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Maria Silina is an art historian currently working as a research scientist at the Research Institute for Theory and History of Visual Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts in Moscow. She is particularly interested in Soviet art and urban space, as well as the issues of public memory of the Soviet Union. She has written for a number of academic and popular journals.
Russian Life:Jan/Feb 2015 It seems the more removed in time the USSR becomes, the more nostalgia grows for its symbols and traditions. Increasingly, these elements are worming their way back into Russian life. If they ever left.
Author: Maria Silina Translator:Maria Antonova
Russian Life:May/June 2014 An iconic radio tower in Moscow is in
threat of being razed, despite what activists,
international experts, or the law has to say
about it. Author: Maria Silina Translator:Eugenia Sokolskaya