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In the Spring Dr. Steinberg will be teaching History 560 (Problems in Russian History): Politics, Society, and Culture in Modern Russia, 1801-1917. Major themes in the history and historiography of Russia from the early nineteenth century through the revolution of 1917. The course focuses on the exercise and justifications of authority, intellectual and cultural trends, and social life. Central to the course are questions of historical methodology and theory as well as of the interpretation of the Russian past. The emphasis is on examining new work and new approaches. Topics to be explored include practices and representations of power, the intelligentsia, the province, peasants, urban civil society, cultural trends, cities, sex, religion, empire, space, emotions, visualities.
Published Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2014
Prof. Francis Boyle will teach a course on International Human Rights Law (LAW 657) for the spring 2015 semester. It will be open to graduate students affiliated with REEEC. The course studies established and developing legal rules and procedures governing the protection of international human rights, including Marxist and Third World, as well as Western, conceptions of those rights. 4 graduate hours. 3 professional hours.
Published Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2014
Strange World of Ritual Murder: Culture, Politics, and Belief in Eastern Europe and Beyond
October 13-14, 2014
Alice Campbell Alumni Center
Organized by The Program in Jewish Culture and Society, University of Illinois
For more information and the full conference program, please see here.
Published Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2014
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