The Introduction uses Vladimir Tatlin's Monument to the Third International (aka Tatlin's Tower) to rethink both ethnicity and the avant-garde. To assist with this effort, I also provide overviews of Russian modernism's long-standing interest in non-Western cultures, Claude McKay and Walter Benjamin's unexpected impressions of Moscow, and Nikolai Marr's dream of a restored, socialist Tower of Babel.
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