The Empirical Imperative: How to Know after Stalin

Type: 
Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies Research Group
Audience: 
Open to the Public
Building: 
Nador u. 15
Room: 
104
Friday, March 9, 2018 - 2:00pm
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Date: 
Friday, March 9, 2018 - 2:00pm

The Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies research group (Soviet Kitchen) and the CEU History Department cordially invite you to a research workshop

“The Empirical Imperative: How to Know after Stalin”

presented by

Anatoly Pinsky, European University at Saint Petersburg

Friday, March 9, 2pm

Nador 15, room 104

Prof. Pinsky will workshop a chapter from his book manuscript, Soviet Individuality: A Study of Self and Form, which is concerned with notions of the individual and literary form in Soviet history. Please RSVP to sovstudies@ceu.edu to receive an advanced copy of the text.

Anatoly Pinsky is assistant professor of Soviet and contemporary Russian history at the European University at Saint Petersburg. He is the author of articles and essays that have appeared in Slavic ReviewRussian Review, and Kritika. He is also the editor of Posle Stalina: pozdnesovetskaia sub"ektivnost' [After Stalin: Subjectivity in the Late Soviet Union] (1953-1985) (St. Petersburg: Izdatel'stvo Evropeiskogo universiteta v Sankt-Peterburge, 2018), several articles of which will be published in English translation in a special issue of Russian Studies in History.

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