Session VII

FRIDAY (May 3):
3:00 - 5:00 PM
ROOM

CHAIR

Erin Hutchinson

(Harvard U, US)

erinhutchinson@fas.harvard.edu

PAPERS

Jane Kitaevich

(U of Michigan, US)

evgenia@umich.edu

Explaining Divergent Patterns in the Persistence of Socio-Political Attitudes

in the Post-Soviet Space--the Looming Weight of the Past or 

Social Engineering Gone Awry?

 

Berenike Schott

(Columbia U, US)

berenike.schott@columbia.edu

Electoral Support for the Far Right in Germany:

Spatio-Temporal Patterns from Weimar to Today

 

Kyle Marquardt

(U of Gothenburg, Sweden)

kyle.marquardt@gu.se

Language, National Identity and Regime Trajectories:

National and Subnational Evidence from Post-Soviet Cases

 

Matthew Reichert

(Harvard U, US)

mreichert@g.harvard.edu

Who Built Nations in the Soviet Union? T

he Long-Run Consequences of Soviet Identity-Building

in the Post-Revolutionary Period

DISCUSSANT

Zvi Gitelman

(U of Michigan, US)

zvigitel@umich.edu

 

When Does History Matter?

The Legacies of Historical Moments
and Processes in Post-Communist Settings

Friday May 3, 3:00 - 5:00 PM 

Thematic Panel

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