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Lost in the Taiga: One Russian Family's…
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Lost in the Taiga: One Russian Family's Fifty-Year Struggle for Survival… (originale 1992; edizione 1994)

di VASILY PESKOV (Autore), Marian Schwartz (Traduttore)

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Foreword - Anne Wilkes TuckerAcknowledgments - Diane NeumaierIntroduction - Diane NeumaierPart I: Gendering SpaceArtworks1. Recent Public Works - Barbara Kruger2. from The family Tapes - Marilyn Nance3. from WWII American and Soviet Women Pilots - Anne Noggle4. from Making the Most of Your Backyard: The Story Behind an Ideal Beauty - Kaucyila Brooke5. Voyeurism and Its Discontents - Sherry Millner6. Is This How I Look? - Carol Simon RosenblattEssay7. Undertones: Ten Cultural Landscapes - Lucy R. LippardPart II: Domestic Production / Reproduction / ResistanceArtworks8. from between the birthdays - Linda Brooks9. from Live and Let Die - Gail S. Rebhan10. from Reframing the Past - Nancy Barton11. from Archiving Abuse - Clarissa Sligh12. from It's All There in Black and White - Susan Meiselas13. from African American Spirit - S. A. BachmanEssay14. Women's Stories/Women's Photobiographies - Deborah WillisPart III: Identity FormationsArtworks15. from Valley Girls: The Construction of Feminine Identity in Consumer Culture - Sarah Hart16. from A Legacy of Restraint - Leigh Kane17. from Decide Who You Are - Adrian Piper18. Three Works - Lorna Simpson19. Hard Glance: Asian American Image and Identity - Diane TaniEssay20. As in Her Vision: Native American Women Photographers - Theresa HarlanPart IV: Postcolonial LegaciesArtworks21. from Bringing the War Home: House Beautiful - Martha Rosler22. Type/Cast: (not the typical) portrait of a revolutionary - Esther Parada23. DeColonization - Yong Soon Min24. from Native Programming - HuIleah Tsinhnahjinnie25. Two lnstallations - Pat Ward WilliamsEssay26. ODELLA/Carlota - Julia BalleriniPart V: Rationalizing and Realizing the BodyArtworks27. Untitled Pinhole Photographs - Martha Casanave28. from Claiming the Gaze - Linn Underhill29. from The Global Face of AIDS: Photographs of Women - Ann Meredith30. from Untitled Heads - Jin Lee31. from How to Read Character - Carla Williams32. from X-Rayed (Altered) - Dorit CypisEssay33. A Meditation on Bearing/Baring the Body - Moira RothPart VI: Sex and AnxietyArtworks34. from The DeSublimation of Romance - Connie Hatch35. Untitled from Kitchen Table Series - Carrie Mae Weems36. from Tremors from the Faultline - Tamarra Kaida37. Untitled - Cindy Sherman38. from Dear Shirley - Hinda Schuman39. from The Other Side - Nan GoldinEssay40. This Is Not a Fairy Tale: A Middle-aged Female Pervert (White) in the Era of Multiculturalism - Catherine LordPart VII: Crossing Over: Reimagining and ReimagingArtworks41. from Latina Lesbians - Laura Aguilar42. Justice on TV, from A Guide to the Wasteland - Margaret Stratton43. from Earthman Series - Carm Little Turtle44. from Being and Having - Catherine Opie45. from Aboutface - Coreen SimpsonEssay46. Turning the Tables: Three Asian American Artists - Valerie SoePart VIII: Rerepresenting RepresentationArtworks47. Ancient History/Recent History - Ann Fessler48. from Contemplation of the Journey Home - Betty Lee49. The Management of Desire - Deborah Bright50. from Metropolitan Tits - Diane Neumaier51. from Theatres of Madness - Susan Jahoda52. from Corpus - Mary KellyEssay53. Representing Women: The Politics of Self-Representation - Abigail Solomon-CodeauAppendixesAbout the Photographic ImagesAbout the ArtistsAbout the CriticsList of Essay Illustrations… (altro)
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Titolo:Lost in the Taiga: One Russian Family's Fifty-Year Struggle for Survival and Religious Freedom in the Siberian Wilderness
Autori:VASILY PESKOV (Autore)
Altri autori:Marian Schwartz (Traduttore)
Info:Doubleday (1994), Edition: Reprint, 254 pages
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Lost in the Taiga: One Russian Family's Fifty-Year Struggle for Survival and Religious Freedom in the Siberian Wilderness di Vasili Peskov (1992)

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    The consolations of the forest : alone in a cabin on the Siberian taiga di Sylvain Tesson (Yervant)
    Yervant: Both works chronicle lives of solitude on the Siberian Taiga.
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More than fifteen years after Soviet geologists found a family living on an extremely remote mountainside where their religious tradition led them, a journalist who became one of the family's trusted confidants puts their story into book form. The Lykov family had long been part of one side of a long-ago religious schism known as Old Believers. They were wary of the fast-modernizing world and enjoyed their rural community, but crackdowns on their lifestyles near the end of World War II led the family to flee into total isolation. This story picks up in 1978, when the family's 33 years without contact ended as the first people "from the world" visited, and how the family adapted to more frequent interactions throughout the 1980s and the collapse of the Soviet Union.

I found this to be an interesting take on building community. The youngest Lykov family member, born in the mountains and in her 30s before ever meeting another person outside her family, was expected to be suspicious of others and unable to adapt. But on the contrary, the author shows how she recognized the benefits of becoming integrated with society while choosing to continue living in the taiga. Her elderly father did the same, to a lesser extent, and acknowledged the serious consequences his family experienced by choosing total isolation for so many years. Also, the unselfish acts of hunters, geologists, doctors, helicopter pilots, and others that find their way into the extremely remote setting showed that people will frequently go out of their way to help others they don't know, even at risk to their own safety.

This is not an anthropology title, but I think the discipline could learn from the author's approach to getting to know and reporting on the Lykov family. They are centered as the topic but without fetishizing or exoticizing by the author. ( )
  jonerthon | Aug 2, 2021 |
Les hommes et le siècle; le petite femme et le monde; une aventure immobile (?) extraordinaire. ( )
  Nikoz | Mar 24, 2015 |
Un témoignage improbable et émouvant de la rencontre entre deux monde disparus... la déclinante URSS et la vacillante "vieille foi"... Des personnages qui serrent le cœur, et qui nous disent que le monde est minuscule et immense. ( )
  Nikoz | Mar 11, 2015 |
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Foreword - Anne Wilkes TuckerAcknowledgments - Diane NeumaierIntroduction - Diane NeumaierPart I: Gendering SpaceArtworks1. Recent Public Works - Barbara Kruger2. from The family Tapes - Marilyn Nance3. from WWII American and Soviet Women Pilots - Anne Noggle4. from Making the Most of Your Backyard: The Story Behind an Ideal Beauty - Kaucyila Brooke5. Voyeurism and Its Discontents - Sherry Millner6. Is This How I Look? - Carol Simon RosenblattEssay7. Undertones: Ten Cultural Landscapes - Lucy R. LippardPart II: Domestic Production / Reproduction / ResistanceArtworks8. from between the birthdays - Linda Brooks9. from Live and Let Die - Gail S. Rebhan10. from Reframing the Past - Nancy Barton11. from Archiving Abuse - Clarissa Sligh12. from It's All There in Black and White - Susan Meiselas13. from African American Spirit - S. A. BachmanEssay14. Women's Stories/Women's Photobiographies - Deborah WillisPart III: Identity FormationsArtworks15. from Valley Girls: The Construction of Feminine Identity in Consumer Culture - Sarah Hart16. from A Legacy of Restraint - Leigh Kane17. from Decide Who You Are - Adrian Piper18. Three Works - Lorna Simpson19. Hard Glance: Asian American Image and Identity - Diane TaniEssay20. As in Her Vision: Native American Women Photographers - Theresa HarlanPart IV: Postcolonial LegaciesArtworks21. from Bringing the War Home: House Beautiful - Martha Rosler22. Type/Cast: (not the typical) portrait of a revolutionary - Esther Parada23. DeColonization - Yong Soon Min24. from Native Programming - HuIleah Tsinhnahjinnie25. Two lnstallations - Pat Ward WilliamsEssay26. ODELLA/Carlota - Julia BalleriniPart V: Rationalizing and Realizing the BodyArtworks27. Untitled Pinhole Photographs - Martha Casanave28. from Claiming the Gaze - Linn Underhill29. from The Global Face of AIDS: Photographs of Women - Ann Meredith30. from Untitled Heads - Jin Lee31. from How to Read Character - Carla Williams32. from X-Rayed (Altered) - Dorit CypisEssay33. A Meditation on Bearing/Baring the Body - Moira RothPart VI: Sex and AnxietyArtworks34. from The DeSublimation of Romance - Connie Hatch35. Untitled from Kitchen Table Series - Carrie Mae Weems36. from Tremors from the Faultline - Tamarra Kaida37. Untitled - Cindy Sherman38. from Dear Shirley - Hinda Schuman39. from The Other Side - Nan GoldinEssay40. This Is Not a Fairy Tale: A Middle-aged Female Pervert (White) in the Era of Multiculturalism - Catherine LordPart VII: Crossing Over: Reimagining and ReimagingArtworks41. from Latina Lesbians - Laura Aguilar42. Justice on TV, from A Guide to the Wasteland - Margaret Stratton43. from Earthman Series - Carm Little Turtle44. from Being and Having - Catherine Opie45. from Aboutface - Coreen SimpsonEssay46. Turning the Tables: Three Asian American Artists - Valerie SoePart VIII: Rerepresenting RepresentationArtworks47. Ancient History/Recent History - Ann Fessler48. from Contemplation of the Journey Home - Betty Lee49. The Management of Desire - Deborah Bright50. from Metropolitan Tits - Diane Neumaier51. from Theatres of Madness - Susan Jahoda52. from Corpus - Mary KellyEssay53. Representing Women: The Politics of Self-Representation - Abigail Solomon-CodeauAppendixesAbout the Photographic ImagesAbout the ArtistsAbout the CriticsList of Essay Illustrations

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