Russian Women’s Writing Workshop: The 1850s in Russia and Evdokiia Rostopchina’s Novels of Opposition

Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia 19 University Place, New York, NY

Please join us on Tuesday, February 5th for “Russian Women's Writing Workshop: The 1850s in Russia and Evdokiia Rostopchina's Novels of Opposition”, a writing workshop with Diana Greene, New York University . This event is part of the Colloquium Series, sponsored by the NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia. This chapter is […]

Tatiana Linkhoeva- Between the Hammer and the Anvil: Buriat-Mongols, the Soviet Union and Imperial Japan

Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia 19 University Place, New York, NY

Please join us on Friday, April 5th for “Between the Hammer and the Anvil: Buriat-Mongols, the Soviet Union and Imperial Japan”, a presentation by Tatiana Linkhoeva, New York University. This event is part of the Colloquium Series, sponsored by the NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia. The Soviet Union and Imperial Japan […]

Betty Banks: Socialist Internationalism between the Soviet Union and Mozambique

Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia 19 University Place, New York, NY

Please join us on Friday, April 12th for, “Socialist Internationalism between the Soviet Union and Mozambique”, a workshop by Betty Banks, New York University. This event is part of the Colloquium Series, sponsored by the NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia. In the second half of the twentieth century, two-thirds of newly […]

Xenia Cherkaev – Gleaning for the Common Good: Personal Property, Mutual Aid and the Fate of the Soviet Experiment

Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia 19 University Place, New York, NY

Please join us on Monday, April 15th for a workshop by Xenia Cherkaev of MIT. This event is part of the Colloquium series and is sponsored by the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia. From Xenia: "Gleaning for the Common Good is a historical ethnography of the idiosyncratic Soviet property regime – of […]

The Congress of Vienna (1814-1815): A History of the Old and the New From a Russian-Greek Perspective

Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia 19 University Place, New York, NY

In conventional narratives, the Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) has been discussed, usually stereo-typically, as no more than a conference that suppressed revolutionary ideas and led to the restoration era. Nevertheless, as some recent studies have shown, preventing revolution was only one side of the story. On the other side, rulers and statesmen agreed that a […]