L’association des historiens à l’Université Paris Sorbonne (Centre Malesherbes)
A l’occasion du centenaire de la révolution russe, les 14es Journées de l’histoire de l’Europe proposent une grande synthèse sur les bouleversements que la Révolution d’octobre a engendrés en Europe et sur ses répercussions politiques, économiques, culturelles et artistiques tout au long du XX e siècle européen.
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International conference organized by the Universities of Basel (Prof. Dr. Frithjof Benjamin Schenk) and Geneva (Prof. Dr. Korine Amacher)
The Russian revolution of 1917, an event that « shook the world » and contributed significantly to the dissolution of the old order in Europe, may be re-examined through individual experiences. In our conference, we will discuss how the revolutionary events of 1917 shaped biographies both in Russia and in Western Europe. We will analyze the impact of individuals on the course of the revolution, in Russia and abroad, study personal experiences of actors, victims and bystanders and explore memories of the revolution in autobiographies and other ego-documents. Last but not least, we will discuss historiographical narratives that either highlighted or downplayed the role of the individual in historical events. Continuer la lecture de Russia 1917 and the Dissolution of the Old Order in Europe. Biographical Itineraries, Individual Experiences, Autobiographical Reflections / Switzerland / 13-15 septembre 2017
L’Association Française des Russisants et l’Université Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (UMR S-IRICE, CRHS et Département des langues)
L’événement se déroulera samedi 25 mars de 8h30 à 18h00 à la Sorbonne, Amphithéâtre Richelieu, 47, rue des Écoles – 75005 Paris.
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Le 16 mai 2017, dans le cadre du séminaire doctoral « Regards croisés sur les avant-gardes artistiques soviétiques et contemporaines » aura lieu une conférence de Valérie Pozner (Directrice de Recherches, CNRS, Arias THALIM) sur le thème Revoir 1917 : le cinéma d’avant-garde soviétique, et diffusion du film présenté.
Le séminaire s’inscrit dans le cadre d’un projet de recherche-création biennal soutenu par le Labex H2H.
Il se tiendra les Mardi à partir du janvier 2017, de 16h à 18h, dans la salle du CREE (2 rue de Lille) à Paris.
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Journée d’études qui présentera les « Miroirs philosophiques de la Révolution russe – 1917 » à l’espace Niemeyer, 2 place du colonel Fabien 75019 Paris. Elle sera suivie d’un dossier dans le numéro de La Pensée qui paraitra en juin 2017.
Le dossier et la journée d’études sur les « Miroirs philosophiques de la Révolution russe – 1917 » sont organisés par la Fondation Gabriel Péri, La Pensée et le Groupe d’étude du matérialisme rationnel (GEMR).
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
Building upon the increasing successes of past BASEES conferences the BASEES Annual Conference continues to attract scholars of Slavonic and East European Studies from a wide range of disciplines from across the world.
The 2017 conference has attracted over 130 panels with papers in Politics; History; Sociology and Geography; Film and Media, Languages and Linguistics; Literatures and Cultures; Economics.
To mark the 1917 centenary, two keynote roundtables will focus on the Russian Revolution.
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The aim is to pay special attention to South shore of the Mediterranean Basin, although global and transnational analyses are also welcome. A special interest at the plenary sessions will be given to the consequences of 1917 at the Mediterranean, with participation of experts from Morocco, the Turkey and Egypt. We explicitly encourage scholars from North African countries and Middle East countries to participate.
We want to examine these developments within the perspective of other processes of independences like those after the Second World War as well as in relation to the consolidation of the post-colonial states (for example Morocco and Egypt). We are also interested in the exact inverse process: the independence and the recovery of full sovereignty after the collapsed of the Soviet Union 1989-1991.
The Mining Institute, Newcastle, United Kingdom
This public session, hosted by Newcastle’s Mining Institute, is part of the 2017 conference of the Study Group on the Russian Revolution. Speakers will explore the global impact and global responses to the Russian Revolutions of 1917, as well as the impact on early Soviet society of the idea of world revolution.
Conférence organisée par l’association Connaissance de l’art contemporain.
Lieu et horaires à préciser.
The Study Group aims to promote new approaches to the Russian Revolution, focusing on the period between the 1880s and 1932. This year’s conference programme will include panels on politics and society in late imperial Russia; new perspectives on 1917, the civil war, early Soviet society, and an evening lecture on connections between Russia and the North East of England in the revolutionary period.
Vancouver, British Columbia, May 26 – 28, 2017
The Russian Revolution was one of the most significant events of its decade. As described in Oregonian John Reed’s book, there were events leading to and flowing from those “Ten Days That Shook the World” in October 1917.
In Canada and the US, manyworkers saw an opportunity for class war, believing that socialism could overcome capitalism as the dominant political reality. In the Pacific Northwest, new forms of industrial organizing were bolstered by aspirations of a new world order, and the labour movement briefly swelled with enthusiastic members who were eager to be part of the change.
Communists and socialists developed as key leaders in the labour movement, and in organizing the unemployed and disenfranchised. General strikes in Vancouver, Seattle,and Winnipeg, the OBU, On-to-Ottawa Trek, and jobless sit-down strikes, and new unions of woodworkers, miners, shipyard workers, and fishers were all communist and socialist-led. Continuer la lecture de 2017 PNLHA Conference: Echoes of the 1917 Russian Revolution; Decades of Radicalism and Red Scares in the Labour Movements of the Pacific Northwest / Vancouver /May 26 – 28, 2017
London School of Economics and Political Science,
Transnational interchanges between Western Europe and Russia surrounded the October Revolution of 1917. These exchanges of ideologies and emigres led to mutual constructions of doctrines, politicised collectives, and eventually, a new experimental State. During and post the establishment of the USSR, new cross-cultural knowledge, pro-Soviet communities and indoctrination techniques evolved. This conference will seek to explore the transnational flows that impacted the revolution and those that were brought into being by virtue of its occurrence.
III International Congress Karl Marx “On the centenary of the October Revolution of 1917”
The October Revolution of 1917 was one of the most significant events of the modern era. Its historical meaning can be understood, on the one hand, within the narrative of previous revolutions –starting with the 1789 French Revolution –and of the rise of the labour movement in the nineteenth century. On the other hand, 1917 also paved the way to several other twentieth century events and phenomena, such as the Chinese Revolution or the post-colonial turn. On its hundredth anniversary, the Institute for Contemporary History organizes an international conference dedicated to the study and discussion of the October Revolution and its consequences
Centre for Russian Studies at the Eötvös Loránd University
In May 2017 the Centre for Russian Studies in Budapest is announcing its 11th biennale international academic conference. The aim of the conference is to provide an opportunity for a dialogue between senior and young researchers from different countries and cultures to discuss newly emerging academic questions of and approaches to the 1917 Russian Revolution(s).
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