Limonov and the National Bolsheviks

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Guest:

Fabrizio Fenghi is an assistant professor of Slavic studies at Brown University specializing in contemporary Russian culture and politics, with a specific focus on the relationship between art and literature and the shaping of post-Soviet public culture. His first book is It Will Be Fun and Terrifying: Nationalism and Protest in Post-Soviet Russia published by University of Wisconsin Press.

Music:

Egyptian Lover, “Egypt, Egypt,” On the Nile, 1984.