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Performing Nationalism in Russia

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 February 2024

Yana Meerzon
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University of Ottawa

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Following Homi Bhabha's prompt on reading nationalism as a set of discursive and performative practices, this Element focuses on the cultural geography of today's Russia and examines a range of performative strategies used by the Russian state to uphold its nationalist project. Simultaneously, it maps artistic strategies of resistance to the ideology of nationalism as employed by both state-funded and independent theatre companies, via new dramaturgies, performance practices and strategies of storytelling.
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Print publication: 29 February 2024

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