Conservatism in Transition: European Tradition and Russian Experience. International Symposium. Russia, Samara, April 26-29, 2002. Samara, 302 Pages. Russian Language.
Hard Cover. 10 Euro (for Europe post free) ISBN 5-93424-074-9
Part I. Comparative method in researches on conservatism
Alexander Martin (Atlanta, USA) The Napoleonic wars and the origins of conservative politics in Russia and Spain /English language/
Maria Degtarjeva (Moscow, Russia) Two candidates to the role of state ideologist: J. de Maistre and N.M. Karamzin
Michael Schippan (Berlin, Germany) “Fruehkonservatismus” in Germany and Russian thought /German language/
Julia Krasheninnikova (Perm, Russia) The phenomenon of liberal conservatism: nature and style (an interpretation the political thought of K. Konstan, A. de Toqueville, B.N. Chicherin, A.D. Gradovskiy)
Ruth Büttner (Tartu, Estonia) The collision of Baltic and Russian conservatism in the question of the Baltic provinces’ autonomy in the nineteenth century /English language/
Michael Lukianov (Perm, Russia) Conservatism and status quo before the First World war: Russian realities in European context
Part II. Methodology in studies on conservatism
Tatiana Artemieva (St. Petersburg, Russia) The roots of conservative utopias in Russian Enlightenment
Vera Dubina (Samara, Russia) Searching of the lost sense: the meaning of conservatism and liberalism terms in Russian social-political Thought
Darina Grigorova (Sofia, Bulgaria) Russian conservators and Russian liberals in 1880-90th: antipodes or ideological twins?
Olga Malinova (Zelenograd, Russia) Liberal and conservative interpretations of the Nation phenomenon
Part III. Original ideas in Russian conservative texts
Sergey Polskoy (Samara, Russia) Philopatris and Fenelon. (The sources of Prince M.M.Scherbatov’s political views).
Arkadiy Minakov (Voronezh, Russia) A.S.Shishkov’s “Reflections of the old and new style of the Russian language” as a manifest of Russian conservatism.
Michael Leonov (Samara, Russia) Money in exchange for loyalty: governmental financial support for “Grazhdanin” journal.
Yaroslav Golovin (Moscow, Russia) Liberalism and conservatism in the works of P.B. Struve
Anatoliy Smetannikov (Jerusalem, Israel) To the question about K.P. Pobedonostsev's personality
Alexander Repnikov (Moscow, Russia) Lev Tikhomirov: “back to the roots”
Vladimir Gusev (Tver, Russia) Russian conservatism
Part IV. Neoconservatism and political conflicts
Andrey Makarychev (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia) Antiglobalism in Russia: values and interests
Pavel Potapeyko (Minsk, Belarus) Conservatism and current ethnic-religious conflicts
Roman Fomenko (Samara, Russia) Conservative tendencies in Wodrow Wilson’s foreign policy, ideology and diplomacy: a case of Mexican revolution, 1910-1917
Alexander Okoun (Samara, Russia) Beginning of the neo-conservatism: G. Guver's “American individualism”
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