Revolutionary Longings: The Russian Revolution and the World, 1917-1929 // Day 4
Commencing on the 100th anniversary of the inception of Russia’s “February Revolution,” this conference will set the February and October revolutions of 1917 in the larger context of their global reverberations. Presentations and discussions will focus on the early Soviet experience, revolutionary insurgencies elsewhere in the world (and the reactions they encountered), and the historical impact of that period’s visions of a socialist future.
Saturday, March 11 (1014 Tisch Hall)
9:30 AM-12:00 PM: Graduate Student Debrief Session
This event is presented by the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies with additional support from: Afroamerican and African Studies; American Culture; American Studies Program; Art History; Asian Languages and Cultures; Center for European Studies; Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Center for Middle East and North African Studies; Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies; Center for South Asian Studies; College of Literature, Science, and the Arts; Comparative Literature; Germanic Languages and Literatures; Copernicus Program in Polish Studies; History; International Institute; Institute for Research on Women and Gender; Institute for the Humanities; Joseph A. Labadie Collection; Lieberthal and Rogel Center for Chinese Studies; Office of Research; Rackham Graduate School; Romance Languages and Literatures; Screen Arts and Cultures; Slavic Languages and Literatures; Women's Studies.