CREES Noon Lecture. Writing about Young Stalin for 30 Years: Why Bother?
Ronald Grigor Suny is the William H. Sewell, Jr. Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Michigan and emeritus professor of political science and history at the University of Chicago. He was the first holder of the Alex Manoogian Chair in Modern Armenian History at the University of Michigan, where he founded and directed the Armenian Studies Program. He is author of The Baku Commune: Class and Nationality in the Russian Revolution; The Making of the Georgian Nation; Looking Toward Ararat: Armenia in Modern History; The Revenge of the Past: Nationalism, Revolution, and the Collapse of the Soviet Union; The Soviet Experiment; "They Can Live in the Desert But Nowhere Else": A History of the Armenian Genocide; Red Flag Unfurled: History, Historians, and the Russian Revolution. With Valerie Kivelson, Suny is co-author of Russia’s Empires, Stalin: Passage to Revolution, and Red Flag Wounded: Stalinism and the Fate of the Soviet Experiment. He is currently working on a book on the recent upsurge of exclusivist nationalisms and authoritarian populisms: Forging the Nation: The Making and Faking of Nationalisms.
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|Event Type:||Lecture / Discussion|
|Tags:||European, History, International, Politics, Russia, Soviet Union|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, International Institute, Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia, Department of History|
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