Study Group on the Russian Revolution
XXXII ANNUAL CONFERENCE
University of Nottingham, 3-5 January 2006
The XXXII conference of the Study group will be held between 3 and 5 Jaunary 2006 at the University of Nottingham. Accommodation will be provided in Ancaster Hall, and the sessions will take place in the School of History.
Tuesday 3 January
Registration from 1600. Tea, coffee and biscuits served.
1915-2100 PANEL ONE:
Zinaida Gafurova (Moscow Technological University), â€˜The State Collection of Unique Musical instruments and the October Revolutionâ€™.
Anthony Kroner (Amsterdam) â€˜Denikin and Wrangelâ€™.
Gayle Lonergan (Wolfson College, University of Oxford) 'Paper Communists : The Communist Party and the Peasantry in the Russian Civil War'.
Wednesday 4 January
0915-1100 Panel TWO: Science, State and Society in Russia
David Moon (University of Durham) â€˜Plans to transform the steppes: Dokuchaev vs Stalin'
Jonathan Oldfield (Birmingham university) â€˜The development of Russian biospheric thought during the late Tsarist and early Soviet periodsâ€™
Julie Mannherz (Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen) â€˜Faith healing, malevolent suggestion or superman's mastery: Hypnosis in Russian popular culture, 1880-1925.â€™
1130-1300 PANEL THREE
Mikhail Lukyanov (Perm State University) â€˜The political behaviour of the Russian right as a specific factor of the political destabilisation in Russiaâ€™
O Andriewsky (Trent University, Ontario, Canada) â€˜Dangerous Illusions and Fatal Subversions: Rus' Irredenta and the Russian Nationalist Project on the Eve of the First World War.â€™
1400-1545 PANEL FOUR:
James D White (University of Glasgow) â€˜Nikolai Sieber (Ziber): the first Russian Marxist'.
John Gonzalez (University of Wollongong, Australia) â€˜Historian and revolutionary: N.A. Rozhkovâ€™
Bob Henderson (QMUL) â€˜Vladimir Burtsev and the Russian revolutionary emigration, 1891-1905â€™
1545-1615 Tea and Biscuits.
1930-2100 Panel FIVE Russiaâ€™s revolution in the media
Chris Read, Round table organiser
Paul Dukes, Chair.
Jerome Teelucksingh (University of the West Indies) â€˜From James Bond to Russia with love: The Impact of the Russian Revolution on the Caribbean in the 20th centuryâ€™
Mike Haynes (University of Wolverhampton) Title TBC
Thursday 5 January
0930-1115 Panel SIX Revolution in dark corners
Alice Pate, â€˜Grigorii Uratadze and the Georgian Mensheviksâ€™
Michael Hickey, â€˜Jewish Youth and the PSR in Smolensk Province, 1901-14â€™
Sally Boniece, â€˜SR â€œSocialist Collectivesâ€ in the Nerchinsk Penal Complex, 1906-17.â€™
1145-1315 Panel SEVEN
Matthias Neumann (UEA), â€˜Evolution and the development of the Komsomol, 1917-1932.â€™
Charlotte Alston (IHR, London) â€˜The work of the Russian Liberation Committee in London 1919-1922'.
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Please direct all enquiries to the conference organiser, Dr. Sarah Badcock.
Dr Sarah Badcock,
Department of History,
University of Nottingham,