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2017 Executive Director's Report

ASEEES Executive Director Lynda Park summarizes the successful year ASEEES had in 2017. ASEEES continued to expand programs, grants and online platforms in addition to ending the year with a well-attended annual convention in Chicago.

Betraying the Revolutions?

Anna Grzymala-Busse, professor at Stanford University, compares the 1917 and 1989 Russian Revolutions and the aftermath of both in last year's Annual ASEEES Convention Presidential Address.

Revolution Every Day

Two new exhibitions mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution: Revolution Every Day and Red Press: Radical Print Culture from Saint Petersburg to Chicago

A Journey of a Thousand Years

The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews presents a Poland about which little is known and much is misunderstood

The Russian Revolution Behind Bars

A discussion as to how students within prison react to being taught about the Russian Revolution

Article Written: 1917 to 2017

Kristen Romberg writes about how we view the Russian Revolution in our current political predicament

Events at the Art Institute during the ASEEES 2017 Convention

The Art Institute of Chicago opens the largest exhibition of early Soviet art for the last 25 years in the US

Will Global Populism Continue to Erode Democracies?

Joshua Tucker interviews Anna Grzymała-Busse, about her guest-edited special issue of Slavic Review on "Global Populisms,”

Immigrant Stories, An Initiative

The authors felt that they might work to gather some immigrant stories in order to honor the immigrant experience, particularly at a time, when travel bans and ICE raids have made being an immigrant more difficult than it has been in a long time.

Portable Practices of Critical Social Inquiry

Refelections on the roundtable "Portable Practices of Critical Social Inquiry: Taking East Central Europe Global” from last years annual conference. 

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