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The Russian Revolution - A Lecture by Eric Lohr

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Humanities Lab - American University

228 Battelle-Tompkins Hall

4400 Massachusetts Ave NW

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Join us for a lecture by Eric Lohr (Department of History, American University) on the 100 years since the Russian Revolution of 1917. How have the meanings of socialism changed over the course of this century? And what can the Bolsheviks teach us about the structure and impact of revolutions?




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Eric Lohr is Chair of the History Department at American University and is widely recognized as one of the leading scholars of Russia’s World War I experience, authoring many articles and document publications on the subject. He previously taught at Harvard as an assistant professor of History (2000-2003). He is the author of Russian Citizenship: From Empire to Soviet Union (Harvard University Press, 2012) and Nationalizing the Russian Empire: The Campaign Against Enemy Aliens during World War I (Harvard University Press, 2003). He is also the co-author of a book with Lafayette College history professor Joshua Sanborn titled Russia’s Great War, 1914-1918, and is the editor of the forthcoming book The Empire and Nationalism at War. He is currently writing Russia’s War, 1914-1918: From Total Mobilization to Total Demobilization.

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