Table of contents for Everyday life in early Soviet Russia : taking the Revolution inside / edited by Christina Kiaer and Eric Naiman.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction	Christina Kiaer and Eric Naiman
1. The Two Faces of Anastasia: Narratives and Counter-Narratives of Identity in Stalinist Everyday Life	Sheila Fitzpatrick
2. Visual Pleasure in Stalinist Cinema: Ivan Pyr'ev's The Party Card	Lilya Kaganovsky
3. Terror of Intimacy: Family Politics in the 1930s Soviet Union	Cynthia Hooper
4. Fear on Stage: Afinogenov, Stanislavsky, and the Making of Stalinist Theater	Boris Wolfson
5. "NEP Without Nepmen!" Soviet Advertising and the Transition to Socialism	Randi Cox
6. Panic, Potency, and the Crisis of Nervousness in the 1920s	Frances L. Bernstein
7. Delivered from Capitalism: Nostalgia, Alienation, and the Future of Reproduction in Tret'iakov's I Want a Child!	Christina Kiaer
8. "The Withering of Private Life": Walter Benjamin in Moscow	Evgenii Bershtein
9. When Private Home Meets Public Workplace: Service, Space, and the Urban Domestic in 1920s Russia	Rebecca Spagnolo
10. Shaping the "Future Race": Regulating the Daily Life of Children in Early Soviet Russia	Catriona Kelly
11. The Diary as Initiation and Rebirth: Reading Everyday Documents of the Early Soviet Era	Natalia Kozlova
Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Soviet Union -- Social life and customs -- 1917-1970.
Soviet Union -- Social conditions -- 1917-1945.
Quality of life -- Soviet Union.