Events



Russian History and Culture Workshop

Julia Leikin (Assistant Professor, Higher School of Economics and Kluge Fellow at the Library of Congress)
Russia’s Mediterranean Moment, 1770-1829


Annenberg Seminar in History (Hybrid)

Elizabeth Frierson, University of Cincinnati
‘Masculinity Redefinition among Pharmacists as “Men of Science” in Eurasia, Europe, and East Asia’


History Speaking

Kathy Peiss, Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of American History
Pleasure and Danger: The Life of a Feminist Paradigm


Russian History and Culture Workshop

Artemy Kalinovsky (Professor, Dept. of History and Dept. of Political Science, Temple University)
Exceptions to Socialism: Gender, Ethnicity, and the Soviet Central Asian Entrepreneur


Annenberg Seminar in History (Hybrid)

Gideon Cohn-Postar – US House Committee on Oversight and Reform
‘Economic Coercion in Rhetoric and Reality During the 1896 Presidential Election’


History Speaking

Benjamin Nathans, Alan Charles Kors Endowed Term Associate Professor of History
Cold War or Cold Peace? Russia, America, & the New World Disorder


Annenberg Seminar in History (Hybrid)

Kathleen Belew, University of Chicago
‘Home, at the End of the World’


History Speaking

Mia Bay, Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Chair in American History
1619 and 1776: The American Revolution in Black and White


Russian History and Culture Workshop

Brian Kim (Assistant Professor, REES, UPenn
Fashioning the Foreign: Language, Value, and Identity in Imperial Russia


Russian History and Culture Workshop

Kristen Ghodsee (REES, UPenn), Mitchell Orenstein (REES, UPenn)
Presentation on their book Taking Stock of Shock: Social Consequences of the 1989 Revolutions