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russianuniverse: #EsotericRussialism Sergey Armeyskov, russianuniverse.org This blog is 4 years old. It’s time to reflect on some of the main ideas, which I’ve come up with over the years.I like neologisms and inventing new words because they are stripped from any previous … #EsotericRussialism

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#EsotericRussialism Sergey Armeyskov, russianuniverse.org This blog is 4 years old. It’s time to reflect on some of the main ideas, which I’ve come up with over the years.I like neologisms and inventing new words because they are stripped from any previous … #EsotericRussialism

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Post-ironic Neostalgia Sergey Armeyskov, russianuniverse.org The phenomenon of Soviet nostalgia is effectively used in Western media and popular culture to position the Russians in a certain manner. This nostalgia mixed with self-orientalization by Russia’s … Post-ironic Neostalgia

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The joke is circulating in the Russophere: As Sergey Kislyak walks through the streets of...

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#МузейСпорта @museumsport #SportsMuseum #Sports #Sport #Museum #Doors #Friday

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The second day of the Great Lent. Feels good! When modern art meets meatless borscht… 😎  Filed under: Russian Traditions Tagged: Borsch, Borschism, Borscht, Borshch, Borsht, Bortsch, Great Fast, Great Lent

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Boris Kustodiev - Maslenitsa. Oil on canvas, 1920.

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky – Closed-sleigh Drivers in Little Russia (1850s...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky – Peter the Great at Krasnaya Gorka, Lighting a...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky - Sea Storm (1872). Oil on canvas.

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky - Wave (1889). Oil on canvas.

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https://soundcloud.com/russianuniverse/balalaikization I like listening to musicians in the Moscow...

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This blog is 4 years old. It’s time to reflect on some of the main ideas, which I’ve come up with...

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‘Guest from the Future’ poster  The phenomenon of Soviet nostalgia is effectively used in Western...

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The phenomenon of Soviet nostalgia is effectively used in Western media and popular culture to position the Russians in a certain manner. This nostalgia mixed with self-orientalization by Russia’s useful idiots serves as a ferment for an easily digestible ‘analysis’. Obviously, Soviet nostalgia has little to do with the real historical Soviet Union and its society. It’s an idealized, ‘celestial’ version …

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A joke is circulating in the Russosphere: As Sergey Kislyak walks through the streets of Washington after work they get empty. He calls: “People! People, where are you?”. But silence is the answer. Just talking to a Russian seems dangerous these days… 🗣🕵Don't blab! 😅#Schizogate #НеБолтай pic.twitter.com/u1WiMQyF29 — Sergey A. Armeyskov (@armeyskov) March 4, 2017 Filed under: …

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russianuniverse: Joseph Brodsky – On Ukrainian Independence Sergey Armeyskov, russianuniverse.org I’ve come across the best translation of this Brodsky’s poem by Artem Serebrennikov.On Ukrainian IndependenceDear Charles XII, the Poltava battle [1]Has been fortunately lost. To quote Lenin’s …

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky – Crimean View at Sunset (1862). Oil on canvas.

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky – The Battle of Sinop (1853). Oil on canvas.

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky – Winter Caravan on the Road (1857). Oil on...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky - Icebergs (1870). Oil on canvas. This painting...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky - Portrait of Anna Aivazovskaya, Artist’s...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky - Mountain Village Gunib in Dagestan. View from...

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I like listening to musicians in the Moscow metro after work. This time it was two guys playing the balalaika and guitar.Filed under: Russian Fridays, Russian Music Tagged: balalaika, Metro, Russian Music

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This blog is 4 years old. It’s time to reflect on some of the main ideas, which I’ve come up with over the years. I like neologisms and inventing new words because they are stripped from any previous meanings and history, and so are valuable due to their conceptual purity. That’s why I abandoned the terms like …

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The second day of the Great Lent. Feels good! When modern art meets meatless borscht… 😎 ...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Viktor Vasnetsov – Guslyary (Gusli musicians), 1899.

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky – The Ninth Wave (1850). Oil on canvas.

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky – Storm near Yevpatoria on November 2, 1854...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky - Emperor Alexander II on a Ride on the Frozen...

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Pinned to Russian Art on Pinterest: Ivan Aivazovsky - View of Moscow from the Sparrow Hills (1848)....

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