / Angela Brintlinger -- 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov / Margarita Odesskaya -- The genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity / Yvonne Howell -- Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia / Helena Goscilo -- A 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus / Andrei Rogachevskii -- Methods of madness and madness as a method / Mikhail Epstein
  • Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria
  • Robert D. Wessling
  • On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov'
  • Lev Loseff
  • The
  • concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history
  • Martin A. Miller
  • The
  • politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918
  • Irina Sirotkina
  • A
  • Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s
  • Kenneth Pinnow
  • Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934
  • Dan Healey
  • Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907
  • Angela Brintlinger
  • 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov
  • Margarita Odesskaya
  • The
  • genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity
  • cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy
  • Yvonne Howell
  • Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia
  • Helena Goscilo
  • A
  • 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus
  • Andrei Rogachevskii
  • Methods of madness and madness as a method
  • Mikhail Epstein
  • Ilya Vinitsky
  • The
  • Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia
  • Lia Iangoulova
  • Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double
  • Elena Dryzhakova
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000382231
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unknown
Isbn
9780802091406
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007532101
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000382231
Label
Madness and the mad in Russian culture, edited by Angela Brintlinger and Ilya Vinitsky, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: p. [301]-328
Contents
  • A cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy / Ilya Vinitsky -- The Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia / Lia Iangoulova -- Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double / Elena Dryzhakova -- Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria / Robert D. Wessling -- On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov' / Lev Loseff -- The concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history / Martin A. Miller -- The politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918 / Irina Sirotkina -- Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s / Kenneth Pinnow -- Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934 / Dan Healey -- Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907 / Angela Brintlinger -- 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov / Margarita Odesskaya -- The genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity / Yvonne Howell -- Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia / Helena Goscilo -- A 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus / Andrei Rogachevskii -- Methods of madness and madness as a method / Mikhail Epstein
  • A cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy / Ilya Vinitsky -- The Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia / Lia Iangoulova -- Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double / Elena Dryzhakova -- Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria / Robert D. Wessling -- On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov' / Lev Loseff -- The concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history / Martin A. Miller -- The politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918 / Irina Sirotkina -- Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s / Kenneth Pinnow -- Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934 / Dan Healey -- Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907 / Angela Brintlinger -- 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov / Margarita Odesskaya -- The genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity / Yvonne Howell -- Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia / Helena Goscilo -- A 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus / Andrei Rogachevskii -- Methods of madness and madness as a method / Mikhail Epstein
  • Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria
  • Robert D. Wessling
  • On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov'
  • Lev Loseff
  • The
  • concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history
  • Martin A. Miller
  • The
  • politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918
  • Irina Sirotkina
  • A
  • Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s
  • Kenneth Pinnow
  • Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934
  • Dan Healey
  • Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907
  • Angela Brintlinger
  • 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov
  • Margarita Odesskaya
  • The
  • genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity
  • cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy
  • Yvonne Howell
  • Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia
  • Helena Goscilo
  • A
  • 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus
  • Andrei Rogachevskii
  • Methods of madness and madness as a method
  • Mikhail Epstein
  • Ilya Vinitsky
  • The
  • Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia
  • Lia Iangoulova
  • Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double
  • Elena Dryzhakova
  • A cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy / Ilya Vinitsky -- The Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia / Lia Iangoulova -- Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double / Elena Dryzhakova -- Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria / Robert D. Wessling -- On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov' / Lev Loseff -- The concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history / Martin A. Miller -- The politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918 / Irina Sirotkina -- Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s / Kenneth Pinnow -- Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934 / Dan Healey -- Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907 / Angela Brintlinger -- 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov / Margarita Odesskaya -- The genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity / Yvonne Howell -- Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia / Helena Goscilo -- A 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus / Andrei Rogachevskii -- Methods of madness and madness as a method / Mikhail Epstein
  • Vsevolod Garshin, the Russian intelligentsia, and fan hysteria
  • Robert D. Wessling
  • On hostile ground : madness and madhouse in Joseph Brodsky's 'Gorbunov and Gorchakov'
  • Lev Loseff
  • The
  • concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history
  • Martin A. Miller
  • The
  • politics of etiology : shell shock in the Russian army, 1914-1918
  • Irina Sirotkina
  • A
  • Lives out of balance : the 'possible world' of Soviet suicide during the 1920s
  • Kenneth Pinnow
  • Early Soviet forensic psychiatric approaches to sex crime, 1917-1934
  • Dan Healey
  • Writing about madness : Russian attitudes toward psyche and psychiatry, 1887-1907
  • Angela Brintlinger
  • 'Let them go crazy' : madness in the works of Chekhov
  • Margarita Odesskaya
  • The
  • genetics of genius : V. P. Efroimson and the biosocial mechanisms of heightened intellectual activity
  • cheerful empress and her gloomy critics : Catherine the Great and the eighteenth-century melancholy controversy
  • Yvonne Howell
  • Madwomen without attics : the crazy creatrix and the procreative Iurodivaia
  • Helena Goscilo
  • A
  • 'new Russian' madness? : Fedor Mikhailov's novel Idiot and Roman Kachanov's film Daun Khaus
  • Andrei Rogachevskii
  • Methods of madness and madness as a method
  • Mikhail Epstein
  • Ilya Vinitsky
  • The
  • Osvidetel'stvovanie and Ispytanie of insanity : psychiatry in Tsarist Russia
  • Lia Iangoulova
  • Madness as an act of defence of personality in Dostoevsky's The double
  • Elena Dryzhakova
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000382231
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780802091406
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007532101
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000382231

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