Historian Petr Mazaev will look into various approaches to the study of the revolutionary movement of 1917 and reveal the real causes of it.
The 1917 Revolution is one of the most significant world events of the 20th century. They analyze it, they talk about it. However, why do other countries treat it just like a subject for studying and part of the history of one of the most conservative countries in Europe at the beginning of the last century, while for us it is yet another occasion for debate and disunity?
How to use different scientific approaches to look at the events of those years from a different angle? How do modern anthropologists, political scientists, sociologists, economists, and military historians explain this powerful revolutionary explosion?
About the speaker:
, historian, anthropologist, teacher, founder and curator of the Cultural Projects Laboratory
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