University of London – please check publicity for each event for exact room.
Last Thursday of the month (usually), 6.30 pm
For more information on the talks, and the speakers, click the links.
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 – Gleb Albert (University of Zurich): Early Soviet Society and World Revolution, 1917-27
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 Steve Smith (University of Oxford) and Simon Pirani (author of The Russian Revolution in Retreat 1920-1924)
Nov 30 – Wendy Goldman (Carnegie Mellon University, USA): The Family, Free Love, and the Russian Revolution
Jan 26 – Sarah Badcock (Nottingham University): Kaleidoscopes of revolution: Russia’s 1917 revolutions in regional perspective.
Feb 23 – Katy Turton (Queens University, Belfast): Women in Revolt: the Female Experience of the 1917 Revolutions. At: Room LG04, 26 Bedford Way, University College London (UCL), London WC1H 0AP.
March 16 – George Gilbert (Southampton University): The Radical Right and the Russian Revolution.