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Research Spotlight: Russian Revolution

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This event is part of the British Academy's season on Revolutions

New research about the Russian Revolution is constantly changing and informing our understanding of the period, and its impact on the course of world history. Hear former British Academy award holders explore the topic further in this evening of short talks. 

Speakers include:

Dr James Harris Senior Lecturer in Modern European History, University of Leeds
Dr Polly Jones Associate Professor of Russian Literature, University of Oxford  
Dr Katy Turton 
Lecturer in European History, Queen's University Belfast

Chair:
Henrietta Foster Freelance television Producer/Director for the BBC

 

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