[Memorativnyi landshaft malogo goroda: konfiguratsii i sloi]
Type of publication: Research Article
memorative landscape, social memory, layering, oblivion, actualizations politics of memory
The memorative landscape of any city is a complex multi-layered system. The focus of attention is placed on four small Russian cities, differing in the age of existence: the “old” Kotelnich and Krasnoufimsk and the “young” Inta and Mednogorsk. The formation of a memorative landscape is considered according to the criteria of connection with the place of memorized events, the time of creation and actualization. In the modern landscape of the analyzed cities, three epochs subjected to memorization are clearly distinguished: the prehistory of mankind, the merchant past, and the Soviet period. The general trend is towards location-based memorization. The configurations of the memorative landscape elements, the logic and dynamics of actualization ensure its uniqueness within a particular city.
This research was supported by the following institutions and grants: Russian Science Foundation, https://doi.org/10.13039/501100006769 [grant no. 21-18-00418]
Veselkova, N.V., and E.V. Pryamikova. 2022. Memorativnyi landshaft malogo goroda: konfiguratsii i sloi [Memorative Landscape of a Small City: Configurations and Layers]. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 6: 196–212. https://doi.org/10.31857/S0869541522060112 EDN: MSGFEH
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