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Historical Fates of Culture and Literature Activists and Their Works in the Second Half of the 20th - Beginning of the 21st Centuries: 'Rehabilitated' Culture
Abstract.The article is devoted to activity of repressed Buryat writers of the 1920 - 1930's viewed from the new methodological positions. Practically to the end of the 1980's, the main criterion for evaluating their social and creative activity was 'political' accusations. The author of the article pays special attention to the process of rehabilitation when culture activitists whose names were eliminated from the history as a result of repressive policies return to the academic literature. The methodological basis of the research is the axiological approach, the main research methods include historical-cultural, retrospective, descriptive methods and analysis. The objective analysis of social-political and national-cultural activity of Buryat intelligentsia should include full and, if possible, completely new reconstruction and interpretation. This, in its turn, provides big opportunities for methodological experiments and allows to restore historical justice in relatin to Buryat culture activisits who tried to preserve national values when the socialist culture was developing.
Keywords: repressed writers, bourgeois nationalism, repressive policies, national intelligentsia, Buryat culture, socialist culture, national culture, historical justice, rehabilitation, rehabilitated culture
Article was received:25-02-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .