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Cover Комаров А.А. // Komarov A.A. Нет Севера, а есть Северá: О многообразии понятия «Cевер» в Норвегии и России. // Net Severa, a est’ Severá. The manifold ideas of the North in Norway and Russia. (Papers in Russian and English languages)
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Нет Севера, а есть Северá: О многообразии понятия «Cевер» в Норвегии и России. // Net Severa, a est’ Severá. The manifold ideas of the North in Norway and Russia. (Papers in Russian and English languages)
Нет Севера, а есть Северá: О многообразии понятия «Cевер» в Норвегии и России. // Net Severa, a est’ Severá. The manifold ideas of the North in Norway and Russia. (Papers in Russian and English languages)

URSS. 288 pp. (Russian). Hardcover. ISBN 978-5-9710-3502-2.

В настоящее время интерес к северным регионам и Северу в целом неуклонно возрастает. Север — общая тема для России и Норвегии не только в политическом и географическом измерениях, но и в культурном отношении, в плане познания менталитета и темперамента северян.

Представляемая вниманию читателей книга — сборник статей российских и норвежских историков, объединенных общим исследовательским проектом «Асимметричное соседство: Норвегия и Россия 1814–2014», целью которого стало изучение истории отношений между двумя странами и развитие научно-образовательного сотрудничества между Россией и Норвегией. В сборнике публикуются статьи на русском и английском языках, авторы которых исследуют многообразие Севера в культурном, политическом и географическом отношениях, описывают различные конструкты «северности» и показывают значение этого региона для формирования национальной идентичности в России и Норвегии.

Interest in the northern areas, and in the North in general, is rising unceasingly today. The North is an important topic in both Russia and Norway: not only in a political and geographical sense, but also culturally, regarding its bearing on the population’s mentality and temperament. The book which is hereby presented to the reader is a collection of articles by Russian and Norwegian historians, who have been working together on a joint research project called “Neighbourly Asymmetry: Norway and Russia 1814–2014”. The purpose of this project has been to study historical relations between Norway and Russia, and to stimulate the growth of scientific and educational collaboration between the two countries. The book contains articles, written in English and Russian, in which the authors study the multi-faceted North in its cultural, political and geographical dimensions, describing different constructions of “northernness” and demonstrating its significance in framing the national Russian and Norwegian identity.


Soderzhanie
Predislovie
Foreword
Kontseptsii kul'turi i "severnosti" v norvezhskoj i rossijskoj nauchnoj traditsiyakh (Vstupitel'naya stat'ya)
 Istoriograficheskaya perestrojka v Rossii
 O mnogoobrazii ponyatiya "Sever"
Concepts of Culture and Northernness in Norwegian and Russian Academic Traditions (Introductory essay)
 The historiographical perestroika in Russia
 The manifold understandings of northernness
1.Severnie varvari i severnaya tsivilizatsiya (Yurij V.Popkov, Evgenij A.Tyugashev)
2.The North in European Mental Mapping Traditions (Peter Stadius)
 Gog, Magog and the clash of civilisations
 The Montesquieu effect
 The division of the Scandinavian and Russian North
3.Searching for Northernness in Russian History (Jens Petter Nielsen)
 The foundation of St.Petersburg
 Lomonosov and Schoning
 Russia is the winter land
 Northernness as northern development
 Stalinist northernness
 Solzhenitsyn's Northern Utopia
 Russia and the EU's Northern Dimension
4.Istoricheskaya proektsiya severnosti Rossii (Andrej V.Golovnёv)
 Mezhdumor'e
 Poputchik
 Iz varyag v arabi, b'yarmi i greki
 Novgorodskij stil'
5.The North as a Symbol of National Identity in Russian Culture (Otto Boele)
6.A Norwegian National Identity Takes Shape. Northernness and Skiing in Norway in the 18th and 19th Century (Olav Christensen)
 Humanist patriotism
 South and North
 "Love of the Fatherland"
 Topographical exercises
 A learned society for promoting enlightenment
 Norwegian ethno-history
 Norwegian contra the foreign
 A few words about 1814
 Fridtjof Nansen and the spreading of skiing in Norway
7.Vliyanie prirodno-klimaticheskogo faktora na formirovanie sotsial'nikh otnoshenij u naseleniya severno-evropejskikh territorij Rossii (Tat'yana I.Troshina)
8.Borealism and cultural Nationalism in Norwegian and Russiam Study of Northern Folklore (Kari Aga Myklebost)
 The North: Periphery versus relict region
 Nature and culture
 Essentialism and evolutionism
 National culture, minority culture and borealism
 The excluding force of cultural nationalism
9.Dukhovno-intellektual'noe prostranstvo Barentseva Evro-Arkticheskogo regiona: suschnost', faktori formirovaniya (Flёra Kh.Sokolova)
10.Sakral'naya geografiya Severa Rossii (Nikolaj M.Terebikhin)
11.Northern-Russian Regionalism: Historical Experience and Today's Situation. A Reconsideration after 15 years (Vladislav I.Goldin)
12.Borderland Russians, Bordering Norgs (Geir Honneland)
 Russians & Norgs: Exploring stereotypes about western neighbours
 Plastic & soul: the good or the `good' life in the West?
13.Komu na Severe zhit' khorosho? Deti i ikh roditeli iz Rossii, pereekhavshie v Norvegiyu, o zhizni na Severe (Viktoriya V.Tevlina)
14.Povsednevnaya zhizn' severnogo konsul'stva. Dokumenti Gosudarstvennogo Arkhiva Arkhangel'skoj oblasti (GAAO) kak istochnik izucheniya deyatel'nosti konsul'stva Norvegii v Arkhangel'ske (20-e--30-e godi XX v.) (Andrej V.Repnevskij)
Svedeniya ob avtorakh
About the authors
Imennoj ukazatel'
Index

Predislovie

Predstavlyaemaya vashemu vnimaniyu kniga "Net Severa, a est' Severá. O mnogoobrazii ponyatiya "Sever"" – eto rezul'tat raboti uchastnikov provedennoj v aprele 2013 g. v severo-zapadnoj chasti Rossii, v gorode Arkhangel'ske, v Severnom (Arkticheskom) Federal'nom universitete im.M.V.Lomonosova (SAFU) mezhdunarodnoj konferentsii s odnoimennim nazvaniem. Konferentsiya bila organizovana v sotrudnichestve partnerov iz SAFU i Universiteta Tromsñ – Arkticheskogo universiteta Norvegii, kotorie bolee semi let uchastvovali v sovmestnom norvezhsko-rossijskom issledovatel'skom proekte "Asimmetrichnoe sosedstvo: Norvegiya i Rossiya 1814--2014". Dannaya konferentsiya bila priurochena k prazdnovaniyu 20Íti letnej godovschini so vremeni osnovaniya transnatsional'nogo Barentseva Evro-Arkticheskogo regiona (1993--2013).

Proekt "Asimmetrichnoe sosedstvo: Norvegiya i Rossiya1814--2014" bil nachat v 2008 g. po initsiative Instituta istorii i religiovedeniya Universiteta Tromsñ – Arkticheskogo universiteta Norvegii s tsel'yu izucheniya istorii otnoshenij mezhdu dvumya stranami i razvitiya nauchno-obrazovatel'nogo sotrudnichestva mezhdu Rossiej i Norvegiej. Uchastnikami proekta takzhe yavlyalis' Institut vseobschej istorii RAN i Norvezhskij institut oboronnikh issledovanij. Proekt bil zavershen v 2015 g., i ego rezul'tati bili predstavleni v izdannikh knigakh: "Russland kommer naermere: Norge og Russland 1814--1917" (Sblizhenie: Norvegiya i Rossiya 1814--1917) (1 tom) i "Naboer i frykt og forventning: Norge og Russland 1917--2014" (Trevogi i ozhidaniya. Norvegiya i Rossiya 1917--2014) (2 tom). Etot dvukhtomnik opisivaet v khronologii istoriyu norvezhsko-rossijskikh/sovetskikh dvukhstoronnikh otnoshenij v tselom i delaet osobij aktsent na razvitii vzaimootnoshenij mezhdu severnimi regionami dvukh gosudarstv. Takoj aktsent yavlyaetsya vpolne estestvennim, tak kak Rossiya i Norvegiya imeyut obschuyu granitsu na Krajnem Severe, gde za poslednie 200 let kak raz ustanovilis' samie tesnie i stabil'nie vzaimootnosheniya.

V nastoyaschee vremya interes k severnim regionam i Severu v tselom ne tol'ko v Rossii i v Norvegii, no i v drugikh stranakh neuklonno vozrastaet. Sever – eto obschaya tema dlya norvezhtsev i rossiyan ne tol'ko v geograficheskom i mezhgosudarstvennom izmereniyakh, no i v plane poznaniya chelovecheskogo mentaliteta i temperamenta severyan. Dlya Norvegii neosporimo zvuchit zayavlenie o tom, chto Sever sluzhit osnovoj formirovaniya natsional'noj identichnosti bol'shinstva norvezhtsev. I v Rossii etot vopros schitaetsya takzhe prakticheski reshennim, sudya po utverzhdeniyam mnogikh avtorov nashej knigi. Oni pishut ob opredelennikh ideologicheskikh i emotsional'nikh tsennostyakh, svyazannikh s Severom i zalozhennikh v russkom mentalitete, kotorie imeyut svoi korni v dalekom proshlom.

Predstavlyaemaya vashemu vnimaniyu antologiya sostoit iz statej, napisannikh na dvukh yazikakh: russkom i anglijskom. V tekh sluchayakh, kogda stat'ya napisana na russkom yazike, k nej prilagaetsya ee kratkoe soderzhanie na anglijskom yazike, i naoborot.

Ot imeni redaktorov knigi khotim serdechno poblagodarit' vsekh avtorov za ikh vklad v podgotovku dannogo izdaniya. V etu gruppu voshli uchenie iz raznikh severnikh gorodov, takikh kak Arkhangel'sk, Murmansk, Novosibirsk, Kirkenes, Tromsñ, a takzhe Oslo i Moskva. Krome togo, v knigu voshli stat'i ekspertov po Severu iz drugikh stran, takikh kak Niderlandi i Finlyandiya. K sozhaleniyu, v 2014 g., v protsesse podgotovki knigi odin iz avtorov, izvestnij norvezhskij fol'klorist Ulav Kristensen ushel iz zhizni. Mi gluboko sozhaleem o ego prezhdevremennoj konchine. Tem ne menee, Ulav Kristensen uspel podgotovit' stat'yu o Severe i natsional'noj identichnosti norvezhtsev dlya nashej knigi. Ego stat'ya mozhet po pravu schitat'sya odnoj iz samikh uvlekatel'nikh i vazhnikh v dannom izdanii.

Redaktsionnaya kollegiya: Kari Aga Myuklebust, Jens Petter Nil'sen, Viktoriya V.Tevlina, Aleksej A.Komarov

Foreword

The book "Net Severa, a Est' Severá" is the result of a conference by the same name, which was conducted at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University, named after M.V.Lomonosov (NArFU), in Arkhangelsk, Northern Russia on April 8--9 2013. This conference was organized in collaboration with NArFU's Norwegian partner university, The University of Tromso – The Arctic University of Norway, within the framework of the joint Norwegian-Russian history research project "Neighbourly Asymmetry: Norway and Russia 1814--2014". The conference was timed to coincide with the 20$^th$ anniversary of the establishment of the transnational Barents Euro-Arctic Region (1993--2013).

The project "Neighbourly Asymmetry: Norway and Russia 1814--2014" was initiated in 2008 by the Department of History and Religious Studies at The University of Tromso – The Arctic University of Norway, to explore the historical relations between the two countries and strengthen the collaboration between Russia and Norway within the field of history with regard to both research and education. Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences and the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies also participated in the project. The project was finalized in 2014--2015 and resulted in two large volumes; "Getting closer: Norway and Russia 1814--1917" and "Anxieties and Expectations. Norway and Russia 1917--2014". The two-volume work encompasses Norwegian-Russian / Soviet bilateral connections at large, but with a central focus on the northern dimension of these neighbourly relations. Such a focus is all the more natural, since the two countries have their common state border in the High North and, over the last two hundred years, levels of contact between Norway and Russia have been broadest and tightest here. There is currently an increasing interest in the northern regions and northernness in Norway and Russia, as well as in many other countries. North, in Russian Sever, is a theme that unites Norway and Russia, not only when it comes to geography and interstate relations, but also in the human field with regard to mentality and temperament. As for Norway, it is hardly controversial to state that northernness, in a positive sense, is part of the national identity of most Norwegians. In Russia's case, this is not a foregone conclusion. Still, most of the authors in this anthology think that certain ideological and emotional values related to the North are internalized in Russian mentality and that this goes far back in history.

This anthology consists of articles in two different languages, Russian and English. In those cases where the article is written in Russian, there will be a summary or abstract in English – and vice versa. The editors want to thank the team of authors heartily for their contributions. The authors come from northern cities like Arkhangelsk, Murmansk, Novosibirsk, Kirkenes, Tromso and Oslo, but we have also included articles by experts on northernness from third countries, i.e. the Netherlands and Finland. We are sorry to inform you of the death of one of the authors, Olav Christensen, a well-known Norwegian folklorist, who passed away in 2014. He managed to prepare his article on Norwegian northernness and national identity before he was taken ill. Olav Christensen's article is clearly one of the most interesting in the anthology, one which adorns the book. We deeply regret his untimely death.

Editors: Kari Aga Myklebost, Jens Petter Nielsen, Victoria V.Tevlina, Alexey A.Komarov