*For a copy of the pre-circulated papers for upcoming workshops, please email Megan Duncan Smith: duncansmith [at] fas.harvard.edu. For copies of previously presented papers, please contact the authors directly (see below)
November 18, 2014
Erin Hutchinson (History Department, G2): “Soviet Culture and Monuments to the Great Patriotic War in Armenia and Moldova"
Contact: erinhutchinson [at] fas.harvard.edu
December 4, 2014
Rachel Koroloff (Davis Center Fellow): “Via the Volga: Medicinal and Botanical Plant Collection Along Russia's Southern Borders in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century"
Contact: rachelkoroloff [at] gmail.com
January 29, 2015
Kathryn Dooley (History Department, G5): "Manufacturing 'National Forms': Soviet Policy and the Production of Central Asian Goods, 1917-1945"
Contact: dooley [at] fas.harvard.edu
February 12, 2015
February 26, 2015
Greg Afinogenov (History Department, G6): "Publish and Perish: Scholarship and Service at the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission, 1727-1800"
Contact: afinogen [at] fas.harvard.edu
March 12, 2015
Megan Duncan Smith (History Department, G3): "Taming the Rapids: The Cultural, Technological, and Environmental Transformation of the Dnieper River, 1837-1972" (Dissertation Prospectus)
Contact: duncansmith [at] fas.harvard.edu
March 26, 2015
April 9, 2015
Carolin Roeder (History Department, G5): "A Playground for Scientists? Germans, Soviets, and the Exploration of the Pamirs"
Contact: cfroeder [at] fas.harvard.edu
April 23, 2015
May 7, 2015
November 6, 2014
Mihály Kálmán (Jewish Studies, Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, G?): “The Union of Jewish Soldiers: Between Zionism, Internationalism, and Ukrainian Nationalism, 1917-1918”
Contact: mkalman [at] fas.harvard.edu
October 23, 2014
Thomas Hooker (History Department, G6): “How Friendship was Tempered: Friendship, Comradeship, and Collectivism, 1917-1936”
Contact: tshooker [at] fas.harvard.edu
October 9, 2014
Faith Hillis (University of Chicago, Davis Center Senior Fellow): “France, Russia, and the Global Imagination: Fin-de-Siècle Exchanges and the Making of Anti-Liberal Politics”
Contact: hillis [at] uchicago.edu