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There are 10 item(s) tagged with the keyword "censorship".

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1. Vladimir Pozner: Soviet Soldier-Journalist

Vladimir Pozner Jr., Russian-American journalist and television host, describes his path to disillusionment.

Tags: propaganda, censorship, vladimir pozner, ussr, soviet journalism, soviet media, soviet union
2. The Soviet Creative

In the Soviet period, artists were treated with esteem and lived comfortably, but their privileged position also required sacrifice.

Tags: samizdat, socialist realism, artwork, art, literature, censorship, soviet era, soviet union, creative, artist
3. Drama at Vedomosti

The Russian newspaper has seen changes in its editorial process that have some people worried.

Tags: censorship, vedomosti, publishing
4. The Case Against Foreign Lit

300 years of book burnings, banishments, and censorship in Russian books.

Tags: censorship, translation
5. Can't Get No...

Who, what, where, and why: the kerfuffle over a few aviation cadets and their posting of a slightly racy video online. And how average Russians rose to defend them.

Tags: internet, censorship
6. Death of Cinema?

This is the first time that Russia's Culture Ministry has censored a film by cancelling its license to be shown in theaters. Satire takes a hit.

Tags: romanovs, film, censorship
7. Note Book

All the news that is fit to print, including notes on art, the environment, clocks and monuments.

Tags: neizvestny, hermitage, censorship
8. Superputin, Sly Wolves, & Censorship Stalkers

An art exhibit proves once and for all that Putin is a superhero. Plus, World Cup counterfeits, how Russian media monitoring works, and a leopard cub.

Tags: animals, censorship, world cup, art, putin
By Alice E.M. Underwood
9. New Culture Wars?

Early morning police raids and the conundrum that Kirill Serebrennikov and his Gogol Theater are facing.

Tags: censorship, theater, art
10. More Dangerous Than Gunpowder

Under Stalin, a poem could mean life or death. For many poets, it was a one-way ticket to the Gulag. Today, poems can be a means to face cultural memories of arrests in the night, forced labor, and the silence demanded of people fearing those fates. 

Tags: poetry, gulag, prison, memory, history, literature, Akhmatova, Ozerov, Samoilov, censorship
By Alice E.M. Underwood

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