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  • ANN: New Lecture Series: ‘Social Histories of the Russian Revolution’

    ANN: New Lecture Series:
    ‘Social Histories of the Russian Revolution’
    Birkbeck, University of London
    October 2016 - November 2017

    For further information, please visit: https://socialhistories1917.wordpress.com/

    Full Programme
    2016
    Oct 27 – Steve Smith (University of Oxford): The Social History of the Russian Revolution and Civil War, 1917-1921
    Nov 24 – Brendan McGeever (Birkbeck, University of London): Antisemitism and Revolutionary Politics in the Russian Revolution, 1917-1919
    Dec 15 – Andy Willimott (Reading University): Living the Revolution: Urban Communes in 1920s Russia and the Invention of a Socialist Lifestyle

    2017
    Jan 26 – Sarah Badcock (Nottingham University): The 1917 Revolutions at Local Level
    Feb 23 – Katy Turton (Queens University, Belfast): Women in Revolt: the Female Experience of the 1917 Revolutions
    March 16 – George Gilbert (Southampton University): The Radical Right and the Russian Revolution
    March 30 –Dimitri Tolkatsch (University of Freiburg, Germany): The Ukrainian Peasant Insurgency in the Revolutionary Period
    April 27 – Chris Read (Warwick University): The Social History of the Revolutionary Period
    May 25 – Barbara Allen (La Salle University, USA): Alexander Shlyapnikov and the Russian Metalworkers in 1917
    June 29 – Don Filtzer (University of East London): The Working Class and the First Five-year Plan, 1928-32
    Sep 28 – Wendy Goldman (Carnegie Mellon University, USA): Taking Power: Remaking the Family, Levelling Wages, Planning the Economy
    Oct 12 – Lara Cook (University of York): Local Soviets in 1917-18 and their Relations with the Central Executive Committee
    Oct 26 – 1917 A Century On: A Debate (Speakers TBC, including Simon Pirani (author of The Russian Revolution in Retreat 1920-1924)
    Nov 23 – Gleb Albert (University of Zurich): Early Soviet Society and World Revolution, 1917-27

    All are welcome.