Monthly Archives: February 2018

Join Us at the Summer Research Lab!

Amidst all the craziness of this past … forever … I’m pleased to say that the Summer Research Laboratory at Illinois continues strong.  We have a great program this coming summer, and excellent fellowship support available for scholars.  (In addition … Continue reading

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Baptists and repression – one oral history account

In my first blog about the oral history interviews conducted as part of my study of Protestant life in the USSR I wrote about the life of Z. who was born in 1925 on the outskirts of Moscow. She came … Continue reading

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Oral History and the Web – Introducing my project’s site

When teaching Soviet history many of us are keen to give our students access to primary material about the experience of ordinary people in the USSR. For all its epistemological particularities, The Harvard Project has often worked well with my … Continue reading

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