Michael Brinley in discussion with Alexander Collin about his recent JHI article.
By guest contributor Dr. Dina Gusejnova This is the third and final installment of “The state, and revolution,” following the introduction and “Part I: The Revolution Reshuffled.” The new age needed only the hide of the revolution—and this was being… Continue Reading →
by guest contributor Agnieszka Smelkowska At first, Russian TV surprises and disappoints with its conventional appearance. A mixture of entertainment and news competes for viewers’ attention, logos flash across the screen, and pundits shuffle their notes, ready to pounce on any… Continue Reading →
by guest contributor Audrey Borowski The imperial red hits you as soon as you enter the Royal Academy’s latest exhibition, “Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932,” which sets out to explore the frenzy that gripped the Russian artistic scene between 1917 and… Continue Reading →
by guest contributor Jamie Phillips At a meeting of the Society of Psychoneurologists-Materialists in Moscow in 1930, the Chairman of the Society, Aron Zalkind, appraised the current the state of their field in the Soviet Union, and spoke in particular… Continue Reading →